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Study in China: Scholarship Opportunities, Credit-Bearing Programs, and Quality Improvement

Thursday, June 2
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Room: CCC, 404

China will attract 500,000 international students by 2020, becoming the top Asian destination for overseas students. The growth of foreign students urges improvement in terms of student recruitment, faculty quality, curriculum design, student management, and more. Related issues and experiences will be discussed and shared in this session. This session is presented by the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE).

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Shen Xuesong

Deputy Secretary General
China Education Association for International Exchange
Beijing

Ms. Shen Xuesong got her Bachelor’s Degree of Arts and Master’s Degree of Education from Beijing Normal University (China), and Master’s Degree of Public Administration from Ball State University (USA).

Ms. Shen joined China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE) in 1996. She worked as Program Officer of International Liaison Department, Senior Officer of Academic and Information Exchange Department and Deputy Director of International Cooperation Department till 2006. From 2006 to 2012, Ms. Shen worked for UNESCO first as Liaison Officer and Education Officer in UNESCO New York Liaison Office and then as Education Program Specialist in Education Sector, UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. She was appointed Director of Executive Office after she returned to CEAIE in 2012, and also Director of Project Development and Marketing Department one year later.

Ms. Shen was appointed Deputy Secretary-General of CEAIE in October 2014. She supervises International Cooperation Department, Secretariat of China Annual Conference for International Education, R&D and Marketing Department.

Jianping Chen


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