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Title: 台灣與中國出國留學比較
The comparison of studying abroad between Taiwan and China
Authors: 羅芳倩
Contributors: 黃仁德
Hwang, Jen-Te
羅芳倩
Keywords: 台灣出國留學
中國出國留學
台灣與中國留學生出國比較
studying abroad
the comparison of studying abroad
Date: 2009
Issue Date: 2011-09-29 18:56:59 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This paper sets out from Taiwan and China’s overseas students’ numbers, countries and majors, and is aimed at the return situation and the contribution of overseas return students for further study and comparison. The research is of the opinion that because the rise of China and the reformed opening-up, the Chinese Government even places more importance on studying abroad students. Similarly, those students are even more patriotic feeling and sense of missions for their motherland. So they hope in the future they are able to return home after graduation to contribute what they had studied. Because of this, the China studying abroad students and overseas return students are increasing every year.
In recent years, because Taiwan Institutes for enrollments have a substantial increase; thus, the number of Taiwan studying abroad students is far less than the number of China studying abroad students. Taking the international advanced technology, culture and management knowledge and experience back to their countries is the largest contribution to the study of education. Therefore, in the face of Taiwan students to choose to stay at home study, in fact, it will have a negative impact on Taiwan’s international competitiveness in the future. The research shows that if the number of Taiwanese studying abroad remains in the doldrums, then, the cultivation of international talents of Taiwan might occurred the fault.
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Description: 碩士
國立政治大學
亞太研究英語碩士學位學程(IMAS)
96925022
98
Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0096925022
Data Type: thesis
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