INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN CHINESE UNIVERSITIES: A RESEARCH ON PREFERENCES, SUPPOSITION, AND EXPLOIT BY REGION OF ORIGIN

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MST FATEMA AKTER
Md. OBAYDUL HOQUE
MUHAMMAD KAMRUZZAMAN
ABDUR RAKIB NAYEEM
Md. MIRAJUR RAHMAN SHAOAN

Abstract

This investigation inspects the decisions, desires, and encounters of worldwide understudies in China, expecting to comprehend developing converse understudy streams and the function of political, monetary and social elements in global understudy portability. Information were drawn from study reactions by 1674 worldwide understudies from Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin and North America learning at eight Chinese colleges. Researcher analyzed understudies' decisions, desires, and encounters in the political, monetary, and social settings across locales, instead of zeroing in solely on total numbers and individual encounters. The examination on the provincial contrasts fills in as a reason for inside and out future exploration with blended strategies. After collecting the data through the questionnaire from the students in various countries and part in the world, data has been assessed models utilizing ANOVA for every one of the composite and individual factors so as to report the distinctions by district of starting point, with post hoc t-tests assessed to acquire the critics level of each pair for each factor. Discoveries recommend noteworthy contrasts among understudies' decisions, encounters, and desires by their district of inception. In a more extensive setting, this exploration tends to the significant part of agricultural nations as senders as well as beneficiaries of worldwide understudies, and shows ways that political, monetary and social structures impact global understudies' decisions, encounters and desires. This examination on worldwide instruction in China adds to the investigation of regionalization and internationalization of advanced education.

Keywords:
Student mobility, student choice, student expectation, student experience.

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AKTER, M. F., HOQUE, M. O., KAMRUZZAMAN, M., NAYEEM, A. R., & SHAOAN, M. M. R. (2020). INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN CHINESE UNIVERSITIES: A RESEARCH ON PREFERENCES, SUPPOSITION, AND EXPLOIT BY REGION OF ORIGIN. Asian Journal of Advances in Research, 5(4), 15-30. Retrieved from https://mbimph.com/index.php/AJOAIR/article/view/1725
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