Promoting the Development of Chinese Higher Education Service Exportation Vigorously by Fully Exerting the Comparative Advantages
QU Heng-chang (Center for Comparative Education, Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100875,China)
The General Agreement on Trades in Service ranged higher education into service trade unassailably. The education for students abroad is categorized into “Mode 2" of the education service trade which is also called “Overseas Consumption". However, while China attached great importance to education import (Chinese students studying abroad), it paid little attention to education export (students abroad studying in China). From the new perspectives of educational economy, this article analyzed the status quo and factors that affected the development of Chinese higher education export by utilizing the core theory of international trade—the theory of comparative advantages and national competing advantages. The article also explored the policy for developing the education for students abroad and promoting the export of higher education.
【CateGory Index】： G649.2