Balance of Power: The Governance Structure of International Branch Campus in China
Overseas branch campus is an important component of the internationalization of higher education. This research studies three branch campuses in China—NYU-Shanghai, Duke Kunshan and Wenzhou-Kean University, analyzing their senior leaderships and the power of the home university and the local partners. Though this research is still in process, it would certainly contribute to our understanding of the internationalization of higher education in China and help institutions to choose appropriate strategies.
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