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WHY TO CHINA FOR EDUCATION

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WHY ?

World Class Educations in English Medium;

All Universities are approved and monitored by China Central Government’s Ministry of Education;

Highest number of scholarships offered every year than any other country of the world;

Affordable Tuition Fees, which is very close to private university of our country;

More than half a million international students are enrolled every year;

Similar to our cultural heritage and respect of multi-cultural communities;

Very near to our Country;

Best environment for education and living facilities at the selected University Campuses;

Available scholarships for the talents.

In 2006, China embarked upon an ambitious 15-year plan1 to raise R&D expenditure to 2.5% of GDP, identifying energy, water resources, and environmental protection as research priorities. As part of this plan, investment in human resources is emphasized. China has become a higher education powerhouse, turning out more Ph.D. graduates than the UK annually since 2002 and closing on the US (see Figure 1). Perhaps a more immediate indicator of the scientific might of China is the size of the Chinese R&D workforce, which by 2007 already stood at 1.2 million people, exceeding that of the entire EU-27 grouping and poised to overtake the US (see Figure 2). In the absence of more recent figures, China may well already have surpassed the US in both of these key input metrics, but especially in number of researchers.


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Figure 1: China has become a higher education powerhouse, turning out more Ph.D. graduates than the UK annually since 2002 and closing on the US.


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Figure 2: Perhaps a more immediate indicator of the scientific might of China is the size of the Chinese R&D workforce, which by 2007 already stood at 1.2 million people, exceeding that of the entire EU-27 grouping and poised to overtake the US.

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Figure 3 – Share of global articles per country or country group in the period 1996-2016 (actual 1996-2009, projected 2010-2016). Data from Scopus.
Figure 4 – Number of PhD graduates per country or country group in the period 2000-2006. Data from Appendix table 2-40 of Science and Engineering Indicators 2010 (National Science Foundation).
Figure 5 – Number of researchers per country or country group in the period 1995-2007. Data from Figure 3-48 of Science and Engineering Indicators 2010 (National Science Foundation).
Energy World NO. 1 Electricity Installed Gross Capacity Up to September, 2015, 6MW above generators installed gross capacity is 1385 million KW.
World No. 1 Power Electric Energy Production The annual electric energy production outcome of 2016 in China is 614.25 billion KW. Non-hydrocarbon energy power generating rate increased greatly. Hydropower, wind power and solar power installed gross capacity are all NO. 1 in the world.
Engineering China and United States pacing each other for supercomputing supremacy. Both nations now claim 171 systems apiece in the latest rankings, accounting for two-thirds of the list. However, China has maintained its dominance at the top of the list with the same number 1 and 2 systems: Sunway TaihuLight, at 93 petaflops, and Tianhe-2, at 34 petaflops.
87 out of 100 highest bridges in the world are located in China and constructed by Chinese companies. 8 out of 10 highest bridges in the world are located in China and constructed by Chinese companies.
Medical: In 2012 China’s total spending on research and development was one trillion yuan ($164 billion), just under 2% of its gross domestic product. The same year, the U.S. spent $447 billion, or 2.8% of its GDP. But as China’s economy continues to grow rapidly, so does its R&D spending — and it’s projected to overtake that of the United States by 2022.
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