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This edited quantity presents a framework for knowing educational public solid and provides case reports and views as extensive examples of the ways that schools and universities have interaction with the group to provide social advantages. concentrating on the Asia Pacific area, the authors speak about examples of engagement that produce attention, partnerships, and providers which are commonly on hand to the general public and increase the growth of society. The authors argue that, not like somebody measure, those are public merits that are supposed to be concentrated upon and featured extra without problems in order that the breadth of collage merits emerge as higher understood.

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University-Community Engagement in the Asia Pacific: Public Benefits Beyond Individual Degrees

This edited quantity presents a framework for figuring out educational public stable and gives case reviews and views as extensive examples of the ways that faculties and universities interact with the neighborhood to supply social advantages. targeting the Asia Pacific quarter, the authors speak about examples of engagement that produce recognition, partnerships, and companies which are widely to be had to the general public and improve the development of society.

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The following part explores a case of the benefits one Sino-foreign cooperation university on the surrounding community. The chapter concludes with policy implications and recommendations for future studies. X. S. 1007/978-3-319-45222-7_4 41 42 X. HAN Keywords Transnational higher education Á Sino-foreign cooperation university Á Local governments Á Surrounding community INTRODUCTION Globalization and Internationalization: The Rise of Transnational Higher Education The ever-increasingly connected world and the ensuing intensified competition among countries jointly compel the national governments to emphasize more on education sector and higher education institutions (HEIs) to ‘prepare students for living and working in a more connected, interdependent, and globalized world’ while ‘the research and scholarship need to contribute to national and international issues’ (Knight 2004, p.

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