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'Innovation, reform' set pace at new school (2)

By Huang Yuli (China Daily)

08:32, September 04, 2012

According to Zhu Qingshi, the university has hired more than 70 teachers, with a student-teacher ratio of 3:1. The university expects that to reach 8:1 in the future.

Xiong Bingqi, deputy director of the 21st Century Education Research Institute, a non-governmental research organization, said the university didn't carry out the core reforms it claimed at the preparation stage, which include autonomous enrollment, awarding degrees itself rather than by the Ministry of Education as well as uprooting the bureaucracy of the university and letting professors rather than government officials manage.

"None of these were reached," he said."

"In the current situation the South University of Science and Technology of China is just a normal university that got approved and not the pilot university entrusted by academics and the public with a mission to set an example in the nation's higher education reform," he said.

"I think it should really concentrate on these reforms now and the Ministry of Education and the Shenzhen government should provide it with more freedom."


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