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Friday, March 29, 2002, updated at 09:11(GMT+8)

Educational Progress
New Policy Helping College Graduates' Employment Promulgated

A new policy was lately promulgated as below by departments concerned under the Ministries of Education, Public Security, Personnel, and of Labor and Social Security to help college graduates achieve full employment in China:

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New Policy Helping College Graduates' Employment Promulgated
A new policy was lately promulgated as below by departments concerned under the Ministries of Education, Public Security, Personnel, and of Labor and Social Security to help college graduates achieve full employment in China:

US Ranking World 1st in Number of Chinese Students
Sources from the Ministry of Education say that by the end of 2001, some 189,000 Chinese students have gone to study in the US since 1978, making the US a country with the biggest number of Chinese students there.

Beijing Schools Set Development Targets for 2002
The teaching of ethics tops the 10 priority development goals set by the Beijing educational department for the year 2002, according to the Guangming Daily.

More Loans For Needy College Students
Chinese Vice-Premier Li Lanqing has ordered the country's state-owned banks, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Finance and universities to issue more subsidized loans to needy university students.

University Adopts Flexible Semesters
Graduates from Zhejiang Engineering University this summer will not all take the trouble of finding jobs. Most of them are able to choose to stay on campusand continue further study, thanks to a newly adopted policy of flexible semesters.

Students Investigate Studying Abroad Options Rationally
With more foreign universities eyeing China's huge education market, Chinese students have a wide range of choices for studying abroad.
During the two-day 2002 British Education Exhibition held earlier this week in Shanghai, a record 86 universities and education organizations from Britain gathered at Shanghai International Conference Center.

CEIBS' MBA Programme Among World Top 100
China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) reaffirmed its position as the best business school in the Chinese mainland by breaking into the world Top 100 MBA list. According to the annual ranking by Financial Times. On the Top 100 list, CEIBS MBA programme ranks the 92nd, first time for China to be on the list. With a history of only 7 years, CEIBS is also the youngest school in the list.

Vice-Premier Li Lanqing on Science, Education Strategy
The Senior Chinese leader Li Lanqing said Monday China will strive this year to push forward the reform and expansion of basic education, and to expand higher education and vocational training in line with the needs of social and economic development.

Government to Increase Loans for Education in Western China
China will issue 300 million yuan-worth of government loans to support the development of vocational and continuing education in China's western areas.

Joint Venture Schools Boom in Confucius' Hometown
Over 2,500 years ago, Confucius, a great thinker, philosopher and educator, set up the first schoolin China's history in his hometown of Qufu, in east China's Shandong Province.

Foreign Students to Study in China Keep on Rising
Statistics from Ministry of Education (MOE) shows that by the end of 2001, the number of overseas students coming to China for study exceeded 350,000, balancing the level with that of Chinese students studying abroad.

Improve Party Work Style, Push Higher Education Reform: Vice-Premier
Chinese vice-premier Li Lanqing urged at a national work conference on Party building in colleges and universities Saturday that it is essential to improve the Party's work style and carry out higher education reform under the guidance of the "Three Represent's" theory and the speech of President Jiang Zemin on July 1 this year.

2002 Blueprint for Educational Reform and Development Drawn
Ministry of Education had completed the blueprint for educational reform and development in 2002 right before the advent of New Year's Day.

The Ministry pointed out that basic educational work in the New Year would focus on three key links, i.e., moral education, updating of teaching materials and reform of the examination assessment system.

Vice Premier Urges College Logistics Reform
Chinese Vice-Premier Li Lanqing on December 9 called for greater efforts to accelerate the reform of college logistics services, in a bid to improve the country's higher education. The vice-premier stressed that the college logistic service sector will face serious challenges as China is to expand its higher education on a large scale during the coming 5-10 years.

2.6m College Students Enrolled This Year, More Next Year
Sources from the Ministry of Education November 26 told a total of 2.6 million college students including 3,408 recommended having been enrolled by Chinese colleges and universities this year.

And an enlarged student body totaling 2.73 million enrollees, 10 percent growth than planned this year will be recruited by Chinese colleges and universities coming year,.

China, EU Join Hands in Boosting Northwest China's Compulsory Education
A compulsory education boosting project sponsored by China and EU was launched in northwest China's Gansu province last week. The EU is to inject some 15 million euros into developing 9-year compulsory education in Gansu Province. The fund will be mainly used for training teachers, adding teaching facilities, buying books and sponsoring students from impoverished families to complete 9-year compulsory education.

Chinese Universities to Use Textbooks Written in English
Eleven million university students in China will use textbooks written in the English language within three years, sources told a work conference held recently in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province.

China Sets Plan for Higher Education in Agriculture
China has completed its higher education plan for farming and forestry in the coming five years.

First-ever Distance Education Platform Sold in China
A long-distance on-line education platform is offered for sale at a price of 80 million yuan (9.67 million U.S. dollars) Thursday in this capital of central China's Hunan Province.

Project Hope's First Doctoral Student
Zhang Zongyou, a native of impoverished Jinzhai County in east China's Anhui Province, has been enrolled in Nanjing University to study for a doctorate in classical Chinese literature, thus becoming the first doctoral student sponsored by Project Hope.

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