Higher Education in China
May 29, 2008 As more and more Chinese go to college, U.S. universities are trying to grab a piece of this growing market. Even smaller schools feel they must have some sort of exchange program with Chinese schools. Many students think a global education is important to their success in the job market.
May 28, 2008 The automotive technology school at a small university college in upstate New York hopes to pair with a school in Dalian, China, to train technicians to work on new cars. SUNY sees it as an aggressive effort to make itself and its students relevant in the global market.
May 27, 2008 Dalian, China, a coastal city not far from North Korea, has created an unlikely alliance with the State University of New York. In the city's quest to be world-class and high-tech, it has turned to SUNY for help in training autoworkers at Dalian's University of Technology.