With an explosion of U.S.-bound students and a secondary track that focuses on the TOEFL and SAT, China is at the forefront of international admissions. To fully capitalize on this trend, it has become essential to build a knowledge base on China’s secondary education systems. This webinar will introduce you to tips and techniques used to obtain authentic secondary documents from China. Learn what commonly issued academic credentials from China look like and gain a thorough understanding of documentation requirements and issues regarding the legitimacy of awarding institutions.
- Key characteristics of China’s system of higher education, institutions and university degree programs.
- Essential secondary documents and potential difficulties in acquiring them.
- Performance indicators and grade conversions.
- Important resources for further research.
Registration is limited to participants representing colleges or universities.
Xiao Chen, Senior Area Specialist at World Education Services.
With over fifteen years of experience evaluating international credentials, Xiao specializes in the educational systems of East Asia including China, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan. Xiao previously worked and taught in the East Asian Studies Department at Rutgers University, and has written extensively on the subject of comparative education.