A Reserch on the Opening Up of Higher Educational Service Industry

Jing TANG, Huidong LOU, Heng ZENG


Since the reform and opening up policy, the higher educational service industry in Guangdong Province has made remarkable achievements with the systematical analysis of the implement of the “Introduce in” and “go-abroad” strategy, which shows that the opening degree of higher educational obviously lags to the development of local economy and society, seriously affecting the construction of talent highland. To research further, this paper will offer some suggestions, which can be concluded in: insisting on the policy of “Introduce in” and “Going-abroad”; actively promoting the “B&R” strategy; believing in the balance of overall consideration and the focus of promoting; constantly improving the competitiveness of higher education and enlarging the scale of foreign students’ recruitment.


Education; Service industry; Internationalization; 21st-century silk road

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