Access to Higher Education of Ethnic Minorities in China

Meng XIANG

Abstract


Expanding the access to higher education (HE) has become a hot and controversial policy globally. And the right to higher education, which is beyond only enlarge the access, draws drastic attentions currently (Bruke, 2012). China also has issued a series of policies to widen the participation of HE and to insure people’s right to enter HE. The purpose of this study is to provide a clear picture of Chinese national minorities’ higher education and the government’s policies towards these minorities that have been implemented.

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Higher education; Ethnic minorities; Equality

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9544

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