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Paradox of foreign education

Many thousands of Chinese teenagers go abroad to study. There was a time when Chinese students who obtained higher education abroad were considered to be the most fortunate of their generation. They were virtually guaranteed the best career prospects upon their return. But things are different.

Chinese universities have come a long way in the past decade in the teaching of languages, and the skills obtained abroad are therefore less crucial. People question whether it now makes sense to seek education abroad. If the expectation is that the qualification itself will guarantee a high-paying job, then the answer is no. But as part of a long-term career plan with a multinational company then it is a very good starting point.

Source: BBC World Service
Published: 15 October 2012

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