[News & Analysis] Higher Education: With Eye to Innovation, China Revamps Its Universities
August 9, 2012 Editor 0
A private liberal arts college in Tianjin, China, hopes to begin enrollment in the fall of 2013. Students will live in Oxford-style residential colleges, attend small classes, and participate in self-organized activities.
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