Education in China


Education in China

Education in China may refer to:

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  • Military training and education in China — (Chinese: 军训) is a fundamental form of institutions of higher learning reforming education content and also a method for students taking on defence education, required by The Military Service Law of the People s Republic of China[1] and The… …   Wikipedia

  • History of education in China — The history of education in China began with the birth of Chinese civilization. The nobles often set up the educational establishments for their offspring. The Shang Hsiang was a legendary school to teach the youth nobles. It may have been the… …   Wikipedia

  • China Pharmaceutical University — 中国药科大学 Motto strict, practical, creative and cooperative Established 1936 Type Public university Location Nanjing …   Wikipedia

  • China University of Political Science and Law — Established 1952 President Huang Jin Academic staff 1,400 …   Wikipedia

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  • China University of Mining and Technology — 中国矿业大学 Established 1909 Type Public President Ge, Shirong and Zou, Fangming Location Xuzhou and …   Wikipedia

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  • Education in the People's Republic of China — This article is about education in the People s Republic of China. See Education in Hong Kong and Education in Macau for education in Hong Kong and Macau, respectively. For education in the Republic of China (Taiwan), see Education in the… …   Wikipedia

  • education — /ej oo kay sheuhn/, n. 1. the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life. 2. the act or process of… …   Universalium


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