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Xinhua | Updated:2016-12-12 07:40KUNMING — China will further improve quality and opening-up of its educational sector and raise cultural and personnel exchange to a national strategic level, said Chinas Deputy Education Minister Hao Ping on Sunday. Efforts will be exerted to serve both overseas students in China and domestic students going abroad, and to support schools jointly-run by China and foreign countries, Hao said, adding that China planned to send 29,000 government-sponsored students this year as part of an initiative to train talent with global vision. About 523,700 Chinese studied abroad in 2015, making China worlds top source of overseas students. China is also the worlds third largest study destination following United States and Britain, which saw nearly 400,000 students from across the world last year. Sino-foreign cooperative education has progressed well in recent years. China has established more than 2,400 cooperative programs with 700 strong overseas universities and, has signed agreements on mutual recognition of academic degrees and diplomas with 44 countries and regions. “Education is the priority among priorities in cultural and personnel exchange. China has begun national-level educational cooperation with countries include the United States, Russia, Britain and France, and will raise such exchange to a national strategic level in the future,” noted Hao.Related StoriesAwards honor China’s leading lights in educationChina, UK sign contracts, MoU to promote education communicationPremier Li highlights vocational education, craftsmanshipChina says education does not end in the classroomPhotoHeart-warming railway track offers free rides to passengersFirst subway line in Shandong province opensSevere smog envelops BeijingYear in review: Global events held in ChinaSWAT team members participate in trainingAerial view of triple-loop spiral bridge in ChongqingLatestYoung doctor on stretcher races against clock trying to save lifeHigh school teacher introduces emoticons into examsHeart-warming railway track offers free rides to passengers2 killed in SW China food poisoningTwist on tradition cures rural woesState Council NewsMedical insurance to be linked nationwide by end of 2016State Council measures help reduce taxes and costsExclusiveYear in review: Global events held in ChinaXis nationwide journey against povertyChinas latest scientific achievementsEditors picksXinjiang becomes playground for 30 million winter visitorsTwist on tradition cures rural woesTen photos you dont wanna missTen photos from around China: Dec 9-15SpecialBattle against povertySixth plenum of 18th CPC Central CommitteeBACK TO THE TOPHOMECHINAWORLDBUSINESSLIFESTYLECULTURETRAVELWATCHTHISSPORTSOPINIONREGIONALFORUMNEWSPAPERChina Daily PDFChina Daily E-paperMOBILECopyright 1995 -var oTime = new Date();
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