Previous research is limited in analyzing students’ willingness to study abroad in specific political settings. This paper used Push-pull model to develop a model that link political, economy and cultural factors with Zhuhai undergraduates’ willingness to get master degree in HK. We tested this model with the data got from five universities in Zhuhai and the sample size of 150. Regression results showed that perceived safety and cultural adaptation positive influenced Zhuhai undergraduates’ willingness to get master degree in HK. Two hypotheses proposed in the paper were verified. While perceived cost of living and tuition fee have low effect on Zhuhai undergraduates’ willingness to get master degree in HK.
Hu Dongxue, HKBU-BNU United International College, China
Li Pingzhong, HKBU-BNU United International College, China
Stream: Educational Research
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