Internationalization Strategies in “Double High” Schools


The internationalization strategy of dual-high schools refers to how higher education managers of a country, a region, or a school use different models and adopt different methods to achieve international educational goals, economic goals, and social goals. This study adopted the method of random stratified sampling and used the questionnaire survey method to select two universities from 56 double-high schools in the east, west, south, north, and central regions of China as the survey objects. Conduct a questionnaire survey on the strategic connotation, strategic construction, strategic measures, strategic concepts, and difficulties of strategic implementation of dual-high schools. Data analysis showed that the internationalization strategy of dual-high schools is still in the period of "institutional strategic planning". Although there was a definite international strategic plan and presentation, it only stayed on paper. To achieve this strategic goal of internationalization, the researchers concluded that dual-high schools need to have an awareness of international development, implementation of an international strategy, introduction of international courses, exchange mechanisms and supporting funds for international students, and an international vision at the principal level. The study provided a reference for internationalization strategies for managers of similar schools.

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Shenglong Ma, University of the Cordilleras, Philippines
Sheena T. Palaroan, University of the Cordilleras, Philippines

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Conference: ACE2022
Stream: International Education

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Ma S., & Palaroan S. (2023) Internationalization Strategies in “Double High” Schools ISSN: 2186-5892 The Asian Conference on Education 2022: Official Conference Proceedings
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