China Terminates 286 Sino-Foreign College Programs, Including Those at 30 US Universities

The Chinese communist regime has terminated 286 of its Sino-foreign college programs in which Chinese students could study overseas to obtain a diploma. The announcement was reported by Chinese state-run media on Aug. 15, two weeks before the new academic year starts in China on Sept. 1. These programs allowed Chinese high-school and university graduates a chance to study at the foreign university for a defined period of time, usually up to two years after enrolling. From the published list, 30 universities that were involved in 41 programs were from the United States, such as the master’s degree in Electronic and Computer Engineering between Georgia Institute of Technology and Shanghai Jiaotong University, and the master’s degree in Telecommunications Management between Stevens Institute of Technology and Beijing Institute of Technology. It’s unclear why the regime withdrew the programs. As of press time, the regime is still allowing hundreds of similar programs to operate. …

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