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The decentralizing and marketizing trends are obvious in HE, since it is the most sensitive area to the impact of globalization (Scott 2000). As the integral part of Chinese HE system (State Council 2003), the inﬂuences of education reform in the 1980s have great impact on the development of TNHE and shaped the central government’s attitude. The insufﬁciency of Chinese tertiary education system created obstacles for sustainable economic growth. The central government became keen to encourage democratic parties, people bodies, social organizations, retired cadres and intellectuals, collective economic organizations and individuals to create more HE opportunities (Wei and Zhang 1995).
In addition, the Chinese government clearly demonstrated its intention to improve the quality of teaching and learning and offer local universities foreign educational resources by encouraging collaboration with prestigious overseas HEIs to operate advanced academic programmes (State Council 2003). The newest policy, the National Medium and Long-Term Educational Reform and Development Planning Outline in 2010, has reinforced the emphasis on importing high-quality educational resources for the purpose of improving the domestic education systems and to cultivate students capable of dealing with the international business and global competition (MOE 2010).
The central government became keen to encourage democratic parties, people bodies, social organizations, retired cadres and intellectuals, collective economic organizations and individuals to create more HE opportunities (Wei and Zhang 1995). Minban colleges, second-tier colleges and transnational cooperations have emerged and become increasingly popular. Ever since its ﬁrst appearance in the mid1980s, TNHE developed quickly in China as in other parts of the world. The number of cooperation activities has increased from 2 in the mid-1980s to 745 in 2004 (Huang 2010), and to 1110 in 2015 (Mok and Han 2015).