The Italy China Foundation and the Permanent Training School, with the sponsorship of Roma Tre University, present the latest issue of Mondo Cinese in the future on September 26 at 3 pm in the Thesis room of the Law Departments of University, in Via Ostiense 159 in Rome.
The new issue of our magazine is dedicated to the analysis of some aspects of the educational system of the People's Republic of China and, in parallel, of the implications of the internationalization of education between Italy and China.
Luca Pietromarchi | Rettore | Università degli Studi Roma Tre
Alberto Bombassei | Presidente | Fondazione Italia Cina
Introduzione e moderazione dei lavori da parte del curatore del numero 164 della rivista Mondo Cinese “A lezione di futuro”
Francesco Boggio Ferraris | Direttore | Scuola di Formazione Permanente Fondazione Italia Cina
Arturo Luciani | Docente e coordinatore area Finance and Account | Federmanager Academy
Rosa Lombardi | Docente di Lingua e Letteratura cinese | Università degli Studi Roma Tre
Federico Antonelli |Docente di Diritto Comparato | Università degli Studi Roma Tre
This issue is dedicated to the analysis of some aspects of the education system of the People's Republic of China. This is a fundamental theme for understanding the present, but also the future of China and the world as a whole.
The education system of the People's Republic of China with its 250 million students and 15 million teachers is the largest in the world. It is also well known that Chinese students are imposing themselves among the best in international rankings related to acquired skills, first and foremost in scientific and mathematical disciplines, without thinking that China is the largest student basin for international mobility, particularly at the level of of university education.
The other fundamental area in which the volume is concentrated is that of managerial training and the development of specific professional skills through advanced training courses provided by business schools and private academies. The ranking of the main business schools and of the faculties of world economics and management now includes some important Chinese companies in whose classrooms a future ruling class is formed characterized by increasingly international profiles.
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