By Nita Mehta
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Indd 20 08/07/2010 12:11 PM Something Happened While Nobody Was Looking 21 critical in any school system, the best indicators of success in further secondary and university education, and the most essential to economic development. Consequently, its findings on set examinations, calculation of the percentage of the students that enter and graduate from university, and tally of the number who study such fields as science, engineering, and teaching lead to conclusions about a country’s comparative standing in education and ability to compete economically on an international scale.
As students began to move easily around the world in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, looking for undergraduate programs for full-time study and yearly exchanges as well as reputable places for postgraduate education, various agencies began to compare universities and publish their results, changing the perception of universities across the world and recognizing those that had been overlooked before. The results of this barely decade-old phenomenon point to a new competition in international higher education as well as a commercialization of tertiary education as universities profit immensely from student applications and enrollment fees when they are listed in the top echelon internationally.
The broader such cultural boundaries are drawn, the larger the geographical area becomes, and the less useful and more stereotyping these categories can become. Even within as narrow a definition of “Chinese” as Kirkpatrick’s, much diversity can be found within China itself. Research by Hu (2003) and Shi (2006) has shown that there are significant differences in the learning behaviors and beliefs between students from the more developed, coastal regions of China and those in inland, less developed regions.