Qiang Zha

Qiang Zha

Qiang Zha is an associate professor at the Faculty of Education, York University. His research interests include Chinese and East Asian higher education, global brain circulation, internationalization of higher education, globalization and education, differentiation and diversity in higher education, theories of organizational change, knowledge transfer and commercialization, and international migration and development. His most recent books include (with Ruth Hayhoe et al) Portraits of 21st Century Chinese Universities: In the Move to Mass Higher Education (2011), and two edited volumes Education and Global Cultural Dialogue (with Karen Mundy, 2012) and Education in China: Educational History, Models, and Initiatives (2013). In 2012-2013, Qiang Zha spent some time at Tsinghua University as a Wei Lun Scholar, and at Peking University as a visiting professor.

To reach this person, click here.

Most Recent Articles

December 4, 2016
University rankings are largely based on what can be measured rather than what is necessarily relevant and important to the university.
December 20, 2015
In October, China’s central government (the State Council) launched the next stage of its campaign for world-class status for its universities.
August 16, 2015
The contemporary Chinese education remains exam-oriented, relying on rote memorization and mechanical drills.
March 9, 2015
As long as one doesn’t challenge the legitimacy or capacity of the Communist Party to rule China, a scholar will be free to follow the normal routines of scholarly and social life.
February 9, 2015
Is an aggressive state sometimes necessary?


Back to Top