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  • Motivations for Receiving the Higher Education in the Early 2010s of PRC   [CCE 2013]
  • Author(s)
  • Binbin Wu
  • ABSTRACT
  • The higher education (HE) provides opportunities for the younger generations who will need to be equipped with new skills, knowledge and ideals. However, the soaring tuition fees in the 21th century worldwide make HE a difficult choice. The purpose of this study is to examine the motivations for receiving HE in the Early 2010s of PRC.
  • KEYWORDS
  • The Higher Education; The Cost-recovery Theory; the High Tuition Fees; Motivations
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