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University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, USA; Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand

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Quality of higher education is a key to national economic growth and social development. Internationalization of higher education has been one of the major national trends and governmental agendas in many emerging countries in the past few years. International education is transformative. With globalization and the development of the Internet of Things, internationalization of higher education has become an important national goal in China. The purpose of this paper is threefold: (a) to describe a brief history of internationalization of higher education in China; (b) to conceptualize the dualism of internationalization of higher education, the role of the government, and China’s 13th Five Year Plan in China; and (c) to delineate the challenges and opportunities of international collaborations, especially in the dual-degree model under international partnership programs between China and the United States.

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internationalization, higher education, China, dual degree, one belt, one road, University of Indianapolis, international partnership, international education

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