Yang Yang. Language barriers, career prospects and teaching facilities dent enthusiasm of international students considering studying in China, Yang Yang reports
Samuel Goldstein is spending his gap year in China. While the Washington University political science student still has a year to go before graduation, he has decided to apply for a master's degree course in Chinese.
But there is a twist in his plan. Instead of applying to a Chinese university, the 20-year-old wants to attend a satellite school of a US university in China, which he believes will guarantee the quality of education.