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In this day and age, it is obvious that more and more countries are focusing on their education. On contrast, according to their different national conditions, all countries should consider that how to make their education outstanding. Take education as an example, Chinese universities are significantly different from those in UK.

In China, there are approximately 20 times more universities than those in UK, because China is significantly larger than Britain and has the largest number of individuals in the world. As a result, universities in China are not treated equally. The Chinese government gives the majority of money to some better universities, to help them to build new buildings and purchase more and more experimental products. However, other colleges can only get less money, which make them have not developed for many years. Like the Russell Group in Britain, China also has “211” project, which means Chinese government will pay all attention to develop 100 Chinese universities in 21 century. If you could not have an access to study among these universities, it means you will not meet better professors during student career or you will have no chance to enter the better laboratory. Dislike China, British students can get good opportunities in any universities and they can easily enjoy the resources if they wish, as we all know, the gap among British universities is not evidence.

We can discover many differences also can be seen between Chinese university and British colleges clearly from another angle. To begin with, the classes in China are mainly lectures rather than smaller classes and most of Chinese students will spend more than 6 hours a day to have classes. It is manifest that teachers play a significant role in the classes. They tell students what to do and explain the questions directly during the classes. However, most of the UK students tend to spend their time on study after classes. They choose to go to library and complete the task. Due to British population is not as many as China, so they always have smaller classes for just over 10 people or less, doubtless, the atmosphere during classes is definitely better than that in China. Besides, from my point of view, the study attitude is also different. During the semester, they prefer to play computers or have a tourist with other individuals. It is generally acknowledged that the majority of Chinese students only tend to work harder before the test. However, British students have a plenty of homework every day or they will fail in the exam. Finally, British universities always offer numerous job opportunities to any students. For instance, they can have a chance to work in some famous companies after two years studying. Therefore, it is easily for them to adjust the fierce competition in the future. Actually, the situation in China is not same. Each student should stay in the college

for more than 3 years. Then some of these will do some part-time jobs or seek interesting job opportunities. Others will try their best for the Graduate Candidate Test , as a result, there is no denying that most of Chinese students are lack of social experience.

In conclusion, we can easily discover that Chinese universities and British universities have many different teaching methods, which is hard for us to distinguish which way is better. Evidently, students with different backgrounds and cultures should be taught with unique method. Sometimes Chinese students may believe that the British education is too monotonous due to British students should pay too much space time to study. Meanwhile, a host of British students may hold that Chinese education way is too boring because teachers spend much time tell students what to do. Overall, there is no inferior education method, but we have to learn how to handle it.

REFERENCE:

1. University Students' Expectations of Teaching Authors : Sander P .; Stevenson K.; King M.; Coates D

2. Becoming World Class: Chinese Universities facing Globalization and Internationalization Authors : Ruth W. Hayhoe; Qiang Zha; LIN Rong-ri