A graduation ceremony at Peking University, one of the universities that will take part in China’s new scheme. Photo: Xinhua A graduation ceremony at Peking University, one of the universities that will take part in China’s new scheme. Photo: Xinhua
A graduation ceremony at Peking University, one of the universities that will take part in China’s new scheme. Photo: Xinhua
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China seeks more students to study maths and science subjects to ‘serve country’s strategic demands’

  • Education ministry’s Strong Base Plan aims to boost numbers taking courses that will help boost country’s development and security
  • ‘Basic’ subjects have been unpopular with students, who want degrees that will boost their future earning potential

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A graduation ceremony at Peking University, one of the universities that will take part in China’s new scheme. Photo: Xinhua A graduation ceremony at Peking University, one of the universities that will take part in China’s new scheme. Photo: Xinhua
A graduation ceremony at Peking University, one of the universities that will take part in China’s new scheme. Photo: Xinhua
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