The Education Management of International Students in Universities of Shaanxi Province Under the Influence of The Belt and Road Initiative

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Zhu Qiao Mei
Sakdipan Tonwimonrat


This article aimed to study (1) What specific measures or strategies have been implemented to enhance the education management of international students in universities of Shaanxi Province? (2) What are the future prospects and goals for the education management of international students in universities of Shaanxi Province under the influence of the Belt and Road Initiative? the sample was used to select 17 juries of experts with insight into the Educational Management of International Students. They were selected by the unstructured interview. The research instrument for collecting data was the unstructured interview. The content analysis was used to analyze the data. The research results were found as follows;

1. The education management of international students in Shaanxi Universities comprised of 10 dimensions: 1) System and responsibility management, 2) Infrastructure management, 3) Cross-cultural adaptability management, 4) Enrollment management, 5) Curriculum and teaching management, 6) Digital resource construction management, 7) International Alliance Cooperation in the Field of Higher Education, 8) Internationalized integrated management, 9) Talent management and 10) Service management for international students composed of 97 items.

2. Based on the research results, the researchers have put forward some suggestions for strengthening the management of international student education in universities in Shaanxi Province.


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Qiao Mei, Z., & Tonwimonrat, S. (2024). The Education Management of International Students in Universities of Shaanxi Province Under the Influence of The Belt and Road Initiative. Journal of Multidisciplinary in Humanities and Social Sciences, 7(1), 604–629. Retrieved from
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