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MSc Thesis:

Internationalisation of Higher Education.

China and Vietnam: from importers of

education to partners in cooperation.

Supervisor: Asst. Prof. Stine Jessen Haakonsson

Student: Que Anh Dang (MSc BLC BADS)

Copenhagen, 3 February 2011

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I would like to express my sincere thanks to Stine Haakonsson for her guidance and comments

on my thesis. Her questions had made our meetings very fruitful discussions and her

suggestions prompted new ways of thinking. She also showed a great interest in my project,

which is very encouraging for me in pursuing my academic endeavour.

When I first arrived in Denmark to study I did not think that I was taking part in the

internationalisation of higher education. Writing this thesis gave me the opportunity to gain

deeper understanding of this global social phenomenon, which happens in my universities in

Denmark and also in my home country, and I am a part of it.

In writing this thesis I have received support from various people, many of them have become

important in my professional networks. My special thanks go to Dr Nguyen Ngoc Hung, Ministry

of Education and Training of Vietnam, Professor David Wilmoth, former director of RMIT

Vietnam, Professor Arne Carlsen, Danish School of Education, Professor Lauritz Holm-Nielsen,

Aarhus University, Professor Hans Gregersen, Sino-Danish Centre Secretariat at Aarhus

University, Professor Nick Miles, University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China, Mr Uffe Toudal

Pedersen and Ms Anita Damsgaard, Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.

Last but not least, my family and friends have, in various ways, supported my study. I am very

grateful for all the encouragement and care they have given me.

Que Anh Dang

Copenhagen, January 2011

Que Anh Dang, MSc Thesis, 2011.

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