中国小留学生在澳大利亚留学状况研究 : 以悉尼为例 = An empirical study of Sydney-based Chinese non-adult migrant students

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2010
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随着中国的改革开放和澳大利亚吸引中国小留学生有关政策和法律的调整,近年来中国来澳小留学生生越来越多,出现了盲目留学、留学安全事件频发等问题,中国小留学生在澳大利亚的留学状况引起了中澳两国社会的广泛关注。本文作者综合运用田野调查、访谈法和观察法,从中国小留学生的基本情况、学习和所在学校的感受、安全、心理、交流和居住等六个方面对在澳中国小留学生的留学状况深入研究,发现他们在澳留学的真实状况,并据此在政策导向层面为中国两国政府提出了建议。 With the progress of China’s opening policy and the changes of Australia international student-related policies and laws, more and more Chinese non-adult students have been attracted to pursue their studies in Australia in recent years. Some of them are unprepared for studying in Australia and thus have little idea what they will face and encounter. Others become the victims of thefts, robberies and other safety problems. The actual conditions of Chinese non-adult students have become the concern of both Chinese and Australian governments and societies. The present research drew on data collected from surveys, interviews and observations in an attempt to understand the major problems facing Chinese non-adult students in Australia. The research focused on five aspects of Chinese students’ experiences, that is, classroom activities and responses, safety, psychological conditions, communication and living conditions. Based on the findings, suggestions are made for the both Chinese and Australian governments to improve overseas students-related policies.
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