Hundreds of private colleges and universities have opened in China in the past decade in response to soaring demand for higher education in the world’s most populous nation, the Washington Post reports. The growing private sector fills a niche in a market long dominated by public universities. The private schools offer millions of students a no-frills education and a better shot at a paycheck after graduation as China continues its quest to gain influence in the world economy. The new schools have flooded China’s big cities, spilling over into places such as Oriental University City, a complex here in the...

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