Futao Huang is a Co-Investigator on CGHE’s global higher education engagement research programme.
Futao is a Professor at the Research Institute for Higher Education, Hiroshima University, Japan. His major academic fields include internationalisation of higher education, academic profession and designing university and colleges curriculum in the comparative perspective.
- Changes and challenges to higher education financing in Japan
- From the former Soviet patterns towards the US model? Changes in Chinese doctoral education
- Who are they and why did they move to Japan? An analysis of international faculty at universities
- From government control to increased transparency? Changes to quality assurance of higher education in Japan and China
- What are the challenges facing the Asian academic profession?
- How are the public goods of internationalisation of higher education viewed in Japan?
CGHE research projects
- Local and global public good contributions of higher education: a comparative study in six national systems
- Internationalisation of HE as a public good: a comparative study in four national systems
Select recent publications
- The internationalization of the academy: changes, realities and prospects
The changing academic profession in Japan, 2015
- Higher education development in Japan
Mass higher education development in East Asia, 2015
- Changes in Japanese academics’ teaching and research, 1992-2011
Studies in Higher Education, July 2015