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Haiqin Liu

Doctoral student University of Helsinki

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Feb 2015Present

Doctoral student

University of Helsinki

My PhD dissertation topic is Chinese  language Education in Finland--a multi-level analysis of ideologies and perceptions. My research interests include: multicultural education, intercultural experience and multilingualism. 

Sep 2007Jun 2009

Master's degree of Art in Education

University of Oulu

I studied in Master's Degree Programme in Education and Globalisation, which focuses on ethics, policy, planning, curriculum, evaluation and comparative research in education and emphasises North-South-East-West dialogue and includes studies in international education, interculturalism and globalisation. My Master's  thesis is Intercultural experiences of Chinese degree students in Finnish universities. 

Aug 2000Jun 2004

Bachelor's Degree of Art in English

South China Normal University

I studied English  as my major and was trained to be upper secondary school English teacher in this programme. I passed TEM 8 English Test (the highest level of Test of English for university students  in China) and received Upper Secondary English Teacher's Certificate  

Work History

Mar 2010 Jan 2014

English Teacher and House Supervisor

U-link College, Guangzhou (China)
Jul 2004Jun 2007

English teacher

Nanhai Shimen Experimental Middle School (China)


1. Co-director of Chinese Education Research Group (CERG) in Department of Teacher Education, University of Helsinki:
2. Member of E4D (Education for Diversities) Research Group, University of Helsinki
3. Presenter, the international conference of A ‘Golden Era’ for China & UK Educational Relations in Institute of Education of University College of London, June 24-25, 2016, 
4. Co-editor of the book Nordic-Chinese Intersections on Education
5. Secretary of the 2017 International conference Teachers Of Chinese As A Foreign And Second Language Today-Being and Becoming a Teacher of Chinese as a Foreign and Second Language Today.