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The development of China in the past ten years is obvious to all, and it has become one of the most influential countries in the world. Therefore, the integration with the world is becoming closer and closer, and China's education is gradually developing in the direction of internationalization and modernization. Curriculum internationalization is an important part of the internationalization of higher education in China, and the research on this aspect is also gradually strengthened in China. Guangxi universities are also constantly seeking break-throughs in this regard. Although China has carried out research on the internationalization of higher education curriculum since the 1990s and explored it in practice, generally speaking, there is still a big gap with foreign research and practice. There are still many deficiencies in concept, content, method, environment, language and so on, and there are many problems in practice. Therefore, this article discusses this, It also puts forward some suggestions on how to promote the international development of college curriculum in China.
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