By Jenifer Pak, Beijing
A record number of Chinese students are expected to study abroad this year, as more and more apply for visas to attend universities in the United States, Europe and Australia. Many students say they want an overseas degree to help them compete in China's tough job market. Jennifer Pak reports from Beijing.
Not long ago, people are jammed into the Beijing office of New Oriental, a company that helps students apply to study abroad.
Liu Hui is among the many hopefuls. She wants to get a master's degree in the United States.
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