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Shanghai Academy of Educational Sciences, Max Institute (2017). 2017 Annual Report on the Quality of Higher Vocational and Technical Education in China (p. 45). Beijing: Beijing Higher Education Press.

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  • TITLE: Opportunities, Challenges and Strategies for the Internationalization Development of Higher Vocational Education in the New Situation

    AUTHORS: Dan Wang

    KEYWORDS: Higher Vocational and Technical College, Internationalization, Education Open-Up, One Belt One Road

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.10 No.10, October 15, 2019

    ABSTRACT: The opening-up of national education has come into a new period of development, the internationalization of higher vocational and technical education should conform to the overall situation of service, for our own use, raise the level and intention of the development trend,andat the same time, should cooperate with the “One Belt One Road” construction, to help China’s education quality capacity to go out. The internationalization development level of higher vocational and technical colleges in China has the characteristics of the coexistence of strategic development and imbalance, the coexistence of advantages and disadvantages, opportunities and challenges, from strategic planning and system construction, self-support and the pursuit of resources, docking strategy and characteristic development, intelligence introduction and resource output synchronization;operating schools openly and party building promote each other to discuss the effective path of developing education internationalization in higher vocational and technical colleges under the new background.