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Research on the Development Path of Higher Continuing Education under the Background of "the Belt and Road"

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DOI: 10.23977/aduhe.2023.051905 | Downloads: 14 | Views: 296

Author(s)

Qingwei Song 1,2, Wei Tang 1,2

Affiliation(s)

1 School of Accounting and Finance, The Open University of Shaanxi, Xi'an, China
2 School of Accounting and Finance, Shaanxi Business College, Xi'an, China

Corresponding Author

Qingwei Song

ABSTRACT

Education is a bridge to connect the world and also bears the heavy responsibility of building a world order. The "the Belt and Road" requires education to play a special role, especially in humanities communication, talent training, scientific and technological cooperation, and should make contributions to the construction of a new world order. Continuing education is closely linked to national economic development and plays an important role in the construction of the "the Belt and Road". Then, when the construction of the "the Belt and Road" is in urgent need of a large number of outward pioneering talents, both higher education and vocational and technical education feel weak in talent and technological innovation, which also requires us to plan and measure the development of China's continuing education with a broader vision, a higher position and a deeper strategy. The "the Belt and Road" initiative is not only a manifestation of China's national interest towards the dream of becoming a global power, but also a new opportunity for China's continuing education to break the cocoon and take off towards internationalization. Continuing education should draw on advanced teaching experience at home and abroad, strengthen cooperation between the government and the private sector, enhance mutual cooperation between education and industry, sort out international development goals, comprehensively improve service capabilities, strengthen cooperation and exchange and education exchanges, and make due contributions to the construction of the "the Belt and Road".

KEYWORDS

The Belt and Road, Continuing Education, Development Path

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Qingwei Song, Wei Tang, Research on the Development Path of Higher Continuing Education under the Background of "the Belt and Road". Adult and Higher Education (2023) Vol. 5: 40-48. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/aduhe.2023.051905.

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