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Strategy and Path Innovation for High-Quality Development of First-Class Private Application-Oriented Universities

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DOI: 10.23977/aduhe.2022.040714 | Downloads: 7 | Views: 588


Le Zhang 1


1 Xi'an Fanyi University, Xi'an, 710105, Shaanxi, China

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Le Zhang


Due to the changes in the development environment of private universities and the gradual expansion of the autonomy of private universities in running schools, most first-class private application-oriented universities(FCPAOU) should rethink their own development goals and development paths, and formulate new development strategies. Taking the high-quality development of FCPAOU as the research direction of this paper, by analyzing the changes in the teacher-teacher ratio of local public college students in a FCPAOU in a province, it is concluded that the student-teacher ratio of FCPAOU is higher and is increasing overall. The trend shows that the FCPAOU are seriously lacking in teacher resources, and the age structure of teachers also shows that the teaching team is younger and the structure of teachers is unreasonable. In view of these factors hindering the development of FCPAOU, this paper proposes development strategies and paths, hoping that these types of universities can achieve high-quality development on the road of higher education.


First-Class Private Applied University, Development Strategy, Path Innovation, High-Quality Development


Le Zhang, Strategy and Path Innovation for High-Quality Development of First-Class Private Application-Oriented Universities. Adult and Higher Education (2022) Vol. 4: 86-92. DOI:


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