Advantages, Challenges and Measures of International Cooperation for Applied Universities under the Background of Belt and Road Initiative
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Wang Hui, Fengjie Zhai
The implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative will create huge demands for applied talents. The special localization and cultivation model of applied university makes it easier to design teaching programs and innovates the way of international cooperation, thus meeting the demand for international cooperation in education created by economic cooperation and local economic developments under the background of the Belt and Road Initiative. In the meantime, there are some challenges for such universities to carry out international cooperation in education due to the limitation in policy resources, degree of internationalization and levels of teaching staff. Applied universities should seize the opportunities in international cooperation education under the background of the Belt and Road Initiative, to deepen cooperation between university and enterprises, develop internationalized teaching staff and cooperate with similar universities and colleges. Applied universities should improve their own development by serving the Belt and Road Initiative.
The Belt and Road Initiative; Applied University; International Cooperation