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The Necessity of Linking Higher Vocational and Applied Undergraduate Courses

Zhihui Shi, Geri Le


At present, the educational system of our country is constantly developing and perfecting, and vocational education and applied undergraduate education have become an important form of higher education in our country at present, and with the development of education and the demand for talent education, the promotion of higher vocational to applied undergraduate education is also further accelerating. This is a trend and demand for the development of higher education. And in the process of promoting the middle and higher vocational to applied undergraduate course, if the relevant curriculum link, promote the smooth transition of talent education is the key, but also one of the urgent problems to be solved. Based on the relevant research, this paper analyzes the necessity of linking up middle and high vocational and applied undergraduate courses, analyzes the current situation and problems of linking up middle and high vocational and applied undergraduate courses, and explores the path of effective linking up middle and high vocational and applied undergraduate courses.


Higher Secondary; Applied Undergraduate; Curriculum Linkages; Method

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i3.2075