• Login
  • Register
  • Search

Discussion on Online and Offline Hybrid Teaching Mode of International Settlement Courses Based on Cross-border C-commerce

Zhenfeng Lan


With the rise of cross-border e-commerce in the new era, international settlement has more new connotations and requirements in cross-border payments. Therefore, the educational reform of international settlement in universities has become very urgent. The current domestic and international settlement courses in colleges and universities have problems such as weak teaching staff, inconsistent curriculum settings with corporate demand orientation, and shortage of international settlement professionals. Based on the current teaching practice, this article explores the optimization of teaching design, reform of teaching content, and enrichment of teaching methods and methods, hoping to provide reference for colleges and universities to better realize the reform of online and offline mixed teaching.


Cross-border E-commerce; International Settlement; Online and Offline; Mixed Teaching; Strategy

Full Text:



[1] Liu J. Discussion on the construction path of "international settlement" excellent resource sharing course. Theoretical Research and Practice of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2019; 221:47-48.

[2] Zhou J. Obstacles and countermeasures for foreign trade enterprises based on the transformation of cross-border e-commerce operations. Journal of Hubei Open Vocational College 2019; 3223: 122-125.

[3] Liu J. Online teaching mode and practice based on SPOC and tencent class——Take the "international settlement" curriculum design as an example. Science Education Journal (First half issue) 2020; 10: 104-105.

[4] Zheng L. Research on the training mode of professional international ride professionals based on cross-border e-commerce. Economic and Trade Practice 2016; 13: 129.

[5] Wang F. Research on the teaching reform of "international settlement" in the era of cross-border e-commerce. Journal of Taiyuan Urban Vocational and Technical College 2017; 04: 100-102.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i2.3325