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Article http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2022.11.024

Research on the Integration of Higher Education and Industry in Hunan Province

Xiaohong Zhu

1Hunan University of Arts and Sciences, Changde, Hunan 415000, China.

2Philippine Christian University Center for International Education, Philippines.

*Corresponding author: Xiaohong Zhu

Published: December 28,2022

Abstract

The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China clearly proposed that "it is necessary to improve the higher education and training system, deepen the integration of industry and education, and school-enterprise cooperation", which shows that entering the new era to promote the integration of higher education and industry is not only the need for the transformation and upgrading of the industry and the restructuring of business formats, but also the only way for higher education to solve imbalance, inadequacy and rapid development. Throughout the development process of higher education, the coupling and coordinated development of higher education and industrial structure is not only a static process, but also a dynamic development change. By reviewing and sorting out the relevant data of the Hunan Statistical Yearbook, this paper sorts out the current situation of higher education structure and industrial structure in Liaoning Province, and then calculates the degree of coupling and coordination between the two, divides the coupling coordination degree according to the relevant standards of coupling coordination, and then analyzes the relevant factors affecting the relationship between the two, in order to achieve the trend of coordinated development between the higher education structure and the industrial structure in Hunan Province.

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How to cite this paper

Research on the Integration of Higher Education and Industry in Hunan Province

How to cite this paper: Xiaohong Zhu. (2022). Research on the Integration of Higher Education and Industry in Hunan Province. The Educational Review, USA6(11), 796-800.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2022.11.024