Analysis on the Way of Cultivating Talents of Vocational Education to Develop Entrepreneurial Economy

Minmin SHEN, Jingjing CHEN


The development of entrepreneurial economy has brought new vitality to China as well as raised higher requirements for talents training. In order to meet the needs of the entrepreneurial economy for high-level talents, vocational education should promote entrepreneurship education, develop effective ways for school-enterprise cooperation, expand communication channels with other educational types, and improve teaching and evaluation methods, so as to meet the challenges brought by the transformation and upgrading of industrial economy.


Entrepreneurial economy; Vocational education; High-level talents

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