Exploration on the New Ways of Personnel Cultivation Based on College General Education and Vocational Skill Training: Taking Mathematics Students Who Want to Work in the Software Industry as an Example

Yue WU, Yuxin LIU, Maojiang WANG


Employment of college graduates is a major problem for both Chinese higher education and social enterprises. There are a series of contradictions between the personnel cultivation model of college general education and the needs of social enterprises, which are mainly shown in the inconformity between student’s skills and the standards of society and enterprise. In this paper, we take the mathematics students who want to work in the software industry as an example to explore new ways of personnel cultivation. Based on the university general education and vocational skill training, it is proposed “New 3+3 Model” and “4+4 Model” of school and enterprise joint training. It has been proved that these two models are effective to improve the college student’s ability and relieve the pressure of employment.


Joint training; “new 3+3 model”; “4+4 model”

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n


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