Students’ Ability Evaluation Structure Model of Local Finance and Economic Universities

Yaping JING, Peiji SHAO, Chenggang LI


The students’ ability evaluation of local finance and economic universities is conducive to the cultivation of talents, and to promote local economic development. In order to objectively evaluate the students’ ability of local finance and economic universities, this paper divides the ability of college students into three dimensions, including basic quality and ability, professional competence, the ability of innovation and practice. This paper builds the students’ ability evaluation indicator system of local finance and economic universities, and designs evaluation indicator system scale tables. Collecting data from high school students, teachers and the employers through paper questionnaires and web-based survey, this paper uses principal component analysis to extract ability factors, and establishes the students’ ability evaluation structure model of local finance and economic universities. This study provides a theoretical reference for the objective evaluation of students’ ability and training students’ ability purposefully.


Local finance and economic universities; Ability evaluation; Structural model; Principal component analysis

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