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Basic Models, Problems and Countermeasures of Yunnan Junior Colleges' Cross-Border Cooperation with Southeast Asian Countries to Cultivate International Talents

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DOI: 10.23977/IMERC2021015


Ying OU, Hongwei Ding

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Hongwei Ding


Under the background of “the Belt and Road” construction, Yunnan universities and colleges are actively cooperating with higher institutions and companies in Southeast Asia to train internationally qualified personnel. Through interview surveys and literature review, the study concludes five main modes of cross-border cooperation in cultivating talents in Yunnan junior colleges, which are “college-company”, “college-intermediate-company”, “college-college’, “college-intermediate-college” and “college-government-college”. The main problems of current cross-border cooperation are: universities need to improve the practical skills of talents and the international level of teachers; the government needs to strengthen the top-level design, to play full role of “intermediate”, to increase the financial support and to implement more flexible management measures to serve the international exchange and cooperation of higher institutions. For existing problems, the article puts forward specific suggestions from the perspective of colleges and governments.


Yunnan province, Junior colleges, International talents, Cross-border cooperation

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