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Research on the Construction of Evaluation Indicators for the Competitive Advantage of Newly Established Majors in Higher Vocational Colleges

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Chunyu Wu*, Jinfen Wang

Quanzhou Preschool Education College, Quanzhou, Fujian, China.

*Corresponding author: Chunyu Wu

Published: December 30,2023

Abstract

Based on the relevant policy documents and the research results of scholars, this study deeply discusses the research field of "Assessment Indicators for the Competitive Advantage of Newly Established Majors in Vocational Colleges". First of all, the government has clearly put forward the goal of serving international production capacity cooperation in the vocational education reform, encouraging vocational schools to actively participate in the internationalization process, in order to enhance the reputation and influence of China's vocational education in the international arena. Furthermore, scholars also emphasized the importance of performance evaluation self-evaluation indicators in the evaluation of higher vocational colleges, especially the necessity of multi-dimensional selection of alternative self-evaluation indicators, including output, benefit, and satisfaction. In addition, this study is not only based on the current policy guidance documents for the professional setting of higher vocational colleges in China, but also combines the research results of relevant scholars, and adopts a variety of research methods, such as in-depth interviews, expert interviews, Delphi method and fuzzy Delphi method, to develop evaluation criteria including 5 first-level indicators and 24 second-level indicators. These criteria will become a powerful reference and decision-making basis for higher vocational colleges to re-study, plan, and set up new majors in the future. Finally, the aim of this study is to provide a systematic basis for self-evaluation and a scientific standard for the establishment of new majors in higher vocational colleges. Through the establishment of these evaluation indicators, higher vocational colleges will better meet the needs of society and industry, improve the quality of education, and thus enhance their competitiveness in international competition. This study provides practical reference and useful guidance for the sustainable development and internationalization process of China's higher vocational colleges and is helpful in promoting the further development of China's vocational education.

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How to cite this paper

Research on the Construction of Evaluation Indicators for the Competitive Advantage of Newly Established Majors in Higher Vocational Colleges

How to cite this paper: Chunyu Wu, Jinfen Wang. (2023). Research on the Construction of Evaluation Indicators for the Competitive Advantage of Newly Established Majors in Higher Vocational Colleges.The Educational Review, USA7(12), 1940-1945.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2023.12.022