Chenghao Yue, Chenxu He, Shouxi Li
School of Management, Shanghai University, Baoshan District, Shanghai, 200444, China
First of all, provide standards on how to eﬀectively evaluate the health of the higher education system. We start from three aspects: economy, higher education development, and technological level. Through consulting the data, the representative factors of these three aspects are selected as the indicators of FCE, and the weights of diﬀerent factors on the health of the higher education system are obtained through AHP, and then the health value and health level of the higher education system are calculated. And take China as an example to demonstrate this set of evaluation models, and based on the topological sorting diagram, we planned the time schedule required for the change of indicators.
higher education system, AHP, topological sorting diagram
Chenghao Yue, Chenxu He, Shouxi Li. Evaluation and Analysis of the Health of Higher Education System. Academic Journal of Business & Management (2021) Vol. 3, Issue 5: 91-94. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJBM.2021.030515.
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