School of Economic Administration, Hunan College of Information, Changsha 410200, China
Chinese vocational education plays a very important role to train professinal talents to serve the economy and industry development. A case study of Shenzhen Polytechnic is adopted to demonstrate a clear pattern that a Chinese vocationa college run in the higher education system. The student recourses, financial resources, programs, guiding philosophies are described to show a picture of modern Chinese vocational colleges.
Vocational college; Shenzhen Polytechnic; Cooperation; Enrollment
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