Exploration of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Graduates Training Mechanism

Abstract

Graduate education is an important part of higher education, which is related to national innovation plan. Much attention should be paid to the core ingredients that reflect the level of higher education. This paper studies the Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan graduates training mechanism, from the aspects of enrollment links, quality assurance, degree in management and policy support specifically addressed.

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Li, Y. (2015) Exploration of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Graduates Training Mechanism. Creative Education, 6, 1342-1348. doi: 10.4236/ce.2015.612135.

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