University Student Core Competencies – China’s Experience

Yu-mei Wang, Changsong Xue, Tong hua


Recent years have witnessed China’s great efforts in promoting student core competencies with the purpose of raising the quality of university graduates. To remain competitive in the global economy, the education system in China is expected to supply highly qualified and highly talented university graduates to the labor market. The present study is designed to investigate university student development of core competencies in China. The purpose of this study is to provide a basic profile of where university students are standing in the development of core competencies. Findings of the research are discussed. Information and insights gleaned through this study are helpful in developing strategies in cultivating university student core competencies to meet challenges of 21st century.

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International Journal of Education ISSN 1948-5476


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