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A Review of Engineering Education in China: History, Present and Future

  title={A Review of Engineering Education in China: History, Present and Future},
  author={Xisong Dong and Xiwei Liu},
In this globalization and information era, the level of engineering technology represents a country's core competitiveness. With the rapid development of China’s industrialization, the high requirement for engineering talents become increasingly urgent. Then, engineering education is facing a great challenge. The history, current situation and problems of engineering education in China are systematically summed up and analyzed in this paper. The challenges and opportunities have also been… Expand
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