MSC ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION (PART TIME)

Entrepreneurship and Innovation (part time)

Overview

Against the backdrop of the digital economy and Industry 4.0 development, the importance of entrepreneurial spirit and entrepreneurial thinking is increasingly highlighted. To meet the demands of this era, the XJTLU Entrepreneur College (Taicang), in collaboration with the Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Hub, jointly developed the Entrepreneurship and Innovation MSc program with several faculties of Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University. This program aims to align with international standards, integrating innovation entrepreneurship with industry knowledge to cultivate future leaders. It aims to equip students with a solid knowledge base in technology entrepreneurship and innovation while stimulating their innovative thinking and creative potential. Leveraging the abundant industry resources of the XJTLU Entrepreneur College (Taicang), the program provides students with a learning environment that combines theory and practice, tightly integrating professional backgrounds with theoretical knowledge and practical application to nurture students into versatile talents needed for the industry 5.0 era. We are committed to cultivating innovative entrepreneurial talents with a global perspective and international competitiveness to promote sustainable social and economic development.

The MSc Entrepreneurship and Innovation programme offers a broad range of pathways to meet diverse students’ interests and needs: Business, Sustainability, Creative Technology, Enterprise Governance, Innovation and Succession, FinTech, Smart Cities, Technology Transfer Management, Strategic Human Resources Management, Intelligent Robotics and Global Public Health,Smart Ageing and Health Management.

  • The Business pathway, developed jointly with the School of Intelligent Finance and Business within XJTLU Entrepreneur College (Taicang), is the most generic pathway, providing students with a solid base for entrepreneurial activities. This pathway offers a competitive edge for business graduates who focus on management and leadership within entrepreneurialism. This pathway is for students with more developed business ideas who wish to add to the specialist skillsets and expand their business and professional networks whilst taking their career to the next step.
  • The Sustainability pathway, developed jointly with the School of Intelligent Finance and Business within XJTLU Entrepreneur College (Taicang), built around a regenerative economic system, provides students with a solid base for entrepreneurial activities. Ideas, issues and priorities have opportunities to develop business ideas. Students will be delivering benefits such as reducing pressure on the environment, improving the security of raw material supply, increasing competitiveness, encouraging innovation and boosting economic growth.
  • The Creative Technology pathway, developed jointly with the School of Cultural Technology and the School of Film and TV Arts, focuses on cultural technologies, digital product design, digital media, or entertainment. These are software-based, electronic and data-driven solutions in today’s digital age. This pathway relates to digital technologies, people’s experiences, and their practices with mobile, immersive, ubiquitous, and pervasive technologies, helping students become independent practitioners, entrepreneurs or intrapreneurs capable of anticipating changes and communicating strategically with stakeholders.
  • The Enterprise Governance, Innovation and Succession (EGIS) pathway, developed jointly with the Hexie Academy, focuses on a range of key issues that enterprises are facing such as continuous entrepreneurship, transformation and innovation, governance upgrade, and succession. This pathway enables students to understand how to use interdisciplinary knowledge and approaches from complexity science, as well as history and culture, to address these issues and challenges through Syntegrative Education. It also helps students apply their theoretical knowledge to the practical business environment. This pathway aims to enhance students’ skills to allow them to deal with current and future issues of entrepreneurship, governance, innovation and succession. Additionally, the EGIS pathway helps students to nurture their HeXie (harmonious) mindset to navigate a world full of uncertainty, ambiguity, complexity, and changeability. We welcome you to join us if you are looking for a wonderful learning journey that can provide you with a wide range of knowledge and understanding, as well as the expertise and unique skills.
  • The FinTech pathway, developed jointly with International Business School Suzhou (IBSS), provides opportunities for students to study and utilise applications of newly developed digital and technological advancements in products and services in the banking and financial service industry. It may include software, algorithms, and applications for computer- and mobile-based tools. The FinTech pathway provides suitable students with the modules needed to provide a base for entrepreneurial activities within this area. It does not focus on creating software or algorithms but rather on the application, either in business or as part of students’ ventures.
  • The Smart Cities pathway, developed jointly with the Department of Urban Planning and Design, provides students with the knowledge to promote sustainable development and intelligently address growing urbanisation challenges. The focus is on opportunities that a technologically modern urban area creates to develop assets, resources and services, improving city operations smartly.
  • The Technology Transfer Management pathway, developed jointly with the XJTLU-JITRI Academy of Industrial Technology, highlights the process of achieving scientific and technological research impact in the marketplace and to the broader society. It also provides suitable students with an essential source of innovative creation and an integral part of business development.
  • The Intelligent Robotics pathway, developed jointly by the Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Hub and School of Robotics in Entrepreneur College (Taicang), meanwhile in collaboration with XbotPark (Changzhou) & XJTLU-JITRI. This pathway focuses on the exciting opportunities and challenges of robotics industry in the era of AI, and is dedicated to develop competitive talents to meet the needs of this promising industry through Syntegrative Education (SE). It provides not only the state-of-the-art technical skills through innovative modules but also a solid base for entrepreneurial development in the robotics industry with specific business projects, with excellent mentorship from all partners in the whole cycle.
  • The Strategic Human Resources Management pathway, developed jointly by the Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Hub in Entrepreneur College (Taicang) and the HeXie Academy, deeply cooperates with the industry leading enterprises such as Humanpool, LinLongYun, and BenQ Guru. This pathway focuses on the new challenges and opportunities in the field of human resources (such as intelligent human resources: strategy and practice, talent strategy and ecosystem construction, cross-cultural management and leadership, etc.) in the era of digitalization and AI, and is dedicated to cultivating international, intelligent and strategic human resources talents to meet the needs of future development. It cultivates students’ ability to enable strategic change and innovation in organisations.
  • The Global Public Health Pathway is a cutting-edge, interdisciplinary, multi-campus (SIP and XJTLU Entrepreneur College (Taicang)) pathway that aims to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the increasingly interconnected and complex fields of global public health/epidemiology and entrepreneurship/innovation. Global health challenges, especially in low resource settings (low and middle-income countries), require innovative entrepreneurial solutions that can be scaled up rapidly in order to have a responsive and significant impact.
  • The Smart Ageing and Health Management pathway, jointly developed by the Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Hub in Entrepreneur College(Taicang)and the HeXie Academy, focuses on the use of digital and intelligent technology to empower the collaborative and innovative management in wellbeing of the elderly and industry. We are committed to building a talent pool of silver economy and healthcare innovation ecosystem, contributing to the active response to the ageing population and the enhancement of the wellbeing of the elderly and the society.

 

The Executive Track is perfect for working professionals who want to earn a prestigious international degree on weekends. It covers practical courses in entrepreneurship and innovation, with additional pathways in General Business and Sustainability, all taught by professors with extensive international experience.

Note: For students from this programme who need degree verifications from the Ministry of Education of China, the degree verification only indicates the degree title “MSc Entrepreneurship and Innovation”, without the pathway title.

Projects

Students study on one of the two projects within each of the pathways mentioned above.

  • The entrepreneur project on each pathway takes students through establishing their own start-up business.
  • The intrapreneur project on each pathway takes students to work on a real business case for the second part of their study, using an inductive learning approach.

Program Features

1. Diverse Support for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Projects Realizing the Advantage of Resource Integration

The Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation program at the XJTLU Entrepreneur College (Taicang) provides students with a unique learning platform that fully utilizes the rich academic resources of Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University and combines them with practical platforms such as the XJTLU Innovation Factory and the X3 CoVenture. The aim is to provide students with comprehensive support and resources. Here, students can turn innovative ideas into reality, and continuously explore and develop through experiments, research, and incubation.

The XJTLU Innovation Factory consolidates resources from over 40 laboratories, creating an open and diverse innovation research environment. Whether students wish to participate in corporate projects or realize their own creativity, they can find the necessary support and opportunities here. Furthermore, X3 CoVenture, as a platform dedicated to student innovation and entrepreneurship activities, not only helps students discover and enhance their entrepreneurial potential but also increases the value of their projects and enhances the success rate of entrepreneurship through practical opportunities and resource integration.

Furthermore, XJTLU has established collaborations with numerous cutting-edge enterprises and institutions both domestically and internationally, providing you with abundant opportunities for industry practice. This enables you to gain valuable experience in the fields of innovation and entrepreneurship, assisting every student in their journey towards growth and the realization of their dreams.

2. Interest-Driven Future Development Offering Ten Pathways to Choose From

The Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation program offers ten directions including, business, sustainability, financial technology, etc., encouraging students to pursue learning exploration based on their interests. The program aims to cultivate students with clear pursuits, perseverance in continuous learning, and various abilities required to adapt to society. Meanwhile, the program adopts experiential learning, integrating systematic cutting-edge theoretical knowledge and innovative business models with practical exercises through integrated education. In addition to classroom teaching, various teaching methods such as business projects, case analysis, entrepreneurship exercises, group discussions, industry practices, and thematic seminars are employed to highlight the cultivation of students’ ability to solve problems and create value in real business environments, innovative thinking abilities, entrepreneurial spirit, and to enhance their management skills and entrepreneurial leadership in leading innovative teams.

3. Deep Industry Connections Providing More Opportunities

The XJTLU Entrepreneur College (Taicang), located in Taicang, enjoys a unique geographical location, being close to numerous international companies and high-tech industries, and only a half-hour drive from Shanghai. This location provides students with opportunities for in-depth cooperation with local and surrounding city enterprises and institutions, where they can obtain resource support, participate in practical projects, and experience diverse cultural learning and lifestyles. Additionally, XJTLU’s faculty team comprises top talents from various industries globally, possessing extensive experience in both academia and business fields. These resources collectively create an open environment for innovation and entrepreneurship, stimulating students’ entrepreneurial passion and innovative thinking, and broadening students’ future career paths.

4. Excellent Global Faculty Team Balancing Academic Backgrounds and Industry Experience

Since its establishment in 2018, the XJTLU Entrepreneur College (Taicang) has attracted many teachers from globally renowned universities with international doctoral degrees and rich teaching, research, and industry experience, leveraging its advantages in internationalization, industry orientation, practical experience, and combination of academia and practice. The Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Hub faculty team consists of outstanding professors, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and high-tech industry experts from around the world. They have profound accomplishments in the academic field and are experts in their respective industries, possessing extensive entrepreneurial experience and domestic and international enterprise management experience. Through Syntegrative Education, they guide students to integrate theory with practice, empowering students to break through and develop in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship.

5. World-Class Campus Environment Enriching Academic Life Experience

The XJTLU Entrepreneur College (Taicang) boasts world-class campus facilities and an international learning environment. The campus houses nearly 40 laboratories with a total area of 5,200 square meters, including facilities such as the Haier Carcosa Industrial 4.0 intelligent production line, iFlytek Laboratory, Industrial Internet Comprehensive Laboratory, Game Production Laboratory, Chip Manufacturing Clean Room, etc. These laboratories are equipped with the industry’s most advanced experimental equipment. Additionally, the alumni have access to an internationally standardized temperature-controlled swimming pool and top-notch gymnasium fitness facilities. In addition to studying, students can engage in physical exercise to enhance their physical fitness and improve their overall health.

Knowledge and skills

By the time you graduate from the MSc Entrepreneurship and Innovation programme, you will have gained:

  • advanced awareness of current theories, trends and techniques in the theory, practice and research of Entrepreneurship and Innovation;
  • the ability to compete for opportunities and transform them into viable concepts and business ideas;
  • the skills to plan, manage and resource entrepreneurial business activities;
  • the capability to evaluate, research, write and present business plans/feasibility studies utilising key relevant frameworks and concepts;
  • an understanding of the importance of ethical and social responsibility as well as ethical and social sustainability from a regulatory perspective in entrepreneurialism;
  • experience in managing the next stage of your career in your chosen project; and
  • an entrepreneurial mindset.

This programme offers a unique combination of theory and practical industry-based experience in one of several pathways. It allows you to identify new, innovative and entrepreneurial opportunities, assess their potential and bring ideas to market in many possible forms. We guide you through the development from a general idea to a potential start-up or a corporate-based project.

Dr Shu-Hsiang (Ava) Chen

Programme Director

Messages from pathway directors

Dr Abraham Moskovicz, Pathway Director of Business

“With a competitive Business pathway, this industry-oriented programme focuses on management and leadership within entrepreneurialism. It welcomes you who have developed business ideas and wish to add to the specialist skillsets and expand your ventures and professional networks better and before any potential competitor.”

Dr Mustafa Ozguven, Pathway Director of Sustainability

“The Sustainability pathway is an industry-oriented program focusing on innovation, entrepreneurialism, and sustainability within a regenerative economic system. Sustainable business practices can minimize the cost of operating a business while being environmentally friendly. Transitioning to a more sustainable business model could increase competitiveness, stimulate innovation, boost economic growth, and create employment opportunities.”

Dr Myria Christophini, Pathway Director of Creative Technology

“The Creative Technology pathway is a programme that facilitates learners to apply innovative and entrepreneurial thinking while considering business opportunities in the intersecting fields of the Arts, Technology and Entertainment. It addresses forward-thinking creative industry practitioners who aim to incorporate pre-existing creative technology skills into exciting, innovative business endeavours. “

Dr Peng Liu, Pathway Director of Enterprise Governance, Innovation and Succession

“With a competitive Enterprise Governance, Innovation and Succession pathway, this industry-oriented programme cultivates future family business successors, business partners and professional managers. It provides you with a critical understanding of enterprise governance, innovation and succession. It also prepares you to lead and engage enterprises to sustain continued prosperity and growth.”

Dr Jia Zhai, Pathway Director of FinTech

“With a competitive FinTech pathway, this industry-oriented programme provides you with practical knowledge and experience in the FinTech sector. It blends the relevant hard and soft knowledge and skills, focusing not only on technical programming but also on incorporating elements of digital assets, ethics, regulations, financial governance and innovation. It is perfect for you if you are looking for a postgraduate FinTech programme which develops an understanding of how technology is reshaping the financial industry, creating revenue, strengthening security and adding values. It also enables you to put theory into practice using cutting-edge technologies in the financial workplace.”

Dr Juhyun Lee, Pathway Director of Smart Cities

“With a competitive Smart Cities pathway, this industry-oriented programme provides you with a precious chance to explore entrepreneurial and innovation opportunities and solutions within Smart Cities. You will gain knowledge on assets, resources and services to improve the city operations smartly while developing essential modern skillsets in a real-life context to be a future leader.”

Dr Wei Zhuang, Pathway Director of Technology Transfer Management

“With a competitive Technology Transfer Management pathway, this industry-oriented programme enables you to develop a generous professional knowledge system, helps you get familiar with the concepts of investment and financing and intellectual property, and teaches you to identify the feasibility and maturity of a technology and how to industrialise it successfully. As a good technology transfer manager, achieving others is also achieving yourself.”

Dr Kazi Mostafa, Pathway Director of Technology Transfer Management

“Welcome to the Technology Transfer Management pathway, a unique component of our industry-focused program. This pathway offers a comprehensive professional knowledge system, immersing you in the core concepts of investment and financing, intellectual property, and the critical processes of assessing technology feasibility and maturity for successful industrialisation. Here, you’ll gain the skills to navigate the intricacies of technology transfer and master the art of turning innovative ideas into market-ready solutions. As a future technology transfer manager, you’ll find that your success in facilitating the journey of ideas from the lab to the marketplace is a personal achievement and a contribution to the broader ecosystem of innovation and progress.”

Dr Shenhong Wang, Pathway Director of Intelligent Robotics

“With an amazing Intelligent Robotics (IR) pathway, this industry-oriented programme enables you to develop the capability of turning  exciting ideas into true at a practical approach in the robotics industry. The Syntegrative Education (SE) model covers not only the part of entrepreneurship & innovation but also the engineering part of a typical robot. The kind of systematic capability could support you think bigger not only a single disciplineand make a proper decision beyond the robotics industry in the long-term

Dr Lei Liang, Pathway Director of Strategic Human Resources Management (SHR) pathway

“The technological progress in the era of digital intelligence has widely and profoundly changed the production and life pattern of human beings. Therefore, it is an inevitable choice to understand its emergence causes and evolution mechanism comprehensively and systematically. To respond the strategic issues of human resource management in the new era with forward-looking vision, open thinking, integrated methodology and the HeXie mindset, and then achieve the unification of individual career growth, industrial innovative development, and social synergistic progress, is the important mission.”

Dr Justin Fendos, Pathway Director of Global Public Health Pathway

“This industry-oriented pathway seeks to integrate global health issues with entrepreneurial innovation. It is our goal to provide an outstanding education and broad experiences that empower you to become recognized as a leader in solving the public health challenges you care about. In addition to operating a comprehensive curriculum that builds foundational competence in hands-on professional experience, epidemiology, and business management, we also offer the opportunity for you to apprentice with certified health professionals and develop your own solutions to real-world problems.”

Dr Xiaoming Ding, Pathway Director of the Smart Ageing and Health Management

“The Smart Ageing and Health Management pathway focuses on the construction of a knowledge system of smart ageing and healthcare ecosystem, health management, elderly care, entrepreneurial innovation and eco-operation in the era of digital intelligence. By providing knowledge and skills in international vision, application of digital intelligence technology, wellbeing of the elderly and industry synergy and eco-management, students may deepen their understanding of the current situation and future trends of the industry, and are trained to become industry change leaders, innovative solution providers, and builders of healthcare ecosystems.”

Pathways


Semester 1

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Entrepreneurial Finance

Semester 2

  • Research Methods for Entrepreneurs
  • Business Strategy and Sustainability

Semester 3

  • Strategic Management

Optional Modules

  • Organizational Culture and Cross-Cultural Management
  • Marketing Management

Semester 4

  • Intellectual Property

Optional Modules

  • Leadership
  • Venture Finance
  • Digital Finance

Semester 5 and 6

  • Work Placement
  • Business Start-up

Semester 7

  • Consulting project
  • Business Start-up


Semester 1

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Entrepreneurial Finance

Semester 2

  • Research Methods for Entrepreneurs
  • Business Strategy and Sustainability

Semester 3

  • Strategic Management

Optional Modules

  • Organizational Culture and Cross-Cultural Management
  • Marketing Management

Semester 4

  • Intellectual Property

Optional Modules

  • Leadership
  • Venture Finance
  • Digital Finance

Semester 5 and 6

  • Work Placement
  • Business Start-up

Semester 7

  • Consulting project
  • Business Start-up


Semester 1

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Entrepreneurial Finance

Semester 2

  • Research Methods for Entrepreneurs
  • Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship

Semester 3

  • Strategic Management

Optional Modules

  • Organizational Culture and Cross-Cultural Management
  • Marketing Management

Semester 4

  • Intellectual Property

Optional Modules

  • Business Strategy and Sustainability
  • Game Industry and Culture

Semester 5 and 6

  • Work Placement
  • Business Start-up

Semester 7

  • Consulting project
  • Business Start-up


Semester 1

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Entrepreneurial Finance

Semester 2

  • Research Methods for Entrepreneurs
  • Business Succession and Innovation

Semester 3

  • Family Business Governance

Optional Modules

  • Organizational Culture and Cross-Cultural Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Strategic Management

Semester 4

  • Asset Management and Wealth Succession

Optional Modules

  • Business Strategy and Sustainability
  • Leadership

Semester 5 and 6

  • Work Placement
  • Business Start-up

Semester 7

  • Consulting project
  • Business Start-up


Semester 1

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Fundamentals of FinTech

Semester 2

  • Research Methods for Entrepreneurs
  • Intellectual Property

Semester 3

  • Entrepreneurial Finance
  • Strategic Management

Semester 4

  • Ethics, Risk + Regulation in FinTech

Optional Modules

  • Blockchain Technology in Finance
  • Machine Learning in Finance
  • Digital Finance

Semester 5 and 6

  • Work Placement
  • Business Start-up

Semester 7

  • Consulting project(Applied FinTech Project)
  • Business Start-up


Semester 1

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Digital Transformation for SMART CITIES

Semester 2

  • Research Methods for Entrepreneurs
  • Business Strategy and Sustainability

Semester 3

  • Strategic Management
  • Entrepreneurial Finance

Semester 4

  • Intellectual Property

Optional Modules

  • Sustainable Urban Planning Strategies
  • Spatial Analysis and Visualisation

Semester 5 and 6

  • Work Placement
  • Business Start-up

Semester 7

  • Consulting project
  • Business Start-up


Semester 1

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Entrepreneurial Finance

Semester 2

  • Research Methods for Entrepreneurs
  • Technology Transfer: Theory and Practice

Semester 3

  • Strategic Capabilities for Technology Innovation

Optional Modules

  • Industrial Internet of Things
  • Material Science and Manufacturing Processes

Semester 4

  • Intellectual Property

Optional Modules

  • Business Strategy and Sustainability
  • Technology and Innovation Management

Semester 5 and 6

  • Work Placement
  • Business Start-up

Semester 7

  • Consulting project
  • Business Start-up


Semester 1

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Entrepreneurial Finance

Semester 2

  • Research Methods for Entrepreneurs
  • Robotics Software Design and Machine Learning

Semester 3

  • Contemporary Mechatronics in Intelligent Robotics
  • Intelligent Robotics and Applications

Semester 4

  • Technology Transfer: Theory and Practice
  • Application of Cutting Edge Technologies in Robotics Design

Semester 5 and 6

  • Work Placement
  • Business Start-up

Semester 7

  • Consulting project
  • Business Start-up


Semester 1

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Entrepreneurial Finance

Semester 2

  • Research Methods for Entrepreneurs
  • Digital Talent Ecosystem Management

Semester 3

  • Intelligent HRM: Strategy and practice

Optional Modules

  • Marketing Management
  • Strategic Capabilities for Technology Innovation
  • Organizational Culture and Cross-Cultural Management

Semester 4

  • HR Digital Transformation and Implementation Strategy

Optional Modules

  • Leadership
  • Business Strategy and Sustainability

Semester 5 and 6

  • Work Placement
  • Business Start-up

Semester 7

  • Consulting project
  • Business Start-up


Semester 1

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Entrepreneurial Finance

Semester 2

  • Research Methods for Entrepreneurs
  • Infectious Disease Epidemiology

Semester 3

  • Global Perspectives on Public Health
  • Marketing Management

Semester 4

  • Chronic Disease Epidemiology
  • Field Epidemiology Practicum

Semester 5 and 6

  • Work Placement
  • Business Start-up

Semester 7

  • Consulting project
  • Business Start-up


Semester 1

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Entrepreneurial Finance

Semester 2

  • Research Methods for Entrepreneurs
  • Smart Ageing

Semester 3

  • Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Ageing

Optional Modules

  • Strategic Capabilities for Technology Innovation
  • Intelligent HRM: Strategy and Practice
  • Marketing Management

Semester 4

  • Elderly Care Management

Optional Modules

  • Leadership
  • Financial Health and Wellness
  • Business Strategy and Sustainability

Semester 5 and 6

  • Work Placement
  • Business Startup

Semester 7

  • Consulting Project
  • Business Startup

Mr. Tao Wang, an alumnus of XJTLU, has a bachelor degree in BA Marketing from IBSS at XJTLU. Being an entrepreneur, Mr. Wang founded his own company OM-Class in 2016 before his graduation. With the support of XJTLU and Dushu Lake Entrepreneurship and Development Centre, not only has OM-Class maintained a steady growth, but has also received several awards in its field. With his valuable entrepreneurship experience, he is very keen on studying on this industry-oriented programme.

Prospective student, MSc Entrepreneurship and Innovation

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The Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation program at XJTLU Entrepreneur College (Taicang) offers various specialized projects covering multiple fields such as business, technology, and management to adapt to the constantly changing societal demands. Each specialization represents the future trends in different fields and closely aligns with industry requirements, providing students with up-to-date knowledge and skills. The teaching methodology emphasizes integrating theory and practice, cultivating students' innovative thinking and problem-solving abilities, and2 enabling them to quickly adapt to the ever-changing market environment in their careers. Upon graduation, they will become leaders in various industries, driving sustainable social and economic development.

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