FACTS, CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENTERPRISE AND HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
Keywords:Situation, challenges, solutions, results, enterprises and schools.
The dialectical relationship between enterprises and higher education institutions has not been clearly resolved both in theory and in empirical planning. Higher education institutions provide the employment world with a strong knowledge workforce but still fail to meet employer expectations. What is the cause?
The problem has a possible answer if and only when we can solve the reality and challenge of connecting educational institutions with businesses; having a synchronous solution, having a common voice on the link between educational institutions and enterprises in terms of training programs, testing and evaluation, building parallel training plans, ..to meet expectations. related parties.
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