“Internet +” Thinking and New Model of Financial Engineering Professionals Training

Yanfen TIAN, Hang ZHOU

Abstract


In the modern era, “Internet +” is integrated into all aspects of life and is known for its convenience and efficiency. Financial engineering is the subject of efficient and creative solutions to financial problems. The development of financial engineering is inseparable from the development of Internet technology. The fast and efficient characteristics of “Internet +” are in line with the needs of financial engineering talent training. This paper analyzes the training objectives of financial engineering talents and the demand of market talents, and explores how to carry out a new mode of training new talents in financial engineering under the “Internet +” thinking, namely, the training model of theoretical talents, the training mode of scientific and technological talents and the cultivation of practical talents mode.


Keywords


Internet +; Financial engineering; Talent training model

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Fu, T. Y. (2019). Research on talent training model based on blockchain management thinking and post professional ability--A case study of finance major in private colleges and universities. Journal of Taiyuan Urban Vocational and Technical College, (5), 124-126.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11387

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