Analysis of Teaching Reform of International Finance Course in Application-Oriented Undergraduate Colleges and Universities: Taking Economics College of Changchun University as an Example

Jing XU

Abstract


With the further internationalization of RMB and its rising international status, the Chinese government, enterprises and individuals have been involved in international business activities thoroughly and extensively, compared with the situation before entering WTO. Under the backdrop, the employers ask for more qualifications of the talents in International Finance. However, there are still problems in teaching content, teaching materials, teaching methods and practical teaching design, etc. of International Finance course in many colleges and universities, and the teaching quality fails to meet the requirements of the employers, resulting in imbalance between supply and demand. The paper tries to explore the problems in the teaching process of International Finance and proposes some suggestions for improvement in teaching content, teaching materials, teaching methods and practical teaching and examination reform, etc.


Keywords


International finance; Application-oriented; Teaching reform practical teaching

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10271

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