Research on the Integration of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education and Ideological and Political Education in Universities

Litao SHI


In the current social environment, innovation and entrepreneurship education and ideological and political education have become indispensable contents of talent cultivation in colleges and universities. Among them, ideological and political education guided by Marxism ideology and theory has played a value-leading role in the development of mass innovation education, while mass innovation education has greatly enriched and expanded the connotation and outer edge of ideological and political education, and further improved the discipline system. In recent years, both entrepreneurship and innovation education and ideological and political education in Chinese universities have shown a vigorous development momentum, but both are also facing more problems and challenges. This paper analyzes how to promote the linkage between innovation and entrepreneurship education and ideological and political education, and clarifies the dialectical relationship between the two. The necessity of their integration is discussed on this basis, and finally relevant countermeasures are put forward in order to contribute to the cultivation of high-quality talents in colleges and universities.


Innovation and entrepreneurship education; Ideological and political education; Universities; Integration

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