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The Path of Education in Innovative Entrepreneurship for Students in Higher Educational Institutions During the "14th Five Year Plan"

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DOI: 10.38007/Proceedings.0001773

Author(s)

Darui Jiang and Jianping He

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Darui Jiang

Abstract

Abstract: With the expansion of college enrollment and college graduates, difficulties facing college students in finding jobs are becoming increasingly serious. Implementing education on innovative entrepreneurship in higher educational institutions for talents meets needs of the society, which is very effective for improving college students' competitiveness, practical ability and alleviating employment pressure. The 14th Five-Year Plan points out the direction and path for students in innovative entrepreneurship. This paper conducts analysis on the status quo and existing problems of students in higher educational institutions in innovative entrepreneurship , and then explores how higher educational institutions conduct innovative entrepreneurship under the 14th Five-Year Plan, hoping to provide better guidance for students in innovative employment. Education in innovative entrepreneurship is kind of education for the new era with rich connotations. With the expansion of college enrollment and college graduates, difficulties of students in finding jobs are very serious with challenges. Conducting innovative entrepreneurship in higher educational institutions for talents meets the needs of the society, which is very effective for improving college students' competitiveness, practical ability and alleviating employment pressure. Innovative entrepreneurship education in higher educational institutions aims at cultivating talents with innovative awareness and thinking, encouraging them to start businesses, and training students to provide their own quality to meet social needs.

Keywords

Keywords: Innovative Entrepreneurship: College Students; Employment Pressure; Teaching Staff