CE  Vol.3 No.6 , October 2012
Discussion on Training Mode of “Profession + English” Inter-Disciplinary Talents
ABSTRACT
Inter-disciplinary talents with one professional skill and proficient in English are the type of talents most lacking in the Chinese market and most desired by enterprises. This paper presents a definition for the “profession + English” inter-disciplinary talents, and analyzes the demand of this type of talents by the society. On this basis, factors affecting the training of this type of inter-disciplinary talents are analyzed, and methods to realize this training mode are discussed from five aspects.

Cite this paper
Wang, H. , Liu, X. , Li, L. , Luo, S. , Guo, X. & Yan, L. (2012). Discussion on Training Mode of “Profession + English” Inter-Disciplinary Talents. Creative Education, 3, 729-732. doi: 10.4236/ce.2012.36108.
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