Guangshe Jia

Work place: Economics and Management School of Tongji University, Shanghai,China

E-mail: jiagsh803@yahoo.com.cn

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Research Interests: Engineering

Biography

Guangshe Jia, male, born in 1956, Shandong´╝îChina, bachelor degree graduated in 1982 from industrial and civil architecture of Xinjiang Institute of Technology, master degree graduated in 1989 from School of Economics management of Tongji University, doctor degree graduated in 2000 from School of Economics management of Tongji University. His main studying direction is project management, Construction Project Information Management and Large-scale Construction Project Controlling. He is an Associate Professor of School of Economics management of Tongji University, his main works are as follows: Project Control, Guangshe Jia, Tongji University Press,2003,ISBN7-5608-2541-9/TU•479;Engineering Contract Management ,Guangshe Jia, Tongji University Press ,2005,ISBN7-5608-3042-0/TU.601;study on Largescale Construction Project Controlling model, Guangshe Jia,China Civil Engineering Journal ,2003. Associate Professor Jia is the member of PMI-Project Management Institute.

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Research on Five Stakeholders & Five Relationships of Higher Engineering Education in China

By Guangshe Jia Chengbin Xiao

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijmecs.2009.01.08, Pub. Date: 8 Oct. 2009

With the development of globalization, higher engineering education has been on the rise which includes five Stakeholders and five relationships. This paper will discuss five relations of higher engineering education: teaching, research and social services, professional education and humanity education, ability education and knowledge education, theoretical teaching and practical teaching, development of education and development of national and regional economy. Among them, teaching, research and social services are three major functions of higher engineering universities; professional education and humanity education, ability education and knowledge education, theoretical teaching and practical teaching are the goals of higher engineering education; development of education and development of national and regional economy involve the interaction between higher engineering universities and society. Furthermore, the five stakeholders are students, teachers, universities, employers and governments. The five relationships and five stakeholders of higher engineering education are reunified firstly, and at the same time, the driving force of various interests of higher engineering education is analyzed thoroughly at the higher level for guiding and enlightening the future development of our country’s higher engineering education.

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