Dehong Vocational College
Dehong Vocational College
Introduction to Dehong Vocational College
Dehong Vocational College (德宏职业学院, website) is a full-time public higher vocational college focusing on medicine and engineering. Its predecessor was Dehong Vocational School of Health, founded in 1960. It was upgraded to Dehong Vocational College in 2008, The Ministry of Education’s examination and approval formally recruited full-time college students. In 2013, the school passed the assessment and acceptance of national talent training and characteristic construction. In 2014, it was included in Yunnan Province as one of the 12 national universities created by the province. Member of Lancang River-Mekong Vocational Education Alliance. In August 2017, it was listed by the Provincial Department of Education as the construction unit of 10 high-quality vocational colleges in the province. In September 2018, the school was selected as the top 15 action plan for improving the management level of Yunnan vocational colleges, and the automotive project was selected as a typical case of higher vocational education. The Ministry of Education of the secondary vocational national model school passed the acceptance check.
The school covers an area of 800 acres and has 432 teaching and administrative staff, including 100 ethnic minorities, accounting for 23.15% of the total teaching and administrative staff. There are 11,149 enrolled students, including 3,952 students from ethnic minorities, accounting for 35.45% of the total number of students in the school, and 39 students from Myanmar.
The school has 5 party and mass departments, 8 administrative departments, 12 teaching institutions, and 1 ethnic medicine research center. There are 82 majors in five majors: medicine, finance, electromechanical, automotive, and tourism. There are various types and levels of education, including colleges, five-year colleges, technical secondary schools, and technicians. It recruits students in and around Yunnan province.
Dehong Vocational College adheres to the school’s mission of being rooted in the frontiers and serving the society, promoting the campus culture spirit of “upward, good, sunny, righteous,” adhering to connotative development, developing schools based on characteristics, and training more than 50,000 skill-based people in frontier ethnic regions Talents, trained more than 500 medical personnel and skilled personnel for Myanmar, and graduated students have made positive contributions to border stability, economic development, border defense consolidation, and harmony between the border and the people.
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