The German Vocational Education Model and the Development of Applied Science University is a course that systematically introduces the development and model of applied higher education in Germany. Germany's applied science universities, comprehensive universities, art academy and conservatory of music constitute the German higher education system. Germany's applied science university was incorporated into higher education in the 1960s. In 1970, it was granted the right to confer a doctorate in engineering, and gained a certain position in higher education. Applied science university (Fachhochschule, applied science university in English), have the unique educational mission of training high-level applied talents and emphasizing the development of students' practical skills. There are more than 200 applied science universities in Germany, students account for about 30% of all students enrolled.
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Dr. Falk Hoehn, male, was the President of the
Stralsund FH: Fachhochschule Stralsund in Germany, Vice President of Hannover University of Applied Sciences and Arts, German Dean of Deutsche Hochschule Hefei (DHH) and Professor of Industrial Design. He is the recipient of the Chinese National Friendship Award. since 2002, he has cooperated with Hefei Institute to promote the establishment of Stralsund Confucius Institute in Germany and served as the foreign dean. Professor Hoehn was once appointed by the Education Department of Anhui Province as the vice president of Hefei college, and wrote the Investigation Report of Applied Higher Education in Anhui Province, which was a guide for the development of applied higher education in Anhui Province and promoted the reform of applied talents training in relevant universities in China and Germany.
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