Article of American Journal of Education and Humanities 

The Experience and Exploration of Young University Teachers Training Abroad

Jianhang Yu
Southwest University

With the development of economic globalization, the requirement of "double first-class" construction has made the importance of the international development of university faculty particularly prominent, and the training of young university teachers abroad is one of the very important development paths. The article expounds the significance of foreign training of young teachers in universities and existing models, analyzes the problems faced, and proposes the next step of exploration.

"Double first-class"; Young teachers training abroad

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