Some people think that universities should not provide theoretical knowledge; instead, practical training courses should be provided to meet the needs of society. To what extent do you agree with this opinion?
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Whenever a high school senior fills out college applications, he is more likely to consult his parents or some friends for making a right decision. They may instruct him to get through a process which leads him to the right major in a right university, and later, the right job for him. Job-orientated courses are welcomed by most of the students, but still theoretical knowledge plays an important role in society.
On one hand, professional training can help students seek more job pportunities. Since computers are wildly used, a college graduate equipped with advanced knowledge of computer net-work or programming is expected to get a good-paid job. Next, I would like to show another phenomenon in China. After Chinas entry into the WTO, a large number of multinational firms have flooded into many cities and some rural areas. A critical shortage of bilingual persons is signaling to the universities that foreign languages ought to be conducted for all students.