Yong'an Cao's Personal Bio



Name: Yong’an Cao  

Professional Title: Professor

Duty: Founder and President of Qiqihar Institute of Engineering

Academic Posts

Executive Vice President of National Alliance of Applied Course Construction and Director of its Academic Committee;

Academic Committee Member of National Association of Vocational Education;

Director of the Academic Committee of Qiqihar Institute of Engineering.

Social Concurrent Posts:

1999 to present Professor of National Academy of Education Administration;

2008 to present Vice President of China Association for Non-Government Education

2015 to present Professor of National Institute of Education Policy;

2008 to 2017 Vice Director of Educational Management Committee of China Association of Higher Education;

2015 to 2019 Vice President of China Adult Education Association.

Research Interests:

Educational Management, Course Construction.

Honorary Titles

Model worker and special-class model worker in Qiqihar, Heilongjiang Province, China

One of the thirty outstanding contributors during the thirty years since Reform and Opening-up

Model worker of Heilongjiang Province, China

National May 1 labor medalist

One of the Second Session of Huang Yanpei National Excellent Presidents.

Academic Achievements


The monograph named The Application of ISO9000 in College Management was awarded the third prize of Natural Science in Heilongjiang Province, 2003.


[1]Yong’an Cao, Chuanbao Wu, Youfeng Bo, Dongze Yu, Xiaoqiang Zhu. Research on the Credit Recognition of New Vocational Farmers’ Training Based on “PDCA Mode” - Taking the Course System of Planting Major as an Example[J/OL]. China Training: 1[2020-02-13]. https://doi.org/10. 14149/j.cnki.ct.20170622.097.

[2]Yong’an Cao. The Practice and Thoughts on Government Purchasing Education Service[J]. Fen Dou, 2017(04): 61-62.

[3]Yong’an Cao. The Last Mile of Transformation for the Institutions of Higher Learning[J]. Chinese Vocational and Technical Education, 2017(02): 49-52.

[4]Yong’an Cao. Comprehending Vocational Education Back to the Origin Point[N]. ZHONGGUO JIAOYU BAO, 2015-08-10 (003).

[5]Yong’an Cao. Starting from Spring-- the Perception from Three Times of Trusting Education[J]. Journal of Qiqihar Vocational College, 2014, 8(01): 1-5.

[6]Yong’an Cao. The Perception from a Survey of American Community Colleges[J]. Vocational and Technical Education, 2013, 34(18): 72-77.

[7]Yong’an Cao. Opportunities and Challenges for the Development of Chinese Private Higher Education[J]. Journal of National Academy of Education Administration, 2013(03): 3-6.

[8]Yong’an Cao. The View of “Three Boundaries” in Vocational Education[J]. Vocational and Technical Education, 2012, 33(18): 66-67.

[9]Yong’an Cao. An Effective Way to Solve the Problem of “Difficult Enrollment and Recruitment”-- “Integration of College and Enterprises, Integration of Production and Learning”[J]. Vocational and Technical Education, 2011, 32(18): 60-62.

[10]Yong’an Cao. A Study on the Running Mode of the Cooperation between Government and Colleges-- On the Running of Applied Local Colleges[J]. Journal of National Academy of Education Administration, 2011(01): 11-13.

[11]Yong’an Cao. Discipline and Specialty Construction of Applied Undergraduate Colleges- Taking Qiqihar Vocational College as an Example[J]. Journal of National Academy of Education Administration, 2010(05): 3-6.

[12]Yong’an Cao, Bei Wang, Runlin Yu. Review and Prospect of Chinese Private Higher Education[J]. Journal of National Academy of Education Administration, 2006(07): 40-45.

[13]Yong’an Cao. On Property Rights of Private Colleges[J]. Journal of Huanghe S&T University, 2003(03): 78-81.

[14]Yong’an Cao. Practice and Understanding of Democratic Management in Private Colleges[J]. Education and Vocation, 2003(13): 32-33.

PS: There are another 51 articles, and you can find the details in CNKI.