جۆری توێژینه‌وه‌: Original Article

نوسه‌ران

1 Technical Administration Department , Technical College of Administration , Sulaimani Polytechnic University

2 The Centre for Scientific Research and Strategic Studies , Lebanese French University

3 Department of Management and Marketing , Faculty of Economics and Management , University Putra Malaysia

پوخته‌

This study aims to identify the relation between the university education  management and vocational development, using the analytical descriptive method based on data on vocational development.
The research also aims to measure the relationship between the university education management and vocational development and their dimensions from the point of view of university leaders and teachers in polytechnic universities in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. To achieve the goal designed a questionnaire consisting of (31) paragraph to collect data on the field side, where 500 questionnaires were distributed to university leaders and lecturers at polytechnic universities in (Erbil, Sulaimani, Dohuk). 452 questionnaires were returned for analysis. The most important conclusions were that the existence of a positive moral relationship between the university education management and vocational development in polytechnic universities in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Accordingly the researchers made a number of recommendations, the most important is need to work to improve the university performance of polytechnic universities of the Kurdistan region of Iraq by making practical use of variables that directly or indirectly affect the vocational development.

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