Taking the engineering courses “Introduction to Mechanical Engineering” and “Machining Process” taught by the author at Beihang University’s International School as examples, this article systematically analyzed the current status and background of international student education, focused on research strategies for interdisciplinary education and industry-education integration innovation models from the perspectives of technical demands, student needs, and societal requirements. This article aims to cultivate highly qualified international students who come to China for their studies, help them better adapt to China’s social employment environment, and enhance their capabilities for career development in China. This article proposes a comprehensive set of innovative teaching models for mechanical engineering courses for international students at Beihang University, which encompasses eight key aspects, including talent development programs, curriculum outline reforms, optimization of classroom teaching content, respect for individual student characteristics, the establishment of practical teaching components, the use of open-ended assignments to stimulate enthusiasm for learning, the cultivation of international students’ interest in China, their belief in developing friendships with China, and their goals of staying in China, and the incorporation of external experts to facilitate industry-education integration





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