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With the growing trend of international education, universities, and higher education institutions have gradually begun to pay attention to cultivating innovative talents. Among them, the evaluation mechanism of the quality of innovative talents is the path of feedback on innovative education in universities, and it has a vital guiding role in the reform of innovative education. Stakeholder theory is a theoretical guidance to coordinate the development of the overall situation from the manager's point of view. Analyzing the quality evaluation mechanism of innovative talents in international education from the perspective of stakeholders is based on the interests and needs of stakeholders in innovative education, considering the requirements for the quality of innovative talents in highly relevant groups, and timely revising the dynamics of the talent training program mechanism. In this study, fully considering the interests and needs of high-related stakeholders, that is, the social demand for innovative talents, puts forward better revision suggestions for the quality evaluation mechanism of innovative talents in international education and finally gives a simple mechanism feedback model.
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