The Application of AHP Method in the Successful Elements Selections in the After-Class School in Taiwan


The purpose of this paper is to aim at the successful elements in the after-class school in Taiwan. The study adopted the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) techniques as the research methodology. A model has been proposed to evaluate the best treatment and disposal technology. As well, Expert opinions have been incorporated in the selection of criteria. AHP has been used to determine the weights of criteria, followed by available ranking. Through quantitative weightings from the AHP model were calculated to identify the priorities of alternatives. The study provides a simple framework to the complex models. The model identifies A successful after-class school should be familiar in the education market, which can in response to the internal and external changes positively. BY the word of mouth publicity to attract parents to allow students to join the after-class school. Therefore, the key success factor of specialized education will directly affect the future development and direction of the after-class school.The model provides market scale and tuition cost but not education quality as the major elements which influence the after-class school success or not. Currently the education of after-class school already reaches up to a standard level so that market scale and tuition cost becomes the most important elements. Hence after-class school has to determine the price due to the supply and demand market according to the local market scale. That is the key to keep the successful elements in the after-class school market.

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Cheng Fang Hsu, Shu Te University, Taiwan
I Ting Hsu, Shu Te University, Taiwan
Yi Chun Huang, Shu Te University, Taiwan
Hui Chun Lu, Shu Te University, Taiwan
Hui Ling Chung , Shu Te University, Taiwan

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Conference: ACEID2017
Stream: Economic management of education

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