Research on Countermeasures of Improving Postgraduate Training Quality in Post-Epidemic Period in China

Xin Gao


Postgraduate education in China is at an essential stage of transformation from a big country to a powerful nation. Improving the quality of training is an inevitable choice to serve the strategic adjustment of the country, to cope with the changes of international competition and the law of things’ development. The epidemic’s impact has caused a more complicated external environment, which has a long-term effect on graduate education, which means that the improvement of graduate training quality in the post-epidemic period will have more practical significance. In the post-epidemic period, the “new normal” of postgraduate training will accelerate reconstruction. However, at present, problems such as insufficient international influence, involution, structural imbalance, and imperfect training mechanism of postgraduate education in China may restrict the improvement of training quality in the post-epidemic period. This paper suggests that the country, schools, graduate students, and teachers should take multiple measures to improve the quality of postgraduate training and help China’s high-quality development and reshape the international pattern.

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