The Core of Constructing World-class Universities in China is to Cultivate First-Class Talents

Hui YU, Zhongqiu ZHANG

Abstract


Based on a systematic review of new deployment and new requirements from the Chinese government of higher education in the new situation, the article deeply analyzes the important position, the difficulties and reform measures of talent cultivation in recognized world-class universities. The research points out that the core of the construction of the first-class universities in China’s universities is to cultivate first-class talents. From three aspects of enrollment, cultivation and employment, the article clarifies the development path of first-class talents, focusing on the core link of talent-cultivation process. According to the needs of the country and the new era, the target and positioning of talent cultivation need to be adjusted, the cultivation program based on the change of educational concepts needs to be reconstructed, and implementation of the program needs to be ensured by deepening the reform of the teaching management mode and the reform of education and teaching methods, hence, improving the quality of the talent cultivation.


Keywords


Word first-class universities; First-class talents; All-round development; Complete credit system

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10397

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