Professional Graduate Degree Options in China: How to Meet Future Needs for Innovation and Higher Efficiency in the Cellulose-based Industries

Congcong Chi, Sufeng Zhang, Bin Zhang, Sen Wang, Yangyu Wu, Yahui Gong

Abstract


The education system for professional graduate students is still incomplete in China nowadays, and this can lead to a lack of fit of their ability with the needs of modern enterprises and society. With the development of technology and the change of social needs, many traditional pulp and paper industries are being forced to transform. Thus, the cultivation of sophisticated versatile talents with preferable engineering and innovative ability is urgent in cellulose-based industries.

Keywords


Professional degree; Innovation; Cellulose-based industries

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