The course of public postgraduate English began to be offered in 1978. Over the past years, it has been taught by a contingent of high quality, competent and experienced teachers. Teaching and Research Office of Postgraduate English now has five teachers including two associate professors. All the young teachers hold a Master’s degree or higher degree. The powerful contingent of teachers has a reasonable structure. Teaching and Research Office of Postgraduate English undertakes English teaching of doctoral students and master students of non-English specialty of the university. In recent years, the teachers have explored teaching reform and course construction, having made outstanding achievements. They have successively won one provincial-level excellent course and two university-level prizes for excellent teaching achievements, undertaken nine provincial-level and university-level projects, published over 40 theses and more than ten textbooks and reference books.