Bengbu Medical College is a public categorized provincial general medical college. It is located in Bengbu city of Anhui province which is an important transportation hub city in the Huaihe River Basin. It is close to the Qianli Huaihe River and bears the spirit of conserving mountains and rivers. The college has 4 campuses including Longzihu Campus, Zhihuai Campus, Hongye Campus, and Huai Shang Campus, covering an area of more than 1760 acres.
The college was founded in July 1958 to speed up the construction of Anhui province. The former Shanghai Second Medical College along with Anhui Medical College merged to form Bengbu Anti-repair Medical College in August 1968. The Science and Education Section of the State Council issued a notice informing the restoration of Bengbu Medical College in June 1974.
Bengbu Medical College currently has 13044 full-time undergraduate students and 1223 postgraduate students, including foreign graduate students. Now it has 25 full-time undergraduate majors including 4 disciplines of medicine, science, engineering, and management. There are also 6 master’s degree authorization points for basic medicine, clinical medicine, nursing, biology, medical technology, and pharmacy.
The library of Bengbu Medical College has more than 1.146 million books, periodicals, and electronic resources. It has accumulated a wealth of collections in basic medicine, clinical medicine, laboratory medicine, nursing, imaging medicine, pharmacy, preventive medicine, and other fields. The college has contact with the University of Science and Technology of China, the Hefei University of Technology, and key universities of Anhui University to participate in inter library loan services and helps readers obtain urgently needed literature through co-construction and sharing channels.
In recent years, Bengbu Medical College has undertaken more than 70 projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, more than 10 projects of various ministerial levels, and more than 400 provincial research projects. The college has published 7000 papers of various types, of which more than 800 papers are included in SCI and EI. The college has also published more than 120 textbooks and monographs.
There are international academic exchange activities, with the United States, France and other countries. The college has invited the United States, Japan, Germany, Australia, Thailand, Canada, and other foreign experts and scholars to give lectures in the college. Some teachers go abroad to study.
Application fee 1,000 RMB (Approx. 150 U$D) Non-Refundable after issuance of Admission Letter.
Bengbu is a prefecture-level city situated towards the north-central part of Anhui Province. The name Bengbu stands for “Oyster Wharf” in Chinese. Renowned for freshwater pearl fishery, Bengbu is also known by the name ‘Pearl City’. Huaihe River Culture has its origins in the city.
Located towards the southeast of North China Plain, the urban area of Bengbu is divided into two, namely the greater Bengbu which is situated on the southern bank of Huai River, and little Bengbu which is situated on the northern bank. On the eastern side of the urban area, lies the Dragon Lake.
The city had a population of 3,164,467, as per the 2010 census, with the metro area having nearly a million residents in four peripheral towns. Huaiyuan county and Fengyang county in Chuzhou will be part of the city in near future.
The high-speed Beijing-Shanghai Railway, or the Jinghu Railway serves the Bengbu South Railway Station. The latter has a 20,000 sq. metre space that has been designed by architects of the University of Southern California. The high-speed railway has hourly direct trains to Beijing, Shanghai and other big cities.
Bengbu Airport is a dual-use airport, operating mainly for military purposes, with provisions for future civilian use.
Bengbu’s food industries have had a strong presence in the Anhui Province, with them making up for a 44% of Bengbu’s industrial production. Engineering works, textiles, glass making, chemicals and electronics are some of the other industries functioning in the area, with light textile occupying a prominent position.
Bengbu produces oil, vegetables, meat and aquatic products in abundance. Peanut remains the major produce of the area. The pomegranates from Huaiyuan county as well as the crabs from Wuhe county, are famous in China.
In Bengbu, the summers are hot, muggy, and wet; the winters are very cold and snowy; and it is partly cloudy year round. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 28°F to 90°F and is rarely below 21°F or above 98°F.