Guizhou Medical University was formerly known as “Guiyang Medical College”. Its predecessor was “National Guiyang Medical College”, which was established in 1938. It was one of the nine higher medical schools at the time directly under the Ministry of Education. Under the leadership of Professor Li Zongen, an expert in early tropical diseases and medical educator of the Medical College, Yang Chongrui, Zhu Zhangye, Tang Peisong, Jia Kui, Yang Jishi, Liu Weide, Hong Qian, Lin Shaowen, Hou Baozhen, Zhang Xiaoyi, Guo Bingkuan, Wang Jiwu, Zhu Yigen, A large number of well-known domestic experts and scholars such as Li Ruilin, Li Yi, and Wang Zhijun gathered in the National Guiyang Medical College, making it known as the “Little Concorde” at that time, and creating a precedent for higher education in Guizhou.
Guizhou Medical University covers an area of 1868 acres, 8 affiliated hospitals, 11 non-affiliated hospitals, 6 teaching hospitals, and 82 non-clinical professional practice teaching bases. Has multiple scientific research platforms and innovation teams, including 4 national-level scientific research platforms, 7 ministerial-level committees, 22 provincial-level, 18 department-level, 13 university-level; 21 provincial-ministerial innovation teams, 16 department-level innovation teams .
Guizhou Medical University has 21 teaching units and 37 undergraduate majors. 2 doctoral degree authorization points for first-level disciplines (academic degree authorization points for first-level disciplines in basic medicine, 1 academic degree authorization points for first-class disciplines in public health and preventive medicine), and 1 doctoral degree authorization point (for doctoral degrees in clinical medicine) There are 10 doctoral degree authorization points for secondary disciplines.
Guizhou Medical University currently has more than 22,300 full-time students (including more than 2,100 graduate students and more than 300 international students). The school has accumulated more than 58,500 full-time graduates (including more than 7,300 graduate students) for the society. The school and its affiliated hospitals have 4,894 on-the-job employees, 390 have doctorates, and 1,603 have senior professional and technical teachers.
From 2011 to 2018, Guizhou Medical University won 57 national, provincial and ministerial scientific and technological achievements awards, including 1 second prize for national scientific and technological progress, 1 highest science and technology award in Guizhou, 5 and 2 first prizes in science and technology in Guizhou. 16 awards; undertook more than 2,580 scientific research projects at various levels, including key projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, National Science and Technology Support Plan, major projects of the Ministry of Science and Technology, international scientific and technological cooperation projects of the Ministry of Science and Technology, and national natural science foundations More than 350. It has obvious characteristics in the fields of endemic disease research, research and development of traditional Chinese medicine and national medicine, tissue engineering stem cell biomedicine research, pathogenic biology research, and transformation of scientific research results.
Initial Deposit 2,000 RMB (Approx. 150 U$D) Non-Refundable after issuance of Admission Letter.
Guiyang, capital of Guizhou Province, is located in the southwest of China, on the eastern side of the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau. It is a transfer point between most China cities, and the various ethnic minorities’ villages in the province. It is said that in ancient times, the city was surrounded by dense bamboo groves, and was famous for producing a musical instrument known as Zhu. Hence the city is also called Zhu for short.
The city is renowned for its colorful culture, represented by various ethnic groups and its special landform – Karst. Guiyang is home to more than 30 minority ethnic groups including, Miao, Buyi, Dong and Hui. Consequently, it abounds with unique folk culture and traditions that give rise to colorful ethnic minority activities.
Surrounded by mountains and forests, the city has pretty well environment. As in other Spring Cities; like Kunming, Guiyang is a popular summer resort city in China. The climate is often mild and moist, neither extremely hot nor cold. Spring, summer, and autumn are all wonderful seasons for sightseeing.
The local Guizhou food is spicy, some like the Sichuan Cuisine, or Hunan Cuisine. The Miao people in Guizhou prefer sour flavor; their Fish in Sour Soup is a must-try.
Souvenirs with ethnic minority characteristics are popular with tourists. Items such as their festival costumes, masks, and embroideries can be purchased in the shopping streets in Guiyang City, such as Beijing Road, Zhonghua Road, and Yan’an Road.Local people keep a habit of going to bed late and getting up late, so their nightlife is rich. The night display at Jiaxiu Tower area is enchanting.
In Guiyang, the wet season is warm, humid, and mostly cloudy and the dry season is cold and partly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 36°F to 82°F and is rarely below 28°F or above 88°F.