Jinzhou Medical University originated from the Health School of Liaoji Military Region, which was founded in 1946 during the War of Liberation and was moved to Jinzhou of Liaoning Province in 1949. The school developed into Jinzhou Medical College in 1958 and the name was changed into Liaoning Medical University in 2006. In the next year, LMU passed the teaching proficiency testing of Ministry of Education with excellent performance. The university was officially renamed Jinzhou Medical University in March 2016 under the approval of Ministry of Education. Through 70 years of development, JZMU has developed into a provincial medical university with chiefly medical-based, multi-level, multidisciplinary and multi-form education. Jinzhou Medical University covers an area of 915 acres, including general higher education, adult education, higher vocational education and international students education. In 1984, university began to grant master degree. In 1999, it received qualification of granting master degree for those with the same level of education. In 2003, approved by the Ministry of Education, our university began to make joint training program with China Medical University to cultivate graduates for Ph.D degrees. Now, there are 8 first -level disciplines authorized to offer master degree, 59 second-level disciplines authorized to offer master degree and 4 disciplines authorized to offer professional master degree.
Jinzhou Medical University has 124 professional teaching practice base, among which there are three directly affiliated hospitals and seven indirectly affiliated hospitals. The First Affiliated Hospital is the biggest third-level Grade- A hospital in western Liaoning, one of the three major regional medical centers of Liaoning Province, the national standardized training base for coronary intervention. The Second Affiliated Hospital is the national standardized training base for chief physician (oral cavity), the clinical training base for professional nurses affiliated to Chinese Stomatological Association, the clinical training center for stomatology, the base promoting popular science of oral health of Liaoning Province, and the center for diagnosing and treating oral disease in western Liaoning. The Third Affiliated Hospital is the third-level Grade-A hospital, the rehabilitation center for occupational injuries, the center for diabetes prevention and the center for diabetic eye diseases prevention in western Liaoning Province. The three affiliated hospital has made great contributions to the fast and harmonious development of the regional medical and health career.
At the moment, JZMU has two dormitory buildings with a total of 141 rooms for foreign students. In each room there is a small entry corridor with two closets and the door to the bathroom. The room itself is about 150 square feet.
Each room is equipped with beds, a wardrobe, a desk and chair, a side table, a television (with the reception of all Chinese channels and satellite). Each room has at least one large window.
Application fee 1,000 RMB (Approx. 150 U$D) Non-Refundable after issuance of Admission Letter.
The City of Jinzhou is located in the southwest of Liaoning Province and sits at the east end of Western Liaoning Corridor, and has been the political, economic, cultural and transportation center of Western Liaoning Corridor since ancient times. Written into the royal history due to mulberry-planting and brocade-weaving, Jinzhou has long been known as a City of Brocade.
Jinzhou is the regional center city in western Liaoning region. With a history of 2,200 years, the City of Jinzhou got its name since the Liao Dynasty. In 1949 at the founding of the People’s Republic of China, Jinzhou became the Capital City of Liaoxi (Western Liaoning) Province and the regional political, economic and cultural center city in western Liaoning region. The City serves as a transportation hub connecting North China and Northeast China, with Beijing-Harbin Railway,Jinzhou-Chengde Railway, Qinhuangdao-Shenyang Passenger Railway, Beijing-Shenyang Highway, Jinzhou-Fuxin Highway, Jinzhou-Chaoyang Highway all running through the city.
Jinzhou is a city with a number of national awards. The ability for education and scientific research ranks third in Liaoning Province. It has 9 universities and colleges, including Bohai University, Liaoning University of Technology, Jinzhou Medical University and so on.
Jinzhou is a city with a lot of delicious foods. Jinzhou is rich in delicious food with distinctive characteristics. You can not only enjoy a strong northeast flavor, but also taste the flavors from all other parts of China. If a kind of diet needs to be taken as a symbol of a city, then barbecue is the representative of Jinzhou.
In the new era, Jinzhou is striving forward along with a number of favorable national policies and strategies, including China’s Belt & Road Initiative, National Strategy of Collaborative Development of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei Province and National Strategy of Revitalizing the Old Industrial Bases in Northeast China. Jinzhou is deepening its reform and opening-up by further developing its seaport and industrial sectors through international cooperation, and is aiming to play well its role as the regional center city in western Liaoning by focusing on rule of law, innovation, coordination, ecology and sustainability.
In Jinzhou, the summers are long, warm, humid, wet, and partly cloudy and the winters are freezing, snowy, windy, and mostly clear. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 17°F to 84°F and is rarely below 7°F or above 90°F.