Top Medical Universities in China

1- JILIN UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program:MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI approved
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5years+1 year internship
Jilin University Fee Structure:
The tuition fee of Jilin University: 33,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Jilin University: 6,000RMB/YEAR
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Jilin University (JLU; simplified Chinese: 吉林大学; traditional Chinese: 吉林大學; pinyin: Jílín Dàxué;
often abbreviated JLU or 吉大) located in Changchun, founded in 1946, is a leading national research
university under the direct jurisdiction of China’s Ministry of Education.It is a Chinese Ministry of
Education Class A Double First Class University.It is strongly supported by state key projects such as
Project 985, Project 211 and Project 2011. Jilin university is one of the top 45 listed medical universities
in China and approved by MOE china to teach MBBS in English..Jilin University is consistently ranked as
one of the most prestigious universities in China, and has research projects in automobile engineering,
chemistry, computer science, electrical engineering and biology be identified as internationally
renowned.In 2017, the university is supported to achieve “world-class” academic status under the Double
First Class University Plan by China. JLU’s alumni include the Vice Premier of the People’s Republic of
China Liu Yandong, and 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo.
Founded in 1946 as the Northeast College of Administration in Harbin, Heilongjiang, Jilin University
merged with many universities and colleges and changed its name many times. In May 1948, the
Northeast Administration College merged with the Harbin University and was renamed Northeast
Academy of Science. In November 1948, the Northeast Academy of Science moved to Shenyang,
Liaoning and restored the name of Northeast Administration College. In 1950, it was renamed as
Northeast People’s University. After the Korean War broke out, it was relocated to Changchun, Jilin. In
1958, it was renamed Jilin University.

In 2000, the former Jilin University, the former Jilin University of Technology, the former Norman Bethune
University of Medical Sciences, the former Changchun University of Science and Technology
(established 1951) and the former Changchun Institute of Posts and Telecommunications combined to
form the current Jilin University. On August 29, 2004, the former University of Military Logistics also
merged with JLU. The university established a campus in Zhuhai in 2003.

Jilin University Academics
The university has seven campuses in six districts that are home to 47 colleges covering 13 academic
disciplines, including philosophy, economics, law, literature, education, history, science, engineering,
agriculture, medicine, management, military science and art. The university has 5 state key laboratories,
1 national engineering laboratory, 6 national-local joint laboratories, 1 national engineering and
technology research center, 6 humanities and social science key research bases of the Ministry of
Education, 10 key laboratories of the Ministry of Education ,5 engineering research centers of the
Ministry of Education and 18 key laboratories of other ministries.

It is a comprehensive and national key university.JLU offers a variety of degree programs. It has 129
undergraduate programs, 304 Master’s degree programs, 244 doctoral degree programs, and 42 centers
for post-doctoral studies, 47 first-class university and discipline construction projects. There are 73,702
full-time students, with 27,397 postgraduate students, 43,260 undergraduate and college students, over
2,000 overseas students.

There are 6,657 faculty members in total, among which there are 2,110 professors and 1,618 doctoral
advisors. There are 43 members of Chinese Academy of Sciences or Chinese Academy of Engineering
(including 33 adjunct members),7 senior professors of philosophical and social sciences, 20 members of
assessment group of the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council, 29 involved in the “Ten
Thousand Talents Program”, 8 national-level outstanding teachers, 5 chief experts in research and
construction projects of the Marxism theory in the central government, 6 chief scientists in the national
“Program 973”, 15 young and middle-aged experts with prominent contribution, 59 selected in the
“Changjiang Scholars Program”, 33 winners of the “National Outstanding Youth Fund”, 31 winners of
“National Excellent Youth Fund” and 90 selected in “Changbai Mountain Scholars” in Jilin Province.

Jilin University Facilities
There are more than 50 multimedia and language learning audiovisual classrooms. Special attention has
been paid to the construction of 20 basic science laboratories.

The university library claims a collection of 7.57 million books and is designated as the library of United
Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), United Nations Industrial
Development Organization (UNIDO) and World Bank. It serves as the Comprehensive Information
Center of Liberal Arts of the Education Ministry, the only Foreign Scientific Text Book Center in Northeast
China, and the National Humanities and Social Science Higher Education Books Import Center. It is one
of the seven centers of China Academic Library and Information System (CALIS) Center in Northeast
China.

Several campuses have gymnasiums, stadiums, and arenas for basketball, volleyball, table tennis and
artistic gymnastics. The Nanling Campus Stadium, which has a grass soccer field surrounded by
standard synthetic racetracks, has 10,000 seats. There are tennis and basketball courts throughout the
campus.

Jilin University has established ties with more than 289 universities, colleges, and research institutes in
39 countries/districts. Over 2,000 foreign students currently attend the university.

2- CHINA MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program:MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI approved
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5years+1 year internship
China Medical University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of China Medical University: 40,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of China Medical University: 7,000RMB/YEAR
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China Medical University (Chinese: 中国医科大学; pinyin: Zhōngguó Yīkē Dàxué) is a medical university
in the city of Shenyang, Liaoning, China under the provincial and central governments.
The MBBS program at China Medical University has been taught in the English language since 1978. On
U.S. News & World Report Best Global University Ranking by subject Clinical Medicine, it is ranked #345
in the world, #55 in Asia and #10 in China.It ranks among the top medical universities in China,
according to CWTS Leiden Ranking 2018 and Chinese university ranking (CUAA) 2018.It is also
approved by the Chinese Ministry of Education to recruit international students for its English-medium
programs.On World Health Organization’s World Directory of Medical Schools, the MBBS program is
listed as taught in Chinese, Japanese and English.CMU has three large and modern affiliated hospitals,
where students can do internship in the final year. Sheng Jing Hospital is famous for gynaecology and
obstetrics.China medical university is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved
by MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
China medical university Department structure:
College of Basic Medical Sciences
The First Clinical College and The First Affiliated Hospital
The Second Clinical College and The Second Affiliated Hospital (Sheng Jing Hospital)
The Third Clinical College and The Third Affiliated Hospital (merged with Sheng Jing Hospital)
The Fourth Clinical College and Fourth Affiliated Hospital
School of Stomatology and Affiliated Stomatological Hospital
College of Public Health
Faculty of Forensic Medicine
College of Nursing

3- DALIAN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI approved
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5years+1 year internship
Dalian Medical University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Dalian Medical University: 42000RMB/year
Hostel fee of Dalian Medical University: 11000RMB/year
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Dalian Medical University is the largest medical university in China which enrolls the most MBBS
Admissions in China with Europe international students, as much as 1500 from 50 countries in degree
programs. Dalian Medical University is a university in Dalian, Liaoning, China under the provincial
government. Dalian is the second largest city of Liaoning Province, after Shenyang, the provincial
capital. Dalian City is governed by the Mayor and its Dalian Municipal People’s Government.

It was founded in the year 1947 in the southern part of Dalian city, China by Mao Ze Dong. In 1949, it
joined with Dalian University and the name was changed into the Medical College of Dalian University. In
1950, the organizational system of Dalian University was canceled and since then Dalian Medical
College had become an independent college. In 1969, the college moved to Zunyi, a city of Guizhou
Province, to establish the Zunyi Medical College. And in 1978, the college moved back to its original
location in Dalian, still with the name of Dalian Medical College. In 1994, approved by the State
Education Commission MBBS Admission in China Europe (SEC), DMU adopted its present name. In
October 2007, it moved to the new campus in Lushunkou District, Dalian, which is across Lushun South
Road from Dalian University of Foreign Languages’ new campus. Nowadays, the university has fledged
into a multi-disciplinary medical university which also offers programs in other fields like arts, science,
management, and law.

This program is available for both English and Chinese Medium. DMU is recognized by WHO and the
graduates of MBBS program are eligible to take the Medical Licensing Examinations held by the medical
councils in different countries such as MCI, PMDC, USMLE, HPCSA, SCHS etc.Dalian Medical
University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MOE China to teach
MBBS in English.
The MBBS program for international students in DMU was MBBS Admission in China Europe set in 2004
and in 2007 the MOE declared it as the qualified university to offer English-taught MBBS program.
Besides, it can be taught in English and Japanese upon students’ choice. According to the framework
agreement on degree accreditation between MOE of China and other countries, the degree awarded by
DMU is recognized in 31 countries. In addition, the university also signed agreements with medical
associations in Thailand, Ghana, and Sri Lanka.

The university occupies an area of 338,800 square meters with the built-up area of 269,300 square
meters. There is over 4,400 staff, including 500 professors and 510 associate professors. The total
number of students is almost 10,000, including 4,000 undergraduates, 4000 Adult Education students,
400 nursing students and 300 graduate students. It offers training programs in 13 specialties. Four of its
departments are to give doctorates and 29 departments to give masters degrees. Organizationally, it has
12 colleges, 4 teaching Departments, 3 divisions, and 33 off-campus-teaching sites for the internship, in
addition to an affiliated Nursing School and a Vocational High School.
The university now has 25 management organizations, 14 second-level schools, 5 affiliated hospitals, 4
directly affiliated organizations, 3 of which are indirectly under the university, and 38 clinical teaching
bases. Each hospital has its own features. The First Teaching Hospital is the biggest comprehensive one
and is the Emergency Center in South Liaoning Province. The Second Teaching Hospital was among the
first group approved by the International Exchange Center of the Ministry of Health to be one of
International Network Emergency Hospital.

4- CAPITAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI approved
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Capital Medical University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Capital Medical University: 42,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Capital Medical University: 7,500RMB/YEAR
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Capital Medical University also known as CMU, is a university in Beijing, China, which was originally
called Beijing Second Medical College.
Capital Medical University (CMU) was founded in 1960, with the original name of Beijing Second Medical
College. It ranks among the top academic medical institutions in China and is considered as one of the

key municipal universities in Beijing. The founding president, Professor Wu Jieping, was a world-
renowned urologist, member of both the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of

Engineering. The current president is Professor Lu Zhaofeng.

CMU consists of 10 Schools, 14 affiliated hospitals and 1 teaching institution. The university and the
affiliated hospitals have a staff of about 20,000. Among the staff, there are 6 members of the Chinese
Academy of Sciences or the Chinese Academy of Engineering, over 1,000 professors, and over 2,000
associate professors. The university has over 9,000 enrolled students. CMU provides a wide range of
educational programs for Doctorates, Masters, Bachelors and certificates.

The faculty physicians at CMU train annually several thousands of clinical residents and fellows. Also,
the faculty members also provide continuous medical education to physicians and other health
professionals through seminars, teaching rounds, and tutorials on and off campus. Over the years, the
university has graduated many academic leaders and general practitioners for Beijing and the whole
country.Capital Medical University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved
by MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
CMU is a well known academic institution for its strong competence in the scientific research. It hosts
many national and municipal key disciplines, laboratories and some exchange stations for post-doctoral
research. High-caliber national and municipal research and training centers and institutes are founded
here, covering a wide range of fields including General Practitioner Training, Clinical Medicine, Basic
Medicine, Neurosciences, Ophthalmology, Geriatrics, Urology, Cardiology, Pain Medicine, Toxicology,
Biomedical Engineering, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Reproduction, Health Policy and so on. We have
achieved national and international recognitions in many areas such as Neurobiology, Cytobiology,
Immunology, Medical Iconography, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Cardiology, Cardio-vascular Surgery,
Kidney Transplantation, Respiratory Disease, Digestive Medicine, Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery,
Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology and Pediatric Hematology, among others.

CMU provides excellent international exchange programs. It has partnerships and agreements with
many universities and institutions with more than 20 countries and regions, supporting activities such as
faculty and student exchange programs, joint education and joint research projects.
Xuan Wu Hospital, Capital Medical University (Capital Medical University First Clinical School): Founded
in 1959, it is one of the largest general hospitals in Beijing specialized in neurology and geriatrics, and is
experienced in clinical practice, medical education and research, disease prevention and health care etc.

Beijing Friendship Hospital, Capital Medical University (Capital Medical University Second Clinical
School): Founded in 1953, it is one of the largest general hospitals in Beijing, majoring in digestive,

chronic hepatic diseases, and tropical diseases etc., and the hospital is medically advanced in anti-
infection and organic transplantation.

Beijing Chao Yang Hospital, Capital Medical University (Capital Medical University Third Clinical School):
Founded in 1958, it is one of the largest general hospitals in Beijing but is advanced in nine medical
fields, including respiratory, cardiology, hyperbaric oxygen disease and so on.
Beijing Tong Ren Hospital, Capital Medical University (Capital Medical University Forth Clinical School):
Founded in 1886, it is one of the large general hospitals in Beijing, specialized in ophthalmology,
otolaryngology and cardiovascular disease.
Beijing Tian Tan Hospital, Capital Medical University (Capital Medical University Fifth Clinical School):
Founded in 1956, it is one of the large general hospitals in Beijing, specialized in neurosurgery and
medical imaging. It is the largest neurosurgery center in Asia.
Beijing An Zhen Hospital, Capital Medical University (Capital Medical University Sixth Clinical School):
Founded in 1984, it is one of the large general hospitals in Beijing, highly experienced and skillful in
cardiopulmonary vascular diseases, ICU, CCU etc. It is a surgery center famous for heart and lung
diseases and transplantations.
Fu Xing Hospital, Capital Medical University (Capital Medical University Eighth Clinical School): Founded
in 1950, it is one of the general hospitals in Beijing, advanced in uteroscopy and women’s health care. It
is highly experienced in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases and community medical services.
Beijing You An Hospital, Capital Medical University (Capital Medical University Ninth Clinical School):
Founded in 1956, it is one of the largest specialized hospitals in Beijing, famous for the treatment and
control of infectious diseases, hepatitis, AIDS and liver transplantation.
Beijing Children’s Hospital, Capital Medical University (Capital Medical University School of Pediatrics):
Founded in 1942, it is the largest comprehensive children’s hospital in China, as well as the national
paediatrics base, paediatric disease prevention, and a treatment center with the collaboration of WHO
and UN Children Found.
Beijing Stomatological Hospital, Capital Medical University (Capital Medical University School of
Stomatology): Founded in 1945, it is one of the largest specialized stomatological hospitals in China,
highly skilled in stomatological treatment and prevention, and contains a comprehensive stomatological
clinical medical school.
Beijing An Ding Hospital, Capital Medical University (Capital Medical University School of Mental Health):
Founded in 1914, it is one of the largest specialized hospitals in China for the treatment of psychiatric
and psychological patients. It serves as the National Psychiatrist Training Center for the Ministry of
Health.
Beijing Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital, Capital Medical University (Capital Medical University
School of Obstetrics and Gynecology): Founded in 1959, it is the largest specialized obstetrics and
gynecology hospital in Beijing, advanced in perinatology and women’s reproduction health, and also
serves as WHO research and training center for women’s health in China.
Beijing Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, Capital Medical University (Capital Medical University
School of Clinical Traditional Chinese Medicine): Founded in 1958, it is one of the largest traditional
Chinese medicine (TCM) hospitals in Beijing, undertaking the tasks of training medical students in
clinical practice, medical education and research in the field of TCM.
China Rehabilitation Research Center (Capital Medical University School of Rehabilitation Medicine): It’s
the largest rehabilitation center in China, undertaking the tasks of treatment, research, education in the
field of rehabilitation.
The Beijing Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) is the center for preventive medicine
education and research affiliated with the School of Public Health and Family Medicine of CMU. It
undertakes the task of public health control during severe epidemic outbreaks.
Capital Medical University Schools
Capital Medical University School of Basic Medical Sciences

Capital Medical University School of Public Health and Family Medicine
Capital Medical University School of Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Capital Medical University School of Biomedical Engineering
Capital Medical University School of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Capital Medical University School of Health Administration and Education
Capital Medical University School of Nursing
Capital Medical University School of Continual Education and Advanced
Capital Medical University Vocational Education
Yan Jing Medical College
International School of CCMU
Campus of CMU
The Main Campus (Feng Tai District)
International Campus of CCMU (Feng Tai District)
Shun Yin Campus (Shun Yin District)
Wan Shou Lu Campus (Hai Dian District)
He Ping Li Campus (Dong Cheng District)
Dong Si Shi Tiao Campus (Dong Cheng District)

5- TIANJIN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI approved
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Tianjin Medical University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Tianjin Medical University: 47,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Tianjin Medical University: 11,500RMB/YEAR
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Tianjin Medical University (TMU) was founded in 1951; was the first medical institution approved by the
State Council of the People’s Republic of China. Hsien-I Chu, a renowned endocrinologist, was the first
president of the university. The current president is Shang Yongfeng.
In December 1993, with the approval of the State Education Council, the Tianjin Medical College and the
Tianjin Second Medical College were integrated into the Tianjin Medical University. In December 1996,
the university was accepted into Project 211, becoming one of the 97 key institutions (9 medical

institutions) given development priority by the State. It is a Chinese Ministry of Education Double First
Class Discipline University, with Double First Class status in certain disciplines. In 1981, the university
was approved by the Academic Degree Committee of State Council to confer the Doctorate Degree,
Master’s Degree and Bachelor’s Degree and in 1988, was permitted to set up seven-year medical
program.

It is listed in International Medical Education Directory (IMED).
The total area occupied by the university is 400,000 square meters. The university now has 7,493 staff,
in which there are 6,610 professionals. 1,468 professionals hold senior position. It has 8,515 students:
1,940 postgraduates (347 doctor’s degree students MD.& PHD., 1,593 master’s degree students M.Sc.),
5,127 undergraduates(B.Sc.), 494 junior-college students and over 954 inter library
The University Library has collection of 510 thousand volumes and 3 thousand kinds of journals, which
was designated as Central Library by the Ministry of Health. The computer network including Internet has
been opened for medical education, Long-distance Medical Education, E-mail, Document Transit,
etc.national students.

Tianjin Medical University Disciplines:
The Tianjin Medical University has a number of State-level Key Disciplines and Local-level Key
Disciplines. The Clinical Integration of Traditional Chinese medicine and Western Medicine (Surgery) is a
State-level Key Discipline. The eight Local-level Key Disciplines are Endocrinology and Metabolic
Disease, Oncology, Neurology, Medical Imaging, Urinary Surgery, Cardiovascular Diseases, Nuclear
Medicine and General Surgery. Three Local-level Key Development Disciplines are Microbiology and
Immunology, Ophthalmology and Stomatology. The Tianjin Medical University has nine Research
Institutions, one Key Laboratory of Ministry of Health and nine Clinical Pharmacology Center of Ministry
of Health. Over the recent ten years, about three hundred medical researches passed the appraisals and
eleven researches won the national awards.

Tianjin Medical University Scholarships:
The University offers several kinds of scholarships: People Scholarship, Zhu Xianyi Scholarships, Chen
Lude Nursing Scholarship, Wang Kechang Scholarship, Science and Engineering Scholarship, Tianjin
Takeda Scholarship, Jianxuyunzhu Medical Scholarship.

Tianjin Medical University International Education College:
On 21 December 2007, Tianjin Medical University celebrated a decade since accepting the first batch of
foreign students into the English program. The Tianjin Medical University has the largest foreign
population with students from over 24 countries.Tianjin Medical University is one of the top 45 listed
medical universities in China and approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in English..New students
arrive usually in Fall, however some applicants arrive in Spring to obtain an early start in learning
Chinese. Learning Chinese is compulsory for every student as it is required to converse with patients
during hospital visits and clinical and also for getting around. It is incorporated into first two years of the
medical syllabus.

Tianjin Medical University Cancer Institute and Hospital:
Tianjin Medical University Cancer Institute and Hospital (TMUCIH) is the birthplace of oncology in China.
For half a century, the hospital has developed into one of the largest cancer centers in China. The
hospital was established in 1861 with the name of “London Christian Church Hospital. Jin Xian-Zhai, the
well-known oncologist, set up the first tumor ward in the hospital in 1952 and in 1972, the hospital
became a specialized cancer hospital with 341 beds. In 1977, the Institute of Cancer Research was
established with 8 departments. Today, Tianjin Medical University Cancer Institute and Hospital is one of
the largest bases for cancer prevention, treatment, training and research in China.

Tianjin Medical University is currently constructing the largest cancer prevention, treatment and research
base in Asia.On June 27, construction of the comprehensive cancer prevention and treatment research
center, with a gross floor area of 93,000-square meters, started at Tianjin Medical University Cancer
Institute and Hospital. Upon completion, the hospital will have 1,800 beds, be able to serve 500,000
outpatients, and perform over 20,000 surgical operations annually.
The hospital will become the largest cancer prevention, treatment and research base in Asia,
incorporating fundamental oncological research, clinical treatment and high-end training.
The center plans to make a breakthrough in integrating clinical treatment and scientific research; seven
clinical research centers will be constructed, with a view to realizing a “seamless interconnection”
between clinical treatment and scientific research.

Tianjin Medical University International collaboration:
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The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center and Tianjin Medical University Cancer Institute
and Hospital, in Tianjin, China, on June 7, 2006 announced an agreement to expand opportunities for
collaborations in clinical, educational and translational cancer research, building upon professional
relationships between physicians and scientists at both institutions that have spanned over a decade.
The agreement formalizes a cooperative framework to develop joint programs that support the
institutions’ shared missions of eradicating cancer worldwide through scientific discovery, advanced
patient therapies, education and prevention.

In 2009, the Center for Molecular Medicine of Karolinska University Hospital and Tianjin Medical
University announced an agreement to build the Sino-Swedish Center for Molecular Medicine.

Tianjin Medical University has also more than 50 partner universities in over 16 countries, 108 Guest-
Professors of the famous research institutes from all over the world, such as the Johns Hopkins

University.

6- SHANDONG UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI approved
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Shandong University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Shandong University: 45,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Shandong University: 8000RMB/YEAR
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Shandong University SDU is a public comprehensive university in Shandong, China. It is one of the
largest universities in China by student population (57,500 full-time students in 2009) and is supported
directly by the national government.Shandong University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities
in China and approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
Present-day Shandong University is the result of multiple mergers as well as splits and restructurings
that have involved more than a dozen academic institutions over time.The oldest of Shandong
University’s precursor institutions, Cheeloo University, was founded by American and English mission
agencies in the late 19th century (as Tengchow College of Liberal Arts in Penglai).Tengchow College
was the first modern institution of higher learning in China. Shandong University derives its official
founding date from the Imperial Shandong University established in Jinan in November 1901 as the
second modern national university in the country.

Shandong University has eight campuses, all but two of which are located in the provincial capital city of
Jinan. The newest of these campuses is located to the northeast of the port city of Qingdao. It was
inaugurated in September 2016 and its development is still ongoing. The university has been classified
as a National Key University by the Chinese Ministry of Education since 1960.It has been included in
major national initiatives seeking to enhance the international competitiveness of the top-tier universities
in China such as Project 985 and Project 211.It is a Chinese Ministry of Education Class A Double First
Class University.
Shandong University offers master and doctoral degree programs in all major academic disciplines
covering the humanities, science and engineering, as well as medicine.
Shandong University Reputation and ranking:
Shandong University ranked 270th worldwide and 11th nationwide in CWUR World University Ranking
2018/2019 (http://cwur.org/). In the general university ranking performed by the Chinese University
Alumni Association (CUAA), Shandong University ranked number 14 among Top 100 Chinese
universities in 2010.It reached the 11th highest score in the “teaching” category of this ranking.Shandong
University’s engineering programs have also been ranked number 15 nationwide by the Research Center
of Management and Science in China (2008).For the last 10 years, Shandong University has been
continuously ranked among the top 10 universities nationwide in terms of the number of publications
included in the Science Citation Index. Research at Shandong University is deemed particular strong in
the areas of physics, mathematics, and medicine.A ranking by Mines ParisTech based on the number of
alumni holding CEO position in Fortune Global 500 companies placed Shandong University first within
China.

Shandong University History:
Traditional learning in Shandong (1733–1900)
Buildings of the Luoyuan Academy in Jinan
Miao Quansun, a historian, bibliographer, and book collector, taught at the Luoyuan Academy and
helped to establish China’s first modern libraries.
The Luoyuan Academy was established in Jinan in 1733 by an imperial edict from the Yongzheng
Emperor of the Qing Dynasty.[13] The governor of Shandong, Yue Jun , received 1,000 taels of silver
(approximately 37 kg) to fund the establishment of the academy. The name “Luoyuan” (literally “source
of the Luo [River]”) refers to the original location of the academy near the Baotu Spring. The academy
was dedicated to teaching the Chinese classics to the sons of the gentry. Scholars affiliated with the
academy include: Bi Yuan (畢沅, 1730–1797), Sang Tiaoyuan (桑调元, 1695–1771), Shen Qiyuan (沈起
元, 1685–1763), He Shaoji (何紹基, 1799–1873), Kuang Yuan (匡源, 1815–1881), Wang Zhihan (王之翰,
1821–1850), Liu Yaochun (刘耀春), Zhu Xuedu (朱学笃, 1826–1892), and Miao Quansun (缪荃孙, 1844–
1919). In 1881, the American Presbyterian missionaries John Murray (Chinese: 莫约翰; pinyin: Mò
Yuēhàn) and Stephen A. Hunter (Chinese: 洪士提反; pinyin: Hóngshì Tífǎn) attempted to purchase a
property adjacent to the Luoyuan Academy for use as a chapel. This led to a violent reaction when on
July 13, 1881, literati from the Academy incited an attack on the property.[14] The incident, known as the
“Jinan Jiaoan” (Chinese: 济南教案; pinyin: Jìnán Jiàoàn), had considerable diplomatic repercussions for
the relationship between the Qing Dynasty and the United States. The Luoyuan Academy was rebuilt in
1896 to become the largest institution of its kind in Shandong.Five years later (in 1901) it was replaced

by the newly founded Imperial Shandong College which took over its campus(today the site of the
Provincial Bureau of Statistics on Spring City Road, Chinese: 泉城路; pinyin: Quán Chéng Lù).
19th-Century precursor institutions

Calvin W. Mateer established the Tengchow College of Liberal Arts in Dengzhou (Penglai).
The earliest precursor institutions that would later be fused into Shandong University were founded by
American and English mission agencies: In early January 1864, Calvin W. Mateer, an American
Presbyterian missionary, and his wife Julia Brown Mateer, arrived in the recently opened treaty port of
Dengzhou in the area of the present-day city of Penglai on the north-eastern coast of Shandong
Peninsula.Their journey had begun in New York on July 3, 1863, had taken them around the Cape of
Good Hope to Shanghai, and had ended with a shipwreck off the coast of Yantai.In the autumn of 1864,
the Mateers opened an elementary school for boys (Mengyang Educational Society, Chinese: 蒙养学堂;
pinyin: Méngyǎng Xuétáng) in a Guanyin temple that had been sold to them since there were insufficient
funds for its upkeep as a temple.The school’s first class consisted of six boarders and two day pupils.The
school was enlarged to accommodate 30 boarders and divided into primary and high school sections in
1869.The high school became known as the Wenhui Guan (Chinese: 文会馆; pinyin: Wénhuì Guǎn). The
Tengchow College of Liberal Arts was formally established in 1882,[6] i.e., at a time when the school had
been operated as a primary and high school for 18 years already. By 1889, enrollment in the college had
grown to 100 students.The six-year curriculum included algebra, geometry and conic sections,
trigonometry and measurement, surveying and navigation, analytical geometry and mathematical
physics, calculus, as well as astronomy.Religion also featured prominently in the curriculum as well as in
daily life at Tengchow College.The College soon enjoyed a reputation for its high standards of academic
excellence.When W.A.P Martin hired young professors of Western learning for the Imperial Capital
University (the precursor of present-day Peking University), 12 out of 13 young professors hired were
graduates of Tengchow College of Liberal Arts.[15] In 1884, shortly after the formal establishment of
Tengchow College of Liberal Arts, British Baptists established Tsingchow Boy’s Boarding School in
Qingzhou, also located in northern Shandong, but not directly on the coast.

In 1902, the American and British missionaries agreed to combine their education ventures in Shandong,[6] and established an arts college in Weifang, a theological college) in Qingzhou, and a medical college
in Jinan.[6] In 1909, all three colleges were consolidated into Shantung Protestant Universitywhich was
later renamed Shantung Christian University.
A prominent member of Cheeloo University’s faculty was Henry Winters Luce (1868–1941), the father of
the publisher Henry R. Luce (founder of TIME Magazine, Fortune, and Life). Henry W. Luce initially led
the fundraising efforts for the new campus in Jinan(today the Baotuquan Campus of Shandong
University). In this capacity, he raised 300,000 dollars between 1912 and 1915 from donors in the United
States. The buildings on the new Cheeloo campus were designed by the architectural firm of Perkins,
Fellows, & Hamilton from Chicago.Henry W. Luce was elected vice-president of Cheeloo University in
1916, but resigned in the following year already, because he felt that he had insufficient support for his
vision of a university of major national influence from the then Cheeloo President J. Percy Bruce.

Cheeloo University particularly made its mark in the field of medicine: From 1914–1936, the university
built and subsequently expanded Cheeloo Hospital as a major facility for medical education in China.
Between 1916 and 1923, the former Peking Union Medical College, the Medical Department of Nanking
University, the Hankow Medical College, and the North China Union Medical College for Women were all
moved to Jinan and merged into the Cheeloo University School of Medicine.
Lao She, author of “Rickshaw Boy” and “Teahouse”, taught at Cheeloo University and National
Shandong University in Qingdao.
Cheeloo University attracted Chinese intellectuals and scholars. The writer Lao She, author of the novel
“Rickshaw Boy” and the play “Teahouse”, taught at Cheeloo University (1930–1934) as well as at
National Shandong University in Qingdao and other universities between 1934 and 1937.
In 1937, when the Japanese forces occupied northern China during the Second Sino-Japanese War,
Cheeloo University evacuated to Sichuan and operated on the campus of West China Union University
in Chengdu. In Jinan, the University’s hospital remained open with a largely Western staff.During the

war, the Japanese military used the entire campus for housing about 1,200 patients along with 600
officers.
During the Korean War (1950–1953), the Chinese government came to regard Christian schools as tools
of “American imperialism” and hence embarked on closing them down.Cheeloo University was dissolved
in 1952. Its Medical School was fused with Shandong Provincial Medical College and the East China
Norman Bethune Medical College to form Shandong Medical College (renamed into “Shandong Medical
University” in 1985).
Imperial Shandong University (1901)
As governor, Yuan Shikai (shown as Emperor of China in 1916) drafted the charter for Shandong
College.
The initiative for the founding of Shandong University in 1901 as a national, modern university came from
Yuan Shikai, then the governor of Shandong province. Yuan Shikai was the chief military modernizer of
the late Qing Dynasty whose control over a powerful army combined with his personal ambition played a
key role in the birth of the Republic of China as well as its descent into warlordism in the early 20th
century.
Yuan Shikai had been governor of Shandong Province since December 1899. He had been appointed to
this post to quell the Boxer Uprising in the province and to reassure the foreign diplomats in the country
who were looking for quick decisive actions against the boxers.In 1901, the same year that marked the
end of the Boxer Uprising, Yuan sent a draft for the university charter to the Guangxu Emperor and
instructed Li Yukai, the magistrate of Penglai, to start preparations for the university.The draft of the
university charter was approved by the emperor in November 1901,shortly after the Boxer Uprising had
officially ended with the signing of the Boxer Protocol on September 7, 1901. Shandong Imperial
University became hence the second modern national university established in the country after Imperial
Capital University that had been founded in 1898 and later became Peking University. The charter of
Shandong Imperial University served as a model for subsequent foundations of imperial university. The
original charter document for Shandong University is now kept in the National Palace Museum in Taipei,
Taiwan where it had been taken during the retreat of the Kuomintang at the end of the Chinese Civil
War.
Watson M. Hayes was invited to organize Imperial Shandong University and served as its first dean.
Governor Yuan Shikai wanted a prominent position for Western learning in the curriculum of the new
college.Hence, he invited the American Presbyterian missionary Dr. Watson McMillan Hayes who was
then serving as president of Tengchow College in Penglai to help with setting up the new Imperial
Shandong University and serve as its president.The appointment of the Presbyterian missionary W. A. P.
Martin as inaugural president of the Imperial Capital University three years earlier had set a precedent
for this arrangement. Hayes arrived in Jinan in July 1901 and started the preparations for the new
college.Hayes also published Shandong’s first successful daily newspaper and petitioned the Qing court
to grant a holiday on Sundays; As a consequence, Shandong University was closed on Sundays right
from the start.However, by the end of the year, Hayes and six Chinese Christian teachers he had
brought with him had resigned already over disagreements regarding the policy of mandatory Confucius
worship for students of the imperial university.Hayes went on to teach the Presbyterian Mission
Theological Class in Chefoo (present-day Yantai) and continued to work as a missionary and educator in
Shandong until his death in a Japanese internment camp in Wei County (present-day Weifang) in 1944.
Imperial Shandong University occupied the premises of the Luoyuan Academy which had been
renovated and extended significantly five years earlier. It was opened on November 13, 1901 in a
ceremony attended by Governor Yuan Shikai.299 student were enrolled in the first term, of which 120
passed the first examination and 100 were finally admitted.The first faculty had 50 members that also
included teachers from overseas,it was later increased to 110. The curriculum contained Chinese
classics, Chinese history, social sciences, natural sciences, and foreign language with more than 20
subjects being taught.At the beginning, the curriculum covered 3 years, but it was later expanded to 4
years.
“Western studies” faculty of Imperial Shandong University (presumably W. M. Hayes and the six Chinese
Christian teachers he had brought with him)
The first president of the new university was Zhou Xuexi.
In 1904, Imperial Shandong University moved to new premises in the Ganshi Qiao area of Jinan(located

to the south-west of the historical city center) and changed its name to “Shandong Institution of Higher
Learning” In 1911, it changed its name once again, this time to the “School of Higher Learning”
At the top level, Shandong University is governed by a president and a cabinet of vice presidents , each
with a specific portfolio of responsibilities (e.g., research, international exchange). Central administrative
departments (e.g., for finance, human resources, research, or international affairs) are led by a director.
Below the central administration, the university is organized by subject area into 31 faculties that are
referred to as “Schools” as well as a graduate school. Each school is headed by a dean and may be
divided further into departments headed by a chairperson. Academic programs are offered in 11 main
disciplines: philosophy, economics, law, literature, history, natural sciences, engineering, management,
medicine, education, and military science. There are 104 undergraduate degree programs, 209 master’s
degree programs, and 127 doctoral degree programs. In addition, there are seven professional master’s
degree programs in law, business management, engineering, clinical medicine, public health, dentistry,
and public administration.
The student population is around 57,500 full-time students, of which 14,500 are postgraduate students,
and over 1,000 are foreign students (data from 2009).
The major research efforts at Shandong University are organized in 34 national, provincial, and
ministerial key academic disciplines, two national key research labs, 21 provincial and ministerial key
research labs, a national engineering and technology promotion center, 10 provincial technology
research centers, three national basic scientific research and personnel development bases; three social
science key research bases approved by Ministry of Education; and three national fundamental science
personnel development bases. Among its faculty are 23 members (including adjuncts) of the Chinese
Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering. Three general hospitals, including Qilu
Hospital, and 12 teaching hospitals are affiliated with the university. The university library houses a
collection of over 3,550,000 items.
Shandong University schools and departments:
Shandong University School of Business Administration
Shandong University School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Shandong University School of Civil Engineering
Shandong University School of Computer Science and Technology
Shandong University School of Control Science and Engineering
Shandong University School of Dentistry
Shandong University School of Economics
Shandong University School of Electrical Engineering
Shandong University School of Energy and Power Engineering
Shandong University School of Environmental Science and Engineering
Shandong University School of Fine Arts
Shandong University School of Foreign Languages and Literature
Shandong University School of History and Culture
Shandong University School of Information Science and Engineering
Shandong University School of International Education
Shandong University School of Journalism
Shandong University School of Law
Shandong University School of Life Science
Shandong University School of Literature and Journalism

Shandong University School of Macroelectronics
Shandong University School of Marxist Theory Education
Shandong University School of Materials Science and Engineering
Shandong UniversitySchool of Mathematics and System Sciences
Shandong University School of Mechanical Engineering
Shandong University School of Medicine
Shandong University School of Nursing
Shandong University School of Pharmacy
Shandong University School of Philosophy and Social Development
Shandong University School of Physical Education
Shandong University School of Physics
Shandong University School of Political Science and Public Administration
Shandong University School of Public Health
Shandong University International cooperation and exchange:
Shandong University has established an international network for educational cooperation and has
signed exchange agreements with over 70 universities from over 50 countries. Shandong also is
associated in a sister school for American Middle Schools and Junior Highs, including Scofield Magnet
Middle School. Among its faculty are international researchers and scholars, who either visit for a short
term (less than 1 month, 160 visitors in 2009), a medium term (less than half a year, 70 visitors in 2009),
or for the long term (more than half a year, 80 visitors in 2009). Of the 80 long-term international faculty
members, 30 language scholars teach languages such as English, Japanese, Korean, French, German,
Spanish, and Russian. The others are active in disciplines such as philosophy, biology, chemistry,
physics, law, international politics and economics, as well as Chinese classics and traditional philosophy.
About 1500 international students from about 40 countries come to study at Shandong University each
year. An international student population numbering more than 1000 can be found on campus at any
given time during the semester. Most of these international students come from Asian and African
countries, but there are also students from Europe, the United States, Canada, and Australia. Since
1980, Shandong University has received more than 10,000 students from over 60 countries. Popular
study subjects are Chinese language and culture, but also economics and medicine. Furthermore,
Shandong University participates in international short term exchange programs and receives
approximately 2500 international student visitors for such programs per year.It is also included in 45
listed medical universities in china.
In 2006, Shandong University created a joint urban research center with the University of Cincinnati in
the United States, and a presence on each other’s campus.An International Laboratory operated in the a
partnership with Virginia Tech was inaugurated in the Integrated Research Building on the Central
Campus in August 2010. The laboratory focuses on a biophysics and engineering analysis of biological
model systems drawn from China’s biodiversity.Shandong University is a partner university of the Study
China Programme, which is coordinated by the University of Manchester and funded by the UK
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
Second Hospital of Shandong University:
The Second Hospital of Shandong University has a capacity of about 1200 beds and has departments
for neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery, and internal medicine.The hospital is managed by the National
Medical Department and affiliated with Shandong University, it is located at Beiyuan Street 247 in Jinan.
Stomatology Hospital of Shandong University:
The Stomatology Hospital of Shandong University was founded in 1977. It has 105 employees and is
organized into four research centers and two laboratories.It is located at Wenhua West Road 44 in Jinan.

7- FUDAN UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI approved
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Fudan University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Fudan University: 75000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Fudan University: 10000RMB/YEAR
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Fudan University is a major public research university in Shanghai, China. It is widely considered as one
of the most prestigious and selective universities in China.Founded in 1905, shortly before the end of
China’s imperial Qing dynasty, Fudan was the first university established independently by the Chinese
people.Fudan is a member of the elite C9 League and a Chinese Ministry of Education Class A Double
First Class University.Fudan University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and
approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in English.

Fudan is renowned for its liberal atmosphere and rigorous academics. It is an important academic center
for Chinese humanities, natural sciences, and medical studies. Fudan enjoys the reputation of The No.1
Academy of Jiangnan.For the past hundred years, Fudan has made significant contributions to the
development of the country, the rejuvenation of the nation, the well-being of the society, and the advance
of the national education, science, medicine, and technology.Fudan has cultivated a number of
outstanding talents and many prominent figures for modern China. Notable Fudan alumni include Chen
Yinke, Chen Wangdao, Chu Coching, Yan Fu, Yu Youren and “China’s Kissinger” Wang Huning.
Fudan is a collegiate university with five colleges Zhide, Tengfei, Keqing , Renzhong , and Xide). It is
now composed of four campuses in Shanghai – Handan , Fenglin, Zhangjiang , and Jiangwan – which
share the same central administration. Fudan has 17 hospitals affiliated. In the 2018 QS Asian University
Ranking, Fudan ranks 2nd in China and No. 7 in Asia.
In 1911, during the Xinhai Revolution, the college was occupied as headquarters of the Guangfu Army
and closed down for almost one year.
In 1917, Fudan Public School became a private university named the Private Fudan University, and also
had a middle school and university-preparatory school. In 1929, Fudan reorganized its departments,
expanding to include departments of journalism, municipals, law, and education.
After the Japanese invasion of China in 1937, Fudan moved with the Kuomintang government to the
inland city of Chongqing, the wartime Chinese capital. On 25 December 1941, the First Meeting of Fifth
Conference of the Highest Executive Authority of the National Government of the Republic of China
voted to change Fudan University (Chongqing) to a public university with Wu Nanxuan as its president.

Fudan University then became National Fudan University. After the end of World War II, it moved back to
Shanghai.
After the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949, Fudan lost its “National” appellation and
became Fudan University to reflect the fact that all universities under the new socialist state would be
public. Fudan was the first university to be reorganized by the new government in 1952 and modeled on
Soviet education. The original departments were changed, with arts and sciences departments from at
least ten other universities in eastern China being added.Parts of Aurora University merged into Fudan in
1952.
In the late 1970s, after the Cultural Revolution, the university was converted to a modern,
comprehensive university.
Institutions:
Xianghui Auditorium
Guanghua Twin Towers
Organizations:
Fudan University comprises 17 full-time schools, 69 departments, 73 bachelor’s degree programs, 22
disciplines and 134 sub-disciplines authorized to confer PhD degrees, 201 master’s degree programs, 6
professional degree programs, 7 key social science research centers of Ministry of Education P.R.C, 9
national basic science research and training institutes and 25 post-doctoral research stations. It has 40
national key disciplines granted by the Ministry of Education, nationally third. At present, it has 77
research institutes, 112 cross-disciplinary research institutes, and 5 national key laboratories. See a list
of schools and departments at Fudan.
Fudan University enrolls over 45,000, including full-time students and students in continuing education
and online education. Additionally, there are nearly 1,760 international students, ranking second
nationally.
Fudan University has a high-level research faculty of over 2,600 full-time teachers and researchers,
including 1,350 professors and associate professors, 47 academicians of the Chinese Academy of
Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering, nearly 660 doctoral supervisors, 26 special
professors and 2 lecture professors of “Cheungkong Scholars Program”, 3 distinguished professors and
10 special professors of Fudan University, 6 principal scientists of Project 973 and 25 “Young Experts
with Prominent Contributions to the Country”.
Fudan University has 17 affiliated hospitals, such as Zhongshan Hospital and Huashan Hospital,
integrating medical service, medicine education, and research.
Fudan University has an “International Student’s Dormitory”, a building reserved as living quarters for
any students from countries other than China studying either degree or non-degree programs. Notable
alumni include Jennifer Chu and Audrey Lamsam of Arcadia, California, who started a nonprofit
organization called “Food4Me” in 2012. This organization first stemmed from their studies as non-degree
Chinese students at the university.
Fudan is a member of Universitas 21, an international consortium of research-driven universities.
The Guanghua Twin Towers (Chinese: 光华楼) at the center of the Handan campus reach 140.5 meters,
reportedly the highest buildings ever constructed in a university campus in Asia, and 2nd around the
world.
The High School Affiliated to Fudan University, located on the Handan campus, is one of the most
prestigious high schools all over China mainland.
Fudan University Library:
Fudan University Library was formally established in 1922, previously known as the Reading Room of
Wu Wu (1918). Today it comprises the Liberal Arts Library, the Science Library and the Medical Library,
with a total floor of 29,000 square meters.

By the end of 2004, the Library’s collection composed of more than 4.4588 million copies and articles,

including books, journals, bound volumes of newspapers, and audio-visual recordings. Of all these
400,000 are thread-bound books of Chinese classics (including 7,000 rare copies), 100,000 are books
published during the reign of the Republic of China, and 1.392 million are foreign books. Additionally,
there are 32,000 Chinese and foreign journals and periodicals. Every year 100,000 new books will be
added to enlarge the collection. The library subscribes to around 7,000 printed journals.
The library has access to 24,000 full-text e-journals and over 150 CD and online databases. It has eight
open stacks, two general reading rooms and 19 reading rooms with specialized functions, totaling 2,400
seats. The library is open for 112 hours weekly and serves more than 7,000 visiting readers daily.
The Fudan University Library is divided into the China Academic Humanities and Social Sciences Library
(CAHSL), the National Foreign Textbook Center for East China (sponsored by the Ministry of Education),
the Documentation and Information Center for Liberal Arts, and the Central Stacks for Foreign Books of
Liberal Arts. Additionally, the library has the Shanghai Electronic Documents Searching Center for
Graduates, the CD Searching Center shared by the universities in Northeast Shanghai, and the General
Search Station for Updated Science and Technology Information Authorized by the Ministry of
Education, the Search Station for Updated Science and Technology Information Authorized by the
Shanghai Science and Technology Committee. The library edits and publishes two journals: China Index
and Information Services of the Higher Education Institutions in Shanghai.
The library’s integrated computer management system has been upgraded several times. In addition to
general services, the Library provides services of international online information retrieval, various types
of e-resources searching, interlibrary loans, document delivery service, online consultation, updated
information search, user training, tape duplication, multimedia viewing, document duplication, and
binding, etc. The courses of literature and information retrieval are designed for Library users of different
levels.
The QS World University Rankings 2021 ranked Fudan at 34th in its global rankings while it was 7th in
the independent regional QS Asian University Rankings and 3rd in QS BRICS University Rankings
(2019) respectively. Further, ARWU (2019) put it at a position among 101–150th globally. It is among the
top five universities in mainland China in all of the above league tables.
Fudan University’s undergraduate program is extremely selective. Fudan is one of the five universities in
China whose undergraduate programs are the hardest for students to get in: less than 0.2% of National
College Entrance Examination (“Gaokao”) takers can make it (As a comparison, the five most selective
Ivy League schools in 2012 let in three times the percentage (0.6%) of SAT-takers.).Fudan has been
placed consistently among the three most selective universities (with Tsinghua University and Peking
University) in China for the last twenty years.
Fudan has reconstructed its course system to suit education goals. A course scheme of general
education, specialized education and basic education in arts and sciences has been implemented.
Encompassing a complete and comprehensive range of disciplines, the courses of general education
enable students to receive education in diverse fields. All of the 70-plus undergraduate majors of Fudan
have been put into seven general categories so that students can benefit on a broader scale from the
systematic discipline training. According to the Education Scheme for Arts and Sciences, course
modules are determined by discipline systems and course suits, and credits by course modules. In this
sense, Fudan provides students with more options for their college studies. In contrast with the traditional
syllabus, the new module has appropriately decreased the gross credits and class hours. Along with
minor programs and extracurricular academic activities, it contributes greatly to the intellectual
development of undergraduate students, exposing them to a wider range of knowledge.
Fudan University International students:
Starting from the 1950s, Fudan has enrolled international students – one of the first few institutions in
China to do so. Since then, Fudan has accepted and trained over 10,000 foreign students from 100
countries and regions worldwide. At the end of 2006, there were 2,812 international students studying at
Fudan University, ranked number 2 in the nation. Half of them were actively pursuing degrees, the rest
were general visiting scholars. In addition, Fudan enrolls over 1700 short-term students each year.
The international student programs consist of degree programs and non-degree programs.The university
has also established a Bachelor of Arts program called the “Chinese language for international students”
and there have been seven groups of graduates. Besides all levels of Chinese language teaching, the
university has opened courses such as Chinese literature, Chinese history, Chinese economy, Chinese
philosophy, and Chinese law for interested international students. These courses will introduce students
to basic knowledge of Chinese social economy, history, and culture, according to their different

requirements. In addition, several graduate programs are offered in English. For instance Master of
Business Administration, Master of Public Health, as well as other programs offered in conjunction with
partner universities abroad. The university’s programs in medicine leading to the Bachelor of Medicine,
Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree are also available to international students.
The International Students Office is responsible for the management of all international students at
Fudan University.

Fudan University Campus:
Zibinyuan Building at Handan campus
Fudan has established a campus structure called “one-body-two-wings”, where the body is Handan
campus and Jiangwan campus, which are only 2 miles (3.2 km) apart, and the two wings are Fenglin
campus and Zhangjiang campus. All four campuses are in downtown Shanghai and share the same
central administration.
Fudan University Handan campus
Handan campus, the main campus of Fudan, is located in Yangpu District, Shanghai. It contains the
majority of the schools and departments. Freshman undergraduates live on this campus. Handan
campus consists of four sub-campuses, namely the headquarters campus, the south campus, the north
campus, and the east campus.
Fudan University Fenglin campus
Fudan University Shanghai Medical College, or Medical Center of Fudan University (former Shanghai
Medical University) is at Fenglin campus, located in Xuhui District, Shanghai. In July 2014, the campus
began a 2-year large-scale construction project. About 4000 students move out of the old campus for the
construction and in July 2017 students came back to it.
Fudan University Zhangjiang campus
Zhangjiang campus is located in Shanghai’s Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park, Pudong District. It comprises the
School of Microelectronics, the School of Computer science and technology, the School of Software, and
the School of Pharmacy.
Fudan University is a member of the Consortium of Academic Stewards for The Scholar Ship. The
University is also a member of China Center Austria and partner of the Austrian Business School SMBS.

Fudan University is also a member of Universitas 21, which is an association of leading universities
worldwide. Universitas 21 grants members of staff and students from the university many exchange
chances and opportunities to research abroad.
To seek more support from its alumni in the US and cement its collaboration with Yale University, Fudan
University launched the Fudan University Education Development Foundation in New York in February
2008. It was the first time a Chinese university had launched such an initiative in the US.
In 1995, Fudan established the Nordic Centre in Shanghai, a joint platform for research and education
with 14 universities from Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden. By 2012, the Nordic Centre Fudan
has 27 member institutions in 5 Nordic countries.
In 1996, Fudan School of Management started a joint Master of Management (later MBA) program with
BI Norwegian Business School. The program, inaugurated by then Norwegian Prime Minister Gro
Harlem Brundtland, is the longest continually operating international business school partnership in
China.
In 2002, a joint venture was created between the Olin Business School (Washington University in St.
Louis) and the School of Management at Fudan University. At the time, it was one of the first U.S.-Sino
joint MBA programs in China. Eight years later, according to The Financial Times’ 2010 rankings, the
Washington University-Fudan University EMBA Program was ranked as one of the top 20 international
executive MBA programs worldwide. Also, for the fifth consecutive year, it was hailed as the best
program in mainland China.

In 2011, Fudan became part of the Tyndall Centre network, a research network centered on climate
science and climate policy research. Fudan Tyndall Centre is funded with a 15-year commitment by the
Chinese central government and the Shanghai City government. The UK launch of the Fudan Tyndall
Centre alliance took place in Norwich in May 2011 when Professor Academician Yuliang Yang was
awarded an Honorary Degree by the University of East Anglia.
In Germany, the Fudan University cooperates with the Goethe-University in Frankfurt/Main. Both cities
are linked by a long-lasting partnership agreement.The university also established partnerships with the
Freie Universität Berlin, the University of Cologne, the University of Tübingen and the University of
Konstanz.
Fudan University Exchange programs:
Fudan University has established exchange relationships with more than 200 universities and research
institutions in about 30 countries and regions,including Oklahoma State University, Beloit College,
Washington University in St. Louis, Harvard University, Yale University, Trinity College (Connecticut),
Union College (New York), Tulane University, Columbia University, University of California, Berkeley,
University of Rochester, George Washington University, Georgetown University, University of California,
Los Angeles, University of California Santa Barbara, University of California, San Diego, University of
California, Irvine, University of Toronto, Queen’s University, University of Sydney, University of Adelaide,
Rhodes University, K.U. Leuven, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes Commerciales, Tokyo University,
National University of Singapore, University of Salzburg, Austria, the University of Manchester, Durham
University Business School, the London School of Economics, King’s College London, University of
Mannheim, Germany, ESSEC Business School, University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, Sciences Po
Paris and Sciences Po Lille, IE Business School, and the 16 campuses of the University of North
Carolina. For more information, see also Fudan – Incoming exchange students.
Jiangwan campus
Only 2 miles (3.2 km) apart from Handan campus, Jiangwan campus is a new campus of Fudan
University. The School of Law has moved to Jiangwan, and other schools will follow, including the
School of Life Science, the College of Foreign Language and Literature, and School of Social
Development and Public Policy.
Fudan University Student associations
There are four categories of student associations: Academic Societies, Practical Societies, Artistic
Societies, and Physical Culture Societies. See also Student Associations at Fudan.

8- XINJIANG MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI approved
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Xinjiang University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Xinjiang Medical University: 30000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Xinjiang Medical university: 4500RMB/YEAR
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Xinjiang Medical University, formerly the Xinjiang Medical College, is a medical university in the
capital of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of the People’s Republic of China. It was ratified by

the National Ministry of Education in 1998 and entitled by Jiang Zemin.
The curriculum places a particular emphasis on medicine, management and linguistics, with the
university facilitating 25 specialties for undergraduate students and 17 specialties for academic
education. Over 50,000 students have been educated at XMU. In 2010, 13,100 students were enrolled at
the university, with 5,405 people employed in teaching positions.
XMU is at the base of Carp Hill in northeast Urumqi and consists of a campus that is over 3 million
square feet.
Chairman Mao Zedong and Premier Zhou Enlai ordered the Ministry of Health to work with the Soviet
Union Ministry of Foreign Affairs to build a new medical centre in Xinjiang city of Dihua (now the city of
Urumqi).The decision was based upon instructions provided by Saifuddin Azizi.
XMU was founded by incorporating the Traditional Chinese Medicine College of Xinjiang Medical
University with the Xinjiang Medical College. Before incorporation, Xinjiang Medical College was
amongst 156 key projects aided by the former Soviet Union during the First Five-Year Plan and began
recruiting new students in 1956.During its 60 years of existence, XMU has received attention from
national and international leaders, including Chinese Communist Party officials and other provincial and
urban figures across China.
Xinjiang Medical University Campus:
The campus has a number of buildings from the late Russian era in Xinjiang. Xinjiang Medical University
campus has been completely updated and modernized and a library, canteens, hospitals and training centres
are included facilities. The experimental laboratories include modern bioinformation processing systems and
models. The new campus of Xinjiang Medical University is expected to start in 2020. The total building area of
the two new medical buildings is approximately 134,838 square meters, with a total cost of 390.5 million yuan
($56.25 million). The new campus covers an area of 126.67 hectares, with a total floor area of 739,000 square
meters and a total investment of 4.08 billion yuan, which can accommodate about 24,000 teachers and
students.
Xinjiang Medical University Library:
In 1995, the university built a new library building which now covers 16,000 m2 and has over 1.07 million
books. There are more than 1,300 periodicals and journals available in Chinese and other languages. Six
book databases have been introduced and there is a connection to Partners Harvard Medical International’s
library database.The library seats more than 2500 in the readers area and over 350 in the electronic library
access area.
Xinjiang Medical University International Education College:
The International Education College of the Xinjiang Medical University has recruited medical students since
1982. As of December 2018, more than 700 international students were studying at the college, both
undergraduate and postgraduate, and there were over 450 faculty members. Omkar Medicom is the Official
partner to recruit international students in this university from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Gulf countries and
some African countries.
In January 2009, the Government of the People’s Republic of China announced a scholarship program that
seeks to award students who perform well in the Faculty of Sciences (FSc) Pre-Medical degree. The students
are required to study clinical medicine in Chinese for six years, and a passing score on the HSK band 3 (or
above) is to be attained by scholarship holders within one year of admission. Xinjiang Medical University is
one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in
English.
Xinjiang Medical University Ranking:
World Rank 2944 as on 24.04.2020
First among medical universities in Xinjiang, People’s Republic of China
Holds 37th position among “Top Chinese Universities in Medicine, 2011”
49th position in China Medical Universities Rankings 2012, an annual list of China’s top universities
by China University Assessment[18] 388th position in China overall, ranking by Webometrics Ranking of World Universities.
236th university in China overall, having a score of 20.0
Students who wish to study in one of the Top 45 MBBS universities in China, Xinjiang Medical University is a
good option.

9- NANJING MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI approved
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
NanjingUniversity Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Nanjing Medical University: 34,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Nanjing Medical University: 6,000RMB/YEAR
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Introduction to Nanjing Medical University
Nanjing Medical University is an institution of higher learning with a glorious history and excellent
traditions. As early as 1941, it became one of the first institutions in China to admit graduate students. It
was also one of the first medical colleges in China to offer six-year medical education programs, and one
of the first to be authorized to confer doctoral and master’s degrees in China, as well. NMU is one of the
key universities sponsored by Jiangsu Province. Nanjing Medical University is one of the top 45 listed
medical universities in China and approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
Nanjing Medical University – NMU
Nanjing Medical University – NMU stone
About NMU
Nanjing Medical University (NMU) was founded in 1934 as Jiangsu Provincial College of Health Policy
and Management. It was renamed Nanjing Medical College in 1957. It adopted its current name Nanjing
Medical University in 1993.
Today the university is a modern medical education institution with a complete range of disciplines, a
strong faculty, and first class research capacities. It has seven first-level discipline doctoral programs,
eleven first-level discipline master’s programs, and six postdoctoral research centers. Its degree
programs cover seven disciplines – medicine, science, technology, management, law, education, and
literature. The university has three state-level key disciplines and one key discipline for state-level
cultivation. It also has one academician from the Chinese Academy of Engineering and one state key
laboratory.
The University consists of twenty-two schools and one independent school (Kangda School). It has
twenty-three affiliated hospitals and more than fifty teaching hospitals in Jiangsu, Shanghai, Zhejiang,
and Shandong etc.
In the past eight decades, the university has cultivated a great number of medical and health care talents
and made an enduring contribution to the health cause of humankind.
In recent years, Nanjing Medical University has extensively carried out exchange activities and has

actively developed multi-model relationships and cooperation with other colleges and universities. It has
established cooperation and academic exchange with medical colleges and institutions in the U.S.A.,
Canada, Australia, Sweden, Japan, Taiwan Province, and Hong Kong SAR, etc.;and it now has more
than 650 students from Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR, Taiwan Province and other countries around the
world.
In the new century, NMU aims to become one of the highest grade medical universities, with distinctive
features and international fame; and it will strive to make even more outstanding contributions in medical
education, research, service, and culture.
Nanjing Medical University (NMU), China
Nanjing Medical University (NMU) Gate
Nanjing Medical University (NMU), China
Nanjing Medical University (NMU) Building
Campus:
The university has two campuses, Wutai and Jiangning. Wutai Campus, located at the south foot of
Wutai Hill in Gulou District, Nanjing, has a land area of eight hectares and is a center of clinical teaching
and research. Jiangning Campus, located in the university town in Jiangning, Nanjing, has a land area of
eighty-seven hectares and is a center of teaching and research. With more than 1,070, 000 printed
medical resources, more than 1,500,000 e-resources and over 6,000 journals in a variety of languages,
the university library boasts a vast collection of resources that makes it a center of medical literature in
Jiangsu province. NMU is also responsible for publishing 11 academic journals.
Nanjing Medical University (NMU), China
Nanjing Medical University (NMU) Park
Nanjing Medical University (NMU), China
Nanjing Medical University (NMU) Building
Nanjing Medical University (NMU) Building
Nanjing Medical University (NMU) Building
Nanjing Medical University (NMU) Building
About Nanjing:
Nanjing, abbreviate as Ning, the capital of Jiangsu province in China and the deputy provincial city of
Jiangsu province, is the provincial political, economical and cultural center. As one of the four capitals of
ancient China, Nanjing is a vital cradle of Chinese civilization and over a long stretch of time, it has been
the political and cultural pivot of South China, thus dubbed as the Capital of Ten Ancient Dynasties, rich
in both cultural heritage and historical relics. It has produced a great many scientists, intellectuals &
poets, and artists.
As the capital of Jiangsu province in China, Nanjing is a city full of vigor and opportunities. It is a window
for you to get a glimpse of real China. Touring, studying and living here, you may find it changing and
growing every day, you may find it a city with Chinese tradition as the background and full of many
modern qualities, and you may feel the hospitality of the people here.
Nanjing is in the monsoon climate area of north subtropical zone. The four seasons are distinct here,
with damp conditions seen throughout the year, very hot and muggy summers, cold and damp winters,
and in between, spring and autumn are of reasonable length.
In recent years, Nanjing has been developing its economy, commerce, industry, as well as city
construction.
Living in University:
Nanjing Medical University (NMU) holds various kinds of activities, such as: Aerobics Competitions,
Scientific and Technological and Cultural Arts Festival, knowledge, operation and skill of emergency

treatment competition, Singing Competitions and more.

There are many Student Organizations at NMU.

10- JIANGSU UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI approved
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Jiangsu University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Jiangsu University: 34,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Jiangsu University: 4,800RMB/YEAR
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Jiangsu University (JSU) is ranked among the top 100 universities out of over 2,000 higher educational
institutions in China. JSU is one of the oldest educational institutions in China, and its origin can be
traced back to 1902 when it was first established as Sanjiang Normal College. JSU was then founded
out of the initial college by combining the former Jiangsu University of Science and Technology (a
national key university), Zhenjiang Medical College and Zhenjiang Teachers’ College with approval from
the Ministry of Education, China in August, 2001. Jiangsu University is one of the top 45 listed medical
universities in China and approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
About Jiangsu University:
Currently, JSU is a teaching, research and community oriented comprehensive institution with emphasis
on engineering and allied disciplines. Four disciplines have been ranked as global top 1% in ESI, such
as Engineering, Materials Science, Clinical Medicine and Chemistry. According to the Evaluations of
China’s Universities in 2015 by China Academy of Management Science, JSU is ranked 55.
JSU enjoys a national reputation of being among the top research based academic institution for
engineering sciences with several innovative achievements and patents rights for its achievement and
contribution to the economic growth of China and world economy. Other academic disciplines have also
witnesses astronomical growth in their research faculty and quality of graduates they turn out yearly. This
has continually made the University to enjoy an influx of international students from all continents with
resultant increased growth in linkages and exchange programs with other educational institution around
the world. The employment rate of the university’s graduates has been over 95%.
JSU has been entrusted by the United Nations to train many high ranking management personnel and
experts in Agricultural Machinery. Since 2005, JSU started to enroll a complete batch of degree learners.
Presently, over 1,000 international students from more than 78 countries are studying in JSU. The
University internationalization drive has been yielding the desired results through extensive learning and
research work.
About OEC:
Overseas Education College (OEC), formerly called International Education Exchange College, was
formally founded in 2011. As an independent institution, OEC is responsible for International students’
admission, academic affairs, routine administration and organizing Chinese international education. In
2015, the number of foreign students reached 1200; they are from 82 countries of 5 continents and

include undergraduate, postgraduate students, as well as language students, advanced students and
post-doctors.
During the recent 5 years, OEC continues optimizing resources and enhancing quality. In 2014, OEC
designed and started freshmen’s Study Ability Assessment Exam, which aimed to help new students
adapt to college study life as soon as possible. Every year OEC organizes internationalized professional
teachers or lecturers to take part in national or international training programs.
OEC pays attention to cultural inheritance and therefore organizes foreign students to take part in
various activities in and outside university, trying to help foreign students understand Chinese culture
and feel the happiness of study in China. The Jinji Lake Dragon Boat Race, Singing Talent Competition
for Foreigners in Jiangsu Province, New Year’s Long-distance Running in Zhenjiang, Jiangsu University
International Cultural Festival, Jiangsu University “Chinese Bridge” Competition etc., all these brand
activities receive broad media attention every year. “Universal Hand-in-Hand Association” affiliated to
OEC occasionally holds different activities or events which help foreign and Chinese students
communicate and build up an internationalized atmosphere on campus.
About Zhenjiang:
Zhenjiang is located in the southwest of China, Jiangsu Province. It has a long history, beautiful
sceneries and a pleasant weather. Zhenjiang is a famous historic and cultural city in China. The most
popular places here are: Jin Mountain, Jiao Mountain and Beigu Mountain, which are along the Yangtze
River. The scenery reminds of a magnificent painting of the landscape.
Thousands of years of history can be observed in the Xijin Ferry Street, which delivers a unique style of
architecture. It resembles a natural history museum. Compared to cities like Beijing, Shanghai or
Guangzhou, Zhenjiang has a more simple and quiet Chinese flavor, also known as the “Oriental
Romantic Town”. Zhenjiang provides a rich offer of Chinese language and culture e.g. if you walk in the
“Three mountains”, you will explore “The Tale of the White Snake”, “Goddess Mirage”, fascinating
legends as well as lovely poetry and acting.
While living in Zhenjiang, you will have many opportunities to talk to warm-hearted and friendly people in
our city and practice your Chinese. You will feel the magic of multiple cultures, explore the charm of
Chinese culture and en|oy the life style of this small town. Finally, you will have gained your very own
special adventure with all this, which will be a unique experience in your life.The university covers an
area of 203 hectares with teaching and experimental equipment worth 760 million CNY. The library has a
floor area of 62,500 m2 with a collection of 2.7 million books and 1.2 millions e-books. The university has
1 national engineering and technology research center, 1 national experiment teaching demonstration
center, 2 national pilot zones for talents training pattern innovation. Jiangsu University Press and Jiangsu
University Hospital (the A-level hospital) are two major affiliations to the University.
The OEC holds the ‘International Culture Day’ with over 1200 overseas students from more than 80
countries. The importance of this special day is to fully present the cultures of the different countries and
regions across the five continents, bringing the various foreign cultures together on campus. This event
offers all the students a great opportunity to understand and learn from different cultures, and also adapt
themselves to internationalization of education. Different countries display different historic artifacts,
cultural dresses, and historic locations and dressed in their cultural attires. Materials on exhibition
included food, native dresses, fabrics, ornament, shoes, jewelries; the wide display served as a form of
non-formal education for students to learn appreciate and respect each countries culture.
Joy in Jiangsu is an annual talent show competition organized in the Jiangsu province. It provides the
foreigners based here with a platform to showcase their abilities in the field of dancing and singing. Each
year has been filled with fun, frolic and of course, Jiangsu University’s students.
JSU Sports Meet:
Keeping the students’ fit JSU sports meet is a multi-event competition from track and field to most ball
sports. OEC team consistently ranked first in track and field events among all the colleges in JSU. OEC
team also leads in other sports like football, basketball, volley ball, badminton etc.
Jiangsu University Canteens:
The University has about 8 general cafeterias and 2 Muslim cafeterias in strategic locations on campus
providing hygienic and balance meals at affordable price. The ambiances of these cafeterias are in line
with the safest health standards in China and students have a wide range of options to choose from.

11- WENZHOU MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI approved
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Wenzhou University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Wenzhou Medical University: 30,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Wenzhou Medical University: 4,000RMB/YEAR
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Wenzhou Medical University, designated as a key university in Wenzhou, Zhejiang, is an institution of
higher learning under the leadership of Zhejiang Provincial Government.Wenzhou Medical University is
one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in
English.
History
Wenzhou Medical University (WMU) is a higher institution under the administration of Zhejiang Provincial
Government. It can trace its origin back to the former Zhejiang Specialized Medical School established in
1912. In August 1958, a group of faculty was sent from Zhejiang Medical College in Hangzhou to help
establish the Second Zhejiang Medical College in Wenzhou, whose name was changed to Wenzhou
Medical College in accordance with its location. In 2013 Wenzhou Medical College was officially
renamed Wenzhou Medical University. In 2015, it was shortlisted as one of the co-development
universities by the Ministry of Education, National Health Commission and Zhejiang Provincial
Government. In 2017, it became a Priority Development University in Zhejiang Province.

Wenzhou Medical University Campuses:
WMU is composed of three campuses, located respectively at:
Chashan (Main campus)
Xueyuan Road
Dongtou District (Binhai Campus)
These cover a combined area of about 73 ha. (=1,100 mu) with a floor space of 460,000m2
Wenzhou Medical University Schools and departments:
Wenzhou Medical University School of Stomatology
Wenzhou Medical University School of Basic Medical Sciences
Wenzhou Medical University School of the 1st Clinical Medical Sciences, School of Information and
Engineering
Wenzhou Medical University School of the 2nd Clinical Medical Sciences
Wenzhou Medical University School of Ophthalmology and Optometry, School of Biomedical

Engineering
Wenzhou Medical University School of Laboratory Science and Life Science
Wenzhou Medical University School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Wenzhou Medical University School of Nursing
Wenzhou Medical University School of Public Health and Management
Wenzhou Medical University School of Marxism
Wenzhou Medical University School of Sports Science
Wenzhou Medical University School of Foreign Language Studies
Wenzhou Medical University School of International Studies
Wenzhou Medical University School of Mental Health
Wenzhou Medical University School of innovation and Entrepreneurship Education
Wenzhou Medical University Affiliated hospitals
The 1st Affiliated Hospital
The 2nd Affiliated Hospital and Yuying Children’s Hospital
The Affiliated Eye Hospital
The Affiliated Dental Hospital
19 non-directly-governed affiliated hospitals Wenzhou, Taizhou, Lishui, Wenling, Cixi, Dongyang, Yiwu,
Zhuji, Zhoushan, Yueqing, Ruian, Cangnan, Xiangshan, Xinchang, Hangzhou
Wenzhou Medical University International Cooperation:
Australia
Queensland University of Technology
North America
New England College of Optometry, USA
Pacific University, USA
State University of New York College of Optometry, USA
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, USA
University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Europe
fr:Institut supérieur d’optique, Paris, France
Medical University of Graz, Austria
Université de Bourgogne, France
University of Central Lancashire, England
University of Pécs, Hungary
Austria
Medical University of Graz, Austria

Asia
Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia
University of Miyazaki, Japan
Confucius Center, Burapha University, Thailand[9] Burapha University, Thailand
Fuji Tokoha University, Japan
Hokuriku University, Japan
Gachon University, Korea
Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao
Chung Shan Medical University, Taiwan
I-Shou University, Taiwan
Macau university of science and technology, Macau
Wenzhou Medical University Events:
Special Olympics Sports Health Center[10] Brightness Project
Alliance for Smile
Marrow for Life
People Inspired by Norman Bethune

12- ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI approved
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Zhejiang University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Zhejiang University: 42,800RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Zhejiang University: 6,000RMB/YEAR
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Zhejiang University also colloquially is an elite C9 League university located in Hangzhou, the capital
of Zhejiang province. Founded in 1897, Zhejiang University is one of China’s oldest, most selective, and most
prestigious institutions of higher education. The university is organized into 37 colleges, schools, and
departments offering more than 140 undergraduate and 300 graduate programs.
The university is also a Chinese Ministry of Education Class A Double First Class University and is an active
member of the Yangtze Delta Universities Alliance, the Association of Pacific Rim Universities, the Worldwide
Universities Network, the International Association of Universities, and the Global University Network for
Innovation. Zhejiang University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by

MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
The university possesses a faculty of more than 3,741 scholars, including 45 members from the Chinese
Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering, 10 Liberal Arts and Humanities Senior
Professors ,121 Chang Jiang Scholars Program Professors, and 133 recipients of the National Science Fund
for Distinguished Young Scholars.
Zhejiang University maintains 5 academic libraries. The library collection in its entirety contains more than 7.7
million volumes,making it one of China’s largest academic collections.The university also includes 7 affiliated
hospitals, 1 museum, 2 international joint institutes, and boasts over 150 student organizations.
Among its approximate 3,700 standing faculty members, more than 1,200 faculty members hold the title of
professor. The faculty includes: 23 members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 23 members of
the Chinese Academy of Engineering, 48 scholars in the national Recruitment Program of Global Experts, 20
chief scientists of national 973 projects, 121 Chang Jiang (Yangtze River) Award winners, and 133 recipients
of the awards from the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars. Zhejiang University also has
prominent foreign faculty.
Zhejiang University Student body[
At present, there are a total of 54,641 full-time students enrolled at Zhejiang University, including 29,216
graduate students, 10,178 Ph.D candidates, and 25,425 undergraduates. In addition, there are 7,074
international students currently attending Zhejiang University.
Zhejiang University Ranking
Zhejiang University is consistently ranked among China’s top universities.In 2019, it ranked 16th among the
universities around the world by SCImago Institutions Rankings.
Zhejiang University has seven campuses:
Yuquan Campus
The Yuquan campus is the main campus of engineering, computer science, and the physical sciences. Most
students at the Yuquan campus are graduate students within these academic disciplines. The Yuquan
campus was the main campus of Zhejiang University until the Zijin’gang campus was built in 2002.
Xixi Campus
The Xixi campus was previously Hangzhou University before merging with Zhejiang University in 1998. The
campus hosts the Department of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, the School of Marxism, College of
Education, and the School of Humanities.
Haining International Campus
The Haining International Campus is located in the Zhejiang city of Haining. Clusters of international
cooperative partners and institutions reside at this campus, which opened in 2016 as part of Zhejiang
University.
Huajiachi Campus
The Huajiachi campus serves as the campus of agriculture. It was previously Zhejiang Agricultural University
before merging with Zhejiang University and served as the old Huajiachi Campus for the “National Che Kiang
University”. The Huajiachi campus is Zhejiang University’s oldest campus. It currently hosts the School of
Long-Distance Education.
Zhijiang Campus
The Zhijiang campus is home to Zhejiang University’s Guanghua Law School. Before being acquired by
Zhejiang University in 1952, the Zhijiang campus served as the main campus of Zhijiang University.
Zijin’gang Campus
The Zijin’gang campus serves as the main campus of Zhejiang University and is located in the northwest of
Hangzhou. The Zijin’gang Campus boasts a large assortment of academic departments and schools,
including the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Medicine, College of Chemical and Biomedical
Engineering, College of Biosystems Engineering and Food Science, the College of Animal Sciences, the
College of Life Sciences, the College of Civil Engineering and Architecture, the College of Environmental and
Resource Sciences, the School of Management, and the School of Public Affairs.
Zhoushan Campus
The Zhoushan campus is a relatively new campus that opened in 2015 and serves as the campus for the
Ocean College and is located in Zhoushan.
Affiliated institutes

Zhejiang California International NanoSystems Institute (ZCNI)
Center of Mathematical Sciences, Zhejiang University
Research Institute of Zhejiang University-Taizhou
China Academy of West Region Development
Qiushi Academy for Advanced Studies, Zhejiang University
Zhejiang University Innovation institute(ZII), international
Social Science Experiment Center of Zhejiang University
Life Science Institute, Zhejiang University
Institute of Environment Pollution Control and Treatment, Zhejiang University
Academy of Financial Research, Zhejiang University
Ocean Research Center of Zhoushan, Zhejiang University
International Design Institute, Zhejiang University
Academy of Global Zhejiang Entrepreneurs, Zhejiang University
Institute of Translational Medicine, Zhejiang University
Public Policy Research Institute of Zhejiang University
Institute of Genetics, Zhejiang University
Zhejiang University Institute for Advanced Study in Humanities and Social Sciences
Research Center of Public Service and Performance Evaluation, Zhejiang University
Zhejiang University Affiliated hospitals
Zhejiang University has seven affiliated hospitals
1. The First Affiliated Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine
2. The Second Affiliated Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine (formerly Kwang-Chi Hospital
3. Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital (donated by Sir Run Run Shaw)
4. The Fourth Affiliated Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine
5. The Women’s Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine
6. The Children’s Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine
7. Zhejiang Stomatology Hospital (also named Zhejiang University Affiliated Stomatology Hospital)
Zhejiang University Affiliated colleges
Zhejiang University City College (Hangzhou)
Ningbo Institute of Technology, Zhejiang University (Ningbo)

13- WUHAN UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Wuhan University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Wuhan University: 40,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Wuhan University: 40RMB-70RMB/DAY
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Wuhan University is a national research university located in Wuhan, Hubei. It is one of the most prestigious
and selective universities in China, and was recognized by the Chinese Ministry of Education as a Class
A Double First Class University. It was one of the four elite universities in the early Republican period and is
also one of the oldest universities in China. Wuhan University is located at Luojia Hill, with palatial buildings
blending Chinese and Western styles. It is regarded by many as one of the most beautiful campuses in China.
Wuhan University has been perennially ranked among the top-tier universities in China. Nationally, it was
ranked fourth in 2016 and third in 2017 due to its academic excellence. The university is well known for
research in fields such as the social sciences, remote sensing, survey engineering, and hydraulic engineering.
It is administered by the Ministry of Education of China and was selected by both Project 985 and Project
211 as a major recipient of state funding.Wuhan University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in
China and approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in English.

Academics
In 2018, Wuhan University’s student body consisted of 29,405 full-time undergraduates and 19,699 full-time
master’s degree candidates, 7,163 Ph.D candidates and 2,453 international students.[15] Wuhan University Rankings
Wuhan University is ranked among the top 10 universities in China.
In 2016, CUAA ranked it the 4th.
In 2015, CUAA ranked it the 4th and Wu Shulian ranked it the 7th.
In 2014, CUAA ranked it the 5th and Wu Shulian ranked it the 7th.
World
In 2019, QS World University Rankings ranked it 257th in the world and 9th in China.
In 2016, US News and World Report ranked it 251st in the world and 9th in China.
In 2015, Academic Ranking of World Universities ranked it between 301st-400th in the world and 14th-27th
in Greater China (including Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan).
It came 351st-400th in the 2014 Times Higher Education World University Rankings where it ranked 10th in
China.
The university has rolling physical features with the scenic Luojia Hill and the beautiful East Lake. Its campus
is heavily wooded and green, with fragrant flowers everywhere year-round. Wuhan University is widely known
as one of the most beautiful universities in China, especially for its cherry blossom garden. A cherry blossom
festival is held every spring.
Most stylish old buildings were designed by F. H. Kales (1899–1979). Educated in MIT, Kales was a pioneer
to blend western architectural styles with traditional Chinese elements, which is most evident from his roof
designs.
Wuhan University boasts a campus covering an area of 5508 mu and has a floor area of 2.42 square
kilometres. The university’s libraries have a collection of approximately 5.4 million volumes and subscriptions
to more than 10,000 Chinese and foreign periodicals.
Wuhan University has established cooperative relationship with more than 300 universities and research
institutes in over 40 countries and regions.
School of Information Management at Wuhan University signed a cooperation agreement with Royal
School of Library and Information Science in Denmark in 2009.
Wuhan University has collaborated with Duke University and the city of Kunshan to establish Duke
Kunshan University.
Art and culture
Luojia Golden Fall Art Festival

Luojia Golden Fall International Cultural Festival
Students’ Associations Cultural Festival
Campus Supermarket of Cultural Activities

14- HUAZHONG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Wuhan University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Huazhong University of Science and Technology:
40,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Huazhong University of Science and Technology:
6,500RMB/YEAR
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Vision
HUST aims to establish itself as a world-class university with Chinese characteristics. Devoted
to “Seek truth and Make innovation”, the university will continue to pursue excellence, improve
holistic education quality, and strive for a more brilliant future.
Overview
HUST is a comprehensive and key national university directly under the administration of the
Ministry of Education in China. Located in Wuhan, the campus covers an area of over 470
hectares, known as “University in the Forest”. HUST commend to advance combination of
humanity education and science education, dedicate to nurture well-rounded individuals.
The university was established in 1952, originally under the name of Huazhong Institute of
Technology. On May 26, 2000, the former HUST merged with Tongji Medical University
(founded in 1907) and Wuhan Urban Construction Institute (founded in 1952), to form the new
HUST today. The university is one of the first batch of universities supported by the “Double
First-class” Initiative, which was supported by “211 Project” and “985 Project” before.
HUST hosts around 3400 full-time faculty members, including 16 academicians of CAS and
CAE, over 1600 with overseas experience, more than 1200 professors and over 1300 associate
professors.
Approximately 55,000 full-time students in total are enrolled, including about 30,000
undergraduates, 17,700 master candidates, and 7300 doctoral candidates.

Why study in HUST
HUST has about 40 schools and departments, covering 10 subject areas: philosophy, economics, law,
education, literature, engineering, medicine, management and arts, offering a variety of degree programs,
including 99 undergraduate programs, 201 master programs, and 188 PhD programs. In 2017, Four
disciplines namely, Mechanical Engineering, Optical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Public Health and
Preventive Medicine ranks top 1 (A+) among its peers in China. Huazhong University of Science and
Technology University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MOE
China to teach MBBS in English.
Social commitment
HUST commits to producing outstanding talents, distinguished scholars, remarkable
achievements that benefit the country and the world. It comprehensively promote quality
education and build a dynamic and innovative talent cultivation system. Over the past decades,
the university has cultivated about 400 thousand professional talents. It educated about 50
academicians of CAS and CAE, over 50 presidents of China’s higher education institution
and a group of provincial governors and ministers. Over 15 alumni were listed as 30
under 30 by Forbes China, 5 of which were listed as 30 under 30 Asia.
The university services local economy by developing cooperative programs, setting up research
institutes and industrialization bases with local governments and major enterprises. Now the
university has developed itself into one of the seven national technology transfer centers in
China. The Optics Valley of China in Wuhan was proposed by HUST.
Internationalization
With burgeoning international exchanges and cooperation, HUST has strategic partnerships
with more than 100 renowned universities and research institutions from over 35 countries and
regions. International educational institutes are established, including School of Engineering
Sciences, one of the first four pilot schools supported by International Demonstration School

Promotion Plan; China-EU Institute for Clean and Renewable Energy (ICARE), the third Sino-
European educational institute jointly initiated and established by the Chinese government and

European Union.
Over 1,600 scholars and experts visit and lecture here annually. Various overseas exchange
programmes are available. Currently, about 4,000 international students gather here for degree
and non-degree programs. Scholarships are accessible to all applicants. A number of
governors and ministers have been trained for ASEAN.Research
HUST is proud of the three leading national platforms:
1. Wuhan National Research Center for Optoelectronics (WNLO), which has published the largest
number of academic publications among the top three optical centers
worldwide. http://www.wnlo.cn/
2. Wuhan National High Magnetic Field Center (WHMFC), which can generate the highest intensity
pulsed magnetic fields in Asia, third highest in the
world. http://whmfc.hust.edu.cn/english/About_Us.htm
3. Center for Gravitational Experiments (CGE), which contributes the most accurate Newtonian
gravitational constant in the world. http://ggg.hust.edu.cn/English/Home.htm
In addition, various education and research facilities have been well established, including 5
state key laboratories, 6 national engineering (technology) research centers, 1 national
engineering laboratory, 2 national specialized laboratories, and tens of provincial research
bases. Tongji Medical College of HUST has 10 affiliated hospitals, which integrate the functions
of clinic medical service, teaching, scientific research and training.

15-SHANTOU UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Jilin University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of SHANTOU UNIVERSITY : 60,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of SHANTOU UNIVERSITY: 9,600RMB-14,500RMB/YEAR
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Introduction to Shantou University
Shantou University (STU), founded in 1981, is a comprehensive public university located in southeast coast of China, jointly supported by the Ministry of Education, the Guangdong Provincial Government and the Li Ka Shing Foundation. It is the only public university in the world that receives long-term funding from the Li Ka Shing Foundation. Shantou University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in English.

About STU
The University consists of 8 colleges and schools, namely, College of Liberal Arts, College of Sciences, College of Engineering, Medical College, Law School, Business School, Cheung Kong School of Art and Design, and Cheung Kong School of Journalism and Communication.
Since its inception, Shantou University has received a generous support from the distinguished philanthropist and international entrepreneur, Mr. Li Ka-shing. The Li Ka Shing Foundation has earmarked grants of HK$8 billion through 2018 to support Shantou University (Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business included).
Shantou University is committed to offering student-centered education with the educational idea of “Building Up Oneself for the Pursuit of One’s Selflessness”. It is engaged in reforms related to university governance and talent development, and also planning to relocate Medical College into the main campus and to develop a globally advanced curriculum focusing on life science. Since 2001, the University has conducted a profound internationalization-oriented reform, and overseas talents have been recruited to serve as provost, vice president and deans. Through a series of reforms in curriculum design, teaching, resources management and human resources system, it aims to offer a platform for the exploration of higher educational reform in China.
Shantou University is striving for a top-tier university that provides quality education, develops advanced governance system, shows distinctive feature of internationalization, endeavors to meet the major demands for economic development of the nation and Guangdong, and places high value on innovation, creation and entrepreneurship.
About Shantou University Medical College (SUMC)
Shantou University Medical College (SUMC) is an important part of Shantou University. SUMC exists to lead by being student-centered in medical education; patient-centered in health service delivery; application-centered in biomedical and clinical research; public interest-centered in community services; faculty and staff-centered for sustainable development of SUMC. Guided by the core values of innovation, dedication and exemplary professionalism, SUMC continually strengthens education, research and healthcare services that meet international standards.
SUMC Campus
Shantou University Medical College currently has two campuses: the original medical campus in the historic center of Shantou city, and another modern campus shared with the main campus of Shantou University in the northeastern suburbs.
Preparations are being made to relocate the entire Medical College to the university’s main campus, bringing together all colleges of Shantou University and allowing us to create a fully integrated multidisciplinary life sciences center. One of the world’s most prestigious architecture firms has been commissioned to design the new campus space. Supported by the Li Ka-shing Foundation, they are building a unique and innovative learning environment that will unite Man with Nature, and be conducive to the nurturing of creativity among students and staff.
Scholarship Available
Guangdong Government provide36 International Student Scholarship
About Shantou
Shantou is a coastal city in China’s southeast Guangdong province with around 5 million inhabitants. Facing the South China Sea and the island of Taiwan, the city lies in the metropolitan region known as Chaoshan, and is conveniently situated in the proximity of several important cities including the provincial capital of Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xiamen and Hong Kong. As one of the five original Special Economic Zones in China, it is still an important harbor, economic center, and knowledge hub in eastern Guangdong. The city is known for its pleasant subtropical climate, beautiful mountain, islands and shores, delicious seafood, and unique local culture.

Living in University (SUMC)
SUMC encourages students to form their own organizations and to participate in various campus activities and community services, providing facilities, equipment and financial supports.
The student organizations consist of the Student Union, an autonomous organization responsible for defending students’ interests and providing a variety of services to their fellow students, and over 30 student associations and clubs. They are active in organizing various extra-curricular activities for their fellow students, which makes our campus life more vigorous and energetic.
SUMC sees the value of engaging student into cultural activities, thus sponsoring The Campus Art and Culture Festival and The English Science and Technology Festival every year. The Campus Art and Culture Festival consists of competitions (dancing, singing, event hosting, calligraphy, painting, photography, dorm interior design, and skits), concerts, and talent shows while The English Science and Technology Festival includes science paper presentations and competitions (multimedia courseware, speech and plays) in English.
Sports Facilities
STU has 28 table tennis tables, 17 badminton courts, 14 basketball courts, 6 tennis courts, 3 volleyball courts, 3 fitness rooms, 2 swimming pools, 1 gymnastics rooms, 1 skating rink, 1 small football field.

16-XI’AN JIAOTONG UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Xi’an Jiaotong University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Xi’an Jiaotong University: 40,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Xi’an Jiaotong University: 8,700RMB/YEAR
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Xi’an Jiaotong University (abbreviated XJTU) is a C9 League university with strengths in engineering, technology, management, and life sciences located in Xi’an, Shaanxi, China.It is a Chinese Ministry of Education Class A Double First Class University.XJTU’s twenty schools comprise a comprehensive research university offering programs in nine areas: science, engineering, medicine, economics, management, art, law, philosophy and education.
XJTU houses five national key laboratories, four national special laboratories, and two national engineering research centers.XJTU’s eight affiliated teaching hospitals include two ranked in China’s top 100.The university is the hub of the University Alliance of the Silk Road, an international academic alliance under the umbrella of the People’s Republic of China’s One Belt, One Road initiative that aims to build educational collaboration and fuel economic growth in countries along the Silk Road Economic Belt and key partners worldwide.Xi’an Jiaotong University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in English.

Faculty and Staff
XJTU’s faculty and staff of more than 5500 includes twelve members of the Chinese National Academy of Engineering, nine of whom are also members of the Chinese National Academy of Sciences; 38 Changjiang (Yangtze River) Scholars; and 25 National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars award winners. From the perspective of teaching, XJTU’s faculty and staff include five recipients of national teaching awards, 142 participants in the Ministry of Education’s “New Century Program for Promising Young Talent”, and 547 recipients of government stipends for outstanding contributions to China.Notable faculty include Yu Mao-Hong, originator of unified strength theory.
Students and academic programs
XJTU’s 30,000 strong student body, including 15,000 graduate students, can pursue 84 undergraduate majors, 200 master’s degree disciplines, and 115 doctoral disciplines. Among these, eight are designated as first-order key disciplines by the Chinese government.
International Students: At present there are more than 400 Foreign students from all over the world predominantly from Pakistan, Malaysia, Russia, Bangladesh, Nepal, ASEAN countries, Gulf countries, Central Asian countries, Australia, New Zealand and European countries.

Campus and Student life
XJTU’s three campuses (Xingqing, Yanta, and Qujiang) cover over 250 hectares.The Qian Xuesen Library (Xingqing campus) houses 5 million books, 4,100 current periodicals, 30,000 electronic periodicals, and more than 1 million electronic books. The library’s computer system is fully integrated with the campus network, CERNET, and the Internet.
Students living on campus have modern dormitory, dining, and athletic facilities, including the Siyuan Student Activities Center. Students are supported by scholarships and stipends, with scholarships for undergraduates totaling 12 million yuan per year, and additional annual support in the form of loans totaling 14.4 million yuan. XJTU’s “innovation fund” distributes 50 million yuan per year to graduate students. The university has a psychological health education and counseling center for university students.
High school programs
The Honors Youth Program of Xi’an Jiaotong University, established in 1985, admits 140 high school freshmen annually to coursework at High School Affiliated to Xi’an Jiaotong University, Suzhou High School-SIP, or Tianjin Nankai High School. Students who pass can matriculate to XJTU without taking the Gaokao.Students who subsequently pass their undergraduate courses can begin master’s programs at XJTU without taking the Postgraduate Admission Test.
Internet education
XJTU’s Internet Education School. founded in 2001 as one of 15 experimental universities approved by the Chinese Ministry of Education to establish distance education. The university partners with a number of leading universities in China for this project. XJTU was involved in a number of nationwide experiments and pilot projects including the Ministry of Education “Demonstration Project of Internet Education Based on Satellite and Terrestrial Networks”; “Tenth Five-Year Plan” key project “real-time teaching system”; and the National Science Fund projects “Study of Individual and Interactive Virtual Collaborative Learning Environment” and “Study and Application of Personality Mining in E-Learning”.
Medical School
The School of Medicine of Xi’an Jiaotong University, was founded in 1937 as the School of Medicine of National Peking University. It was renamed Xi’an Medical University in 1985, then to its current name after becoming affiliated with XJTU in April, 2000. Its core values are Unity, Diligence, Preciseness and Innovation. It is the only top medical science school directly attached to the Ministry of Health in the Northwest region, as well as a branch of Academy of Medical Science in China. About 40,000 advanced medical experts have been trained at the School of Medicine of XJTU since its founding.
More than 4500 current students on campus include 400 doctoral students, 900 post graduates and 3500 undergraduates. The school has excellent and experienced faculty as well as working staff, and the number has been over 4000 (staff in the affiliated hospitals also included). It has more than 620 professors and associate professors, 81 doctoral mentors, 13 experts who have made outstanding contributions on the state and provincial level and besides, 35 domestic and overseas visiting professors (3 are members of Chinese Academy of Science). There are 28 departments (18 clinical departments included); 3 Clinical Teaching Hospitals: The First Affiliated Hospital, The Second Affiliated Hospital and The Affiliated Dental Hospital; 6 centers (Biological Medicine R&E Center, Long-Distance Medicine Center, All-Division Medicine Center, Medical Information Center, Animal Experimentation Center and Medical Testing and Training Center); 27 Graduate Schools; 1 keystone lab belonging to Ministry of Education, 2 keystone labs belonging to Ministry of Health and 3 keystone labs at Provincial level; 2 keystone subjects as Physiology and Medical Jurisprudence at State level and another 7 keystone subjects at Provincial level. Meanwhile, the School of Medicine has 2 first-level research stations for the Post doctorates, Fundamental Medicine and Clinical Medicine.
It has gradually established a complete administrative system for educating and training both undergraduate and graduate students. For undergraduates, at present, there are subjects as Clinical Medicine (5-year duration and 7-year duration), Dental Medicine, Nursing, Medical Jurisprudence, Preventive Medicine, Pharmacology, Medical Engineering and so on. There are 10 authorized places for awarding doctorates and 29 places for master’s degrees. The authorized places for awarding these degrees cover all medical specialities and most of the related medical specialities. For undergraduate student education the emphasis is on practice with basic knowledge and extensive education. The school has built up a training mode of “Broad Entrance, Strong Foundation and Emphasis on Practice”, and under this training mode, the graduates have got high praises from their employers. For postgraduate student education, the emphasis is on training on innovative thoughts and abilities. Besides, the school has actively developed recruitment and training for the students with bachelor’s degree of Clinical Medicine and MPH.

International Program
As the major trading site of the silk road, Xi’an has emerged as the site of a major international university alliance associated with the One Belt, One Road initiative. The program was initiated by the principal Shuguo Wang, and it has held forums for it since 2015. The university is home to a vigorous international program of research and exchange, centered around the University Alliance of the Silk Road that was formed in 2015.
The university has partnerships with several other universities that have not been incorporated into the University Alliance of the Silk Road, including Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman and Washington University in St. Louis through the McDonnell International Scholars Academy.Xi’an Jiaotong University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in English.

17-SOUTHERN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Southern Medical University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Southern Medical University: 33,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Southern Medical University: 6,000RMB/YEAR
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Southern Medical University, formerly known as First Military Medical University, affiliated to the People’s Liberation Army of China, is an institution of higher learning in Guangzhou, the capital city of Guangdong Province, China. It was founded in 1951 and became a national key universities in 1979. Approved by the State Council and the Central Military Commission of the PLA, the university came under the jurisdiction of Guangdong Province in August 2004, whereupon it was renamed Southern Medical University.
Southern Medical University is in the foothills of the picturesque Baiyun Mountain in Guangzhou. The main campus, together with its south campus in the southern suburb of Guangzhou, covers an area of nearly one square kilometer. It has been awarded the first-class garden-like university, for rows of green trees nourish and bouquets of flowers blossom on the campuses all throughout the year. Southern Medical University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in English.

Academics
This university offers courses in Clinical Medicine at the Bachelors and Masters levels, in Western medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, economics and medical-related fields. Students are also taught English (for Chinese students) and Mandarin Chinese (for foreign students) at the basic level.
Southern Medical University is recognised by the World Health Organization and by the Medical Council of India.
The university is a rich haven for research and development in the field of medicine.
Affiliated Hospitals
Southern Medical University flourishes along with its handover from the military system to the civilian one. Its seven affiliated hospitals are
Nanfang Hospital
Zhujiang Hospital
Hua’nan Hospital
Nanhua Hospital
Stomatology Hospital
Pingxiang Hospital
Jiangdu Hospital
Xinhui People’s Hospital
Six of them have been appraised as “First-Class Hospitals at Grade III”.

18-JINAN UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Southern Medical University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Jinan University: 40,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Jinan University: 4000RMB-6000RMB/YEAR
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Jinan University (abbreviated JNU) is a public research university based in Tianhe DistrictGuangzhou city, Guangdong province, China. It is one of the oldest universities established in China, tracing back to the Qing dynasty (1644–1911).

Jinan University was founded in 1906 in Nanjing, whose mission is to spread Chinese learning and culture from North to South, and from China overseas. It is the first university in China to recruit foreign students, and is currently a Chinese university with the largest number of international students.Jinan University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in English.

Jinan University is currently administered by both the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council and the Chinese Ministry of Education. In 1996, it was included in the state’s Project 211 for development of key universities. In 2017, it was listed as one of the “double first-class universities“.

Jinan University has many famous subjects home and abroad, such as Science of Medicine, Pharmaceutical Science, Science of Chemistry, Science of Engineering, Science of Economics, Science of Finance, Science of Journalism and Communication. And Chinese Language and Literature, specially Overseas Chinese Language, is the characteristic subject of JNU.

n 1906, Duanfang, the Viceroy of Liangjiang, submitted a memorandum to the Guangxu Emperor, proposing that an overseas Chinese school be set up for the purpose of spreading far and wide the enlightening influence of education and strengthening the emotional ties with compatriots overseas. The Guangxu Emperor approved of his proposal and thus Duanfang was honored as the founder of Jinan University. On March 23, 1907. Jinan Academy was founded in Nanjing, becoming the first of its kind in Chinese history and serving as a curtain-raiser for the later development of overseas Chinese education.

In 1927, Jinan Academy was renamed National Jinan University, located in Shanghai. After the foundation of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 1949, Jinan University was closed and its schools were merged with those of other university such as Fudan University. In 1958, Jinan University was reestablished in Guangzhou.

Campuses

The university has five campuses:

  • Main campus, Tianhe District, Guangzhou
  • College of Chinese language and culture, Tianhe, Guangzhou
  • Panyu campus, Panyu, Guangzhou
  • Zhuhai Campus, Xiangzhou, Zhuhai
  • Tourism College, Shenzhen

Administration

Jinan University has 27 colleges, comprising 59 departments and offering 89 undergraduate major fields. Among the 55 departments, 43 offer master’s degree programs and 19 offer Ph.D degree-granting programs. There are 15 postdoctoral research stations, 182 research institutes and 77 labs in Jinan University.

The university has four national key disciplines, eight key disciplines of the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council, 20 Guangdong Province Level-I key disciplines, and four Guangdong Province Level-II key disciplines. The university has a key research base of national humanity and social sciences, a teaching and research base for Chinese language and literature of the Education Ministry, a base for national university cultural quality education, a base of national base for teaching Chinese as a foreign language, an educational base for overseas Chinese education of the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council, and a key research base of humanity and social science of Guangdong Province. The university has one national engineering center, 7 ministerial centers (engineering centers of the Ministry of Education) and provincial centers, and 11 key ministerial and provincial key laboratories.

There are 50,535 students in the university, including 10,767 graduates and 22,527 undergraduates. The number of overseas students, including foreign students, overseas Chinese students, students from Hong KongMacao and Taiwan, is 13,512.

The current president is Dr. Hu Jun. It has recently started a new undergraduate course MBBS, with mainly Indian students.

Cooperation

Jinan University has been active at academic exchanges, and has established academic cooperation or academic exchange liaison with more than 180 universities and research institutes in Asia, the AmericasEurope, and Oceania.It partnered with City University, Malaysia to form an international think tank on Sino-Malaysian cooperation under the Belt and Road Initiative.

Now the university has 57 regional alumni associations all over the world.

College and Schools

  • Jinan University International School
  • Jinan University College of Liberal Arts
  • Jinan University College of Foreign Studies
  • Jinan University College of Journalism and Communication
  • Jinan University College of Arts
  • Jinan University College of Economics
  • Jinan University Management School
  • Jinan University Law school
  • Jinan University Department of international studies
  • Jinan University College of Intellectual Property
  • Jinan University College of Science and Engineering
  • Jinan University College of Information Science and Technology
  • Jinan University College of Life Science and Technology
  • Jinan University Medical school
  • Jinan University The First Clinical Medical School
  • Jinan University The Second Clinical Medical School
  • Jinan University Pharmacy College
  • Jinan University College of Chinese Language and Culture
  • Jinan University School of Humanities
  • Jinan University School of Translation Studies
  • Jinan University International Business School
  • Jinan University College of Electrical & Information
  • Jinan University Shenzhen Tourism College of Jinan University
  • Jinan University Education College

International School

The International School is a college which provides programs taught exclusively in English. The School was established to cater to the escalating needs of Overseas Chinese and foreign students and selected high-caliber students from China. The Undergraduate Programs include Computer Science (CS), International Economics and Trade (IET), Clinical Medicine (CM), Accounting (CPA Canada), Food Quality and Safety, Pharmacy, Public Administration (ADM), Finance (FNC) and Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS).

Management School

Base on JNU humanity tradition and accumulation of disciplines, School of Management tries the best to be one of top business schools in China for cultivating talents in management, it has deep understanding in Chinese cultureglobalization with modern business education.

In 2011, Jinan University MBA programs were granted international accreditation of AMBA.

College of Chinese Language and Culture

The College was conferred as the “National Base of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language” by The Education Ministry, and “Overseas Chinese Education Base” by Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council. The College has become the top college in South China offering the programs of teaching Chinese as a second or foreign language and overseas Chinese education.

The college consists of the Department of Teaching Chinese as a Second or Foreign Language, the Department of Overseas Chinese Education, the Department of Applied Linguistics, Pre-University Department, Correspondence Course Department, Overseas Chinese Education Researching Institute, Overseas Chinese Researching Center, and Internet & Educational Technology Center.

19-GUANGXI MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Guangxi Medical University:
Tuition fee of Guangxi Medical University: 35,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee Guangxi Medical university: 5,500RMB/YEAR
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Guangxi Medical University is located in Nanning, Guangxi, China and is one of the oldest higher education medical institutions in China. In 2010, the university was voted one of the top 20 universities in China for medicine study. Clinical medicine field by the university is categorized as world’s top 1%, according to Thomson Reuters Web of Science Essential Science Indicators.Guangxi Medical University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in English.

History
The university was established in Nanning, Guangxi on 21 November 1934 as the Guangxi Provincial Medical School, and the campus was moved to Guilin in November 1949, shortly after the establishment of the People’s Republic of China.
Established in 1934, the university is one of the first universities in China to accept international students into its English language medical education program, which is limited only to clinical medicine. Foreign students on scholarship are required to study all their courses in Mandarin Chinese
Campus
The campus has a total area of 400,000 square meters, which includes teaching buildings and dormitories for Chinese students, international students and teaching staff, a library, food halls, an indoor tennis hall, a swimming pool and laboratories.
The campus is located near the First Affiliated Hospital of Guangxi Medical University, which is the largest hospital in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, and the Institute of Dentistry
Programmes
There are nine five-year undergraduate programs offered by the Guangxi Medical University, including clinical medicine, preventive medicine, stomatology, pharmacy, nursing, dentistry, and seven three-year college specialties including nursing, pharmacy, community medical care and cosmetology.
International education has shown a rapid development since the university begin to accept international students, whether for language study or enrolling in clinical medicine program, which offers the MBBS title for undergraduate students. Most international students come from Vietnam, which is a one-hour bus ride from Nanning. Vietnamese students primarily attend Chinese language classes. International students who attend the English language classes come from India, Indonesia, Nepal, and Mauritius. Lately there are international students from Somalia, Yemen, Kenya, Nigeria, Namibia, Thailand, and Libya.
In September 2008, the clinical medicine in English program was altered as a six-year programme.

The college consists of the Department of Teaching Chinese as a Second or Foreign Language, the Department of Overseas Chinese Education, the Department of Applied Linguistics, Pre-University Department, Correspondence Course Department, Overseas Chinese Education Researching Institute, Overseas Chinese Researching Center, and Internet & Educational Technology Center.

20-SICHUAN UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Sichuan University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Sichuan University: 38,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Sichuan University: 6,000RMB/YEAR
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Sichuan University is a public research university in ChengduSichuan, China.

Sichuan University is directed by the Ministry of Education. One of the top universities of China, it is a member of various education projects aiming at developing elite universities, including the Project 211, the Project 985 and the Double First Class University Plan.

Sichuan University results from the merger of three institutions in 1994: the former Sichuan University, the Chengdu University of Science and Technology (CUST) and the West China University of Medical Sciences (WCUMS).Sichuan University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MOE China to teach MBBS in English.

Faculty

Sichuan University has a current total staff of 11,357, among which 1,323 are professors, 2,345 associate professors, 13 academicians of Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Engineering, 434 tutors of doctoral students, and 17 members of the Academic Degrees Committee and the Discipline Appraisal Group under the State Council. SCU has 23 professorships from the Yangtze River Scholar Award Plan (9 lecture professor).

Research

Sichuan University has two national key labs, six national engineering centers, five ministerial (MOE) key labs, 35 provincial key labs, 10 ministerial and provincial centers, four key research bases for humanities and social sciences, and four clinical research bases at the national level. The university has invested significantly in research, teaching and medical equipment, with a total value of about 530 million RMB.

SCU has undertaken and completed a number of national, ministerial and regional research projects, and has many achievements that are rated first class in China. The university publishes more than 4,000 research papers annually.

In 2002, the university’s state and central government funding ranked fifth among Chinese universities; it was ranked seventh for the number of publications and eleventh for publications included in SCI. The citations ranked fifteenth among Chinese universities. The number of publications in science, engineering and medicine ranked sixth, and the citations ranked seventh among Chinese universities. In 2002, the university applied for 121 patents, 102 out of which were invention-oriented, making it number eighth among peer schools.

Facilities

The university has four libraries containing ca. 5.5 million volumes in total. The libraries also serve as the Collection Center for English Publications under the National Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Ministry of Education Information Center for Liberal Arts Literature and CALIS Southwest Sub-center.The National University Scientific and Technological Projects and Achievements Consulting Center, and Center for Medical Literature Retrieval in Southwest China are served by the SCU library as well.

The university museum is the only one of its kind in China with a comprehensive collection of over 40,000 cultural relics, and over 600,000 animal and plant specimens, ranking first in its holdings among the others in China.

The university stadium is fully equipped and served as the main field for the Sixth National Collegiate Sports Meet. Other facilities available include a campus web center, an analytic and testing center, university archives,the university press, a national foreign language examination center and intensive language training center, four attached hospitals, and one attached health school. The university publishes 37 academic periodicals for domestic and overseas audience.

Campuses

Sichuan University’s three campuses are located in Chengdu, the capital city of Sichuan Province. The older Wangjiang campus is in central Chengdu, adjacent to the Jinjiang River and its tributary the Jiang’an River. The nearby Huaxi campus is the site of the medical school. The Jiang’an campus was built in 2003 in Shuangliu County about 12.5 km away from the older campuses; it covers an area of about 4.7 km² and has total floorage of more than 2.7 million m². New attending students (most of them) will spend their first and second year in Jiang’an Campus (the newest campus) and then moving to Wangjiang campus for the rest of their college years.

Colleges and Schools

The University has over 30 colleges or schools in various disciplines, including:

  • Wu Yuzhang Honors College, the elite undergraduate college of Sichuan University. Each year, only about 1.5% freshmen from various L&S and Engineering majors of Sichuan University will be able to join Wu Yuzhang Honors College.
  • College of Physical Science and Technology

The College of Physical Science and Technology is located in Wangjiang Campus. The Department of Physics was established in 1928. There are two key national disciplines: Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Nuclear Technology. Other study areas include Optics and Condensate Matter Theory. Condensate Matter physics carries out its research in the microscopic electron transportation lab.

  • Sichuan University College of Arts
  • Sichuan University College of Foreign Languages and Cultures
  • Sichuan University College of Mathematics
  • Sichuan University College of Computer Science
  • Sichuan University College of Software Engineering
  • Sichuan University College of Electrical Engineering
  • Sichuan University College of Electronics and Information Engineering
  • Sichuan University School of Chemical Engineering
  • Sichuan University School of Pharmacy
  • West China College of Stomatology, which was the earliest hospital of stomatology and had a significant role in the development of modern stomatology[16] in China. A dental clinic called Renji Dental Clinic was founded in 1907, and was expanded to the first dental hospital in China in 1912. In 1917 the medical faculty of West China Union University (WCUU) established a department of dentistry, which in 1921 became the school of dentistry of WCUU. It was renamed as Hospital of Stomatology, Sichuan Medical College in 1953. It was renamed as the School of Stomatology, West China University of Medical Sciences in 1985 and as the West China College of Stomatology, Sichuan University in 2000.
  • Institute of Semiotics and Media Studies (ISMS), founded in 2006 by Professor Henry (Yiheng) Zhao. The ISMS has research focused on the semiotics of video games, brand, fashion, tourism, gift, celebrities and other topics of popular culture. Interdisciplinary studies integrating semiotics with Marxism, psychoanalysis, gender studies phenomenology, existentialism, hermeneutics, and post-modernism have been an ISMS focus.
  • West China Medical Center of Sichuan University.
  • Sichuan University-the Hong Kong Polytechnic University Institute for Disaster Management and Reconstruction
  • Sichuan University – Pittsburgh University Institute, a new academic entity jointly established by Sichuan University and the University of Pittsburgh.

21-CHONGQING MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Chongqing Medical University Fee Structure:

Tuition fee of Chongqing Medical University: 30,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Chongqing Medical University: 9,600RMB/YEAR
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Chongqing Medical University (CQMU, previously referred to as the Chongqing University of Medical Sciences (CQUMS), was established in 1956 in Chongqing, China. It was originally a branch of the Shanghai First Medical College (now named the Shanghai Medical College of Fudan University).Chongqing University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.

Overview

CQMU is a state key university under the administration of the Chongqing Municipal Government with an integrated educational system of baccalaureate, masters, doctoral, and postdoctoral programs in medicine as well as other health-related fields.

It is one of approximately 30 medical universities in China that are approved by the Chinese Ministry of Education to enrol foreign students into the English-medium MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) program.It is recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the ECFMG (Educational Committee for Foreign Medical Graduates) in the United States.

Organization and Affiliations

CQMU has five hospitals directly under its administration, which are all rated as “Upper First-class Hospitals” in China.There are more than 6,000 beds in these hospitals. The annual outpatient visits total 5.5 million and the annual inpatient visits are 150,000.

In addition, CQMU has five affiliated hospitals indirectly under its administration, 27 teaching and clinical practicing hospitals, ten colleges, six departments, and a nursing school.Two more affiliated hospitals are currently under construction.

On the research front, CQMU has three state key laboratories under the Ministry of Education, one state key laboratory under the Chongqing Ministry of Science and Technology, one national engineering research center, 18 municipal key laboratories, 11 research institutes, six research centers, and 22 research laboratories.

Academics and Program Research

CQMU offers five postdoctoral programs, 26 doctoral programs, 53 masters programs, and 46 specialities for undergraduates.It has four state key disciplines and 43 municipal key disciplines.

CQMU has accomplished several large-scale research projects including some state-level projects supported by the National Key Technology Research and Development Program in the 6th to 9th Five-year Plan for National Economic and Social Development, Key Program of National Natural Science Foundation, National Basic Research Program (known as ‘973 Program’), and the National Hi-Tech Research and Development Program (known as ‘863 Program’).

The High-intensity Focused Ultrasonic Therapy System (HIFU), which was initiated by CQMU, is the first large-scale medical equipment system with completely independent intellectual property rights in China.It has been put into use in over 30 major hospitals in China and exported to about ten foreign countries, such as the EURussiaJapanKorea, and Singapore.

The university publishes eight academic journals with international distribution.

Since 2008, CQMU has twice won the National Prize for Progress in Science and Technology, once won the National Award for Technological Invention once, and won over 80 municipal awards. There are many international students from IndiaIndonesiaRepublic of the CongoMauritiusVietnamPakistanNepalBangladesh, etc.

22-HARBIN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Harbin Medical University Fee Structure:

Tuition fee of Harbin Medical University: 30,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Harbin Medical University: 4,000RMB/YEAR
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Harbin Medical University is a public university located in Harbin, Heilongjiang, China.Harbin Medical
University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China
to teach MBBS in English.
History
Harbin Medical University (HMU) is located in Harbin, Heilongjiang province. HMU has a scenic green
campus of 2.36 million square meters with buildings of ancient architecture styles.
HMU was founded in 1926 and boasts of a history of glory and rich traditions. It originated from the merger of
the old Harbin Medical University (a.k.a. Harbin Special Medical School, founded by a pioneer medical doctor
in China, Dr. Lian-De Wu) and the former first and second branch schools of Xingshan Chinese Medical
University (a.k.a. Chinese Red Army Health School founded in 1931 in Ruijin, Jiangxi). In the 80 years of its
history, HMU has inherited Dr. Lian-De Wu’s spirit to “love the motherland wholeheartedly and to succeed
through self-help,” and has carried forward Chinese Red Army Health School’s traditions of firm political belief
and excellent medical expertise. The motto of today’s HMU encourages “integrity with principles and constant
learning to advance medical practice.” HMU has been fast growing in terms of clinical and academic strength
and has become a top ranking medical school with a large training capacity and distinctly characteristic
training programs and curriculum design. HMU is appointed as a national education and training base for
biomedical scientists and teaching talents by the National Bureau of Advanced Health Care Education, and a
key university of Heilongjiang Province in the national “211 Project.”
Reputation
Harbin Medical University is enlisted in the official medical directories of WHO , and its M.D. degree is
recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI), Bangladesh, Jordan and many other Asian countries

without a requirement for degree audition and validation. In countries of North America, Europe or other
continents, such as USA, Canada, UK, Australia, M.D. graduates of HMU can obtain a medical license after
passing specific board exams required in those countries.
Membership
Harbin Medical University is a full member of the following international organizations and associations: 1.
Asian Medical Education Association ( AMEA ) 2. Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates
(ECFMG) 3. Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER) 4.
Association of Sino-Russian Medical Universities (ASRMU)
Affiliated Institutions
The affiliated institutions of HMU include: School of Basic Medical Sciences, School of Public Health, School
of Pharmacy, School of Health Administration, Department of Bioinformatics, Department of Humanities and
Social Sciences, Graduate School, School of Adult Education (School of Continuing Education), five medical
schools (affiliated hospitals), School of Dentistry, School of Nursing, and Daqing Campus. Organizations
based in HMU include Center for Endemic Disease Control of CDC, National Research Center for Clinical
Trial of New Drugs, Russian Language Training Center of the Ministry of Health, Heilongjiang Branch of China
Medical Academy, College of International Education and Heilongjiang Provincial Medical Academy.
Medical Programs

HMU has clearly defined medical programs. It is among the first group of medical universities with a seven-
year medical program and has been working with Nankai University and Harbin Institute of Technology in

jointly teaching these seven-year program students (ended in 2012). HMU cooperates with five foreign
universities for joint medical programs. It has four first-grade doctorate degree programs including basic
medical sciences, clinical medicine, public health and preventive medicine, and biology; 41 second-grade
doctorate degree programs, and 49 second-grade master’s degree programs. The 11 undergraduate
programs include basic medical sciences, clinical medicine, preventive medicine, dentistry, anesthesiology,
medical imaging, nursing, pharmacy, biotechnology, public affairs management, and medical law. Currently,
HMU has five postdoctoral research programs in preventive medicine, clinical medicine, basic medical
sciences, biology, and pharmacy, one research program in clinical pharmacy and pharmacology, and the
postdoctoral research program in collaboration with Zhonglong Enterprises. There are over 10,000 full-time
students, including over 3000 graduate students.
HMU has a reasonable discipline structure. There is one national key discipline, 32 provincial key disciplines,
one incubation base of national key laboratories in biomedicine jointly established by the ministry and the
province, six key laboratories of the ministry and the province, and 11 provincial key laboratories of higher

education. Positions are available for national and provincial specially-invited professors. Undergrade five-
year MBBS programme is available in English language. Chinese language MBBS programme is also

available. The following three-year MD/MS & PhD specialties are available in English:
1. School of Clinical Medicine
Pathology and Pathophysiology,Pediatrics,Gerontology,Neurology,Psychiatry and Mental Health Dermatology
and Venereology,Imaging and Nuclear Medicine,Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics Nursing,Surgery,Gynecology
and Obstetrics,Otolaryngology,Oncology,Emergency Medicine Oral Clinical Medicine,Nutrition and Food
Hygiene,Master of Nursing,Social Medicine and Health Management,Master of Nursing,Clinical Science of
Stomatology
2. School of Basic Medical Sciences
Physiology, Neurobiology, Genetics, Developmental Biology, Cell Biology, Biochemistry and Molecular
Biology, Human Anatomy and Histoembryology, Immunology, Pathogen Biology, Pathology and
Pathophysiology, Forensic Medicine, History of Science and Technology
3. School of Public Health
Pathogen Biology, Labor Sanitation and Sanitary Science, Nutrition and Food Hygiene,Maternal Child,
Adolescent and Woman Health Care, Hygiene Toxicology, Master of Public Health (professional degree),
Social Medicine and Health Services Management
4. Center for Epidemic Disease
Epidemic and Health Statistics, Labor Sanitation and Sanitary Science, Determination of Trace Elements and
the Effect on Health
5. School of Pharmacy

Physiology, Pharmacochemistry, Pharmacy, Microbial and Biochemical Pharmacy, Pharmacology Master in
Pharmacy (Professional Degree)
6. School of Biological Information and Technology
Biophysics, Biomedical Engineering
7. School of Humanity and Social Sciences
Ideological and Political Education
Faculty
The over 10,000 faculty and staff include a combination of newly trained members and seasoned
professionals. HMU faculty proudly includes one academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and
one Nightingale Prize winner. Over 70 faculty members have been granted various prizes including Chinese
Outstanding Young Teacher Award, Wu Jieping Medical Research Award, and Paul Jassen Award in
Pharmacy.
Scientific Achievements
HMU has made remarkable scientific achievements. Significant breakthroughs have been made in China
Human Genome Project, cytogenetical research on solid tumor, basic and clinical research on series of
spleen preservation operation, experiment and clinical application of homogeneous in situ heart
transplantation, research on the best target of antiarrhythmic drugs and etiology of Kaschin-Beck disease. In
order to make full use of HMU resources, HMU cooperates with some enterprises, e.g. the Pharmaceutical
R&D Center between HMU and Harbin Pharmaceutical Group, to facilitate the transformation of
pharmaceutical technology to new products and lead the pharmaceutical industry at the northeastern old
industrial base to rapid development. Since 2000, HMU has been granted 3 second-class awards of National
Scientific and Technological Progress, 3 second-class awards of National Natural Science, over 240 research
achievement awards of the ministry and the province. HMU has undertaken over 250 projects of the national
Project “973”, Project “863”, and key projects of National Natural Science Foundation.
HMU boasts advanced clinical technology. The five medical schools (affiliated hospitals) are ranked at top
level; three are listed among the “100 best hospitals” in China. There are over 5000 beds, two million
outpatients and over two-hundred thousand inpatients per year. Allogeneic organ transplantation is a
speciality of HMU. Allogeneic spleen transplantation, allogeneic both-hands transplantation, and allogeneic
single-forearm transplantation have reached international renown. Patients who receive allogeneic heart
transplantation go on to enjoy the best life quality in Asia. The combined treatment of large intestine cancer is
well known in China. There are 2905 beds in the other four non-affiliated clinical hospitals.
During the Tenth Five-Year Plan period, HMU was appraised as excellent in the assessment on seven-year
medical program by the Ministry of Education, the assessment on the National Base of Science at HMU by
the National Natural Science Foundation, and the assessment of basic medical education by the Ministry of
Education. HMU enjoys a good reputation in its educational quality. As the first medical school in China, HMU
received the pilot accreditation on basic medical education referenced by WFME Global Standards, and has
achieved all 36 WFME basic standards, of which 25 have reached quality improvement standards. The
foreign experts spoke highly of the medical education quality of the university. HMU has cooperative relations
with over 40 colleges and universities in 12 countries or regions. Six specialized journal offices including
Chinese Journal of Endemiology, International Journal of Genetics, and International Journal of Immunology
are based at HMU. The campus network has been integrated into China Education and Research Network.
HMU library has a collection of over 1.5 million books, 4707 journals and 330,000 electronic journals and
books and provides electronic literature search and internet information services.
HMU adheres to the educational ideology “basic medical education as the basis, discipline developments as
the fundamental, graduate and long-term medical education as the priority.” To meet the health needs of the
region and country as well as economic development, HMU has become a base to cultivate skilled medical
professionals and produce high-level research outcomes. HMU goals are to become the premiere teaching
and research-oriented medical school in China that is renowned throughout the world. HMU will apply all of its
advantages to achieving the objective of “rapid and all-around development” and rejuvenation of the old
northeastern industrial base.

23-BEIHUA UNIVERSITY (North China University)

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Beihua  University Fee Structure:

Tuition fee of Beihua University: 27,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Beihua University: 5,600RMB/YEAR
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Beihua University is a state-owned public university in Jilin City, Jilin, China.
Beihua University (BEIHUA) is a provincial comprehensive university with the most extensive scope in Jilin
Province. Developing from 1906 and through the merger of three colleges in 1999, now BEIHUA has become
a university with three campuses, which together occupy an area of 1,263,700 square meters with a floor
space up to 830,300 square meters.Beihua University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in
China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.

24-LIAONING MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

(Jinzhou Medical University)

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Liaoning Medical University:

Tuition fee of Liaoning Medical University: 32,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Liaoning Medical University: 5,500RMB/YEAR
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Jinzhou Medical University is a university located in Jinzhou city, Liaoning province, north eastern China.
JZMU ranks in the top 10 medical universities in China and the top 350 medical university in the world,
making it a prestigious university for medical scholars to attend.
Founded in 1946, the school developed in to Jinzhou Medical College in 1958 and Liaoning Medical
University in 2006. JZMU took its current name in 2016.The campus covers 1,140,000 square meters and lies
in the north of the city. There are 16 teaching departments, 98 teaching offices, 56 teaching laboratories, 4
affiliated comprehensive hospitals and 169 bases for teaching and practice.
The university’s curriculum comprises 21 specialized undergraduate subjects, 32 master’s degree programs

and 1 doctor degree program. Six kinds of education are offered in JZMU: general high education, state-
owned privately run education, adult education, vocational education, online education and international

students’ education.
Among the faculty members, there are 823 full-time teachers, 74 of whom have been granted a doctoral
degree, 533 associate professors and 219 professors and chief doctors. The university’s library has an
advanced electronic reading room and has access to the retrieval system for medical documents from the
American MEDLINE and the Chinese Medical Institute.
The university enrolls undergraduate, graduate and master as well as postgraduate students. The total
number of students has amounted to 13,806 including international students, all of whom are currently

studying in the undergraduate program taught in English. Presently, there are more than 400 international
students studying a wide range of medical programs at the University. Furthermore, the university is actively
involved in international academic exchange activities with universities abroad, such as the University of
Glasgow and regularly exchanges scholars and specialists to give lectures. About 120 teachers have been
sent to more than 20 countries to study and involve in research.Liaoning Medical University is one of the top
45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
College of International Education
The College of International Education (CIE) was established in April 2004 as a part of the International
Exchange Department (IED) of Liaoning Medical University.
IED is a functional organization responsible for academic work related to foreign affairs. It is designated to
carry out the national foreign policies and educational policies. Its function is to strictly follow the foreign
policies and the rules of foreign affairs management. In practice, IED takes care of the managing, guiding,
coordinating, and providing services for all the foreign-related work in Liaoning Medical University.
The IED consists of the Educational Administrative Office and the Dormitory Administrative Office. The
College of International Education is a parallel college to the IED with the same staff. CIE is one of the
youngest but the most vigorous departments in Liaoning Medical University. It has been putting a lot of effort
in recruiting medical students with multiple educational backgrounds. CIE provides medical courses for
international medical graduates and at the same time offers the possibility for international students to get a
better understanding of Chinese society and culture.

25-QINGDAO UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Qingdao University:

Tuition fee of Qingdao University: 30,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Qingdao University: 10,000RMB/YEAR
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Qingdao University is a key provincial research university located in Qingdao, Shandong, China. The
university was first established in 1985. In 1993, the former Qingdao University, Qingdao Medical College,
Shandong Textile Engineering College, and Qingdao Normal College, merged to form the new Qingdao
University. At present, QDU is one of the best comprehensive universities in Shandong Province, recognized
as a member of the national “Excellent Engineer Education and Training Program.” With a strong profile in
Medical Sciences, Textile and Design, Business, and liberal arts, QDU serves 35,000 full-time undergraduate
students, 9,800 graduate students, and 1,600 international students.Qingdao University is one of the top 45
listed medical universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
History
In 1985, Qingdao University was established, with the educational goal of “high level distinctive university,”
and disciplines of arts, science, engineering, business and many other subjects. School construction and
development were supported financially by the central government, and also academically supported by
Nankai University, Tianjin University, University of Science and Technology of China, and Shandong
University. In 1993, Qingdao University merged Shandong Textile Engineering Institute.

Overview
Qingdao University consists of 25 faculties and departments as well as a graduate school. Courses are
offered in 11 main Academic disciplines: Philosophy, Economics, Law, Literature, History, Natural sciences,
Engineering, Management, Medicine, Education and Military sciences. There are 104 Undergraduate degree
programs, 209 master’s degree programs, 127 Doctoral degree programs, and 15 post-doctorate mobile
stations. In addition, there are 7 professional master’s degree programs in Law, Business Management,
Engineering, Clinical Medicine, Public Health, Dentistry and Public Administration respectively.
National Rankings
US News & World Report = 78 | Wu Shulian = 94 | NSEAC = 101 | ARWU = 107
Colleges and Schools
Qingdao University is divided into 35 colleges and schools, besides a medical department.
These colleges and schools include:
School of Philosophy and History
School of Economics
School of Law
School of Marxism
School of Politics and Public Administration
College of Teacher Education
School of Physical Education
School of Chinese Language and Literature
School of Foreign Languages
School of Foreign Language Education
School of International Studies
School of Journalism and Communication
School of Mathematics and Statistics
School of Physical Sciences
School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
School of Life Sciences
School of Electromechanic Engineering
School Material Science and Engineering
Two hospitals belong to Qingdao University:
The Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University
The Affiliated Cardiovascular Disease Hospital of Qingdao University
International Education and Cooperation
Qingdao University persists in implementing the strategy of open running and promoting of international
exchanges and cooperation in all respects. It has established relations with 176 universities in over 20
countries and regions, including the USA, UK, Germany, France, Austria, Japan, Korea, Russia, Canada,
Australia, New Zealand, Uruguay, etc. It has also developed over 60 education programs at various levels
including teacher and student exchanges, joint training, and Chinese-foreign cooperatively-run education.
Qingdao University College of Medical Science is recognized by the World Health Organization and is listed in
the World Directory of Medical Schools.Qingdao University is also authorized by the Ministry of Education of
China to be one of the institutions of higher learning to offer courses in English for majors of Clinical Medicine.
Recruiting international students since 1987, Qingdao University was appointed as the “Chinese Educational
Base” of the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council in 2004, and the “Demonstration Base for
International Students” of the Ministry of Education in 2014. Annually around 1,600 students from different
countries and regions study at Qingdao University for both long and short-term programs. It has also
established two foreign Confucius Institutes—Confucius Institute of Korea Sehan University and Confucius
Institute of University of South Florida.

In 2007, the governments of Shandong Province, China and Bavaria, Germany established two special
institutions—the Sino-German Cooperation Center of Colleges and Universities here at Qingdao University in
Shandong and the Higher Education Center of Bavaria for Chinese Students at the University of Bayreuth, so
as to further improve the educational cooperation between colleges and universities in these two areas. In
2009, Qingdao University became the “Training Base for Overseas Study” of the Chinese Service Center for
Scholarly Exchange, Ministry of Education.
Campus
Qingdao University covers an area of 1.77 km2 and includes three campuses in different parts of Qingdao,
with the main campus located in the east part of Shinan District. Over 100 research labs, teaching and
research facilities are well-equipped. The university library houses a collection of over 3,550,000 volumes.
Students and Faculty
It has about 37,000 students, from which over 5,000 are postgraduate students, and over 1,000 are
international students. Since 1980, Qingdao University has received over 10,000 students from more than 60
countries. The university also has a group of reputed scholars known at home and abroad, of which 900 are
professors. There are 23 academicians (including adjunct academicians) who are members of the Chinese
Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering.
Affiliated Hospitals
Seven hospitals are affiliated with the university.
The Affiliated Hospital of Qingdao University
The Affiliated Cardiovascular Hospital of Qingdao University
Qingdao Center Medical Group
Qingdao Municipal Hospital
Yantai Yuhuangding Hospital
Qingdao Haici Medical Group
Weihai Municipal Hospital

26-HEBEI MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Hebei Medical University Fee Structure:

Tuition fee of Hebei Medical University: 35,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Hebei Medical University: 5,000RMB/YEAR
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Hebei Medical University is a university in Shijiazhuang, Hebei, People’s Republic of China, under the
provincial government. It was established in 1894, making it one of the oldest, and is an AAA graded medical
school in China. Located in Shijiazhuang, the capital city of Hebei Province which is 4 hours away from
Beijing by car and 1 and a half hours by train.Hebei Medical University is one of the top 45 listed medical

universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
Staff The staff numbers are over 7,100. Of these, 366 are
professors, senior researchers and chief physicians. There are 967 are associate professors.
Students
There are 25,600 students. Hebei Medical University has long history of enrolling international students from
countries including the United States, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Taiwan, the UK,
India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh. Currently there are over 400 international students. In collaboration
with International Education College of Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine total of more than
300 international students have already completed their Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
from the University in 2010–2011.
Colleges
After eighty years development and evolution, Hebei Medical University has become a comprehensive
medical university composed of western medicine, traditional medicine, pharmacy and other subjects. Now
there are 14 colleges, and 15 specialities.
Affiliated hospitals
The university has six affiliated hospitals, in which there are 4,566 in-patient beds. Four hospitals have been
granted the status of “first-class hospitals in the third category”. In addition, it also has 77 teaching hospitals
and practice bases providing students with sites of clinical teaching, specialist teaching and practice.
Achievements
It carried out the first finger transplantation surgery in China, and made the first diagnosis in the world of acute
motor axonal neuropathy.
It has 9 subjects and 4 laboratories assessed at advanced provincial level, and 6 research institutes at
provincial level. The Chinese Academy of Preventive Medical Science has set up its Hebei Academic Branch
in this university. Each year nearly 200 research projects are undertaken. In addition three national and eight
provincial academic periodicals have been compiled and published here.
Hebei Medical University has started the MBBS programme in 2004 and enrolled 200 students successfully
from India and Nepal, and in 2005 enrolled 200 more students from India. Both batches have graduated in
2010 and 2011 respectively.
The MBBS programme is taught in English as well as many other courses, something that other universities
cannot do, such as Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture and Massage, Clinical Medicine, Clinical
Medicine of Integration of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine, Stomatology, Anesthesiology,
Preventive Medicine, Medical Imaging, Advanced Nursing Science, Chinese Pharmacology, Pharmacology,
Pharmaceutics.
In the past few years, Hebei Medical University has become an important window of cultural and economic
exchange with the world. It has established closer cooperation with about ten medical colleges and research
institutes in Japan, South Korea, U.S.A and France successively. 24 foreign experts have been invited to take
honorary positions in this university. Over 400 experts and professors have been sent abroad to give lectures
or attend international academic conferences. Nearly 100 young teachers are studying assiduously abroad for
PhD degrees. Its cooperation with the domestic colleges and universities has grown tremendously over the
years.
Hebei Medical University is turning on a new look and making great efforts to establish a superior
comprehensive medical university with local characteristics to meet the needs of socialist construction.

27-NINGXIA MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 100
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Hebei Medical University Fee Structure:


Tuition fee of Ningxia Medical University: 29,800RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Ningxia Medical University: 5000RMB/YEAR

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Ningxia Medical University Founded in 1958, Located in Yinchuan City of Ningxia Province. Ningxia Medical University covers an area of nearly 833,000 and the construction area of 293,200 , which includes old campus and new campus. It is the only higher medical school in Ningxia. In the long-term running of the school, the school always adheres to teaching as the center, taking undergraduate education as the main body, continuously intensifying teaching management, actively deepening teaching reforms, striving to strengthen the teaching infrastructure , continuously improving the level of undergraduate teaching work, and continuously improving the quality of personnel training. The university consists of 17 secondary schools, 11 teaching & scientific research assistant departments, 11 affiliated hospitals, 59 teaching hospitals and training hospitals. Ningxia university hospitals have more perfect system, there are 12 affiliated hospitals (affiliated hospitals 2 Suo, affiliated hospital 3 Institute), 1 7 teaching hospital, 50 more than The practice hospital and practical teaching base. The General Hospital is the largest comprehensive Grade III A hospital in Ningxia. It is a regional medical, scientific research, education, examination, and training center. Ningxia Medical University is a MOE Listed University . Ningxia Medical University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
It is Best University of China for Bangladesh , indian students  & Pakistani students for Medical study in English Medium.It has 17 undergraduate majors and 5 nation-leveled characteristic specialties; 3 first level disciplines conferring the Doctor’s Degree, 8 first-level disciplines conferring the Master’s Degree. There are 7000 teaching staffs and health care workers in Ningxia Medical University, and 32% of them have doctor degree. At present, there are over 26,000 students in the university, including 9700 full-time students and more than 350 international students coming from Korea, Pakistan, Malaysia, India, Nepal, Bangladesh and African countries. At present, the school has 3 subject categories: medical science, management science and science , covering clinical medicine, medical imaging, anesthesiology, preventive medicine, Western medicine clinical medicine, back to medicine, nursing, pharmacy, pharmacy, clinical pharmacy, dental medicine, medical laboratory technology, basic medicine and other 21 undergraduate majors, formed a medical discipline It is a professional and professional system with local characteristics, with Chinese and Western medicine coexisting and multidisciplinary development.

28-SHIHEZI UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Shihez University Fee Structure:

Tuition fee of of Shihezi university: 29,800RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Shihezi university: 5000RMB/YEAR

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Ningxia Medical University Founded in 1958, Located in Yinchuan City of Ningxia Province. Ningxia Medical
University covers an area of nearly 833,000 m2 and the construction area of 293,200 m2, which includes old
campus and new campus. It is the only higher medical school in Ningxia. In the long-term running of the
school, the school always adheres to teaching as the center, taking undergraduate education as the main
body, continuously intensifying teaching management, actively deepening teaching reforms, striving to
strengthen the teaching infrastructure , continuously improving the level of undergraduate teaching work, and
continuously improving the quality of personnel training. The university consists of 17 secondary schools, 11
teaching & scientific research assistant departments, 11 affiliated hospitals, 59 teaching hospitals and training
hospitals. Ningxia university hospitals have more perfect system, there are 12 affiliated hospitals (affiliated
hospitals 2 Suo, affiliated hospital 3 Institute), 1 7 teaching hospital, 50 more than The practice hospital and
practical teaching base. The General Hospital is the largest comprehensive Grade III A hospital in Ningxia. It
is a regional medical, scientific research, education, examination, and training center. Ningxia Medical
University is a MOE Listed University . Ningxia Medical University is one of the top 45 listed medical
universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
It is Best University of China for Bangladesh , indian students & Pakistani students for Medical study in
English Medium.It has 17 undergraduate majors and 5 nation-leveled characteristic specialties; 3 first level
disciplines conferring the Doctor’s Degree, 8 first-level disciplines conferring the Master’s Degree. There are
7000 teaching staffs and health care workers in Ningxia Medical University, and 32% of them have doctor
degree. At present, there are over 26,000 students in the university, including 9700 full-time students and
more than 350 international students coming from Korea, Pakistan, Malaysia, India, Nepal, Bangladesh and
African countries. At present, the school has 3 subject categories: medical science, management science and
science , covering clinical medicine, medical imaging, anesthesiology, preventive medicine, Western medicine
clinical medicine, back to medicine, nursing, pharmacy, pharmacy, clinical pharmacy, dental medicine,
medical laboratory technology, basic medicine and other 21 undergraduate majors, formed a medical
discipline It is a professional and professional system with local characteristics, with Chinese and Western
medicine coexisting and multidisciplinary development.

29-TONGJI UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Tongji Medical University Fee Structure:

Tuition fee of Tongji Medical University: 45,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Tongji Medical University: 12,000RMB/YEAR

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Ningxia Medical University Founded in 1958, Located in Yinchuan City of Ningxia Province. Ningxia Medical
University covers an area of nearly 833,000 m2 and the construction area of 293,200 m2, which includes old
campus and new campus. It is the only higher medical school in Ningxia. In the long-term running of the
school, the school always adheres to teaching as the center, taking undergraduate education as the main
body, continuously intensifying teaching management, actively deepening teaching reforms, striving to
strengthen the teaching infrastructure , continuously improving the level of undergraduate teaching work, and
continuously improving the quality of personnel training. The university consists of 17 secondary schools, 11
teaching & scientific research assistant departments, 11 affiliated hospitals, 59 teaching hospitals and training
hospitals. Ningxia university hospitals have more perfect system, there are 12 affiliated hospitals (affiliated
hospitals 2 Suo, affiliated hospital 3 Institute), 1 7 teaching hospital, 50 more than The practice hospital and
practical teaching base. The General Hospital is the largest comprehensive Grade III A hospital in Ningxia. It
is a regional medical, scientific research, education, examination, and training center. Ningxia Medical
University is a MOE Listed University . Ningxia Medical University is one of the top 45 listed medical
universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
It is Best University of China for Bangladesh , indian students & Pakistani students for Medical study in
English Medium.It has 17 undergraduate majors and 5 nation-leveled characteristic specialties; 3 first level
disciplines conferring the Doctor’s Degree, 8 first-level disciplines conferring the Master’s Degree. There are
7000 teaching staffs and health care workers in Ningxia Medical University, and 32% of them have doctor
degree. At present, there are over 26,000 students in the university, including 9700 full-time students and
more than 350 international students coming from Korea, Pakistan, Malaysia, India, Nepal, Bangladesh and
African countries. At present, the school has 3 subject categories: medical science, management science and
science , covering clinical medicine, medical imaging, anesthesiology, preventive medicine, Western medicine
clinical medicine, back to medicine, nursing, pharmacy, pharmacy, clinical pharmacy, dental medicine,
medical laboratory technology, basic medicine and other 21 undergraduate majors, formed a medical
discipline It is a professional and professional system with local characteristics, with Chinese and Western
medicine coexisting and multidisciplinary development.

30-SOUTHEAST UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Southeast University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Southeast University: 32,800RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Southeast University: 6,000RMB/YEAR

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Ningxia Medical University Founded in 1958, Located in Yinchuan City of Ningxia Province. Ningxia Medical
University covers an area of nearly 833,000 m2 and the construction area of 293,200 m2, which includes old
campus and new campus. It is the only higher medical school in Ningxia. In the long-term running of the
school, the school always adheres to teaching as the center, taking undergraduate education as the main
body, continuously intensifying teaching management, actively deepening teaching reforms, striving to
strengthen the teaching infrastructure , continuously improving the level of undergraduate teaching work, and
continuously improving the quality of personnel training. The university consists of 17 secondary schools, 11
teaching & scientific research assistant departments, 11 affiliated hospitals, 59 teaching hospitals and training
hospitals. Ningxia university hospitals have more perfect system, there are 12 affiliated hospitals (affiliated
hospitals 2 Suo, affiliated hospital 3 Institute), 1 7 teaching hospital, 50 more than The practice hospital and
practical teaching base. The General Hospital is the largest comprehensive Grade III A hospital in Ningxia. It
is a regional medical, scientific research, education, examination, and training center. Ningxia Medical
University is a MOE Listed University . Ningxia Medical University is one of the top 45 listed medical
universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
It is Best University of China for Bangladesh , indian students & Pakistani students for Medical study in
English Medium.It has 17 undergraduate majors and 5 nation-leveled characteristic specialties; 3 first level
disciplines conferring the Doctor’s Degree, 8 first-level disciplines conferring the Master’s Degree. There are
7000 teaching staffs and health care workers in Ningxia Medical University, and 32% of them have doctor
degree. At present, there are over 26,000 students in the university, including 9700 full-time students and
more than 350 international students coming from Korea, Pakistan, Malaysia, India, Nepal, Bangladesh and
African countries. At present, the school has 3 subject categories: medical science, management science and
science , covering clinical medicine, medical imaging, anesthesiology, preventive medicine, Western medicine
clinical medicine, back to medicine, nursing, pharmacy, pharmacy, clinical pharmacy, dental medicine,
medical laboratory technology, basic medicine and other 21 undergraduate majors, formed a medical
discipline It is a professional and professional system with local characteristics, with Chinese and Western
medicine coexisting and multidisciplinary development.

31-YANGZHOU UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Yangzhou University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Yangzhou University: 30,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Yangzhou University: 6,500RMB/YEAR

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Yangzhou University is a university in Yangzhou, Jiangsu Province, China. It grew out of a merger in 1992
of six local colleges. The university offers undergraduate and graduate programs.Yangzhou University is one
of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in
English.
Yangzhou University (YZU) is co-sponsored by the Jiangsu Provincial People’s Government and the Ministry
of Education of China. It is a key comprehensive university of Jiangsu Province, and one of the first
authorized to grant both master’s and doctoral degrees. The history of YZU can be traced back to as early as
1902, when its predecessors, Tongzhou Private Teachers’ School and Tonghai Agricultural School, were
established.

32-NANTONG UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Nantong University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Nantong University: 30,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Nantong University: 4,000RMB/YEAR
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Nantong University was established in 1912. The university is located in Nantong, Jiangsu province, China.
It occupies 4000 acres and have 800 thousand square meters used for school buildings. Nantong is
comprehensive university constructed by Jiangsu Provincial Government and the state Ministry of Transport.
It is composed of three parts, Nantong Medical College, Nantong Engineering College and Nantong Normal
College and has four campuses: the new campus, Qixiu campus, Zhongxiu campus and Qidong campus. The
enrollment is nearly 34 thousand full-time students, among whom 1550 are graduates and 300 are oversea
students. The university has 84 undergraduate programs based on nine major disciplines, which are literature,
science, engineering, medical science, education, economics, law, history and management.Nantong
University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China
to teach MBBS in English.

33-SOOCHOW UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Soochow University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Soochow University: 32,000RMB/YEAR

Hostel fee of Soochow University: 4,000RMB-5,000RMB/YEAR
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The original Soochow University was founded by Methodists in Suzhou in 1900 as a merger of three existing
institutions: the Po-hsi Academy, the Kung-hsiang Academy, and the Chung-hsi Academy. The word
Soochow in its English name is the old spelling of the city’s Chinese name according to the early postal
romanisation. The original Chinese name (Tung-wu) refers to one of the Three Kingdoms in the ancient time,
of which the region of Suzhou was an important part.
The university was split in 1949 as a result of the Chinese Civil War, and merged with the Southern Jiangsu
College of Culture and Education and the Department of Mathematics and Physics at Jiangnan University to
form the Jiangsu Teacher’s College in 1952. The English name Soochow University was revived in 1982;
however, the original Chinese name (Tung-wu) was not adopted, and the institution was given the Chinese
name (Soochow). The Suzhou College of Sericulture, Suzhou Institute of Silk Textile Technology and Suzhou
Medical College were each merged into the University in 1995, 1997 and 2000 successively.
Members of the Soochow Alumni Association who fled to Taiwan after 1949 established the Soochow
University in Taipei, starting with its College of Law in 1951 and becoming a full-fledged university with five
schools in 1971.
Academics
The university is part of the national “211 Project” and is a “2011 Plan” university. It is also one of the Jiangsu
provincial key comprehensive universities. Soochow University currently has 26 post-doctoral programs, 24
main discipline doctoral programs, including 167 doctoral programs with different areas of emphasis, one
professional doctoral program, 47 main discipline master’s programs, including 244 master’s degrees with
different areas of emphasis, 21 professional master’s programs, and 124 undergraduate programs. Today,
Soochow University has developed into a comprehensive university with 12 major disciplines: philosophy,
economics, law, education, literature, history, science, engineering, agriculture, medicine, management
science, and art.
Soochow University is one of the top 5% research universities (overall ranking 28 within 704 Chinese
universities in 2017),and a member of the “2011 plan” – the latest program launched in 2011 by the Chinese
Ministry of Education to develop into world class top universities.
U. S. News & World Report ranked Soochow University 409th in the world, 21st in Greater China, and 58th in
Asia.The Times Higher Education Word University Rankings ranked Soochow University 17th in China, and
501-600 in the world.CWUR World University Ranking 2018/2019 (http://cwur.org/) ranked Soochow
University 361st worldwide and 24th nationwide.
Campus
The university consists of 6 campuses covering an area of 135 hectares and with 940,000 square meters of
building area. The main and most beautiful campus is located at No.1 Shizi Street. The total enrollment is
more than 39,000 students, including more than 28,000 graduates/undergraduates and more than 11,000
adult students of formal education.
The campus grounds have been described as among China’s most beautiful, in part based on the
incorporation of “typical features of the classical gardens in Suzhou”.
International Collaboration
The university has established several joint programs with foreign universities:

Soochow University and Athabasca University in Canada offer a joint degree program for Chinese
undergraduate students, who study in Suzhou and are awarded a Bachelor of Management degree (from

Athabasca) and a Bachelor of Administration degree (from Soochow) upon completing four years of
coursework. All courses are delivered in English.
Daejin University, a South Korean private university, operates one of its two China campuses on the
Soochow University grounds, with the other campus located at Harbin Normal University.Daejin maintains
its own building with accommodation and classrooms.
Cornell Law School (United States) and Bucerius Law School (Germany) operate a Summer Law
Institute in partnership with Soochow’s Kenneth Wang School of Law.
Bard College, a private liberal arts college in New York in the United States, and Soochow University
will offer a comprehensive partnership that will include a joint programme between Soochow University
School of Music and Bard College Conservatory of Music, exploration leading to the creation of The Bard
College Liberal Arts Academy at Soochow University, and student exchange.

34-NINGBO UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Ningbo University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Ningbo University: 28,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Ningbo University: 7,000RMB/YEAR
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Ningbo University is located in Jiangbei District, Ningbo, Zhejiang, China. It is a provincially governed key
university in Zhejiang Province. It is a Chinese Ministry of Education Double First Class Discipline University,
with Double First Class status in certain disciplines.Ningbo University is one of the top 45 listed medical
universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
History
Ningbo University was established in 1986 by the donation of Yue-Kong Pao. Other major benefactors include
Sir Run-run Shaw, Sir Chao An Chung, Sir Hans Tang, Sir Yue-shu Pao, Sir Cao Guangbiao, Sir Li Dashan,
Sir Zhu Yinglong.
In 1996, Ningbo Normal College and Zhejiang Shuichan College, Ningbo were merged into Ningbo University.
In the early years of the school founding, Zhejiang University, Fudan University, China University of Science
and Technology, Beijing University and other counterparts reconstruction, starting point to begin the school
history.
After 2000, Ningbo Maritime School, Ningbo Forestry School, and Ningbo Normal School were merged into
Ningbo University.
The first president was Zhu Zhaoxiang, serving from September 1985 to September 1988. Academician Yan
Luguang served as president from 1999 to 2004.
University
Ranking

The school ranking by the Wushu Lian presided over the “2015 China University Evaluation”, the

2015 Chinese University Ranking Award comprehensive strength ranked 76 (40.4 points) out of TOP 192
China Universities.
Faculty of Education ranked 26 in china
Faculty of Science and Technology ranked 96
Faculty of Engineering ranked 87
Faculty of Science ranked 91
Faculty of Economics ranked 59
Faculty of Law ranked 55
Faculty of literature ranked 46
2011 University research ranking of top 70 in East of China ranked 27
2011 East China University Research ranked 35
In 2018-2019 Ningbo University was ranked 102 on the national level
Schools
Business School of Ningbo University
School of Marine Science
School of Information Science and Engineering
School of Science
School of Medicine
School of Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics
School of Law
School of Teacher Education
School of Maritime and Transportation
School of Sport Science
Medical School
School of Arts
School of Architecture, Civil Engineering

35-FUJIAN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Fujian Medical University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Fujian Medical University: 35,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Fujian Medical University: 4,000RMB/YEAR
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Fujian Medical University is a university located in Fuzhou, Fujian, China. Fujian Medical University was
founded in 1937, named Fujian Provincial Medical Vocational School at that time. The name of the school
was changed to Fujian Provincial Medical College in 1939 and was called Fujian Medical College in 1949.
In 1969, after merging with Fujian Chinese Traditional Medical College and the medical department
of Huaqiao University, Fujian Medical University was founded and moved to Quanzhou, Fujian. It was
moved back to Fuzhou in 1978. The name of the school was changed back to Fujian Medical College in
1982 and then changed back to the present name in April 1996.Fujian Medical University is one of the top
45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
Campus
Fujian Medical University consist of two main campus, covering over 876,710 square meters. Currently, the
University consists of 17 college and departments, 22 undergraduate majors (aspects), 22 doctor-degree
locations and 59 master-degree locations. It was conferred the right to recruit Taiwanese students by itself
and the students from foreign countries, Hong Kong and Macao. There are more than 1600 postgraduates,
9300 undergraduates and 8700 vocational students. The school was affirmed as the key constructive
university by Fujian Provincial Government and passed through the teaching evaluation of undergraduate
education with good achievements in 2003.
Departments/School shown as below:
1. School of Basic Medicine
2. Department of Clinical Medicine
3. School of Public Health
4. School of Dentistry
5. School of Medical Technology and Engineering
6. School of Pharmaceutics
7. School of Medical Caring
8. School of Literature
9. School of Continue Education
10. School of International Education
11. Department of Physical Health
12. School of Foreign Language
13. Department of Political Theory and Educating
Fujian Medical University’s Clinical Department consists of ten affiliated hospital, which provides FJMU’s
medical graduates with residency program /or intern program, for full list of these ten hospital.
Faculty
There are over 5304 staff members on post, among which there are over 736 teachers on campus. Among
the professional teachers,56% possess the postgraduate degree and 55.2% are on the senior professional
posts. There are 60PhD tutors, 469 tutors for master students, four national outstanding specialists,100
sharing the special subsidy of the state council, three outstanding specialists of Health Ministry and 16
provincial outstanding specialists.
The University has 8 affiliated hospitals, 24 teaching hospitals (including 2 clinical colleges) and more than 20
professional teaching bases. A flawless net of clinical teaching and practical teaching base has been formed.
The University library has collection of 1,430,000 volumes, and with the space of 25600 square meters.
The University has 1 research site of postdoctoral, 65 bases for drug clinical trial of the state, 13 provincial
key courses, 8 preferable developer courses of provincial science and technology committee,6 school key
courses, 6 provincial key medical specialties, 5 provincial top medicine-character specialties and 3 provincial
key laboratories, which are undertaking huge scientific tasks with remarkable achievements. Since 2001, over

100 items achievements in scientific research have been giver kinds of award. More than 5,500 papers have
been published, among which 86 ones are recorded in SCI.45 academic works have been issued as well.
The University has established the cooperative of scientific research and talents training with the universities
and medical research institutes from the United States, Japan, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Australia, Canada
and so on. In 5 years, more than 160 groups/700 people from the United States, Japan, etc. Have visited the
University, giving lectures and the carrying out other academic activities. More than 20 overseas alumni are
engaged the posts in colleges, departments and research institutes, 110 experts and alumni are engaged as
the guest professors. University also provides students to do their courses with scholarship for Recommended
students per batch. It hosts international students from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Russia, and
Germany. These students can access the library for free until they complete their course.
The University is keeping the developing way of over-normal order and striding across, in order to run the
University as the moderated-running scale, reasonable running composition, high-running level and with
actual strength. It will being emphasis on the education of normal subjects to speed the education of
postgraduates and long-term system. It will be formed as a provincial key university focusing on medicine,
developing science, management and law etc. In proportion. The university will turn into the main base of
training high-level medical talents, the center of medical scientific research and medical treatment service of
both side of the channel. It will reach the general level to the advanced one among the same kinds of
universities.

36-ANHUI MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Anhui Medical University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Anhui Medical University: 30,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Anhui Medical University: 4,000RMB/YEAR
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Anhui Medical University is a key provincial university in Hefei, Anhui province, China.
There are 16,673 students at the university, of whom 179 are enrolled in doctoral programs, 2,728 in master’s
programs, and 8,867 in undergraduate programs, plus 95 international students (including those from Hong
Kong and Macao) and 7,187 students enrolled in the School of Extended Education.Anhui Medical University
is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach
MBBS in English.
History
The predecessor of Anhui Medical University was Dongnan Medical College, established in 1926 in Shanghai.
Moved first to Huaiyuan County, Anhui Province, at the end of 1949, and then to Hefei, the capital of Anhui
Province, in 1952, Dongnan Medical College changed its name to Anhui Medical College.
In June 1996, approved by the National Committee on Education, Anhui Medical College was renamed Anhui
Medical University.
Organization
The university has 24 directly affiliated teaching units and ten affiliated hospitals, plus 42 clinical schools and
37 teaching hospitals. Other professional practicing and teaching bases connected to the university are over
100. The university at present offers 29 undergraduate programs and options.
Regarding advanced studies, the university has eight doctoral programs, five first-rate-discipline master’s

programs, 64 master’s programs, and five professional degree programs. The university was authorized to
offer an MD degree in clinical medicine and a professional degree in stomatology at master’s level. The two
degrees, especially that of MD, symbolize a major breakthrough in the advanced professional education in
Anhui Province, making it possible for the university to cover in its curricula the full-range professional
education at undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral levels.
Three post-doctoral programs have been set up in pharmacy, clinical medicine, and public health and
preventive medicine. The university owns one national key academic discipline and 22 provincial key
academic disciplines, as well as 27 provincial key clinical-medicine disciplines and priorly-supported
disciplines. It also owns two key laboratories of the Ministry of Education co-established by Anhui Province
and the Ministry of Education, 13 laboratories co-established by the central (the Ministry of Finance) and local
authorities, and 19 key laboratories (technological and engineering centers, and public scientific service
facilities) at provincial level or above.
Besides, Anhui Medical University is the national base for the study of clinical medicines and chemical
reagents. Two courses have been ranked among the National Elite Courses, and two programs approved
nationally as the featured ones among the institutions of higher learning.
Research
The university is the owner of 46 research institutes at provincial and university levels. Fifteen national-level
learned journals are published and issued nationwide. In the recent five years, the university has taken on a
total of 209 scientific research programs, among which are such renowned ones as “863” and “973” Projects,
Projects Supported by National Science and Technology, and National Natural Sciences Foundation Project.
The university has won 76 provincial prizes in scientific research and, in 2005 and 2006 consecutively, won
the first prizes of Chinese Medical Science and Technology. In 2007, the university won each one of the
second prizes of National Science Progress and the first prizes of College-level Science and Technology of
the Ministry of Education
International Students
Substantial exchange has been fostered between the university and colleges or universities in Hong Kong
and Macao, and other countries. Exchange programs of scholars, students, and technical information have
been established for collaboration in scientific research.
Campus
The university consists of two campuses: the main campus and the southern campus. The total campus
covers an area of 860000 square meters and floor space of about 700 thousand square meters. You can walk
through the whole campus in 20 minutes. The campus is on South No.1 Ring-Road of Hefei.

37-XUZHOU MEDICAL COLLEGE

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Xuzhou Medical College Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of Xuzhou Medical College: 36,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Xuzhou Medical College: 4,600RMB/YEAR
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Anhui Medical University is a key provincial university in Hefei, Anhui province, China.
There are 16,673 students at the university, of whom 179 are enrolled in doctoral programs, 2,728 in master’s
programs, and 8,867 in undergraduate programs, plus 95 international students (including those from Hong
Kong and Macao) and 7,187 students enrolled in the School of Extended Education.Anhui Medical University
is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach
MBBS in English.
History
The predecessor of Anhui Medical University was Dongnan Medical College, established in 1926 in Shanghai.
Moved first to Huaiyuan County, Anhui Province, at the end of 1949, and then to Hefei, the capital of Anhui
Province, in 1952, Dongnan Medical College changed its name to Anhui Medical College.
In June 1996, approved by the National Committee on Education, Anhui Medical College was renamed Anhui
Medical University.
Organization
The university has 24 directly affiliated teaching units and ten affiliated hospitals, plus 42 clinical schools and
37 teaching hospitals. Other professional practicing and teaching bases connected to the university are over
100. The university at present offers 29 undergraduate programs and options.
Regarding advanced studies, the university has eight doctoral programs, five first-rate-discipline master’s

programs, 64 master’s programs, and five professional degree programs. The university was authorized to
offer an MD degree in clinical medicine and a professional degree in stomatology at master’s level. The two
degrees, especially that of MD, symbolize a major breakthrough in the advanced professional education in
Anhui Province, making it possible for the university to cover in its curricula the full-range professional
education at undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral levels.
Three post-doctoral programs have been set up in pharmacy, clinical medicine, and public health and
preventive medicine. The university owns one national key academic discipline and 22 provincial key
academic disciplines, as well as 27 provincial key clinical-medicine disciplines and priorly-supported
disciplines. It also owns two key laboratories of the Ministry of Education co-established by Anhui Province
and the Ministry of Education, 13 laboratories co-established by the central (the Ministry of Finance) and local
authorities, and 19 key laboratories (technological and engineering centers, and public scientific service
facilities) at provincial level or above.
Besides, Anhui Medical University is the national base for the study of clinical medicines and chemical
reagents. Two courses have been ranked among the National Elite Courses, and two programs approved
nationally as the featured ones among the institutions of higher learning.
Research
The university is the owner of 46 research institutes at provincial and university levels. Fifteen national-level
learned journals are published and issued nationwide. In the recent five years, the university has taken on a
total of 209 scientific research programs, among which are such renowned ones as “863” and “973” Projects,
Projects Supported by National Science and Technology, and National Natural Sciences Foundation Project.
The university has won 76 provincial prizes in scientific research and, in 2005 and 2006 consecutively, won
the first prizes of Chinese Medical Science and Technology. In 2007, the university won each one of the
second prizes of National Science Progress and the first prizes of College-level Science and Technology of
the Ministry of Education
International Students
Substantial exchange has been fostered between the university and colleges or universities in Hong Kong
and Macao, and other countries. Exchange programs of scholars, students, and technical information have
been established for collaboration in scientific research.
Campus
The university consists of two campuses: the main campus and the southern campus. The total campus
covers an area of 860000 square meters and floor space of about 700 thousand square meters. You can walk
through the whole campus in 20 minutes. The campus is on South No.1 Ring-Road of Hefei.

38-CHINA THREE GORGES UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
China Three Gorges University Fee Structure:
Tuition fee of China Three Gorges University: 24,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of China Three Gorges University:4,800RMB/YEAR
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Zhengzhou University is a public university located in Zhengzhou, Henan, People’s Republic of China.
Zhengzhou University is the largest university in China in term of student number (73,000
students). Zhengzhou University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by
MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.The Campus size is the tenth largest in China at 433
hectares (1,070 acres).
Zhengzhou University is on the list of National “211 Project” of key construction universities, and of “One
Province, One University” of National Key Support Construction Universities, as well as of co-construction
universities by Henan Province and Ministry of Education. It is a Chinese Ministry of Education Double First
Class University.

As of September 2017, Zhengzhou University is on the list (42 universities in total) of World Double First-
class University Project, i.e., Chinese world wide first-class universities and first-class disciplines

constructive project.
As of March 2018, Zhengzhou University is on the list of Ministry-Province Co-constructed Universities
Project, announced by the Chinese Ministry of Education, during the National People’s Congress and
the Chinese Political Consultative Conference.

39-ZHENGZHOU UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Fee structure of Zhengzhou University:
Tuition fee of Zhengzhou University: 35,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Zhengzhou University: 5000RMB/YEAR
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Zhengzhou University is a public university located in Zhengzhou, Henan, People’s Republic of China.
Zhengzhou University is the largest university in China in term of student number (73,000
students). Zhengzhou University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by
MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.The Campus size is the tenth largest in China at 433
hectares (1,070 acres).
Zhengzhou University is on the list of National “211 Project” of key construction universities, and of “One
Province, One University” of National Key Support Construction Universities, as well as of co-construction
universities by Henan Province and Ministry of Education. It is a Chinese Ministry of Education Double First
Class University.

As of September 2017, Zhengzhou University is on the list (42 universities in total) of World Double First-
class University Project, i.e., Chinese world wide first-class universities and first-class disciplines

constructive project.
As of March 2018, Zhengzhou University is on the list of Ministry-Province Co-constructed Universities
Project, announced by the Chinese Ministry of Education, during the National People’s Congress and
the Chinese Political Consultative Conference.

40-GUANGZHOU MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Fee Structure of Guangzhou Medical University:
Tuition fee of Guangzhou Medical University: 30,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Guangzhou Medical University: 6000RMB/YEAR
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Zhengzhou University is a public university located in Zhengzhou, Henan, People’s Republic of China.
Zhengzhou University is the largest university in China in term of student number (73,000
students). Zhengzhou University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by
MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.The Campus size is the tenth largest in China at 433
hectares (1,070 acres).
Zhengzhou University is on the list of National “211 Project” of key construction universities, and of “One
Province, One University” of National Key Support Construction Universities, as well as of co-construction
universities by Henan Province and Ministry of Education. It is a Chinese Ministry of Education Double First
Class University.

As of September 2017, Zhengzhou University is on the list (42 universities in total) of World Double First-
class University Project, i.e., Chinese world wide first-class universities and first-class disciplines

constructive project.
As of March 2018, Zhengzhou University is on the list of Ministry-Province Co-constructed Universities
Project, announced by the Chinese Ministry of Education, during the National People’s Congress and
the Chinese Political Consultative Conference.

41-SUN YAT-SEN UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Fee structure of Sun Yat-Sen University:
Tuition fee of Sun Yat-Sen University: 48,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Sun Yat-Sen University: 8,700RMB/YEAR
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Sun Yat-sen University abbreviated SYSU, also known as Zhongshan University, is a major Chinese
public research university located in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. It was founded in 1924 by and named
after Sun Yat-sen, a revolutionary and the founding father of the Republic of China.Sun Yat-Sen University is
one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach
MBBS in English.
With an educational tradition spanning nearly 100 years, the University has always been a preeminent
research, academic and cultural centre and the premier location for talent development in Southern China,
and has developed into a modern comprehensive university that enjoys a reputation as a top-tier university
nationally and a renowned university internationally. It is a Chinese Ministry of Education Class A Double First
Class University.
The school’s main campus, commonly referred to as the South Campus, is located in Haizhu
District, Guangzhou, inheriting the campus from the former Lingnan University. With its five campuses in the
three cities of Guangzhou, Zhuhai and Shenzhen, and ten affiliated hospitals, the University is striving to
become a world-class university and global centre of learning.
In ARWU World University Rankings 2018, Sun Yat-sen University ranks Top 6 among all universities in
Greater China (including Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan), and Top 121 among all universities in the
world.Consistently ranked among the top-tier universities in mainland China,Sun Yat-sen University provides
undergraduate and graduate instruction in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, technology,
medical science, pharmacology and managerial science.
The university’s assets include the world’s second fastest supercomputer Tianhe-2, which is valued at 2.4
billion yuan (CNY; US$390 million).The university also has the largest affiliated hospital system in mainland
China.The university’s Zhuhai Campus owns the largest teaching building in Asia measured by acreage.
Two of the university’s business education institutions, Sun Yat-sen Business School (SYSBS) and Lingnan
(University) College are accredited by EQUIS, AACSB, and AMBA. Only 3 business schools in mainland
China hold this triple accreditation.

42-KUNMING MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Fee structure of Kunming Medical University:
Tuition fee of Kunming Medical University: 35,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Kunming Medical University: 4000RMB/YEAR
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Zhengzhou University is a public university located in Zhengzhou, Henan, People’s Republic of China.
Zhengzhou University is the largest university in China in term of student number (73,000
students). Zhengzhou University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by
MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.The Campus size is the tenth largest in China at 433
hectares (1,070 acres).
Zhengzhou University is on the list of National “211 Project” of key construction universities, and of “One
Province, One University” of National Key Support Construction Universities, as well as of co-construction
universities by Henan Province and Ministry of Education. It is a Chinese Ministry of Education Double First
Class University.

As of September 2017, Zhengzhou University is on the list (42 universities in total) of World Double First-
class University Project, i.e., Chinese world wide first-class universities and first-class disciplines

constructive project.
As of March 2018, Zhengzhou University is on the list of Ministry-Province Co-constructed Universities
Project, announced by the Chinese Ministry of Education, during the National People’s Congress and
the Chinese Political Consultative Conference.

43-NORTH SICHUAN MEDICAL COLLEGE

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Fee structure of North Sichuan Medical College:
Tuition fee of North Sichuan Medical College: 33,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of North Sichuan Medical College: 6000RMB/YEAR
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North Sichuan Medical University, previously North Sichuan Medical College (NSMC), is
a provincial medical school with campuses in Shunqing District and Gaoping District, Nanchong city, Sichuan
Province, China.Sichuan Medical University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and
approved by MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.
North Sichuan Medical University is a government-run college of medicine in Sichuan Province and is in the
second largest higher education center of Sichuan Province — Nanchong, a famous city, the origin of the
Three Kingdoms Culture. Its two campuses occupy an area of over 823,693 square meters.
NSMC has its national and international enrollment; its campuses enroll nearly 10,000 students in
undergraduate and postgraduate programs. With the guidance of
its motto — Commitment, Fraternity, Honesty, and Creativity — it has developed into an important national
and provincial center of higher medical education, disease prevention, and rheumatism treatment since its
establishment in 1951.

44-SOUTHWEST MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Fee structure of Southwest Medical University:
Tuitin fee of Soutwest Medical University: 30,000RMB/YEAR
Hostel fee of Southwest Medical University: 5000RMB/YEAR
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Southwest Medical University, is a medical university in Luzhou, Sichuan, China.Southwest Medical
University is one of the top 45 listed medical universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China
to teach MBBS in English.
History
The school was first established in 1951 as Southern Sichuan Doctors’ School. In 1958, the school was
renamed as Luzhou Specialist School of Medicine. In 1978, it was authorized to grant bachelor’s degrees and
changed its name to Luzhou Medical College.
Campus
The university has two campuses: Zhongshan and Chengbei, covering 1,004,700 square meters in total.
The Zhongshan Campus is on Mount Zhongshan and is surrounded by the Yangtze River and the Tuo River.
The area has a multitude of green camphor trees and local flowers. The new Chengbei campus has modern
teaching facilities.
Academics
The approximate 17,000 students who typically occupy the college at any one time are from a wide variety of
Chinese provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities, and many come from other countries. The staff
number at around 2,560, with 520 of them being onsite professors or associate professors whose focus
includes Western medicine, traditional Chinese medicine, and a hybrid combination of the two.
Facility wise, the college has five non-subordinating hospitals and 39 teaching hospitals with a total of 15,500
patient beds.

45-XIAMEN UNIVERSITY

No of Seats: 60
Program: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery)
Approved: MOE and MCI listed
Medium of instruction: English
Duration: 5 years+1 year internship
Fee structure of Xiamen University:
Tuition fee of Xiamen University: 38000RMB/Year
Hostel fee of Xiamen University: 3800RMB/Year
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Xiamen University,is a public research university in Xiamen, Fujian, China. Established in 1921 by Tan Kah
Kee, a member of the overseas Chinese diaspora, the university is perennially ranked as one of the top
academic institutions in Southern China, with strengths in economics and management, fine arts, law,
chemistry, journalism, communication, and mathematics.
Today, Xiamen University hosts over 40,000 students on its four campuses. It is a Class A institution under
the national Double First Class University Plan.Xiamen University is one of the top 45 listed medical
universities in China and approved by MCI and MOE China to teach MBBS in English.