Location:Nanjing Intake: March/October Tuition fee for MBBS: RMB 34000 / y Duration: 6 years Medium of Teaching: English Programs: MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery)
Recognition: World Health Organization (W.H.O) , MOE, and eligible of PLAB (UK) , USMLE
(USA) , MCI ,PMDC,BMDC, NMC.
Nanjing Medical University was originally founded in Zhenjiang in 1934 as National Jiangsu Medical College. The college was moved to Nanjing in 1957 and renamed Nanjing Medical College. In 1962, it joined the first group of medical universities in China to offer six-year programs, and was approved to award doctoral and master's degrees in 1981. In 1993, it was renamed Nanjing Medical University with the approval of the State Educational Committee. Currently a comprehensive university with the disciplines of Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, Biology, Management and Law, Nanjing Medical University enjoys high regard at home and abroad.
Nanjing Medical University consists of two campuses, Wutai and Jiangning, and is comprised of 14 schools: the School of Basic Medical Sciences, the First School of Clinical Medicine, the Second School of Clinical Medicine, the Third School of Clinical Medicine, the School of Gulou Clinical Medicine, the School of Stomatology, the School of Public Health, the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, the School of Nursing, the School of Medical Policy and Management, the School of International Education, the Kangda School, the School of Continuing Education, and the School of Higher Vocational and Technical Education. It has 17 affiliated hospitals in Nanjing, Changzhou, Wuxi, Suzhou and Huai'an.
Nanjing Medical University has 3 post-doctoral programs, 1 first-level doctoral program, 35 second-level doctorate programs, 42 second-level master's programs, two six-year dual bachelor's degree programs, and three seven-year programs. In addition, we offer 1 key laboratory at ministry level, 2 key laboratories co-established by the ministry and the provincial government, 3 national key disciplines, 7 provincial key disciplines, and 7 provincial key laboratory/ research centers. At the university, there are 11 research institutes and 16 research centers. As Jiangsu Province' primary medical library and the medical literature center of its universities' literature service system, our library has an inventory of 1,040,330 volumes and 10,000 individual periodical titles.
Today Nanjing Medical University has 198 full professors, 549 associate professors, 94 supervisors of doctoral programs and 278 supervisors of master's programs. Student enrollment is over 10,000.
Nanjing Medical University takes an active role in developing relationships with higher- education institutions in China and abroad. Since the 1980s, the university has conducted academic exchanges with hospitals and medical institutions in the U.S.A, Japan, Canada, France, Germany, U.K, Austria, Australia, Russia, Hong Kong, and elsewhere. Several prestigious experts and scholars have been conferred Nanjing Medical University Honorary or Guest Professorships. The university has sent 500 faculty members abroad for short visits or long-term study.
In its 70-year history, Nanjing Medical University has trained over 1,500 PhD and Masters postgraduates, and over 40,000 graduates. Most work at hospitals, disease control centers, and medical research institutes throughout Jiangsu Province and other parts of the country. Many have distinguished themselves as medical experts and scholars.
Lying on the south bank of the Yangtze River, Nanjing, the capital of JiangsuProvince, is one of the most delightful of Chinese cities, with a rich cultural heritage. Nanjing, meaning 'Southern Capital', served as the capital of China during several historical periods and due to its strategic location, has always been one of China's most important cities. Apart from having been the capital of China for six dynasties and of the Republic of China, Nanjing has also served as a national hub of education, research, transportation and tourism throughout history. With an urban population of over five million, it is also the second largest commercial center in eastern China, after Shanghai.
Yuecheng, the first recorded military defense constructed in early 472 B.C., opened the long history of Nanjing. In the following years, the city reached its height of splendor at various times. In 229, Sun Quan, one of the three heroes in China's Three Kingdoms Period (220 - 280), to strengthen his influence in the middle valley of the Yangtze River, moved the capital of his kingdom to Jianye - present Nanjing. From that time on, the city served as the capital for several dynasties in China's history. In 1356, in a peasant rebellion, Zhu Yuanzhang, later the Emperor Taizu of the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644), conquered the city and renamed it Yingtian Fu. In 1368, Zhu established the Ming Dynasty - the last feudal dynasty ruled by the native Han people - and gave Yingtian Fu the new name of Nanjing. Ten years later, the emperor made Nanjing the capital of the country. The mausoleum of Emperor Zhu Yuanzhang is perching on the southern slope of the MountZijinshan in the northeastern part of the city.
Following officials' advice of "building walls and producing grain to consolidate the rule", the emperor ordered the construction of city walls. Today's majestic walls in Nanjing, the longest of its kind in the world, are the result of that phase of construction. Zhonghua Gate, simply meaning 'Chinese Gate', is a noted attraction for tourists in the present city center.
In spite of its glorious times, the city also witnessed the hardest moment of this nation. In 1839, the Opium War burst out after Lin Zexu, an assiduous official, burnt twenty thousand boxes of opium in Humen. On a battleship in Nanjing's Xiaguan, the corrupt Qing government, under threat by Britain troops, signed the notorious Nanjing Treaty, the first of the 'Unequal Treaties' which ceded Hong Kong away from China for more than hundred years. Following this treaty, invasions and colonial rule of the western countries intensified and China sank into a harder and darker time.
Peasant groups of Taiping rebelled against the Qing government in 1853 and established the TaipingHeavenlyKingdom in Jinling, Nanjing's name at that time, and formed an army. Unfortunately, the peasant regime was short-lived and in 1864, troops of Qing government won the city back. Nowadays, in XuyuanGarden , one can still see part of the palace of Heavenly King of Taiping Heavenly Kingdom.
It was the Revolution of 1911, the Chinese bourgeois democratic revolution led by Dr.Sun Yat-Sen that overthrew the Qing Dynasty. On the first day of 1912, Dr. Sun Yet-sen gave his simple but sublime address on the inauguration held of the new Republic of China. Today, a memorial hall in the Mausoleum of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, houses a statue of Dr. Sun sculpted out of white marble.
There are two further negative memories of the city. On April 18th, 1927, Chiang Kaishek launched the counter-revolutionary 4.12 Coup and established his power in Nanjing. Also, in 1937, the inhuman Nanjing Massacre happened. In six weeks, more than 300,000 Chinese people were killed including women and children.
No atrocity can go unpunished. After eight years of resistance, in 1945 the brave Chinese people eventually drove the barbarous Japanese invaders out of China's homeland and the war criminals got what they deserved. However Chinese people will never forget the history. Pictures of the atrocities of Japanese soldiers taken by Japanese army photographers are exhibited in the Memorial Hall to the Victims in the Nanjing Massacre.
Finally, on April 23rd, 1949, Nanjing was liberated by the People's Liberation Army and Kuomintang's power in China was ended.
In addition to historical sights, memorials, museums and cultural sights also attract thousands of travelers. The famous ConfuciusTemple (Fuzimiao) is not only a memorial place for the Great Sage in China but has a surrounding area bustling with shops, restaurants and a snack street housed in traditional Chinese architectural buildings. In the city center, NanjingMuseum is a must for travelers with a collection of more than 420 thousand pieces, including about 2,000 that are rare and valued. The Zijinshan Observatory (Purple Mountain Observatory) to the east of the city center was the first modern observatory built in China.
QinHuaiRiver , in the southwest of the city, extends one hundred kilometers. The river used to be the most flourishing part of Nanjing in the old days. In many Chinese novels, it is renowned as a place which nurtured beauties and romance. Today, it is a place for people to recall the old splendor of this historical city. Like all sights in Nanjing, it tells the story of past, present and future of the city.
Like most major cities in China, Nanjing is developing rapidly. Great changes have taken place in the city. Modern highways and railways connect the city with most major cities throughout the country and it is becoming a sparkling metropolis akin to Shanghai and Beijing with skyscrapers, luxury hotels, fashion shopping malls, supermarkets and highly-developed economic zones throughout the city. Transport in the city is very convenient with the new metro service in addition to taxis, public buses, tourist special lines and other means of transport. Modern amenities in luxury hotels make your trip a comfortable one. Dazzling shopping malls and department stores can be found in the commercial areas of the city with stocked plenty of international brand names. Nanjing is also home to several colleges and universities and a large foreign population. The city is become an international metropolis with new faces every day.
Schools and Colleges
School of Basic Medical Sciences
The First School of Clinical Medicine
School of Public Health
The Second School of Clinical Medicine
School of Health Policy and Management
The Third School of Clinical Medicine
School of Pharmacy
The Forth School of Clinical Medicine
School of Nursing
Gulou School of Clinical Medicine
School of Dental Medicine
School of Continuing Education
School of International Education
College of International Studies
Qingdao School of Clinical Medicine
Wuxi School of Clinical Medicine
Shanghai No.10 Hospital School of Clinical Medicine
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