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|University Tier:||Ordinary National|
|Key program:||Clinical Medicine (MBBS in English), MD/MS|
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|Address:||No. 1 Xueyuan Rd., University Town, Fuzhou, Fujian, P.R.China|
|Clinical Medicine (MBBS in English)||English||6 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Clinical Medicine||Chinese||5 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Stomatology (BDS)||Chinese||5 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Anaesthesiology||Chinese||5 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Laboratory Medicine||Chinese||5 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Medical Iconography||Chinese||5 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Preventive Medicine||Chinese||5 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Rehabilitation & Therapeutics||Chinese||5 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Nursing||Chinese||4 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Pharmacy||Chinese||4 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Medical Science||English||3 years||35000 RMB/yr|
Fujian Medical University is a university located in Fuzhou, Fujian, China. Fujian Medical University was founded 1937, whose precursor was Fujian provincial Medical Vocational school. 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 it was merged with Fujian Chinese Traditional Medical College and medical department of Overseas Chinese 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 to Fujian Medical College in 1982, and then changed to the present name in April 1996.
The university is composed of 19 schools and departments, and an efficient clinical teaching and practice network, which includes 1 stomatological hospital, 26 clinical teaching hospitals and 10 affiliated hospitals, of which 9 are ranked among the top-level hospitals.
FJMU has also attached great importance to academic research. It hosts 2 post-doctor research centers in clinical medicine and preclinical medicine, 71 research institutions, 1 national key construction discipline, 3 key clinical specialties, 2 provincial key disciplines under the “Project 211”, 13 key disciplines of provincial Department of Education, 1 key laboratory of the MOE, 1 laboratory under the Fujian Province, 2 labs co-built by the province government and the MOE, and 5 labs under the provincial Department of Education etc. They have undertaken great scientific tasks and made remarkable achievement. Since 2001, more than 100 scientific research programs have been rewarded.
Now it consists of Shangjie campus and Taijiang campus, covering an area of approximately 100 hectares with a floor space of 400,000 square meters. At present, it the university comprises 20 schools and departments, which offer 24 undergraduate programs, 29 doctorate programs, 63 master programs, and 5 authorized master degree specialties. For now, it has over 13,000 undergraduates and about 2,600 doctoral and master’s programs learners. Currently, FMU has a staff of about 9280 with a faculty of 1241.
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.
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.
There are two campuses belong to the University, which covers about 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 Taiwan 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.
Fuzhou is the capital and one of the largest cities in Fujian province, People’s Republic of China. Along with the many counties of Ningde, those of Fuzhou are considered to constitute the Mindong linguistic and cultural area.
Fuzhou’s core counties lie on the north (left) bank of the estuary of Fujian’s largest river, the Min River. All along its northern border lies Ningde, and Ningde’s Gutian County lies upriver. Fuzhou’s counties south of the Min border on Putian, Quanzhou, Sanming and Nanping prefectures. Its population was 7,115,370 inhabitants as of the 2010 census, of whom 4,408,076 inhabitants are urban standing around 61.95%, while rural population is at 2,707,294 standing around 38.05 percent.
Fuzhou cuisine is one of the four traditional cooking styles of Fujian cuisine, which in turn is one of the eight Chinese regional cuisines. Dishes are light but flavorful, with particular emphasis on umami taste, known in Chinese cooking as xianwei (simplified Chinese: 鲜味; traditional Chinese: 鮮味; pinyin: xiānwèi), as well as retaining the original flavor of the main ingredients instead of masking them. In Fuzhou cuisine, the taste is light compared to that of some other Chinese cooking styles, and often have a mixed sweet and sour taste. Soup, served as an indispensable dish in meals, is cooked in various ways with local seasonal fresh vegetables and seafood. Distinctive snack foods are also an important part of Fuzhou culture. Production of raw materials according to classification can be divided into many classes: powder, starch, dry fruit, meat and seafood, etc., with rice, beans, and sugar as the main raw materials. Red and white rice cakes (年糕) during the Chinese New Year, stuffed yuanxiao (元宵) during the Lantern Festival, zongzi during the Dragon Boat Festival, and sweet soy bean powder-covered plain yuanxiao during the winter solstice are just some of the traditional foods enjoyed by the masses of Fuzhou.
The city is served by two airports: Fuzhou Changle International Airport and Fuzhou Yixu Airport (old airfield). The former is its main international airport and an air-hub in the southeast China, while the latter was turned into a PLA airbase after 1997.
Fuzhou is a railway hub in northern Fujian. The Wenzhou–Fuzhou and Fuzhou–Xiamen Railways form part of the Southeast Coast High-Speed Rail Corridor and can accommodate high-speed trains at speeds of up to 250 km/h (155 mph). The Nanping–Fuzhou Railway and Xiangtang–Putian Railway provide rail access inland. The latter line can carry trains at speeds of 200 km/h (124 mph). The regional Fuzhou-Mawei Railway runs from the city centre to Mawei District. There are also plans for 2 metro lines, with the first line to be completed by 2014.
Railway stations: The Fuzhou Rail Station is located north of city center, near the North Second Ring Road. Construction on the Strait Rail Station, also known as Fuzhou South Station, in Cangshan district, a key landmark of the New City development scheme, began in 2007 and was scheduled to be completed in 2010.
In 1867 the Fuzhou seaport was the site of one of China’s first major experiments with Western technology, when the Fuzhou Navy Yard was established: A shipyard and an arsenal were built under French guidance and a naval school was opened. A naval academy was also established at the shipyard, and it became a center for the study of European languages and technical sciences. The academy, which offered courses in English, French, engineering, and navigation, produced a generation of Western-trained officers, including the famous scholar-reformer Yan Fu (1854–1921).
Its main hall is known as the oldest surviving wooden building in south China and was confirmed as an important heritage site under state protection in 1982.
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