|University Tier:||National Project 985|
|Key program:||Clinical Medicine (MBBS in English), MD/MS|
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|Address:||222 Tianshui South Rd, Chengguan, Lanzhou, Gansu, China|
|Clinical Medicine (MBBS in English)||English||6 years||24000 RMB/yr|
|Philosophy||English/ Chinese||4 years||16000 RMB/yr|
|Sociology||English/ Chinese||4 years||16000 RMB/yr|
|Ethnology||English/ Chinese||4 years||16000 RMB/yr|
|Grassland Science||English/ Chinese||4 years||19000 RMB/yr|
|Crop Science||English/ Chinese||4 years||19000 RMB/yr|
|Agriculture Science||English/ Chinese||4 years||19000 RMB/yr|
|Plant Pathology||English/ Chinese||4 years||19000 RMB/yr|
|Seed Science and Technology||English/ Chinese||4 years||19000 RMB/yr|
|Nursing||Chinese||5 years||24000 RMB/yr|
|International Law||English/ Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Demography||English/ Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Studies of Education Technology||English/ Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Global History||English/ Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Ethnology||English/ Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Philosophy of Marxism||English/ Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Chinese Philosophy||English/ Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Foreign Philosophies||English/ Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Philosophy of Science and Technology||English/ Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Sociology||English/ Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
Lanzhou University is a major research university in Lanzhou, Gansu Province, China. Founded in 1909, it is one of the key universities under China’s Ministry of Education (Project 985 & Project 211). Lanzhou University is one of the top universities directly administered by the Ministry of Education and elected as one of the key universities in “Project 211” and “Project 985”. It was originally named as Gansu School of Law and Politics. In 1928, it was expanded into Lanzhou Sun Yat-Sen University. It was renamed as National University of Lanzhou in 1945. In 2002 and 2004, the Institute of Gansu Grassland Ecology and Lanzhou Medical College merged in to Lanzhou University respectively.Lanzhou University currently occupies a total area of 3807 mu and consists of 6 campuses with 2 affiliated hospitals and 1stomatological hospital.
The university has totally 4,257 staffs and teachers working on the campus, of which 1,975 are faculty members, including 424 professors, 874 associate professors, 423 doctoral supervisors and 9 academicians. So far 20,083 students are enrolled in the undergraduate program, 10,646 students in the postgraduate and doctoral programs. It provides programs for undergraduate, graduate students on four campuses-three in Lanzhou city centre and one in Yuzhong County, about 30 miles away from the main campus. Total enrolment is approximately 20,000. Undergraduate students study at the Yuzhong campus.
There are 6 National Bases for the Training of Researching and Teaching personnel for Fundamental Disciplines. The University operates an additional 35 institutes along with 1 national key Laboratory of the Applied Organic and 3 key laboratories of Arid and Grassland Ecology, West China Environment, Magnetism and Magnetic Materials of the Ministry of Education, a key laboratory of Grassland Agro-ecosystem of the Ministry of Agriculture. Lanzhou University was one of the first universities entitled to enroll Bachelor Master’s and Doctoral degree candidates in 1981. Lanzhou University is one of the top ten universities in contributions to academic publications in international journals frequently cited by ongoing research from around the world.
Lanzhou University had formerly been one of China’s premier institutions of higher learning with its position as the best university in Northwestern China.
Lanzhou University maintains one of China’s top ten Ph.D. programs in physics, chemistry, and geography and highly ranked programs in information science, biology, botany, mathematics, history, media, ecology and Chinese literature.
Lanzhou University’s main campus is a ten-minute walk from Lanzhou Train Station. Parts of the campus are considered aesthetically pleasing, particularly in comparison to the rest of highly industrialized Lanzhou, with a small park and man-made pond. Although the old dormitory buildings were in disrepair, the campus is undergoing an overhaul of its image. New dormitories are being built, with some finished already.
Lanzhou University employs instructors from outside China in foreign languages (e.g. English, Russian and Japanese) and in physics, as well as frequently inviting guest lecturers from a variety of fields. It also has a popular Friday gathering within the gardens of the university to allow students to practice their English language skills. Non-university students are generally allowed to attend such gatherings.
Lanzhou University has three primary laboratories and analytical testing facility sanctioned by the Chinese Ministry of Education and deemed as high importance to the state.
Laboratory of Arid Agroecology
The laboratory was founded in 1991 under ratification of the Planning Commission of China and engaged in arid agriculture ecology research. The Laboratory of Arid Agroecology is the only lab engaged in arid agriculture ecology research under the Chinese Ministry of Education. The lab has been highly developed on the basis of the authorization to confer bachelor, masters, doctorate and post-doctoral degrees through the financial aid of the World Bank loan.
Laboratory of Applied Organic Chemistry
The Laboratory of Applied Organic Chemistry was one of the first state key laboratories ratified by Planning Commission of China. It was founded in December 1987, open to visiting scholars and scientists from both within China and abroad. It is one primary laboratories to cultivate talents for organic chemistry. The researches of the laboratory focus on organic molecular chemistry of special function, especially in the field of basic research on active organic molecules.
Open Laboratory of Applied Magnetism
Created in 1993 by the Chinese Ministry of Education, this is an open laboratory conducting research in the field of Applied Magnetism. The lab is chiefly engaged in studies on applications of perpendicular magnetic recording. The laboratory also conducts research and development on new applied magnetic materials which can be used for commercial applications. Mossbauer spectrometry, nuclear magnetic resource spin echo spectroscopy and general magnetic testing media are used to study magnetic materials’ microscopic structure and general magnetic behavior. The laboratory is equipped with major facilities including a vibrating sample magnetometer, high pressure mossbauer spectroscope and magnetron sputtering system, along with many others. The lab also serves as a key resource for research in materials science and condensed matter physics.
The laboratory has 24 professional researchers and technicians, among who are 4 doctoral advisers.
Analytical Testing Center
Financed by the first loan issued by the World Bank to develop universities, construction on this center began in 1982. It contains more than 20 major instruments and devices including a High-Resolution Mass Spectrometer, Infrared Spectrometer, X-Ray Quadrupole Diffractometer, Laser Raman Spectrometer, FT-IR Spectrometer, and others. The center is primarily engaged in the determination and analysis of the structure of matter. It also conducts graduate students’ experiments which leads to the conferring of Master’s and Ph.D. degrees. A testing service is available to the public.
Established by the State Technology Superintendency in 1992, it is the approved lab for the inspection of imported and exported chemical and mining products.
Lanzhou is the capital and largest city of Gansu Province in Northwest China. A prefecture-level city, it is a key regional transportation hub, allowing areas further west to maintain railroad connections to the eastern half of the country. Lanzhou is home to 3,616,163 inhabitants at the 2010 census and 2,177,130 in the built-up area (urban) of 1,088 square kilometres (420 sq mi).
The Five Spring Mountain Park was built at the northern side of Gaolan Mountain, is famous for its five springs and several Buddhist temples.
The Yellow River Bridge has connected the transport hub of Lanzhou to the mainland and northwest since the Ming dynasty when people began to envisage such a crossing to conquer the Yellow River .
Baita Mountain Park was built close to the mountains at an elevation of 1,700 metres (5,600 ft) and opened in 1958 across the Yellow River bridge.
Lanzhou Airport serves as the main airport and is located 70 km (43 mi) north of Lanzhou. Flights from more than 20 cities depart and arrive at the airport.
Lanzhou was the second city in northwest China to open a subway line, in August 2012. The urban railway network, Lanzhou Metro, is planned to consist of six subway lines running 207 km (129 mi). Three of the subway lines, coded Line 1, Line 2 and Line 3, will extend 90 km (56 mi) in the city proper, while the three outer lines, coded Line 4, Line 5 and Line 6, will run 117 km (73 mi), connecting the city centre with Lanzhou Zhongchuan Airport, Yuzhong county and Gaolan county, respectively. The first two lines will cost about 23 billion yuan ($3.6 billion) and be completed by 2020.
Lanzhou Railway Station is a major railway hub of western China. Every day over 100 passenger trains originate or pass via this station. It is a vital focal point connecting the western Chinese provinces with the east. Lanzhou Railway Station is located on Huochezhan Dong Lu, in Chengguan district.
Construction of new high-speed passenger-only railway lines is carried out both toward the east (the Xulan Passenger Dedicated Line) and the west (the Lanxin High-Speed Railway). These services will use an upgraded Lanzhou West Railway Station.
Lanzhou has a noted bus rapid transit system which opened in 2013 and won the city an honorable mention at the 2014 Sustainable Transport Awards.
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