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|Key program:||Clinical Medicine (MBBS in English), MD/MS, MBA|
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|Address:||No. 140 Hanzhong Road, Nanjing, P.R.China|
|Clinical Medicine (MBBS in English)||English||6 years||34000 RMB/yr|
|Clinical Medicine||Chinese||5 years||34000 RMB/yr|
|Nursing||Chinese||5 years||34000 RMB/yr|
|Preventive Medicine||Chinese||5 years||34000 RMB/yr|
|Stomatology||Chinese||5 years||34000 RMB/yr|
|Basic Medicine||English||3 years||35000 RMB/yr|
|Biomedical Engineering||English||3 years||35000 RMB/yr|
|Pathology||English||3 years||35000 RMB/yr|
|Pharmaceutics||English||3 years||35000 RMB/yr|
|Imageology and Nuclear Medicine||English||3 years||35000 RMB/yr|
|Psychology||English||3 years||35000 RMB/yr|
|Public Health and Preventive Medicine||English||3 years||35000 RMB/yr|
|Pharmaceutics||Chinese||3 years||35000 RMB/yr|
|Imageology and Nuclear Medicine||Chinese||3 years||35000 RMB/yr|
|Biomedical Engineering||Chinese||3 years||35000 RMB/yr|
|Basic Medicine||Chinese||3 years||38000 RMB/yr|
|Biochemistry and Molecular Biology||Chinese||3 years||38000 RMB/yr|
|Clinical Medicine||Chinese||3 years||38000 RMB/yr|
|Clinical Science of Stomatology||Chinese||3 years||38000 RMB/yr|
|Pharmacology||Chinese||3 years||38000 RMB/yr|
|Public Health and Preventive Medicine||Chinese||3 years||38000 RMB/yr|
Nanjing Medical University is a university in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China. It was established in 1934 in Zhenjiang, but subsequently relocated to Nanjing in 1957. The university has two main campuses: Wutai and Jiangning, both of which have international student apartments.
In 2014, Academic Ranking of World Universities ranked it between 401-500 in the world and 26-32 in China. It was one of the first universities to offer an English taught Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program, as approved by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China (MOE). The university consists of seventeen schools and one independent school (Kangda School). It has 23 affiliated hospitals and more than fifty teaching hospitals in Jiangsu, Shanghai, Zhejiang, and Shandong Provinces. The university has 17 undergraduate programs, 2 six-year dual bachelor’s degree programs, and 5 seven-year programs. Currently it has more than 13,000 students. The university has formed a comprehensive and multi-level educational system that covers undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as post-doctoral training, for full-time students, adults, and international students. In 2002 the university resumed the admission of international students and students from Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan, and it now has more than 500 such students.
The school offers bachelor’s, master’s, and Ph.D degree and post-doctoral research programs. Its facilities consists of an independent school, Kangda College, and 16 secondary schools. Most of the schools are for the study of medicine, public health, or other medical care fields including: the School of Basic Medical Sciences, First School of Clinical Medicine, Second School of Clinical Medicine, Third School of Clinical Medicine, Fourth School of Clinical Medicine, Gulou School of Clinical Medicine, School of Public Health, School of Stomatology, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Nursing, and School of Medical Policy and Management. Other schools are the College of International Studies, School of Continuing Education, School of Higher Vocational and Technical Education, and School of International Education. NMU is affiliated with more than 40 teaching hospitals and more than 20 affiliated hospitals in China.
NMU has more than 1,400 registered faculty members, including 117 full professors and 175 associate professors. There are 812 supervisors of the master’s program and 185 supervisors of the doctoral programs. The University states that it has “one academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, one “Chang Jiang Scholar” Distinguished Visiting Professor, two recruited global experts from the National “Thousand Talent” Program, six winners of the China National Funds for Distinguished Young Scientists, one winner of the National Award for Distinguished Teachers, five winners of the funds from New Century Excellent Talent Support Program of the Ministry of Education, nine Jiangsu Specially-Appointed Professors, three “State-Level Teaching Teams”, and one “Innovation Team” from the Ministry of Education.”
It has an international exchange and cooperation program in which sends instructors overseas for studies and works with scientific research institutions and medical schools in the Britain, United States of America, Australia, Germany, Japan and France. By 2014 there were more than 500 foreign students. NMU is a partner organization with the World Health Organization.
Nanjing is the capital of Jiangsu province in Eastern China. It has a prominent place in Chinese history and culture, having been the capital of China for several periods. Its present name means “Southern Capital” and was widely romanized as Nankin and Nanking until the pinyin language reform, after which Nanjing was gradually adopted as the standard spelling of the city’s name in most languages that use the Roman alphabet.
Nanjing is one of the most beautiful cities of mainland China with lush green parks, natural scenic lakes, small mountains, historical buildings and monuments, relics and much more, which attracts thousands of tourists every year.
Food and symbolism
Many of the city’s local favorite dishes are based on ducks, including nanjing salted duck, duck blood and vermicelli soup, and duck oil pancake.
The radish is also a typical food representing people of Nanjing, which has been spread through word of mouth as an interesting fact for many years in China. According to Nanjing.GOV.cn, “There is a long history of growing radish in Nanjing especially the southern suburb. In the spring, the radish tastes very juicy and sweet. It is well-known that people in Nanjing like eating radish. And the people are even addressed as ‘Nanjing big radish’, which means they are unsophisticated, passionate and conservative. From health perspective, eating radish can help to offset the stodgy food that people take during the Spring Festival”.
Nanjing is the transportation hub in eastern China and the downstream Yangtze River area. Different means of transportation constitute a three-dimensional transport system that includes land, water and air. As in most other Chinese cities, public transportation is the dominant mode of travel of the majority of the citizens. The city now has four bridge or tunnel crossings spanning the Yangtze, which are tying districts north of the river with the city centre on the south bank. See also Transport in Nanjing.
Nanjing is an important railway hub in eastern China. It serves as rail junction for the Beijing-Shanghai (Jinghu) (which is itself composed of the old Jinpu and Huning Railways), Nanjing–Tongling (Ningtong), Nanjing–Qidong (Ningqi), and the Nanjing-Xian (Ningxi) which encompasses the Hefei–Nanjing Railway. Nanjing is connected to the national high-speed railway network by Beijing-Shanghai High-Speed Railway and Shanghai-Wuhan-Chengdu Passenger Dedicated Line, with several more high-speed rail lines under construction.
As an important regional hub in the Yangtze River Delta, Nanjing is well-connected by over 60 state and provincial highways to all parts of China.
Nanjing’s airport, Lukou International Airport, serves both national and international flights. In 2013, Nanjing airport handled 15,011,792 passengers and 255,788.6 tonnes of freight. The airport currently has 85 routes to national and international destinations, which include Japan, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Germany.
Port of Nanjing is the largest inland port in China, with annual cargo tonnage reached 191,970,000 t in 2012. The port area is 98 kilometres (61 mi) in length and has 64 berths including 16 berths for ships with a tonnage of more than 10,000. Nanjing is also the biggest container port along the Yangtze River; in March 2004, the one million container-capacity base, Longtan Containers Port Area opened, further consolidating Nanjing as the leading port in the region.
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