|University Tier:||Ordinary National|
|Accommodation:||Double Room/Single Room|
|Key program:||Clinical Medicine (MBBS in English), MD/MS|
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|Address:||No.1838 North Guangzhou Avenue, Guangzhou|
|Clinical Medicine (MBBS in English)||English||6 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Basic Medicine||Chinese||5 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Clinical Medicine||Chinese||5 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Stomatology||Chinese||5 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Traditional Chinese Medicine||Chinese||5 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Preventive Medicine||Chinese||5 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Chinese Pharmacology||Chinese||4 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Nursing||Chinese||4 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Bioinformatics||Chinese||4 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Computer Science and Technology||Chinese||4 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Applied Psychology||Chinese||3 years||38000 RMB/yr|
|Zoology||Chinese||3 years||38000 RMB/yr|
|Microbiology||Chinese||3 years||38000 RMB/yr|
|Genetics||Chinese||3 years||38000 RMB/yr|
|Cell-biology||Chinese||3 years||38000 RMB/yr|
|Biochemistry and Molecular Biology||Chinese||3 years||38000 RMB/yr|
|Computer Application Technology||Chinese||3 years||38000 RMB/yr|
|Immunology||Chinese||3 years||38000 RMB/yr|
Southern Medical University (STMU), formerly known as First Military Medical University, affiliated to the People’s Liberation Army of China, is a Chinese institution of higher learning, located in Guangzhou, the capital city of Guangdong Province, China. It renamed Southern Medical University in 2004. It was founded in 1951 and became one of 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 ranked 2641 by 4icu world ranking and 1499 by Webometrics world ranking. The University began to enroll Chinese Government Scholarship students and international undergraduate students for English-taught clinical medicine programs in 2006. It was designated as a national key university. The University has 17 schools, 6 affiliated hospitals and 45 non-directly affiliated hospitals. It has 7 post-doctoral research stations. If offers 75 doctoral programs, 98 postgraduate programs and 49 undergraduate programs. The number of the University faculty is more than 6000. Among over 19,500 students enrolled, more than 900 are international students. The University enjoys extensive international exchanges. It has created good cooperation and exchange with more than 30 universities and research institutions in foreign countries and districts in academic exchanges activities, lad cooperation and students exchange.
Southern Medical University is located at 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. The university 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.
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.
Guangzhou (also known as Canton, and less commonly as Kwangchow) is the capital and largest city of Guangdong province in South China. Located on the Pearl River, about 120 km (75 mi) north-northwest of Hong Kong and 145 km (90 mi) north of Macau, Guangzhou serves as an important national transportation hub and trading port. One of the five National Central Cities, it holds sub-provincial administrative status.
Guangzhou is the third-largest Chinese city and the largest city in South Central China. As of the 2010 census, the city’s administrative area had a population of 12.70 million. Some estimates place the population of the entire Pearl River Delta Mega City built-up area as high as 44,449,738 including 10 out of 12 Guangzhou urban districts, Shenzhen (10.36 million), Dongguan (8.22 million), Zhongshan (3.12 million), Macao (0.55 million), most parts of Foshan (7.20 million), Jiangmen (1.82 million), Zhuhai (0.89 million) and Huyang County of Huizhou (0.76 million) adjoining Dongguan and Shenzhen, with an area of about 17,573 square kilometres (6,785 sq mi).
When the first line of the Guangzhou Metro opened in 1997, Guangzhou was the fourth city in Mainland China to have an underground railway system, behind Beijing, Tianjin and Shanghai. Currently the metro network is made up of nine lines, covering a total length of 260 km (160 mi). A long term plan is to make the city’s metro system expand to over 500 km (310 mi) by 2020 with 15 lines in operation.
Buses, taxis and motorcycles
The Guangzhou Bus Rapid Transit (or GBRT) system which was introduced in 2010, is the world’s second largest Bus Rapid Transit system with 1,000,000 passenger trips daily and 26,900 pphpd during the peak hour (second only to the TransMilenio BRT system in Bogota). The system averages 1 bus every 10 seconds or 350 per hour in a single direction and contains the world’s longest BRT stations-around 260 m (850 ft) including bridges.
Guangzhou’s main airport is the Baiyun International Airport in Huadu District opened on August 5, 2004. This airport is also the 2nd busiest airport in terms of traffic movements in China. It replaced the old Baiyun International Airport, which was very close to the city centre and failed to meet the fast-growing air traffic demand.
Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport now has two runways, with three more planned to be built.
Guangzhou is the terminus of the Beijing-Guangzhou, Guangzhou-Shenzhen, Guangzhou-Maoming and Guangzhou-Meizhou-Shantou conventional speed railways. In late 2009, the Wuhan-Guangzhou High-Speed Railway started service, with multiple unit trains covering 980 km (608.94 mi) at a top speed of 320 km/h (199 mph). In January 2011, the Guangzhou-Zhuhai Intercity Railway started service at an average speed of 200 km/h (124 mph). In December 2014, the Guiyang-Guangzhou High-Speed Railway and Nanning-Guangzhou Railway began service with trains running at top speeds of 250 km/h (155 mph) and 200 km/h (124 mph), respectively.
Intercity transport to Hong Kong
Guangzhou is well connected to Hong Kong by train, coach and ferry. The Guangdong Through Train departs from the Guangzhou East railway station and arrives at the Hung Hom KCR station in Kowloon, Hong Kong. The route is approximately 182 km (113 mi) in length and the ride takes less than two hours. Frequent coach services are also provided with coaches departing every day from different locations (mostly major hotels) around the city.
There are daily high-speed catamaran services between Nansha Ferry Terminal and Lianhua Shan Ferry Terminal in Guangzhou and the Hong Kong China Ferry Terminal, as well as between Nansha Ferry Terminal and Macau Ferry Pier in Hong Kong.
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