Jan 27, 2015 Basic Medicine, Clinical Medicine, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, International Economics and Trade, MBBS, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Xian 0
|University Tier:||National Project 985|
|Accommodation:||Double Room/ Single Room|
|Key program:||Clinical Medicine (MBBS in English), MD/MS, Engineering|
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|Address:||No.28, Xianning West Road, Xi’an, Shaanxi, China/td>|
|Clinical Medicine (MBBS in English)||English||6 years||30000 RMB/yr|
|Chinese Language||Chinese||4 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Financial Science||Chinese||4 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Economics and Trade||Chinese||4 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Electronic Business||Chinese||4 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Public Policy and Administration||Chinese||4 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Mathematics and Applied Mathematics||Chinese||4 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Electrical Engineering||English||2 years||40000 RMB/yr|
|Electronic and Information Engineering||English||2 years||40000 RMB/yr|
|Power Engineering and Thermal Fluid Science||English||2 years||40000 RMB/yr|
|Mechanical Engineering||English||2 years||40000 RMB/yr|
|Management of Energy||English||3 years||40000 RMB/yr|
|Clinical Medicine||English||2 years||40000 RMB/yr|
|Basic Medicine||English||2 years||40000 RMB/yr|
|Management Science||English||2 years||40000 RMB/yr|
|Mechanical Engineering||Chinese||3 years||40000 RMB/yr|
|Material Science and Engineering||Chinese||3 years||42000 RMB/yr|
|Medicine||English||3 years||50000 RMB/yr|
|Mechanics||Chinese||3 years||42000 RMB/yr|
|Business Administration||Chinese||3 years||42000 RMB/yr|
|Computer Science and Technology||Chinese||3 years||42000 RMB/yr|
|Strategy Management and Policy Analysis||Chinese||3 years||42000 RMB/yr|
Xi’an Jiaotong University (XJTU) is a national C9 League research university with a strong emphasis on engineering and technology, located in Xi’an, Shaanxi, China. It origins from Jiao Tong University, also spelled as Chiao Tung University, located in Shanghai founded in 1896 as Nanyang Public School. The original Jiaotong University was one of the top research universities in the nation. Its alumni includes scholars like An Wang and Tsien Hsue-shen. In 1956, following the national strategy, the major portion of Jiao Tong University moved to Xi’an, Shaanxi and later became Xi’an Jiaotong University. The remaining portion in Shanghai later became Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Some alumni of the original Jiaotong University (Chiao Tung University) established (or refer as “re-established”) the National Chiao Tung University in Hsinchu, Taiwan after the Chinese Civil War and the government of Republic of China’s relocation to Taiwan.
Xi’an Jiatong University, which is located in the city of Xi’an in Shaanxi province, has three campuses: the Xingqing campus, the Yanta campus and the Qujiang campus, covering a total area of 256.78 hectares. The total constructed area is 1.7623 million square meters. The Qian Xuesen Library, which is located on the Xingqing campus, incorporates nearly 40,000 square meters and has 3518 reading seats. The library collections include 4.47 million books and 10,053 newspapers and periodicals, of which 4089 are current periodicals. The library has been adding to its digital collections and has recently introduced 252 foreign electronic resources. Its holdings now include 28,639 electronic periodicals in Chinese and other languages and more than 1 million electronic books. The library’s computer system is fully integrated with the campus network, CERNET, and the Internet. On- and off-campus users can access the system via remote terminal or over the Internet. The university’s computer network meets the highest international standards.
Students are housed in modern dormitories and may choose from a wide variety of dishes in the university’s extensive dining facilities. The Siyuan Student Activities Center, with a total area of over 10,000 square meters, is the venue for a wide range of events, and the university’s athletic fields and playgrounds are fitted with the latest modern equipment. The university has an extensive system of scholarships and stipends, with scholarships for undergraduates totaling 12 million yuan per year, and additional annual support in the form of loans totaling 14.4 million yuan. The university has also established an “innovation fund” to provide support for graduate students. Each year, it distributes about 50 million yuan. The university has a modern psychological health education and counseling center for university students.
In 1995, former Xi’an Medical University established the Program of Clinical Medicine for International Students, began to enroll qualified international students, aiming to produce clinicians and doctors served in clinics and hospitals. Currently, nearly 500 international students from Bahrain,Pakistan, Nepal, India, Maldives, Canada, Iran, Sudan, USA and other countries are studying in.
Xi’an, formerly romanized as Sian, is the capital of Shaanxi province, located in the northwest of the People’s Republic of China, in the center of the Guanzhong Plain. One of the oldest cities in China, the city was known as Chang’an before the Ming dynasty. Xi’an is one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China, having held the position under several of the most important dynasties in Chinese history, including Zhou, Qin, Han, Sui, and Tang. Xi’an is the starting point of the Silk Road and home to the Terracotta Army of Emperor Qin Shi Huang.
Since the 1990s, as part of the economic revival of interior China especially for the central and northwest regions, the city of Xi’an has re-emerged as an important cultural, industrial and educational centre of the central-northwest region, with facilities for research and development, national security and China’s space exploration program. Xi’an currently holds sub-provincial status, administerring 9 districts and 4 counties. According to the 2010 Census, Xi’an has an urban population of 5,566,711 in its built-up area made of 7 out of 10 districts (all but Yanliang, Lintong and Gaoling not urbanized yet), while the total population of the Municipality is up to 8,467,837. It is the most populous city in Northwest China, as well as one of the three most populous cities in Western China. According to a July 2012 report by the Economist Intelligence Unit, it was recently named as one of the 13 emerging megacities, or megalopolises, in China. The report pinpoints and highlights the demographic and income trends that are shaping these cities’ development.
Xi’an has a temperate climate that is influenced by the East Asian monsoon, classified under the Koppen climate classification as situated on the borderline between a semi-arid climate (BSk) and humid subtropical climate (Cwa). The Wei River valley is characterised by hot, humid summers, cold, dry winters, and dry springs and autumns. Most of the annual precipitation is delivered from July to late October. Snow occasionally falls in winter but rarely settles for long. Dust storms often occur during March and April as the city rapidly warms up. Summer months also experience frequent but short thunderstorms. The monthly 24-hour average temperature ranges from around the freezing mark in January to 26.6 °C (79.9 °F) in July, with an annual mean of 13.68 °C (56.6 °F). With monthly percent possible sunshine ranging from 31 percent in December to 47 percent in August, the city receives 1,646 hours of bright sunshine annually. Extreme temperatures have ranged from -20.6 °C (-5 °F) to 42.9 °C (109 °F).
Xi’an has many areas that are easily accessible on foot. In many commercial, residential, educations zones in the city, especially in the shopping and entertainment districts around the Bell Tower, underpasses and overpasses have been built for the safety and convenience of pedestrians.
Electric bikes are very popular among students and offer easy transportation in and around the city for many residents. Taxi services are numerous but many citizens of Xi’an still commute to work on one of about 280 bus routes. There are more than 2 million registered automobiles in Xi’an, so cars play a very important role in people’s daily life, which also means frequent traffic jams.
Currently the metro system is designed with 6 lines. Line 2, running through the city from north (North Railway Station) to south (Weiqu Nan),was the first opened to the public on September 16, 2011. Operations finally began on 28 September 2011. This line is currently 19.9 km long with 17 stations. Line 1 opened on 15 September 2013. As a west-east railway,its 19 stations connects Houweizhai and Fangzhicheng. Construction of Xi’an Metro’s Line 3 broke ground in May 2011 and is set to finish in 2015. The rest are planned to be finished around 2020. When completed, the total system will span 251.8 km (156.5 mi); will mainly service the urban and suburban districts of Xi’an municipality, and part of Xianyang City.
Taxis in Xi’an are predominantly BYD Auto made in Xi’an. Most, if not all, taxis in Xi’an run on compressed natural gas.
There are 6 passenger transport railway stations in Xi’an. Xi’an Railway Station, located just north of Xi’an walled city, is one of the eight major national railway stations, and the main railway transportation hub of Shaanxi Province. The new Xi’an North Railway Station, situated a few miles to the north, is the station for the high-speed trains of the Zhengzhou-Xi’an High-Speed Railway. With 34 platforms, it is the largest railway station in Northwest China. Construction of the station began on September 19, 2008. The station was opened on January 11, 2011. As of May 2012, Xi’an North Station is served only by the fast (G-series and D-series) trains running on the Zhengzhou-Xi’an High-Speed Railway; one of them continues south to Hankou. The city’s other stations include Xi’an West, Xi’an East, Xi’an South, Sanmincun, and Fangzhicheng railway stations.
Xi’an currently has three ring road systems, the Second Ring road and the Third Ring road which encircle the city. These ring roads are similar to freeways, except where there are traffic signals on the Second Ring road.
Xi’an Xianyang International Airport (airport code: XIY) is the major airport serving the city and is the largest airport in the northwestern part of China. It is 41 kilometres (25 mi) northwest of Xi’an city centre, and 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) northeast of the centre of Xianyang. China Eastern Airlines, Hainan Airlines and China Southern Airlines are the main airlines using the airport. Terminal 3 and the second runway were opened on 3 May 2012.
|RoomType||Rates||Separate Toilet||Separate Bathroom||Broadband Internet Access||Landline||Air Conditioner||Other|
|Single Room||65 RMB/day||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||no|
|Double Room||36 RMB/day||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||no|
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