Feb 13, 2015 Acupuncture, Acupuncture, Basic Medicine, Bio-Technology, Bio-Technology, Chinese Medicine, Chinese Medicine, Dentistry, Dentistry, MBBS, MD/MS, Nursing, Nursing, Pharmacy, Pharmacy, Public Health, Public Health, Veterinary Medicine, Yangzhou 0
|University Tier:||Ordinary National|
|Accommodation:||Double Room/ Single Room|
|Key program:||Clinical Medicine (MBBS in English), MD/MS|
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|Address:||88 South University Ave, Yangzhou, Jiangsu 225009, P. R. China|
|Clinical Medicine (MBBS in English)||English||6 years||22000 RMB/yr|
|Chinese Language & Literature||Chinese||4 years||14000 RMB/yr|
|Philosophy||Chinese||4 years||14000 RMB/yr|
|Ideological & Political Education||Chinese||4 years||14000 RMB/yr|
|Archivistics||Chinese||4 years||14000 RMB/yr|
|Social Work||Chinese||4 years||14000 RMB/yr|
|Law||Chinese||4 years||14000 RMB/yr|
|Journalism of Broadcasting and Television||Chinese||4 years||14000 RMB/yr|
|Philosophy of Marxism||Chinese||3 years||18000 RMB/yr|
|National Economics||Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Public finance||Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Industrial Economics||Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|International Trade||Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Labor Economics||Chinese||3 years||20000 RMB/yr|
|Theories of law||Chinese||3 years||18000 RMB/yr|
|Constitution Law and Administrative Law||Chinese||3 years||18000 RMB/yr|
|Criminal Jurisprudence||Chinese||3 years||18000 RMB/yr|
|History of CPC||Chinese||3 years||18000 RMB/yr|
|Studies on the Localization of Marxism in China||Chinese||3 years||22000 RMB/yr|
|Theory of Literature and Art||Chinese||3 years||22000 RMB/yr|
|Linguistics and Applied Linguistics||Chinese||3 years||22000 RMB/yr|
|Chinese Philology||Chinese||3 years||22000 RMB/yr|
|Study of Chinese Classical Text||Chinese||3 years||22000 RMB/yr|
|Ancient Chinese Literature||Chinese||3 years||22000 RMB/yr|
|Chinese History||Chinese||3 years||22000 RMB/yr|
|Basic Mathematics||Chinese||3 years||26000 RMB/yr|
|Computational Mathematics||Chinese||3 years||26000 RMB/yr|
|Inorganic Chemistry||Chinese||3 years||26000 RMB/yr|
|Organic Chemistry||Chinese||3 years||26000 RMB/yr|
Yangzhou University is a university in Jiangsu Province, China. It grew out of a merger in 1992 of six existing colleges. The school has around 2,000 faculty and 31,000 undergraduates. It offers 92 undergraduate programs covering 11 disciplines.
The programs and research include humanity, science, business, engineering, architecture, computer, medicine, art, music, agriculture, animal husbandry, etc.
Around 2,000 faculty members work on campus, including around 1000 professors and associate professors. 97 faculty members are entitled to State Fund for Specialists, 29 are entitled as Outstanding Contribution-making Young Experts by the government.
At undergraduate level, the university has over 16,000 adult students in its continued education programs. Undergraduate programs are also available for students from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. Students from foreign countries can be seen in this program as well.
At the graduate level, around 3800 graduate students are studying in 21 doctoral and 122 master’s programs, in which around 748 faculties are involved as doctoral and master’s program supervisors.
Yangzhou University has one national key laboratory, 14 ministerial and provincial key laboratories, and 37 teaching laboratory centers.
Yangzhou University has seven libraries with 3.25 million volumes of books and journals. The libraries have a collection of rare Chinese classics. The university has its own Yangzhou University Journal (Humanities and Social Sciences Edition, Natural Science Edition and Higher Education Research Edition), Jiangsu Agricultural Research, Jiangsu Clinical Medicine Journal and Yangzhou University Cuisine Journal.
Yangzhou University closely combines industry, teaching and research. There are over 900 research projects underway at the university, including 65 national projects listed in 863 Hi-tech Projects, 973 High-tech Projects and National Priority Projects for the Ninth Five-Year Plan, and 144 provincial- or ministerial-level research projects. More than 260 research accomplishments have received awards at provincial or national level. The annual research fund amounts to over 120 Million RMB, ranking far above other universities of the same level.
Yangzhou University has established ties with institutions of higher education in 10 countries. More than 100 foreign language teachers and experts and over 2500 foreign scholars have taught, delivered lectures or participated in academic exchange programs over the past few years.
Over 700 faculty members have been sent abroad for academic visits, advanced studies, research cooperation or attendance at international academic conferences. Besides the exchanges at the faculty and researchers level, exchanges at the student level are developing. The number of international students in Yangzhou University is on the rise as is the number of Chinese students learning English.
Yangzhou is a prefecture-level city in central Jiangsu province in the People’s Republic of China. Sitting on the northern bank of the Yangtze River, it borders the provincial capital of Nanjing to the southwest, Huai’an to the north, Yancheng to the northeast, Taizhou to the east, and Zhenjiang across the river to the south. Its population is 4,414,681 at the 2010 census and its built up area is home to 2,146,980 inhabitants including three urban districts plus currently in the agglomeration.
Historically it is one of the wealthiest of China’s cities, known at various periods for its great merchant families, poets, painters, and scholars. Its name (lit. “Rising Prefecture”) refers to its former position as the capital of Yangzhou prefecture in imperial China.
Subtropical monsoon climate with humid changeable wind; longer winters for about 4 months, summers 3 months and shorter springs and autumns, 2 months respectively; frost-free period of 222 days and annual average sunshine of 2177 hours.
Average temperature: 15 °C annually; the hottest in July of 27.6 °C and the coldest in January of 1.7 °C; maximum temperature of 39.8 °C and minimum -5 °C
The annual average precipitation is 1,030 mm, and about 45 percent of rainfall is concentrated in the summer. The rainy season known as “plum rain season” usually lasts from mid-June to late July. During this season, the plums are ripening, hence the name plum rain.
Yangzhou has one Yangtze River crossing, the Runyang Yangtze River Bridge complex, which has one of the one of the longest suspension bridge spans in the world, and carries the G4011 Yangzhou-Liyang Expressway to Zhenjiang.
The newly built Yangzhou Taizhou Airport is located in Jiangdu district. The Nanjing Lukou International Airport is over 100 km (62 mi) away, and it takes one hour and 40 minutes to get there. There are over 10 airline ticket offices in the city, providing convenient service for foreign and domestic tourists.
Until 2005, Yangzhou had no railway station. The new station, located on the western outskirts of the city, is served by the Nanjing-Qidong Railway, and provides direct passenger service not only to these three cities, but also to a number of major cities to the west, north, and south (such as Xi’an, Wuhan, and Guangzhou), including an overnight Z-series express train to Beijing. There is no direct rail service between Yangzhou and Shanghai, however; to travel to Shanghai, or elsewhere in the Yangtze Delta regions, passengers cross the Yangtze over the new Runyang Bridge to Zhengzhou (frequent commuter bus service is available) and take a train from the Zhenjiang Railway Station, which is located on the main Nanjing-Shanghai rail line.
Yangzhou harbor, 11.5 km south from the city center, is located at the junction of the Beijing-Hangzhou Canal and the Yangtze River. The average water depth is 15-20 meters. In 1992, the State Council approved it to become a first-grade open state harbor, and General Secretary Jiang Zemin inscribed its name. Now, it has developed into a comprehensive harbor, integrating passenger, freight, container transportation and harbor trade, and has become the main distribution center of northern Jiangsu province, eastern Anhui Province and southeast Shandong Province.
The Ningyang (Nanjing-Yangzhou) Expressway has the Bazi Bridge as its entry/exit to the southern part of Yangzhou while the Ningtong (Nanjing-Nantong) Expressway entries and exits Yangzhou in Liaojiagou. In recent years, the Yangzhou municipal Party committee and the local government have attached great importance to the development of the tourist industry, in conjunction with a greater effort dedicated to the improvement of the local road transport system.
Intercity bus service
During the daytime, frequent bus service operates between Yangzhou and nearby cities. There are several bus stations on the city’s outskirts; most of the buses from Nanjing (Nanjing West Bus Station) and Zhenjiang (where the bus station is adjacent to the Zhenjiang Railway Station) arrive to Yangzhou South Bus Station, located a few kilometers southwest from downtown. Most of the intercity bus service stops in the early evening.
Transportation in the Urban Area
The city is served by an extensive network of public bus routes.
Yangzhou’s taxi industry began in 1982, and has developed rapidly since 1993. the city has over 40 taxi companies of various ownerships, with a total of 1,571 vehicles. Parking lots were established at key stations and hotels, and eight taxi companies have opened round-the-clock telephone service. The construction department of the municipal government has strengthened the management of taxi services, providing education in the relevant laws, professional ethics and safety aspects.
To develop Yangzhou tourism, sightseeing buses have been introduced in the city run by Tianma Travel Agency Co. Ltd, under the Yangzhou Tourist Bureau. There is a tour guide on each bus. The route, starting from Yangzhou station, has eight stops, and goes by such scenic spots of the Slender West Lake, Daming Temple, Imperial Dock, Siwang Pagoda, Wenchang Pagoda and Shita Temple. Yangzhou Public Transport Company also operates No.1, No.5 and No.2 special public tourist lines. No.1 bus starts from the bus station and goes by the Slender West Lake, Shigong Temple, Geyuan Garden and Heyuan Garden; No.5 bus starts from the bus station and goes by the Crane Temple, Wenchang Pagoda, Slender West Lake, Five-Pavilion Bridge, and Pingshan Hall. A sight-seeing route on Slender West Lake has opened, connecting Imperial Dock, Yichun Garden, Hong Garden, Dahong Bridge, Xiaojinshan, Diaoyutai, Five-Pavilion Bridge, and the 24-bridge, finally reaching Daming Temple and Pingshan Hall.
Yangzhou dishes may be one of the reasons why the people of Yangzhou are so infatuated with their city. They have an appealing color, aroma, taste and appearance. The original color of each ingredient is preserved after cooking, and no oily sauce is added, so as to retain the fresh flavour of the food.
In Yangzhou all dishes, whether cheap or expensive, are elaborate. Cooks will not scrimp on their work, even with Zhugansi (stewed sliced dry bean curd), a popular dish that costs only a few yuan. Dry bean curd is made by each restaurant that serves it, so the flavor is guaranteed. The cook slices the 1-cm-thick curd into 30 shreds, each one paper-thin but none broken, and then stews them for hours with chopped bamboo shoots and shelled shrimps in chicken soup. In this way the dry bean curd shreds can soak up the flavor of the other ingredients, and the soup is clear but savory. It is not only Yangzhou cooks but also the ordinary people who are conscientious about cooking.
Tourist sights include Slender West Lake and old residences in the moated town, such as the Wang Residence and the Daming temple. Yangzhou is famous for its many well preserved Yangzhou style gardens. Most of the Historic city is in the Guangling District.
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