China Medical University

The China Medical University (CMU) was the first medical school established by the Chinese Communist Party. Its precursor was the Chinese Workers’ –
Peasants’ Red Army Military Medical School and Chinese Workers’ – Peasants’Red Army Health School which had been founded in Ruijin city, Jiangxi
province, in 1931. After the Long March with the red army, it moved to Shanbei.

In 1940 comrade Mao Zedong proposed, and the central committee of the Chinese Communist Party approved, the name of the school being changed to
China Medical University. In July 1946 the university was ordered to enter north-east China with the army and reached Xinshan city – now Hegang city –
Heilongjiang province. In November/December 1948 the whole north-east of China was liberated and the university was ordered to move to Shenyang. In
1948 and 1949 it absorbed the medical school formerly operated by the (Japanese) South Manchurian Railway Company (the South Manchuria Medical
College, later called the Shenyang Medical College which had opened in (1911) and the Mukden Medical College – sometimes spelled Moukden Medical
College which had been founded in 1892, see below. Shortly before it was absorbed its name was change to Liaoning Medical College. Language of Instruction

China Medical University has been having the instruction of their medical program and other programs in English and Chinese since 1978. The English
faculty was started mainly for overseas Chinese students who wanted to study medicine in China, Since CMU is a leading university it attracts
Chinese faculties who have studied overseas in English and also the ones who have worked abroad for a few years.

Moreover in purist of excellence and in tune with International faculty exchange program and student exchange program the faculties are sent abroad
for training and to develop learning methodology and techniques, so we ensure that the program we offer is of higher quality and standing. Why CMU ?

Since we are a reputed and top ranking University in China, we attract the best talents available in the country. As informed there are lots of faculties in our university, who have studied in Europe, USA or UK and those who have worked in the can speak English very well. More over as our University cooperate in students exchange program and faculty exchange program with universities from USA, UK and other countries so our faculty had a very good exposure to English program , English speaking students and International students.
CMU has

– Indian curriculum in collaboration with International Syllabus for the
medical program
– Indian text books along with those of USA and UK editions
– Will be arranging Indian cook for Indian students
– Separate facilities for girls and Boys
– Arranges for parents to visit the University.


Zhejiang University School of Medicine grew out of Chekiang (Zhejiang) College of Medicine founded in 1912. In 1945, it was merged into Chekiang
(Zhejiang) University Medical School. The College and its affiliated hospitals were then merged into one as Zhejiang Medical College in 1952 and it was upgraded to Zhejiang Medical University in 1960. In 1998, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou University, Zhejiang Agricultural University and Zhejiang Medical University were merged to form a new Zhejiang University. The following year, Zhejiang University School of Medicine (ZUSM) was
re-established and became the largest school among 22 schools or colleges. Although ZUSM has changed its names and locations several times, it remains
the most eminent medical institutions in the region. Today it ranks as oneof the famous medical educational institutions in China, whose dynamics and
strengths in medical education, scientific research and clinical practice are well recognized.

Seven departments constitute the School: First Department of Clinical Medicine, Second Department of Clinical Medicine, Third Department of
Clinical Medicine, Department of Basic Medical Sciences, Department of Public Health, Department of Stomatology, and Department of Nursing. Both
undergraduate programs and postgraduate programs are provided, fields covering Biomedicine, Public Health, Clinical Medicine, Stomatology, Nursing, and etc. Moreover, ZUSM edits and publishes such scientific journals as China’s Higher Medical Education, Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, Journal of Infectious Diseases, HPBD. (INT), Journal of Practical Oncology, Journal of Zhejiang University (medical edition), Clinical and Education of General Practice, Healthy Life.

By now, it has established international links with scores of medical institutions in Asia, Europe, Australia and North America. Programs like collaborative research projects and exchanges of faculty and students have been launched.

Zusm boasts rich human resources, reliable, well-established, and capable of fulfilling educational, academic or clinical missions. There are 385
full-time or part-time professors devoted to undergraduate and postgraduate programs.

This is an age of change, yet we will learn from our history, take responsibility for the future, and promote the unique nature of the ZUSM
environment. No effort will be spared to cultivate promising professionals in academia, education and medical practice who will be outstanding in
knowledge, experience, skills, qualities, responsibility and values.

Zhejiang Province is situated along the shore of the East Sea. It has a total area of over 100,000 square kilometers (38,600 square miles) and a
population of 46 million. Zhejiang is home to many minority ethnic groups including Han, Hui, Manchu and Miao. Zhejiang is the province with the most
islands in China, with more than 200 islands along its coast. Zhejiang also enjoys a tremendous reputation in the long history of Chinese Buddhism. In
Hang Zhou, there is Lingyin Temple, which is one of the ten most famous ancient Buddhist temples in China. On the Putuo Mountain, there are three
famous temples, Puji Temple, Huiji Temple and Fayu Temple.

Anhui Medical College of TCM

Anhui International College of Medicine, which belongs to the Anhui University of TCM, is teaching Chinese and Western Medicine to foreign
students in English. The college has been authorized to enroll international students since 1996; it possesses a team of the mid-aged and
young teaching faculty who are experienced at educating international students. More and more young potential talents are attracted to study at
the college by its wonderful living and study conditions. Its effective and systematic teaching management has become an important base for the
international exchanges and education in Anhui. So far, many students from various countries or districts have been recruited to study here for
Bachelor’s or a Master’s degree and clinical internship. They are from the USA, Canada, Denmark, The Netherlands, Australia, Russia, Ukraine, South
Korea, Japan, Singapore, Vietnam, and Taiwan. We are now enrolling students from South Asian countries, viz Nepal, India, Pakistan, Bhutan & Bangladesh.

Anhui University of TCM was set up in 1959 and is located in Hefei-the capital city of Anhui province. The university is one of the first higher education institutions established in China and also the only one in Anhui province that fosters the senior talents majoring in Chinese medicine and
Western medicine. With forty-five years of developments, the university has become a major base for the higher education of Chinese Medicine, Western
Medicine, scientific research and international exchanges and cooperation in the province, even in the whole country. It also touches the fields of
technology, engineering, management and economics. The university has 7 schools or departments offering 3 key courses of provincial level, one key
course of national level, 16 Masters degree courses, 4 bases for cultivating the doctorate students cooperating with other medical universities, one key laboratory of provincial level, 2 affiliated hospitals of provincial level, one Chinese clinic and one hospital specialized in Chinese and Western medicine combined.
Language of Instruction

The Language of instruction is English and Anhui Medical College is one among the few institutions which teach in English with its highly qualified
staffs who can speak good English. Separate International Curriculum with special attention for MCI based Syllabus is followed for students from
India. Training for USMLE & PLAB exams are also available.

Wenzhou Medical College

Wenzhou Medical College, designated as a key university in Zhejiang, is an institution of higher learning under the leadership of Zhejiang Provincial
Government. Its history can be traced back to Zhejiang Specialized Medical School established in Hangzhou in 1912, named ¡°Zhejiang Second Medical
College¡± at that time. In August 1958, part of Zhejiang Medical College was moved from Hangzhou to Wenzhou and began recruiting 5-year fulltime
program students, hence the name Wenzhou Medical College (WMC). WMC now offers 3 doctorate programs, 27 master programs, 26 bachelor
programs and 1 7-year program leading to Master¡¯s degree, involving medicine, science, administration, laws, engineering, arts and education.
The program of Ophthalmology & Optometry, a creation combines Ophthalmology and Optometry into one program, is the most well-known key discipline among
all the 17 provincial key disciplines in WMC.

WMC now has a total enrollment of over 11900 undergraduates and more than 600 postgraduates. It has over 800 professional staff among which some
excellent ones are honorably put on the list of Talent Incubation Project, a governmental program aimed at training high-level professional manpower
to implement the national strategy for social and economic development in the new century.

WMC is composed of three campuses, located respectively at Chashan, Xueyuan Road and Xiushan , covering an area of about 73 ha. (=1,100 mu) with a
floor space of 460,000©O. The college library has a collection of about 760,000 books and 1,189 categories of magazines and periodicals in Chinese
or in foreign languages. Academic journals published and issued by WMC are Journal of Wenzhou Medical College, Chinese Journal of Optometry &
Ophthalmology, Journal of Hepatopancreatobilliary Surgery, Zhejiang Traumatic Surgery and Laboratory Medical Education, of which the former 3
have been selected into ¡°core scientific journals of China¡±. WMC has 10 affiliated hospitals with a total of nearly 7,000 beds.

Active in international cooperation in recent years, WMC has established cooperative relationships with over 20 colleges, universities or academic
institutions abroad such as Sino-US joint OD program, staff/student exchange program, etc. WMC began accepting overseas students since 1999.

At present, all the faculty and staff are striving to attain the goal of becoming a high quality university that will enjoy high prestige for its
own features and excellent academic performance, focused on the undergraduate education while actively developing graduate studies, with
medical programs as its core harmonized by multi-disciplinary areas adapting to regional needs. Language of Instruction

In Wenzhou Medical College the Language of instruction is English with seperate classrooms for students from India. Separate International
Curriculum with special attention for MCI based Syllabus is followed for students from India. Training for USMLE & PLAB exams are also available for
International students.

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