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Nanjing Medical University (NMU), founded in 1934, is one of the top institutions of higher learning in China. As the name suggests, NMU is located in Nanjing, one of the four ancient Chinese capitals, a city which was a cultural, political and economical center in southern China and is currently the capital of Jiangsu province and an economical center in the Yangtze River Delta. Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge (the first combined bridge designed and built by the Chinese), the Nanjing Harbor (the largest inland one in Asia), Nanjing Lukou International Airport (35.8 kilometers away from the city center, with 85 domestic and international routes) and countless highways and railways make the city a traffic hub and its traffic easy and convenient. Mountains, water, ancient walls and green woods complement Nanjing”s beauty and richness. Small wonder Dr. Sun Yet-sen spoke highly of her: “With all the beauties of high mountains, deep lakes and vast plains integrated in one, Nanjing is certainly unrivalled and unique in the world.” With respect to the number of universities, Nanjing ranks third in China, just after Beijing and Shanghai.

NMU consists of 16 secondary schools and 1 independent school. They are School of Basic Medical Sciences, School of Public Health, the First School of Clinical Medicine, the Second School of Clinical Medicine, the Third School of Clinical Medicine, the Fourth School of Clinical Medicine, Gulou School of Clinical Medicine, School of Stomatology, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Nursing, School of Medical Policy and Management, School of International Education, College of International Studies, School of Continuing Education, School of Higher Vocational and Technical Education and the independent institution: Kangda College.

NMU runs 16 undergraduate programs, 2 six-year dual bachelor”s degree programs, 3 seven-year programs, 55 master”s programs, 35 Ph.D. programs, and 3 post-doctoral research stations. In addition, NMU has 3 national key disciplines, 12 provincial key disciplines. NMU has 20 affiliated hospitals and over 40 teaching hospitals in Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuxi, Changzhou, Huai”an, Shanghai, Hangzhou and Qingdao.

NMU offers a variety of teaching programs for over 15,000 students every academic year, ranging from undergraduates to doctors, full-time students to adult learners, Chinese students to international students.

NMU has a strong faculty team of 1501 registered faculty members, including 159 full professors, 344 associate professors, 132 supervisors of doctoral programs and 386 supervisors of master”s programs. NMU has 1 key laboratory co-established by the ministry and provincial government, 4 key laboratories at ministry level, 8 provincial key laboratories and research centers.

In recent years, NMU has launched an extensive exchange and cooperation with national and international higher institutions. The university has established bilateral and academic relationship with medical schools and scientific research institutions in USA, Canada, Britain, Germany, Japan, France and Australia. Some prestigious experts and scholars are conferred Nanjing Medical University honorary or guest professorship. Meanwhile, it has regularly sent teachers abroad for long-term study or short-term visits. Since 2002, the university has resumed enrollment of international students and students from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. At present, the total number of international and HMT (Hongkong, Macao and Taiwan students is over 500.

School Facilities

NMU comprises two campuses: Wutai campus and Jiangning campus. The former, about 80,000 sq.m in size, only five minutes” walk away from downtown center Xinjiekou, is the center of research and graduate education. The latter, about 980, 000 sq.m in size, located in Jiangning University Town, is the center of undergraduate education. Subway and buses make its traffic very convenient. For the first three years, international students will study in Jiangning campus and then they transfer to Wutai campus to complete their study for another three years.


The library of NMU, as a medical center of JALIS and an integral part of Engineering Documentation and Information Center of Jiangsu Province, is abundant in medical literature. Our library is also a member of Chinese Higher Medical and Pharmaceutical Libraries, the kernel library of Jiangsu Medicine and Pharmaceutical, center of Jiangsu Higher Medical Literature and the Class 1 Consultation Station for retrieving literature in Chinese academic journals. Each campus has one library. The one on Wutai campus has two communicated buildings, 9000 sq.m in size.

Jiangning library was put in use in 2007, 25,000 sq.m in size, with 3000 seating capacity. By the end of 2006, the libraries have altogether 5,700 paper journals and 40,000 digital journals either in Chinese or in foreign languages. Besides, there are more than 620,000 paper books and 610,000 e-books stored here. The books are mainly in the fields of basic medicine, clinical medicine, preventive medicine and pharmaceutics, and books in biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics, computer science, management, social science and literature are also included.

Sports Facilities

Football fields, basketball courts, tennis courts and modern gymnasium are available to all students.

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Southeast University (SEU)“is one of the national key universities administered directly under the Ministry of Education of China. It is also one of the first universities accredited by the State Council to determine and approve the qualifications of professors, associate professors and doctorial supervisors. It is also one of the universities of Project 211 and Program 985 that is financed by the central government to build as a world-class university.”

Southeast University“is one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in China. its origin can be traced back to 1902, when it was founded as Sanjiang Normal College. Then, it evolved as: Nanjing Higher Normal School, National Southeast University and National Central University. During the nationwide restructuring of institutions of higher learning in 1952, Nanjing Institute of Technology was established on the original site of National Central University. In May 1988, the university was renamed Southeast University. And in April 2000, Nanjing Railway Medical College, Nanjing College of Communications and Nanjing Geological School were merged into the university, whose main campus is located at the center of the ancient capital city of Nanjing, a sacred place for education since the Ming Dynasty. At present, Southeast University has campuses such as Sipailou ,Jiulonghu and Dingjiaqiao, covering a total area of 427 hectares.

Now, Southeast University has become a comprehensive university of high reputation comprised of various Schools&departments of science, engineering, art, social sciences, law, economics, management, languages, etc., with engineering as its focus. The university boasts over 34 schools or departments with 64undergraduate disciplines in all. It also has 20 post-doctoral stations, and offers 95 PhD programs and 208 Master programs; it holds a national lead in architecture, civil engineering, electronics, information technology, energy, power engineering, and transportation technology. The total number of faculty and staff is 6000, including 1300 full or associate professors, 450 doctoral supervisors, 9 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Academy of Engineering, 28 ” Cheung Kong Scholar” Professors. At present, the full-time students number over 27000, of whom about 10000 are postgraduates.

Southeast University encourages the school spirit of “rigor, truthfulness, unity and diligence”, i.e., adopting the rigorous, truthful, realistic scientific attitude and working spirit of full cooperation. It has turned out more than 200000 excellent personnel, among whom there are 153 academicians. With the quality education strengthened, its graduates not only have excellent theoretical competence and practical skills, but also possess a wide range of knowledge and abilities. Its average undergraduate employment rate goes beyond 99% upon graduation.

Southeast University is one of the top 10 universities in scientific research and development in China. It has over 20 national or provincial research institutes, with a number of key research bases. It”s research fund exceeded RMB 646 million in 2007. the SEU Architecture Design and Research Institute, which is one of the few national first-class design institutes, have undertaken various major projects. SEU”s affiliated Zhongda Hospital, which was set up in 1935, is one of the first hospitals in Jiangsu Province that were assessed as “Class A Grade 3” hospitals by the State Ministry of Public Health.

International cooperation & exchanges play an important role in the development of Southeast University. Since 1978, more than 4000 teachers or researchers have been sent abroad for academic activities or exchanges, and over 3500 foreign experts and teachers have been invited to our university for lecturing, cooperative research or academic exchanges, among whom some are honorary professors of our university, including Y.H. Ku, Chen Ning Yang, Chien-Shiung Wu, Samuel C. C. Ting , Jean-Marie Lehn, T.Y. Lin, and so on. More than 2039 international students from 60 countries have studied in this university, and over 1700 of them have completed their study and returned to their own countries.

The university takes an active part in setting up international cooperative programs with other countries. Up to now, it has signed agreements for friendly cooperation with more than 100 universities, research institutes or corporations in countries including Australia, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Switzerland, Sweden, United States etc., which has contributed a great deal to the actual strength, international fame and development of the university.

Southeast University was traditionally at the head of the universities in Southeast China. Now, all its faculty and staff members are making concerted efforts to build it into a world-class university through integration, innovation, unity and diligence.

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Jilin University (JLU) is a leading national university under the direct jurisdiction of China’s Ministry of Education. Located in Changchun, the capital city of Jilin Province in North-eastern China, the University has eight campuses in five districts which are home to thirty-nine colleges covering eleven academic disciplines, including Philosophy, Economics, Law, Literature, Education, History, Science, Engineering, Agriculture, Medicine, and Management. The University boasts sixteen disciplinary areas, five national key laboratories, and eight national bases for the development of basic science. Other resources include five research bases for humanities and social sciences, seven key laboratories sponsored by the Ministry of Education and eleven by other ministries of Chinese government.

The predecessor of Norman Bethune Medical Science Division of Jilin University is the Bethune Medical University, founded by Marshal Nie Ronzhen in September 1939, in Tang county of Hebei Province, in the Jinchaji Anti-Japanese Resistance Base. It was named after the outstanding Canadian thoracic surgeon, Norman Bethune because of his selfless devotion to the set-up and running of the institution. For more than half a century, the institution has trained over thirty thousand medical professionals, and contributed a lot to the development of medical science and education and improvement in medicine and health work of China.

After the merge of the universities, Jilin University lays much emphasis on the development of medical education. A two-level system of management has been established. Under the Norman Bethune Division of Medical Sciences, there are 8 schools, namely, the School of Basic Medicine, the School of Public Hygiene, the First Clinical School, the Second Clinical School, the Third Clinical School, School of Dentistry, School of Pharmacy, and School of Nursing, along with a Research Institute for Regenerative Medicine and a Centre for Pilot Animal.

Full-time undergraduate programs include Clinical Medicine (five-years, six-years or seven-years), Dental Medicine, Preventive Medicine, Radiology, Information Management and Information System (Medicine Information Management), Pharmacology, and Bioengineering. Currently there are 6150 students: 3146 in five- or six-year undergraduate programs; 799 in seven-year joint undergraduate and masters degree programs; 1521 in masters degree programs and 684 in doctoral programs. Medical Science Division presently has 5783 faculty and staff members, including 2225 teachers and technicians; 669 of them hold senior titles. It offers 2 post-doctoral programs (basic medicine and clinical medicine), 2 first-level doctoral programs, 24 second-level doctoral programs, 45 masters degree programs that cover all the specialties.

There are 82 doctoral and 377 masters degree advisors. The division has one national key discipline, one key laboratory of Ministry of Education, 14 key disciplines at provincial level. Neurology, Pathobiology, Immunology, Radiobiology, Endemic Diseases Study, Medicine of Healthy Birth and Sound Care, and Perinatology are among the best in China.

Centre for Human Genome Research, laboratories of Molecular Biology, Pathobiology, Radiobiology, and Isotope are open to domestic and international researchers. Four comprehensive clinical hospitals and one dental hospital serve as attached institutions. The total number of beds is 4055. The total amount of the equipments is worth 0.49 billion Yuan. The medicine professional library has a floor space of 8400 square meters, with a collection of 350 thousand volumes of books, and 2000 kinds of Chinese and foreign languages periodicals.

Since 1998, Medical Science Division has tackled ten national key problems in science and technology, and undertaken 635 National Natural Science Foundation and other ministerial level projects. The research funding amounts to more than 5 million Yuan. Each year, about 1500 papers are published home and abroad every year; number of articles indexed by SCI is increasing every year. There are three second-level and one third-level National Scientific Progress Prizes, 635 Provincial or Ministerial prizes, 3 National Teaching Achievement Prizes, 18 Provincial or Ministerial Teaching Achievements Prizes and 99 University Teaching Achievements Prizes.

The Division is active in International Cooperation and Exchange Programs, and has established ties with 26 educational institutions and academic organization in countries and districts such as Japan, Canada, America, Great Britain, Sweden and Hong Kong.

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Jiangsu University (JSU) was founded in 1902 sharing the same root with Nanjing University, Southeast University, etc. and has developed to be a national comprehensive key university.


There are more than 2,600 universities in Chinese Mainland. According to ESI Ranking, JSU rose from 78 in 2015 to 50 in 2019 in the general ranking among Chinese Mainland’s universities. In THE World University Ranking 2020, JSU ranked 43 of all universities in Chinese Mainland. In QS Asian University Ranking 2020, JSU ranked 51 of all universities in Chinese Mainland.7 disciplines have been ranked as top 1% globally in ESI: Engineering, Clinical Medicine, Materials Science, Chemistry, Agricultural Science, Pharmacology & Toxicology and Biology & Biochemistry, among which the best are Engineering ranked as top 1.78‰, Chemistry as top 2.17‰, Materials Science as top 2.68‰ and Agricultural Science as 3.63‰.

Staff &Students

JSU has 5,763 staff members, among which 2,475 are faculty members, including 450 professors. 54% of them have got PhD degrees and over 32% have experience of overseas study. The current total enrollment of full-time students amounts to over 47,600, including 12,000 postgraduates, 2000 international students from 74 countries and 10,000 full-time students from Jingjiang College.


JSU offers 93 undergraduate programs, 213 master programs, and 64 PhD programs in 12 academic fields: Engineering, Agriculture, Science, Medicine, Management, Economics, Medicine, Law, Education, Literature, Art and History. The university has 13 post-doctoral research stations.


JSU has been promoting high-level research. In the recent 5 years, the total scientific research fund amounts to 2.789 billion RMB, sponsored by governments and enterprises. Since 2016, JSU has succeeded in applying for 524 projects in total from the National Natural Science Foundation, ranking among the top 50 universities in Chinese Mainland for six consecutive years.

International Collaboration

JSU gives priorities to the internationalization of the school running, encouraging faculty members and students to go abroad for further studies, inviting more global talents to join for mutual benefits, promoting international research collaboration as well as recruiting more overseas students.

By March 2021, JSU has set up cooperation partnership with 196 universities in 54 countries and regions, among which several well-known universities include University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, The University of Queensland, The University of Western Australia, University of Amsterdam, Aarhus University, Nanyang Technological University, University of Leeds, The University of Manchester and University of Liverpool.

JSU has cooperated with Arcadia University (the United States) and University of Magdeburg (Germany) to organize joint education programs. The program with Arcadia allowed over 200 undergraduates to study in the US for a dual degree since 2012. JSU has also signed double degree program agreements with a number of universities from the UK, USA, Australia and France. For instance, 30 undergraduates were enrolled in a double degree program in Electrical Engineering and Automation with the University of Queensland and Cranfield University in 2019. 22 undergraduates and 3 postgraduates have studied at the University of Leeds for a double degree in Food Engineering since 2016.

JSU has several national level international scientific research platforms, such as China-Australia Joint Research Centre for Functional Molecular Materials (Australian National University and JSU) approved from two countries’ central governments in 2010. International Joint Research Center for Health Management on Key Structure of the High-End Equipment (North Carolina State University, USA and National Research Council, Canada) and International Cooperative Research Center for Fluid Engineering Equipment Energy-Saving Technology (National Advanced Engineering Technology University (France), Technical University of Kaiserslautern (Germany), The University of Manchester (UK), etc.) got approved from Ministry of Science and Technology respectively in 2016 and 2017. Several major and key international scientific research joint projects include 2017 Sino-Thailand Cooperation Project-Basic Research on the Preparation and Application of High-Grade Biofuels based on Process Enhancement, 2018 Sino-American Cooperation Project – Research on Positioning, Gradient, Long-Acting Drug Delivery System and Its Repair of Spinal Cord Injury of 3D Bionic Printing and 2018 Sino-American Cooperation Project-Cooperative Research on the Creation of Catalytic Infrared Emitter and Processing Technology of Agricultural Products.

With more and more people getting interested in Chinese language and culture, JSU co-built with University of Graz (Austria) a Confucius Institute which has been operating smoothly since October 2010, followed by the opening of the collaborative Chinese-German Language and Culture Center.

International multilateral cooperation is nowadays so much valued that JSU initiated and participated in several international alliances to promote study and research. JSU is the first Rotating Chair and Permanent Secretariat of Jiangsu-Side of Jiangsu-UK 20+20 World-Class University Consortium and the Chair of the International University Consortium for Agricultural Engineering.

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The history of College of Medicine of Yangzhou University can be traced “back” to as early as 1950. The predecessor of the college is Subei Health School, which grew into Yangzhou in 1958 and then Yangzhou Medical College in 1984. In 1992, Yangzhou Medical College, together with other 5 college, was merged to found Yangzhou University and became College of Medicine of Yangzhou University. The College consists of five “bachelor’s degree” programs including clinical medicine, traditional Chinese medical science, clinical discipline of Chinese and western integrative medicine, nursing and pharmacy.

From 2006, the College started to offer the five-year undergraduate program in clinical medicine (MBBS) to international students.

The college now offers 1 first-level doctorate program (clinical discipline of Chinese and western integrative medicine), 6 first-level master’s programs (basic medical sciences, clinical medicine, preventive medicine, pharmaceutical sciences, clinical discipline of Chinese and western integrative medicine, and Chinese materia medica), 45 second-level master’s programs (human anatomy and histoembryology, physiology, immunology, pathology and pathophysiology, pharmacology, internal medicine, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, dermatology and sexually transmitted diseases prevention, medical imaging and nuclear medicine, “science of Chinese traditional medicine, basic and clinical discipline of Chinese and western integrative medicine, ect.) and one 1 professional degree program (clinical medicine). Our college is among the colleges that were authorized by Ministry of Education to enroll foreign undergraduate student of clinical discipline. The clinical discipline of Chinese and western integrative medicine is the key discipline at provincial level, and seven disciplines (digest Internal medicine, cardiology, haematology, osteology, neurology, medical imaging and nuclear medicine and general surgery) are the key clinical specialties at provincial level. It possesses state-level endoscopy training center of Ministry of Health, and counseling psychology training base of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of China. For now, there are 2210 full-time undergraduate, 220 master degree candidates and “doctoral candidates and 44overseas students” in the college.

The medical college has 7 faculties (department of clinical medicine I, department of clinical medicine II, obstetrics gynecology and reproductive medicine, clinical discipline of Chinese and western integrative medicine, obstetrics gynecology and reproductive medicine, nursing school, department of pharmacy and department of basic medicine). The experimental center for basic medicine teaching of medical college is the experimental teaching demonstration center of Jiangsu province. The experimental center for clinic medicine is the experimental center constructed by both central and local governments. The college also has a compositive experimental center for pharmacy teaching. Now the college has 9 affiliated hospitals including Subei People’s Hospital of Jiangsu Province, Yangzhou First People’s Hospital, etc. and more than 30 teaching and training hospitals.

Huazhong University of Science & Technology

The Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) is a national key university directly under the administration of the Ministry of Education of P. R. China, and is among the first Universities joining the national “211 Project” and “985 Project”. It was founded on May 26, 2000 as a result of the merger of the former Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Tongji Medical University and Wuhan Urban Construction Institute.

Huazhong University At present, the University has eleven disciplines: engineering, medicine, management, science, philosophy, economics, law, education, literature, history and agriculture, offering a variety of degree programs, including 86 undergraduate programs, 303 graduate programs, 237 PhD programs. There are 31 post-doctoral research centers, 7 national key disciplines, 15 national key subdisciplines.

Now, The Huazhong University of Science and Technology Covers an area of over 1,153 acres with picturesque environment, elegant surroundings and has 72% greenery coverage, which has been honored as the “University in the Forest”. It offers its students and staff first-class logistic service, efficient network service and abundant library resources. HUST has also entered into partnerships with more than 100 renowned universities and research institutions. Annually over 100 famous scholars and experts come to visit HUST and give lectures.

The Huazhong University of Science and Technology Now the University has over 1,000 professors and 1,300 associate professors, including 24 academicians, 65 professors receiving funds from the Cheung Kong Scholars program, 36 winners of National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, 36 listed in the “National Talents Project” and 135 young scholars listed in “New Century Outstanding Talents Project” of the Ministry of Education. In recent years, with the implementation of “New Century Education Reform Project”, HUST has built up a course system based on such major disciplines as information, mechanics, civil engineering and environmental studies, electrical engineering, medicine, management, humanities, etc. It has greatly promoted the reform of credit system and English learning program for non-English majors, strengthened its education base and practical education reform, and built 13 student innovation bases.

The College places great emphasis on scientific research and has undertaken more than 40 programs such as the National High Technology Research and Development Program of China, Major State Basic Research Development Program of China (973 Program), National Natural Science Funds, significant bidding programs of Jiangsu province and so on, obtaining a batch of high levelachievements in scientific research and obtaining both economic and social benefits obviously. The college sets “journal of clinical medicine in practice” editorial staff and the journal is a core publication in the fields of medicine in China publicly issued all over the country which has impact factor of 0.578 and was awarded “Chinese college excellent journals” for many years.

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After the founding, the college has already trained 10000 various kinds of middle and high-ranking medical and health talents for the country. The graduates were well received with enthusiasm for learning, solid basic theoretical, high practice ability and the style of plain living by employing unit. A large number of the graduates have become the backbone of the healthcare industry. Dr. Wu Dengyun, the national outstanding communist and model worker and the winner of Bethune medal, is a outstanding representative of the excellent graduates who is honoured as “White saint”.


The medical college has 7 faculties: department of clinical medicine I, department of clinical medicine II, department of obstetrics gynecology and reproductive medicine, department of clinical discipline of Chinese and western integrative medicine, nursing school, department of pharmacy, and department of basic medicine.

Department of basic medicine

At present, the department has staff of 47, including 33 teachers and 14 technicians. Among them, there are 5 professors and 18 associate professors. Seventeen teachers have doctoral degrees and fourteen are supervisors of master students. The department has 4 discipline groups: cell biology and biochemistry, physiology and functional experiment, etiology and immunology, pathology and pathophysiology. The department owns first-class discipline of basic medical sciences, which comprises of 4 key master’s programs at university level in second-class discipline: human anatomy and histoembryology, physiology, immunology, pathology and pathophysiology. Till now the department of basic medicine has undertaken 65 scientific research projects, including 10 at the national level. The department Past five years published more than 120 articles, of which included 22 SCI papers, during the past five years.

Department of clinical medicine I

This department comprises of following discipline groups: internal medicine, diagnostics, pediatrics, dermatology and sexually transmitted diseases prevention, and medical imaging and nuclear medicine. At present, the department has 137 teachers including 8 professors or chief physicians, 39 associate professors or associate chief physicians and 38 supervisors of master students. The experimental center for clinic medicine of the department is divided into physical diagnosis laboratory, dermatology and sexually transmitted diseases laboratory and clinical skills training center. Diagnosis and internal medicine are key courses of Yangzhou University. Twelve second-class master’s programs were set up in this department, including internal medicine, dermatology and sexually transmitted diseases prevention, medical imaging and nuclear medicine, psychiatry and mental hygiene, emergency medicine, lemology, neurology, clinical laboratory diagnostics, oncology, oncology and recovery medicine and physiatrics. Digestive internal medicine, cardiology, haematology, neurology, medical imaging and nuclear medicine are key clinical specialty of Jiangsu Province. Till now, the department has undertaken more than 20 scientific research projects at national or province level, and gotten more than 30 Technology Achievement Award.

Department of clinical medicine II

The department comprises of discipline groups of surgery and human anatomy & histoembryology. At present, the department has 101 teachers, 4 technicians, including 8 professor, 20 associate professors, 3 supervisors of doctoral student and 36 supervisors master”s student. The department posseses anatomy laboratory and general surgery laboratory. Seven second-class master’s programs were set up in this department, including surgery, anesthesiology, sport medicine, otorhinolaryngology, ophthalmology, field surgery, and human anatomy and histoembryology. General surgery and orthopaedics and tranmatology are excellent courses of adult education in Yangzhou University. The department is undertaking 20 scientific research projects at national or province level, and has gotten more than 30 Technology Achievement Award.

Department of obstetrics gynecology and reproductive medicine

The department comprises of obstetrics and gynecology and histology and embryology and has 31 teachers, including 8 professor or chief physician, 10 associate professors or associate chief physicians, 12 supervisors of master”s student. The department has 3 master”s programs: obstetrics and gynecology, human anatomy and histoembryology, and reproductive medicine. The obstetrics and gynecology of this department is the key specialty of Jiangsu Province. Recently, the department has undertaken numerous scientific research projects at national or province level, and has gotten more than 10 technology achievement award.

Department of clinical discipline of Chinese and western integrative Medicine

The department of Chinese medicine was founded in 1958 and renamed as department of clinical discipline of Chinese and western integrative medicine in February 2011. At present, the department has 18 teachers including 4 professors or chief physicians, 11 associate professors or associate chief physicians, 3 doctoral supervisors and 6 supervisors of master students. Among them, 9 persons have MD and 3 persons have master degree. The department has 2 discipline groups: basic science of discipline of Chinese and western integrative medicine and clinic science of discipline of Chinese and western integrative medicine. It sets up integrative Chinese and western medicine lab, traditional Chinese medicine specimens room and traditional Chinese medicine clinical demonstration classroom. In 1984, 5-year bachelor”s degree students professional in integrative Chinese and western medicine were enrolled. At present, 2 bachelor”s programs: traditional Chinese medicine and clinical discipline of Chinese and western integrative medicine are set up in this department. And the department owns 1 first-class discipline doctorate program (integrative Chinese and western medicine) and 1 first-class discipline master’s program: integration of traditional and western medicine. In 2006, clinical discipline of Chinese and western integrative medicine was awarded the key discipline at provincial level. Recently, the department has undertaken numerous scientific research projects at national or province level, and has gotten more than 10 technology achievement award.

Nursing School

Nursing school was founded in 1998 which is the first batch of 4-year nursing bachelor”s program in Jiangsu. As a feature specialty of Yangzhou University, nursing school was restructured in 2008 according to the idea of “emergence and mutual promotion between different disciplines”. The new nursing school has an emergence and mutual promotion development system. The school has 4 discipline groups: basic nursing, clinic nursing, preventive medicine and medical humanities. It sets up 1 nursing teaching lab, 6 nursing training teaching bases. At present, nursing school has 16 teachers including 1 professor, 7 associate professors. Among them, 3 persons have MD and 4 persons have master degree. The department has a first-level master’s program of prevention medicine and a second-level master’s program of nursing.

Department of Pharmacy

In 2001, 4-year bachelor’s degree students professional in pharmacy were enrolled and the department of pharmacy was founded in 2002. It sets up 2 disciplines: clinical pharmacy and pharmacology and also found pharmacy teaching lab, research Institute of Yangzhou University on pharmaceutics, research lab of natural medicine and research lab of anti-inflammatory-immunity pharmacology. At present, the department has 2 technicians and 13 teachers, including 6 professors, 2 associate professors, 1 doctoral supervisor and 8 master’s supervisors. Now, it owns 1 bachelor’s program: pharmacy (clinical pharmacy) and 2 master’s program: science of Chinese traditional medicine and pharmacology. The research fund is more than “1.1 million. The department is undertaking numerous scientific research projects at national or province level, and has gotten lots of technology achievement award.

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About 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.

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Xiamen University (XMU), established in 1921 by renowned patriotic overseas Chinese leader Mr. Tan Kah Kee, is the first university founded by an overseas Chinese in the history of modern Chinese education. XMU has long been listed among China’s leading universities on the national 211 Project, 985 Project and Double First-class initiative, which have been launched by the Chinese government to support selected universities in achieving world-class standing. Xiamen University Malaysia Campus is the first overseas branch campus established by a prestigious Chinese university.

With a graduate school, 6 academic divisions consisting of 30 schools and colleges, and 16 research institutes, XMU boasts a total enrollment of nearly 40,000 full-time students (including 1,208 international students), i.e. 20,651 undergraduates, 16,712 graduate students toward a master’s degree, 4,737 doctoral candidates.

XMU currently has a faculty of over 2,700 full-time teachers and researchers, of whom 21 are the members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences or of the Chinese Academy of Engineering (including 9 who are employed simultaneously by other institutions).

XMU has forged partnerships with 250 universities in such countries as the UK, the US, Japan, France, Russia, etc., as well as China’s special administrative regions like Hong Kong and Macao and the Province of Taiwan; it has established 15 Confucius Institutes in collaboration with local universities in 13 countries.

In September 2013, in a bid to advance the educational cooperation and enchange between China and ASEAN countries, the Chinese and Malaysian governments authorized Xiamen University to build a campus in Malaysia-Xiamen University Malaysia (XMUM). As the first overseas campus set up by a renowned Chinese university and the first Chinese university branch campus in Malaysia, XMUM is acclaimed as a brilliant pearl on the 21st Century Marine Silk Road. Admitted its first intake of students in February 2016, XMUM now has a student enrolment of over 5,000 students from 28 countries and regions.

Nestled snugly between green hills and the blue sea, XMU is renowned as China’s most beautiful university for its excellent education facilities and beautiful environment.

Forever inspired by the motto “Pursue Excellence, Strive for Perfection”, XMU has been dedicated to producing high-caliber talents with integrity, thereby making great contributions to the prosperity of the country, the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation and the progress of mankind in general.

XMU is increasingly becoming an internationally acclaimed world-class university.

(The data Updated in December, 2020)

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Shandong University, under the direct jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education, is a key comprehensive university with a long history, a variety of disciplines, strong academic strength, and distinctive characteristics, which has great influence both at home and abroad. In 2017, SDU was chosen as one of the 36 Class A universities on the list of Double First Class University Plan released by the central government of China. 

Shandong University is one of the initiative universities of modern Chinese higher education. Its medical school, established in 1864, signified the beginning of modern Chinese higher education. Its main body, Shandong Imperial College (Shandong Da Xue Tang) established in 1901, was the second national university in China, only after the Imperial University of Peking. Moreover, it was the first university to be established and run in accordance with a chartered constitution.

Since its birth, Shandong University has gone through several stages of significant growth and change: starting as the Shandong Imperial College, it was then reborn as the National Qingdao University, the National Shandong University, Shandong University, and the Shandong University in its present form, which is the result of the merger of Shandong University, Shandong Medical University and Shandong Industrial University. For more than 100 years, Shandong University has been following the mission of “Reserve talents for the world, and seek prosperity for the nation” and the motto of “Noble in spirit, endless in knowledge.” For this aim, it has cultivated over 600,000 talented young people of various specialties, and has been making significant contributions for the country and the regional economic and social development.

Shandong University has been developing by leaps and bounds in recent years, and each of its undertakings has reached unprecedented levels. The educational quality and competitiveness of the university have been remarkably improved.

At present, 18 disciplines have reached the top 1% of ESI in terms of academic influence and contribution ability, and we have signed collaboration agreements with nearly 200 universities in more than 30 countries and regions.

Shandong University comprises 8 campuses (Jinan Central Campus, Hongjialou Campus, Baotuquan Campus, Qianfoshan Campus, Software Park Campus, Xinglongshan Campus, Qingdao Campus and Weihai Campus) in three different cities (Jinan, Qingdao and Weihai), covering an area of over 533 hectares (including 200 hectares of the Qingdao campus).

The university currently has 4 affiliated hospitals, 15 non-subordinate affiliated hospitals. Its full-time student population totals up to 70,000, of which 42,268 are full-time undergraduates, 26,818 are postgraduates and 1,560 are international students. It also has an excellent faculty team of 1,246 professors, including 897 doctoral supervisors.

And now there are 19 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences or the Academy of Engineering(double-hired academicians included), 40 Chair Professors of Cheung Kong Scholars Program, 5 winners of the Youth Project, 53 winners of the “National Outstanding Youth Foundation” award and 29 winners of the “Outstanding Youth Science Foundation” award. The university boasts 12 state scientific research platforms, four key social science research bases approved by the Ministry of Education, and a large number of provincial key laboratories and provincial engineering technology research centers.

Shandong University is a comprehensive university in China with full-fledged academic disciplines. There are at present 12 general disciplines for undergraduates and postgraduates, namely philosophy, economics, law, education, literature, history, science, engineering, agriculture, medicine, management, and fine arts. There are 44 first-level doctoral programs, 51 first-level master degree programs, 93 programs for undergraduates and 42 post-doctoral research programs, forming a complete system for cultivation of talent. 18 disciplines are ranked in the top 1% of ESI Global Ranking in terms of academic influence and contribution capacity. Moreover, inter-school partnership has been forged with more than 200 schools in over 30 countries and regions.

The growth of the university over the years has seen SDU rise to the forefront of many fields in China. In the 1930s and 1950s, when Shandong University was located in Qingdao, it was the home to many nationally famous scholars who paved the way for great success especially in the fields of literature and history.  Up to this day, Shandong University is well-known for its strong liberal arts programs, and published the highly reputable academic journal Literature, History & Philosophy. These two periods also laid a good foundation for the university in natural sciences, enabling it to find itself among the noted institutions in China. In August 2015, SDU successfully held the 22nd International Congress of Historical Sciences, reputed as the “Olympics of Historiography”. This is the first time that the Congress was introduced to Asian, African and Latin American countries since its establishment. Another record high was also made in terms of its numbers of participating registered countries, historians from developing countries and young scholars. Since the merger at the end of the last century, the university’s newly-developed disciplines of financial mathematics, crystal materials, condensed matter physics, colloid and surface chemistry, micro-biology, machinery, material science, cardiovascular functional recovery, new drug manufacturing, and classical Chinese philosophy have all risen to the first-class level within the country, and some are even known abroad.

Shandong University has already set a grand educational objective: initially becoming a world-class university with Chinese characteristics by its 120th anniversary, and all institutions are standing at a new historic starting point. Facing the unprecedented opportunity, all faculty members, students and medical staff, racing against time in a pioneering and enterprising manner, will focus on the fundamental task of moral education by advancing its comprehensive reform and improving the modern university system. With an already strong academic foundation and even more untapped potential, we are sure to achieve the goal of becoming one of the world’s highest ranking universities.

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Soochow University is located in the ancient city of Suzhou famous for its classical gardens and known as “Paradise on Earth”. As a “State 211 Project” institution of higher education and Jiangsu provincial key comprehensive University, Soochow University has passed through one hundred years of its educational course. Originally founded in 1900, it merged with southern Jiangsu College of Culture & Education and the Department of Mathematics & Physics of Jiang Nan University in 1952 and became Southern Jiangsu Teachers’ College.

Later the same year, it was renamed as Jiangsu Teachers” College, operating in the original campus. In 1982, approved by the State Council, it was re-established as Soochow University. Later, Suzhou college of Sericulture, Suzhou Institute of Silk Textile Technology and Suzhou Medical College merged in to the university in the year 1995, 1997 and 2000 successively. It has developed in to a first rate provincial comprehensive institution in China with a complete coverage of all branches of learning with a remarkably large enrolment and outstanding educational benefits.

Sochoow University now has 4 Mobile Post-Doctoral Centers, 30 Doctoral Programs, 1 Level- First Discipline Specialist Doctoral Program, 98 Master Programs, 5 Specialist Master Programs, 2 State Key Programs, 2 Key Programs and 1 program for Major Construction of the Commission of Science. Technology and Industry for National Defense, 1 “Key in Key” program of Jiangsu province, 17 Key Programs of Jiangsu province, 6 Key Laboratories of Jiangsu province, and 2 National Personnel Training Basis.

The University consists of 6 Campuses, covering an area of 135 Hectares with 9,40,000 sq. meters of building area. The total enrolment is more than 45,000 students, including more than 30,000 graduates/undergraduates and more than 16,600 adult students for formal education. Among more than 4150 faculty and staff members, there are three members of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and more than 1100 professors or associate professors.

In recent years, Soochow University has been active in expanding international exchange and cooperation with more than 80 colleges and universities in Japan, France, Korea, Singapore, Germany, America, Canada, Australia and New Zealand among others.
We sincerely welcome friends from home and abroad to Soochow University for study exchanges and visits.

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Xi’an Jiaotong University (XJTU) is a key university under the direct administration of the Ministry of Education of China and is one of the oldest universities in China.

In the late 19thcentury, the last feudal government of China failed in the Sino-Japanese War of 1894-1895, leading the whole nation into a great crisis. At that time, Sheng Xuanhuai, a famous industrialist and educator in modern China, established Nanyang College in 1896 at Shanghai, with the purpose of “promoting education for talents development so as to realize the nation’s rejuvenation”. In 1921, the college changed its name to Jiaotong University. By adhering to the university mission of “learning practical skills, developing industries”, the university stressed the pursuit of “culturing with the first-class code of conduct, pursuing for first-class learning, developing first-class enterprise, and cultivating the first-class talents”. Till 1920s to 1930s, it had developed to be a university with “science, engineering and management” as its distinctive disciplines and had been reputed as the “oriental MIT”. During the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression, a part of the university moved to the foreign Settlements in Shanghai and the other part moved to Chongqing in order to continue its education. To resist the aggression, many students quit their study and joined in the army. Before new China was founded in 1949, students and teachers had engaged in democratic revolution for establishing an independent nation, the university has been therefore honored as the “fortress of democracy”.

In 1956, the main part of Jiaotong University was relocated to Xi’an according to the decision of the State Council, and this relocated part of Jiaotong University was later officially renamed Xi’an Jiaotong University in 1959. In the same year, it was listed in one of the 16 key universities in China. In 2000, approved by the State Council, the former Xi’an Medical University and former Shaanxi Institute of Finance and Economics were merged with Xi’an Jiaotong University.  

XJTU, as one of the first batch of the universities in China, was supported by the central Government at the seventh and eighth five-year plan, as well as China’s “Project 211” and “Project 985” to develop into a world-class university.Now, Xi’an Jiaotong University is on the List of World-class Universities and First-class Disciplines (abbreviated as “Double First-class”) released in 2017 by the Ministry of Education of China, as a Double First-class university in Category A, which means that the government will support it financially to develop into a world-class university, and its eight disciplines into the first-class level in the world.    

Currently, XJTU is a comprehensive research university with 10 major categories of disciplines: science, engineering, medicine, economics, management, humanities, law, philosophy, education and art, and 26 schools (departments/centers), 9 university colleges for undergraduates and 20 affiliated teaching hospitals. The University has faculty and staff of 6,137 people including 3,081 full-time teachers, of whom 45 are members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and/or the Chinese Academy of Engineering, 6 Nationally Distinguished Teachers, 93 distinguished professors in the Yangtze River Scholars Program, 42 recipients of the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, 23 National Experts with Outstanding Contributions, 29 scholars who are enlisted in the National Hundred, Thousanda nd Ten Thousand Talents Program and the New Century National Hundred, Thousand, and Ten Thousand Talents Program, 29 scholars who won the support as Innovation Team leaders, 234 scholars who won the Support Program for New Century Excellent Talents administered by the Ministry of Education, and 493 experts who have made outstanding contributions to the nation and receive the State Council Special Allowance.

XJTU now has 40,346 full-time students, including 19,629 postgraduates. The university offers 87 undergraduate majors, and there are 31 first-level disciplines authorized to confer doctorate degrees, and there are 45 first-level disciplines authorized to confer master’s degrees, and 2 disciplines authorized to confer professional doctorate degrees, 20 disciplines authorized to confer professional master’sd egrees, and there are 25 post-doctoral research stations. There are 8 state-level key first-level disciplines, 5 national key laboratories, 7 National Engineering Technology Research Centers, 3 National Engineering Laboratories, 5 International Science & Technology Cooperation Base, 1 Collaborative Innovation Center (2011), and 115 key research facilities at the provincial and ministerial level. And there are Western China Energy Research Institute, Western China Institute of Quality Science and Technology.

According to the data released by the Essential Science Indicators (ESI) in May, 2019, 14 disciplines of XJTU are ranked top 1/100 among international academic institutions, 2 disciplines are ranked 1/1000 and the discipline of engineering is  ranked top 1/10000 on the ESI list.

During its more than 120-year history, Xi’an Jiaotong University has upheld the principles of developing education to make China strong, pioneering with painstaking efforts, advocating virtues and pragmatism, seeking meticulous scholarship, and pursuing excellence. It has developed such fine traditions as loving China and the University, seeking after the truth, working steadily and conscientiously, hard-working and plain-living, and has formed a school running characteristic of higher starting point, more solid foundation, stricter requirements, and more emphasis inpractice. XJTU’s outstanding alumni include Zhang Yuanji, Cai Yuanpei, Cai E, Huang Yanpei, Zou Taofen, Lu Dingyi, Qian Xuesen, Zhang Guangdou, Wu Wenjun, Jiang Zemin, Hou Zonglian, etc.

Since being relocated to Xi’an, the University has turned out 39 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and/or the Chinese Academy of Engineering, including Lin Zonghu, Cai Ruixian, Cao Chunxiao, Jiang Xinsong, Li Helin, Ye Shangfu, Li Peicheng, Yao Mu, Chen Guoliang, Lei Qingquan, Xiong Youlun, Tu Mingjing, Li Bohu, Su Junhong, Sun Jiulin, Chen Guilin, Cheng Shijie, Sun Caixin, Han Qide, Tan Tieniu, Cong Bin, Hao Yue, Chen Zhengqing, Jiang Song, Fang Jiancheng, Wang Huaming, Tang Guangfu, Guo Wanlin, etc., and overseas academicians such as the  member of the National Academy of Engineering of the United States and the Canadian Academy of Engineering, including Gao Huajian, Suo Zhigang, Jiang Jing, Liu Yilu, Liang Ping and Chen Zhangxing, etc.

XJTU has graduated 270,000 students since 1956 with a good reputation in the past 63 years, and there are a number of famous XJTU alumni who have provided great intellectual support for the development of Western China. These alumni include Chen Huibo, Wen Xisen, Ma Dexiu, Lei Jufang, Cui Dianguo, Sun Laiyan, Zhang Guobao, Jia Quanxi, Wang Jue, Lian Weiliang, Wen Shugang, Wang Jianping, Jiang Xiaojuan, Pu Zhongjie, Yu Jie, Zhang Yue’e, Gui Shengyue, Lu Lei, Zhang Yalin, Zhao Huan, Qiu Jianping, Li Renchao, Zhou Hongyi, Chen Xi, Liu Guangbin, Zheng Haitao, Lu Yiming, Fan Deng, Liu Liehong, Wang Dongfeng, Liu Qi, Guo Wenjun, Jing Haipeng, Chen Dong, etc.

XJTU has fully implemented the ideas of “cultivation in conduct, impartation of knowledge, training inabilities, innovation in thinking” in the cultivation of talents, and established the system of “general education plus professional education with wide-ranged knowledge” and “Undergraduate – Postgraduate -Doctoral Students” through-type talent cultivation mode.

In 2006, XJTU took the lead among Chinese universities to create a system of university colleges modeled on the traditional Chinese academy of learning. This twin-college system is aimed at giving our students the best possible chance for success. In 2017, XJTU set upthe Undergraduate School to carry out the three-level administrative mode of “University – School – Department”, and set up a management system for undergraduate talents training of “collaboration, connection, coordination between teaching and educating.” Based on the Qian Xuesen School, XJTU applies Qian Xuesen’s spirit and wisdom to teaching practice to explore new mechanism for cultivating innovative talents, and has established top talent training trial classes including the “Exceptionally Gifted Juveniles Class”, “Qian Xuesen Pilot Class”, “Zonglian Pilot Class”, “Pilot Classes for Talents of Basic Subject” and “AI Pilot  Class”, etc. XJTU has received endorsement from students and parents for its unique educational model, its favorable study environment, excellent teachers and substantial teaching resources, and its positive satisfactory teaching results.

So far, XJTU has won 78 national-level awards for excellence in teaching, upgraded 35 courses to be the National-level Quality Courses, 23 to be the National-level Quality-Resources-Sharing Courses, 11 National-level Video Open Courses, 31 National-level Experimental Teaching Demonstration Centers, and 9 National-level Teaching Teams. To date, 27 XJTU student dissertations have won an award as “China’s 100 best doctoral dissertations”; another 46 have been nominated for that award.        

Research in science and technology at XJTU is directed primarily at satisfying the country’s most important needs, forging into international frontiers, enhancing the technological competitiveness of China. Since Westward Relocation, XJTU has been dedicated in taking the lead in scientific research and has achieved several “firsts” in certain fields at home and abroad, including the establishment of the first Institute of Engineering Thermophysics of China, the first university establishing majors of Steam Turbine, Automobile Manufacture, Refrigeration and Cryogenic Technology and Displacement Compressor, the invention of the first large All Purpose Electronic Computerand the first digital processor chip of China, and the institutional affiliation of researchers who first proposed the twin-shear unified strength theory with the  proprietary intellectual property rights  in the world, etc.         

Since its Relocation, XJTU has made more than 29,000 research achievements, of which 237 won the National Natural Science Award, the National Technological Innovation Award and the National Prize for Progress in Science and Technology, bringing about over one hundred billion benefits to the society. XJTU relies on its strength in key disciplines and on its unique educational model, with its emphasis in the integration of production, study and research. In addition, in cooperation with the government and with large and mid-sized enterprises, it has established research and development parks whose aim is to help solve the key technological problems facing industries and to strengthen the contributions of science and technology to the regional economy and of local social development.         

Since 2000, researchers from XJTU have led 21 research projects supported by “Program 973”, and 5,343 research projects supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China. Its total number of basic research projects and grants obtained rank XJTU among top Chinese universities. Researchers from XJTU have undertaken 30 major projects supported by the National Social Science Foundation, and have won 25 Excellent Research Achievement Awards (Humanities and Social Sciences) of the Ministry of Education. A total of 11 high-end think tanks have been established collaborated with the National Development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of Commerce, and a large number of research results have been adopted.         

XJTU advocates “patriotism, collectivism, heroism and optimism”, the mission culture that aims to give service to the country, the culture that pursues excellence, the culture that pioneers in innovation and blaze new trails, the culture that teams and collaborates with each other. XJTU owns a National-level Base for Cultural Education and boasts 230 student organizations. It sponsors a rich and varied set of activities in science and technology, literature and the arts, and sports. “Talking Freely about the World”, “Siyuan Lectures”, “Learning Forum” and “I Harbour Lectures” have become well-known events from which students and staff can expand their field of horizon. In recent years, XJTU students have won awards in a wide range of competitions, including SAE Aero Design Competition, VEX Robotics Competition, International Mathematical Contest in Modeling, the World Mandarin Debating Championship, International English Speech Contest, the World Architecture Design Competition for University Students, Asian Area Selection Match for ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest, China College Students’ “Internet plus” Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition, “Challenge Cup” National University Student Extracurricular Academic Science and Technology Work Competition, “Create in the Youth Years” China College Students’ Entrepreneurship Competition, Contemporary Undergraduate Mathematical Contest in Modeling, National College Mechanical Innovation Competition, China University Robot Competition (Robocon), China Undergraduate Physics Tournament, National Aviation and Space Model (research- type) Tournament, National University Student Social Practice and Science Contest on Energy Saving & Emission Reduction, etc.       

Xi’an Jiaotong University has established extensive internationalities. Since 2000, 25 winners of the Nobel Prize and the Fields Prize and over 2,000 foreign professors have visited XJTU and gave lectures. XJTU also exchanged or established cooperation relations with over 20,000 scholars, CEOs, and high-level government officials from around the world or developed other kinds of collaborative projects. More than 28,000 XJTU teachers and students have been abroad to visit, study, do research, or participate in degree programs, and over 2,000 faculty members, and researchers have traveled abroad for conferences. XJTU has had relations and exchanges with 300 universities and research institutions in 44 countries and regions, including the United States, Japan, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, New Zealand and Korea.  

In 2018, there are 2,800 foreign students from over 136 countries studying at XJTU.      

Xi’an Jiaotong University has four campuses: the Xingqing campus, the Yanta campus, the Qujiang campus and the Western China Science & Technology Innovation Harbor (IHarbour), covering a total area of about 5.33 million square meters and a total construction area of 4.2 million square meters. The “Qian Xuesen Library,” named after alumnus Qian Xuesen, which is authorized by CPC Publicity Department, is located on the Xingqing campus, covering nearly 40 thousand square meters and has 3,518 reading seats. The library collections include 5.63 million books and over 10,000 newspapers and periodicals, of which over 1,500 types are current periodicals. The library has also been improving its digital collections, and has introduced 118 electronic resources at home and abroad and the total number of electronic resources amounts to 320. Its holdings now include 110,000 electronic periodicals and 1.6 million e-books in Chinese and foreign languages           

The Western China Science &Technology Innovation Harbor, aiming to “contribute to national missions, establish a world science and education highland, serve to the development of Shaanxi Province, innovate drive platform and provide demonstration of being a wisdom uni-town”, has established 8 major research platforms, 25 institutes and more than 100 scientific research bases to serve the major scientific research in China including interdisciplinary research, military and civilian integration research, and other types of research. The IHarbor will better serve the cultivation of students’ creativity, the commercialization and incubation of scientific and technological achievements and the development of economy and society. Here we can actively explore new models, new forms and new experiences of the integration of modern universities and social development in twenty-first Century.

The Silk Road University Alliance, initiated by XJTU, has contributed to the common development of human civilization and the opening and cooperation of higher education. It has attracted more than 151 universities from 38 countries and regions, and has made efforts to create a group of high-end think tanks, such as Collaborative Innovation Center of Pilot Reform Exploration and Assessment, Collaborative Innovation Research Center of the Silk Road Economic Belt, and so on, aiming at serving the social development and national rejuvenation, implementing the strategy of enhancing international competitiveness and promoting regional internationalization with educational internationalization.

On December 11, 2017, President Xi Jinping made important remarks about the letter to him from the 15 professors of Xi’an Jiaotong University who had moved to Xi’an from eastern China decades ago, and paid high tribute to the people who responded to the call of the central government and devoted themselves to the construction of the Northwestern China. He hoped that the teachers and students of XJTU would inherit the “Western Relocation Spirit” and contribute wisdom and energies to the development of Western China and the construction of the country.

In the new era, Xi’an Jiaotong University studies deeply and implements Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era, focuses on the fundamental task of education, namely “upholding high moral values in student cultivation”, insists on the orientation of “taking root in western China, giving service to the country, and striving to be the world-class,” pushing forward the comprehensive reform, “double first-class” construction, and concrete development with firm confidence, heroic spirit and great efforts, and strive to write a new chapter of the university development in the new era.  

Motto: Study assiduously, resolve to succeed, act decisively, and manage affairs with magnanimity.

Orientation: Taking root in western China, giving service to the country, and striving to be world-class.

Western Relocation Spirit: Keep in mind the overall situation, work selflessly for our country, carry forward traditional culture, pioneer with painstaking efforts.

Mission: Xi’an Jiaotong University is committed to cultivating outstanding students who advocate pursue science, make practical innovations, work hard and steadily, and have noble-minded virtues and a strong sense of social responsibility, and to preserving, generating, and disseminating knowledge so as to contribute to science and technology advances, social development, and human civilization in China and the world at large.

 Vision: XJTU works hard to take the lead in student education, scientific research, and social service to achieve preeminence. By the middle of 21st century, we aim to make XJTU a world-class university, where prestigious teachers gather, talented students are charmed to attend, talents graduated from it in large numbers, the international influence is considerable.

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Zhejiang University: Introduction to Zhejiang University Located in the historical and picturesque city of Hangzhou, Zhejiang University is a prestigious institution of higher education with a long history. Qiushi Academy, the predecessor of Zhejiang University, was founded in 1897 and was one of the earliest modern academies of higher learning established in China. In 1928, the academy was named National Zhejiang University. During the war time in 1940s, Zhejiang University moved to Zunyi, Meitan and other places in succession and stayed in West China for seven years. In 1946, Zhejiang University returned to Hangzhou. In 1952, due to a nationwide restructuring of universities, Zhejiang University underwent a reshuffling of disciplines. Some departments merged into other universities and Chinese Academy of Sciences. The remaining departments were divided and developed to become 4 specialized higher education institutions, namely former Zhejiang University, Hangzhou University, Zhejiang Agricultural University and Zhejiang Medical University. In 1998, the four universities sharing the same ancestor merged to form the new Zhejiang University and set a new goal ” to develop into a world-class university. In its 116-year history, Zhejiang University has always been committed to cultivating talent with excellence, advancing science and technology, serving for social development, and promoting culture, with the spirit best manifested in the university motto “Seeking the Truth and Pioneering New Trails”.

Zhejiang University is a comprehensive research university with distinctive features and a national as well as international impact. Research at Zhejiang University spans 12 academic disciplines, covering philosophy, economics, law, education, literature, history, art, science, engineering, agriculture, medicine, management and etc. With 7 faculties and 37 colleges/schools, Zhejiang University has 14 primary and 21secondary national leading academic disciplines.

Now, Zhejiang University has long been holding the educational philosophy of putting people foremost, cultivating all-round competence in students, seeking the truth and pioneering new trails in search of excellence, and is committed to developing future leaders with an international perspective. Zhejiang University has turned out a large number of outstanding talents in its history. There are more than 160 alumni elected members of Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Engineering. With educational thoughts advancing with the times, Zhejiang University paces the whole nation in educational reforms. Rich campus culture, advanced teaching facilities and a wide range of international exchanges create favorable conditions for students” development.

Zhejiang University focuses on assiduous study and research, and science and technological innovation. It has launched a number of international high-end academic platforms and gathered masters, scholars and high-level research teams in various disciplines. In recent years, Zhejiang University maintains a leading position in China in output indicators including publications, patents and etc., and has made abundant important achievements in science, technology, humanities and social sciences. Zhejiang University always takes initiative in catering for national and regional needs, and exerts itself to become an influential high-level source of innovation and a pool of talents. In 2013, research fund at Zhejiang University amounted to 3.009 billion Yuan. 116 projects under research have each secured a grant of more than 10 million.

Southeast University As of Dec., 2013, there are a total of more than 45,678 full-time students enrolled at Zhejiang University, including approximately 13,799 graduate students, 8,577 Ph.D candidates, and 23,302 undergraduates. In addition, there are about 5,268 international students currently attending Zhejiang University. Among its approximate 3,350 standing faculty members, more than 1,336 faculty members have title of professor. Other important facts and figures are as follows: 13 members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 14members of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, 61 experts in State “1000-elite Programs”, 36 chief scientists of national 973 projects, 94 Chair Professors in Chang Jiang Scholars Program, and 99 scholars awarded with National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars. With five campuses, namely Zijingang, Yuquan, Xixi, Huajiachi and Zhijiang campus, Zhejiang University encompasses an area of4,503,741 square meters with school buildings covering 2,072,303 square meters of floor space. The university library holds a collection of more than 6.58 million volumes. In addition, Zhejiang University has 7high-level affiliated hospitals.

As a national university standing by River Qiantang, Zhejiang University is striving to build itself into an innovative comprehensive research university with a world-class status. Zhejiang University will be adhering to the spirit of seeking the truth and pioneering new trails, dedicating itself to creating and disseminating knowledge, inheriting and advancing civilization, serving and leading the society, and promoting national prosperity, social development and human progress.

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The Huazhong University of Science and Technology In addition, HUST has been awarded more than 10 national prizes for education reform, with 37 courses honored as the National Quality Courses and 126 excellent course books listed in the National 11th “Five-Year Key Course books”. HUST built various national advanced talents training bases, including the “National Exemplary Software Faculty”, the “National Base of Life Science and Technological Talents”, the “National Base of IC Talents”, the “National Education Base of Basic Science Course”, “National Experimental Exemplary Base of Electronic Electrician Education”, etc. The Tongji Medical College achieved excellence in the national education evaluation on seven-year medicine program and succeeded in the application for the eight-year medicine program. And HUST students won prizes in various competitions of their own disciplines, such as the “Sony Cup” in the National Electronic Design Competition of University Students in 2003 and 12 first prizes in 2005 outnumbering other universities, the golden prize in the fourth “Challenge Cup” of College Students Entrepreneurship Contest in 2005, various prizes in the National Mechanical Creation Design Competition in 2006, surpassing other universities in the nation.

As a university taking the lead in promoting quality education, HUST established the national base of quality education and the system of quality education with a distinctive character, and has been sponsored over 1,200 lectures to expand students” knowledge of liberal arts and humanities, which is renowned both home and abroad.

HUST also holds science festivals, cultural festivals and various campus culture activities in order to build up a distinctive atmosphere of humanity, culture and education.

In recent years, with growing social impact, HUST has enrolled more high quality students. HUST graduates have been enjoying popularity among employers in the job market, and the employment rate has reached above 95%.

The Huazhong University of Science and Technology During the construction of “211 Project” and “985 Project”, HUST has broken traditional discipline boundaries, integrated multi-disciplinary resources, played an active role in developing the national innovation system, built the high level and cross-disciplinary scientific innovation platform, and the innovation base of philosophy and social science. Meanwhile, all the 11 innovation platforms are under full development, including Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics, the base of digital manufacturing of equipment and technology, the base of gravitation research, the base of transplantation medicine, the base of environment and health, the base of national defense science and technology, as well as the philosophy and social science base featured with “scientific development and humanism”.

In accordance with the policy strengthening a coordinated development of both basic research and applied research, HUST founded a three-level vertical system of scientific and technological innovation, including a basic research level with national & provincial laboratories as its core, a hi-tech research level with the national engineering research center as its leader, and a technological development level with the national technology transfer center and the joint laboratory as its pillar.

Nowadays, the Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics, supported by HUST, is now under full construction. Meanwhile, the pulsed high magnetic field facility, which is a major science and technology infrastructure project, has been approved. Besides, the University has four national key laboratories, two national specialized laboratories, one key national defense laboratory, one national engineering laboratory, thirty-seven provincial key laboratories, three key laboratories of the Ministry of Education (Level B), six national engineering(technology) research centers, eight provincial(technology) research centers, three cooperative research centers of the Ministry of Education and four provincial humanities and social science research bases.

In recent years, the university receives increasing research funds, and its number of publications accepted in SCI, EI, ISTP was among the top ten universities in China.

Sticking to the principle of “Securing Support through Service, Pursuing Development by Contribution”, HUST actively promotes commercialization of technological achievements, expands the coverage of education and in return enjoys satisfactory social and economic benefits.

By establishing cooperative ties with other provinces including Hunan, Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan, and Guizhou, HUST has strengthened its collaboration with the local government and large corporations. And HUST has been making contribution to the regional economic development through the establishment of research institutes and industrialization base and the promotion of scientific cooperation. Now it has become one of the seven national technology transfer centers.

Focusing on combining learning and research with manufacturing and considering technology innovation and promotion as its task, HUST has established a group of advanced science and technology enterprises with “HUAGONG TECH CO., LTD” as a gleaming example. The University Science Park becomes the national “863” industrialization base, and the University science and technology enterprise incubator is honored as the “National Hi-Tech Innovation Service Center”. The “four step jump” pattern for science and technology incubation and industrialization has won acclaim from other universities across the country. National leaders, such as Hu Jintao, Li Changchun, spoke highly of the university”s achievements in hi-tech industry during their visit to HUST.

The Affiliated Union Hospital and Tongji Hospital are large modern comprehensive hospitals integrating the function of medical service, education, scientific research and training. As the medical centers of Hubei Province and even South Central China, the hospitals boast a large number of sophisticated medical equipments, like advanced level superconductive magnetic resonance devices, X knife device. They also maintain leading positions in organ transplantation, cardiovascular surgery, hematologists, ENT, orthopedics, urology and other fields within the country. The affiliated Liyuan Hospital specializes in presbyatrics and is the research center of Geriatric Conditions of Hubei Province.

Although the HUST did make a great progress in the past, it will keep on stepping forward with full vigor and vitality, aiming to gain its name as a world top-ranking university and create a brilliant future.

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Dalian Medical University (DMU) was founded in 1947, originally known as Guandong Medical College. In 1949, it joined with Dalian University and the name was changed into the Medical College of Dalian University. In 1950, the organizational system of Dalian University was cancelled and since then Dalian Medial College had become an independent college. In 1969, the college moved to Zunyi, a city of Guizhou Province, to establish the Zunyi Medical College. And in 1978, the college moved back to its original location in Dalian, still with the name of Dalian Medical College. In 1994, approved by the State Education Commission (SEC), DMU adopted its present name. Nowadays, the university has fledged into a multi-disciplinary medical university which also offers programs in other fields like arts, science, management, and law.
DMU occupies an area of 1,139,700 square meters, with the floorage amounting to 382,900 square meters. The total fixed assets is 224 million RMB, and all the teaching and research equipment and facilities are worth about 82.56 million RMB. The university now has 25 management organizations, 14 second-level schools, 4 directly affiliated organizations, 5 affiliated hospitals, 3 of which are indirectly under the university, and 38 clinical teaching bases.

By August 31, 2007, the total enrollment of undergraduates of the university has reached more than 4,400 and over 1,400 are candidates for Ph.D. Degree and M.S. Degree. About 700 are in higher vocational school, as well as nearly 300 are international students.

Currently, there are over 4,400 faculty and staff, doctors and nurses in the university, among whom more than 500 are professors and about 510 are associate professors, including over 500 Ph.D. and M.S. supervisors.
At present, there are 1 national key discipline, 1 provincial key discipline on the first-level, 15 on the second-level, 3 post-doctoral mobile station, 1 first-level discipline doctor program, 12 second-level discipline doctor programs, 5 first-level discipline master program and 50 second-level discipline master programs. Meanwhile, there is 1 ministerial research institution, and 1 ministerial lab, 5 provincial key labs, and 6 key labs for provincial universities. In addition, DMU possesses 12 bachelor-degree programs.

With the extensive development of exchange and collaboration programs with other universities and institutions at home and abroad, DMU has established collaborative relationships with 75 universities and 38 research institutions in 27 countries and regions, including The State University of New York (America), Curtin University of Technology (Australia), State Medical University of Volga Dnepr (Ukraine) etc.


Dalian Medical University offers a chiefly 5-year training program for medical students and a 3-year program for graduate students. The continuing education of Dlmedu has been developing very successfully. After over 50 years’ endeavor, a series of well-structured disciplines with distinctive features has been established. There are 12 undergraduate specialties each with its own training objectives. The teaching and learning environment is nice. There are 12 colleges, 4 teaching departments, 3 divisions and 33 off-campus teaching bases , offering 58 major courses. Dlmedu aims at training qualified medical doctors and scientists and technicians of the 21st century.

Colleges of Basic Medical Sciences (CBMS)

Founded in 1952 with the old name of “Basic Division” till 1996, got the present name thereafter. CBMS is comprised of 12 departments of basic medical sciences (they are departments of: Medical Biology, Human Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Physiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Parasitology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Pathophysiology, Microecology, and Hygiene) and the Department of Foreign Languages, and a Center of Instrumental Analysis. One characteristic feature of Dlmedu is her integrated laboratory of physiology, pharmacology, and pathophysiology, and it is included in CBMS. In CBMS there are 215 faculty and staff members, including 30 professors, 48 associate professors and 45 lecturers. CBMS has been authorized to offer PhD degrees in biochemistry, physiology, and pathophysiology with 10 tutors of PhD candidates, MS degrees in human anatomy, histology and embryology, physiology, biochemistry and molecular biology, microbiology, parasitology, pathology, pharmacology, pathophysiology, and hygiene with 31 tutors of MS candidates. CBMS has 21 research branches working on different disciplines which all belong to the Research Institute of Basic Medical Sciences (see below). In recent years over 100 research fundings were obtained by fierce competition from State (National Natural Science Foundation of China), provincial, and municipal sources. In recent years, 82 research papers were published abroad in international journals, and 1238 research papers in domestic journals, a total of 78 scientific research and 9 teaching accomplishments were awarded different prizes by the state, provincial and municipal authorities.

College of Stomatology

Founded in 1985, with a staff of 80 members including 19 full and associate professors. Sixty four freshmen are recruited each year. Five department are included in this school, they are: basic stomatology, surgical stomatology, internal stomatology, repair stomatology, and orthopedic stomatology. It is equipped with many sophisticated surgical instruments. In recent years, 18 research projects have been funded from state, provincial and municipal sources.

College of Cosmetology

Founded in 1987, and was the first college offering program for vocational training. Entitled to offer a 3 year training program in 1993, and a 5 year program in 2000. Teaching is divided into basic and clinical departments. Basic teaching is accomplished by the department of basic cosmetological medicine and two basic laboratories (ie, hair-beauty and make up, and skin caring). The courses opened include Cosmeto-psychology, Hair-beauty and Making-up, Fashion Aesthetics, and Art. Clinical training is accomplished by Department of General Clinical Cosmetology, and by Departments of Medical cosmetology (including Dept. of Surgical Cosmetology, Dept. of Pharmaceutical Cosmetology, Dept. of Physical Cosmetology, Dept. of Jing-luo Cosmetology, and Dept. of Exercising Cosmetology). The faculty of this school are well qualified and some of them are visiting professors from Japan, Taiwan, and Hongkong. The present enrollment is 484 students, and nearly 300 students have already graduated.

College of Health Administration

Founded in 1985, and now has 21 full and associate professors. Five hundreds of students have graduated since 1985, and a total of more than 2000 health administrators from other provinces have been trained by this school. Now it is entitled to offer master’s degrees in 2 specialties. From 1998 on, the school has started to cooperate with Dalian College of Foreign Language to train students. In the same year, the school signed an agreement with New York State University at Buffalo to establish the Institute of Health Economy and the Institute of Behavioral Medicine. It has two specialties including Health Management, and Medicine Marketing. The courses opened include health management, health economics, epidemiology, health statistics and maths, medical ethics and psychology, and marketing of pharmaceutics. The enrollment is 200 in 1999.

Dept. of Laboratory Diagnostic Medicine

Founded in 1987, now has 40 dept members including 10 professors, 11 associate professors. Sixty four freshmen are recruited each year. It is entitled to issue MS degrees in biochemistry, immunology, hematology and medical diagnosis. There are 8 divisions, they are: medical physics, medical chemistry, clinical biochemistry, clinical microbiology, clinical hematology, clinical immunology, first and second departments of clinical laboratory diagnosis. It has one continuing training center, and 6 practice bases for undergraduates. The main research areas cover the molecular biology of tumors, and the innovation of diagnostic techniques.

Dept. Of Clinical Pharmacy

Set up in 1993 with a teaching staff of 27 members of whom 8 are full professors and associate professors. It is divided into 3 teaching sections: pharmacy, pharmaceutics and clinical pharmacology. It enrolls 32 to 64 students yearly. The main disciplines are clinical medicine and pharmacology. And the main courses are pharmaceuticalchemistry, druganalysis clinical pharmacology and pharmacokinetics.

Dept.of Photography

Set up by Dlmedu and Japanese-China Friendship Association in 1993.The main courses are art photography, advertisement photography and portrait photography. Visiting experts from home and abroad are often invited to give lectures here. It enrolls 32 students yearly from all parts of China.

Dept.of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Set up in 1993 with a teaching staff of 54members, of whom 12 are full professors and associate professors.It is divided into 2 teaching sections and a reproduction research group and a genetic laboratory.The main courses opened are obstetrics, gynecology, reproduction endocrinology, perinatal medicine, eugenetics, female health care, family planning. It enrolls 32 students yearly.

Division of Social Humanities

Set up in 1986 with 14 teaching members among them 7 are full professors and associate professors. It is divided into 7 teaching sections. The Dept. offers 23 main courses for students of all levels. They are philosophy, economics , law, music, art and Chinese etc.

P.E Division

It has a teaching staff of 17 members 8 of them are professors and associate professors.The main courses offered are track and field,balls,gymnastics,swimming and skating.

Affiliated College of Dlmedu

Set up in 1999 and the first enrollment began the same year. It is located in a beautiful beach, with the construction of 19,000 square meters and equipped with 2 A.V classrooms.The total number of thefirst enrollment is 486 majoring in three specialties. The period of schooling is 5 years.

Division of Graduate Education

The enrollment of graduates began from mid-1950’s. There are 716 graduates(34 doctors and 682 masters)in total who achieved doctor or master degrees.We have 4 departments entitiled to give doctorate and 29 departments entitiled to give mastership.13 professors are qualified to supervise Ph.D. candidates and 151 professors are qualified to supervise master degree candidates .32 doctor degree students and 580 master degree students are studying in our university.

Adult Education College

Set up in 1993. There are 8 specialties such as clinical medicine, phamacy, Cos- metology etc. For all sorts of students in the medical field, the total number of students is up to 5000 this year.

Nurse School of Dlmedu

Set up in 1946 with its own administration organization and its own teaching staff and teaching buildings. It has 8 specialties. The period of schooling is 3 years

Both of the two direct affiliated hospitals have been authorized to be the first-rank hospital. As the biggest comprehensive teaching hospital and emergency center in the south of Liaoning Province, the First Affiliated Hospital has won the honor of “National Top 100”. With the development of medical services, in 2003, the Second Affiliated Hospital successfully annexed China Petrochemical Industry Hospital Dalian Branch. Now, these two affiliated hospitals have gone into the leadership in China in the fields of multi-slice spiral CT (MSCT) coronary angiography, catheter ablation treatment for atrial fibrillation, integrated traditional Chinese and western medicine in acute abdominal diseases, etc. Moreover, interventional thrombolysis treatment for cerebrovascular diseases and the transplant operation have also achieved domestic advanced level.

The new campus of DMU is located in the middle of the south of Lvshun Binhai Road. With 45 independent buildings, the South Campus is the main area for teaching, living and sports. The North Campus is the second programming project.

Carrying forward the history and initiating a new epoch, DMU is sparing no efforts to establish itself as an advanced, multi-disciplinary, multi-level and comprehensive teaching and researching medical university.

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Fujian Medical University (FJMU) was founded in 1937. With the mission of creating and nurturing a diverse community of elites who are “diligent, prudent, truth-seeking and innovative”, for over 70 years, it has developed an integral education system offering bachelor’s, master’s and doctor’s degree programs. In 2003, FJMU was approved by Fujian Provincial People’s Government as one of the key universities for priority development. Now, it consists of Shangjie campus and Taijiang campus covering an area of approximately 87 hectares with a floor space of 400,000 square meters.

FJMU currently provides 25 bachelor programs, including Clinical Medicine (7-Year Program and 5-Year Program), Stomatology, Preventive Medicine, Medical Laboratory Tests and Analysis, Anesthesiology, Medical Imaging, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Utilities Management, Social Work, etc.

At present, in Basic Medical Sciences, Clinical Medicine, Clinical Stomatology and Pharmacology, FJMU confers doctoral degrees, as well as master’s degrees which also cover Biology, Stomatology, Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Pharmacy, and Social Medicine and Health Care Management.

The University has a full-time enrollment of 12,000 undergraduates, and over 2,200 postgraduate and doctoral students. It has been approved to offer undergraduate programs to students from mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan, and foreign countries. In addition, it has established a multi-disciplinary and multi-level continuing medical education system.

Now, FJMU’s 477 professors and chief physicians, along with 682 associate professors and associate chief physicians, make part of its faculty members and medical personnel totalling up to 5,638, in which there are 528 master’s and doctor’s supervisors.

Our network of 13 affiliated hospitals (including schools of clinical medicine) and 29 teaching hospitals, affords desirable clinical teaching programs and training opportunities for medical students.

In FJMU, there are 2 research stations that offer postdoctoral fellowships (for Clinical Medicine and Basic Medical Sciences), 1 key laboratory of the Ministry of Education, 7 key laboratories & research centers jointly supported by the Ministry of Education and Fujian Province, 12 provincial key disciplines, 5 key laboratories of Fujian, and 19 provincial scientific research institutes. The University publishes several academic periodicals, entitled Journal of Fujian Medical University (Medical Science Edition), Journal of Fujian Medical University (Social Science Edition), Chinese Journal of Hypertension, and Chinese Journal of Cardiovascular Rehabilitation.

Today, as a medical center in the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone, the University is fully committed to her mission to cultivate medical minds, conduct scientific research and development, explore disease diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, and to provide health care and social service.

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Co-sponsored by People’s Government of Anhui Province and the Ministry of Education of PRC, Anhui University is a member university of “Project 211”(a national key universities construction project) and a key comprehensive university affiliated to Anhui Province. As a pioneer of modern higher education of Anhui, AHU was established in Anqing City (the capital of Anhui Province at that time) in 1928.

At present, AHU has four campuses and one university science and technology park, covering an area of over 215 hectares and boasting 1.25 million square meters of floor space. The university libraries have a collection of over 3.50 million books. AHU enjoys a teaching and administrative staff of more than 2600. By the end of 2016, there were 1,687 full-time teachers. Among them, there are more than 900 professors and associate professors, 1 winner of The National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, 1 distinguished professor of the  “Changjiang Scholars Program” of MOE, 2 experts recruited through the “Thousand Talents Plan”, 1 winner of the National Award for Distinguished Teachers, 24 winners of the Provincial Award for Distinguished Teachers, 3 experts recruited through the “100-, 1000- and 10000-talent Plan”, 12 experts recruited through the “New Century Talent Supporting Project” of MOE, 13 distinguished professors of the “Wanjiang Scholars Program” of Anhui Province, 5 experts recruited through “Hundred Talents Plan” of Anhui Province, 5 experts recruited through “The Recruitment Program of Global Experts” and 139 experts awarded special subsidy by the State Council and People’s Government of Anhui Province. By the end of 2016, there were 416 PhD candidates, 5757 master candidates, 21323 undergraduates and 545 international students.

Anhui University has a comprehensive range of disciplines covering 10 categories: humanities, science, engineering, economy, management, law, history, philosophy, education and art. It consists of 26 schools and departments. There are 13 post-doctoral research stations, 12 first-level doctoral programs, 2 second-level doctoral programs, 31 first-level master degree programs, 2 second-level master degree programs, 95 programs for undergraduates. It also has 2 national key disciplines, 25 provincial key disciplines There is a national and local joint engineering laboratory, 1 MOE key base for research in humanities and social sciences, 2 MOE key laboratories, 1 MOE engineering research center, 1 modern experimental technology Center, 6 provincial key bases for research in humanities and social sciences, 10 provincial key laboratories, 8 provincial engineering technology research centers, 3 provincial public service platforms of science and technology innovation, 2 national off-campus practice education bases for college students, 4 national experimental teaching demonstration centers and 9 provincial experimental teaching demonstration centers.

In recent years, AHU has signed cooperation agreements with 16 cities in Anhui Province and established cooperative relations in production, education and research with over 600 corporations. It has established contacts and cooperative relationships with 124 renowned colleges and universities as well as research institutes from foreign countries and regions, including the US, the UK, Germany and Japan. It has established 3 Confucius Institutes in collaboration with 3 universities in Chile, Ukraine and Azerbaijan.

With a long history, a profound cultural connotation, a variety of disciplines, strong academic strength, distinctive research characteristics, a thick innovative atmosphere, beautiful campus environment and first-class teaching conditions, AHU has become a key base for cultivating high-level talents for Anhui Province, having great influence both at home and abroad.

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Qingdao University, situated in the historical and cultural city of Qingdao, is imbued with a profound traditional culture and the spirit of the present. It nestles below Fushan Mountain and faces the Yellow Sea.

Its predecessor is Qingdao Specialized Institute of Higher Learning founded in 1909. The institute, unique in medical education, underwent various stages as Qingdao Medical School, Qingdao Medical University, and Qingdao Medical Specialized School.

Another historical source of Qingdao University is Private Qingdao University, established in 1924 and then named as National Qingdao University and National Shandong University. In 1946, National Shandong University merged with Qingdao Medical Specialized School, resulting in the establishment of the Medical School, which was later separated from Shandong University in 1956 and became Qingdao Medical School. Shandong University moved to Ji’nan in 1958, and Qingdao University started its reconstruction in 1985.

Qingdao Textile Technical School, established in 1950, was renamed Shandong Textile Engineering Institute in 1978, after two periods as Qingdao Textile Vocational School and then Shandong Textile Industry School.

Qingdao Teachers Training College, founded in 1951, underwent different phases as Qingdao Work-study Teachers College and Qingdao Normal College, and was renamed Qingdao Teachers College in 1981.

In 1993, Qingdao University, Qingdao Medical College, Shandong Textile Engineering College, and Qingdao Teachers College merged into the new Qingdao University, which then stepped into a new stage of development at a fresh starting point while inheriting fine traditions.

Distinctive disciplines originating from different periods are integrated into today’s Qingdao University, which, like a mighty river joined by meandering tributaries, surges forward with high hopes of the nation and for the future.

Qingdao University implements the strategy of “building up the university on the basis of talent cultivation, and invigorating it through learning and with talents”, with the obligation to “impart profound academic knowledge and cultivate talents with great leaning to meet the needs of our nation”. We advocate academic inclusion, learn from diverse cultures, inherit human civilizations, pursue the truth of humanity and nature, and shoulder the social responsibility to cultivate high-quality talents, who take the lead in social development and cultural advancement.

After years of construction, Qingdao University has evolved into a large-scale comprehensive university with multiple disciplines of natural science and humanistic and social science. It has won acclaim from the society for its high-quality education and high academic level. Now students, faculty and staff of Qingdao University are striding forward toward a brilliant future, with hopes and dreams, historical mission and social responsibilities.

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Kunming Medical University, previously known as Kunming Medical College, is a medical school located in Kunming City, Yunnan Province, China.


In 1933, Donglu University initiated specialized program in medicine, which was the origin of today’s medical education at the Kunming Medical University (KMU). In 1937, with the development of the program, the School of Medicine was established and affiliated to the Yunnan University that was former Donglu University. In 1956, the School became an independent medical school and was named with Kunming Medical College, and in 1993 it was listed as one of the key higher institutions in the Yunnan province. In 2012, after the evaluation of the Ministry of Education of China, the college was updated to the university level and was renamed with Kunming Medical University. Presently, Kunming Medical University has become the largest specialized medical university in Yunnan province.

Campus, Organization, Staff

The university campus occupies 125.4 hectares. It has about 15,000 students, of which more than 1,400 are graduate students. The University has 6,000 staff, and over 1,150 are professors and associate professors.

The KMU has 13 schools, offering 15 Bachelor’s Degree programs, 34 Master’s Degree programs, and 1 Doctor’s Degree program. It has 5 research institutes, 9 affiliated hospitals, 9 teaching hospitals, 39 practice hospitals, 9 forensic medicine sites, 6 preventive medicine practice sites, 4 pharmaceutical practice sites, and 2 optical practice sites. All of this provides KMU students a stable studying and practicing environment.

With a collection of nearly 100,000 books, the university library has been designated as Yunnan’s Central Sharing Library Network of National Literature. It is also a First-class Repository for China’s Medical and Academic Literature. KMU is a National Clinical Medicine Trial Center, and Yunnan Provincial Expert Testimony Center.

The 9 affiliated hospitals of Kunming Medical University have over 9,800 patient beds. Seven of the Affiliated Hospitals are accredited as Level-A Tertiary General Hospitals of China. The First Affiliated Hospital has over 3,000 outpatients per day and is the largest general hospital in the province. The Second Affiliated Hospital of Kunming Medical University is among the “100 best general hospitals of China” and is the center for both human organ transplant and burn treatment in Yunnan. The Third Affiliated Hospital is the largest specialized cancer hospital in the province and houses three provincial cancer research centers. The Affiliated Stomatology Hospital has over 100 dental chairs and uses the most advanced technology available. It is the largest specialized Stomatology Hospital in Yunnan.

Yunnan boasts abundant natural resources with that, KMU is carrying on extensive scientific research on Yunnan’s commonly encountered, endemic and frequently encountered diseases, and constantly uses the most advanced technologies for diagnosis and treatment. KMU is involved in several phases of scientific research. This includes basic research, application research and developmental research, involving multiple subjects and multiple specialties. KMU is responsible for large numbers of national and provincial key scientific projects and international cooperation programs. Since 2004, there have been over 800 scientific research won awards on the national and provincial levels, as well as national invention awards, national scientific technology conference awards, and many others. KMU is a leader in the provincial medicine and health field.

International exchange

Kunming Medical University has made remarkable achievements in the area of international exchange and cooperation. It has launched inter-institutional academic partnerships and exchange programs with more than 100 medical schools and institutions in the countries worldwide, such as the U.S.A., the UK, India, France, Sweden, Italy, Germany, Australia, Japan, Thailand and Vietnam. It also conferred the titles of honorary professor and guest professor to more than 60 foreign scholars.

Shihezi University is Located in Shihezi city famed as “the Bright Pearl in Gobi Desert”, north of the Tianshan Mountains in Xinjiang. Shihezi University has 61-year history and developed into a new-style modernized comprehensive university in the foremost western part of China and established a multi-level educational system: full-time undergraduate education, postgraduate education, high professional education, international student education. Shihezi University was co-constructed by the central government and XPCC in West China. Shihezi University was ranked among the key constructed university under the “211 project” in Dec 31, 2008. 

The University with 20 colleges offers ten fields of study: Agriculture, Medicine, Natural and Social Sciences, Engineering, Management, Humanities, etc. and 4 Doctoral programs, 52 Master’s programs, 66 Bachelor’s programs, and Peking University and Tianjin University centers for Doctoral programs. It also has 3 key laboratories supported and constructed by the Ministry of Education or the Ministry of Science and Technology and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Group (XPCG), and has 24 research centers. The University has more than 2500 staff, including over 1,500 full-time teachers. The students of the University come from 31 provinces and regions and the student population is currently about 30 thousand.

Equipped with modern teaching and research facilities, the University covers more than 1,780, 000 square meters; the area of its laboratories is more than 165,000 square meters and its library has a collection of more than 2,630,000 Chinese and foreign books and periodicals.

The university has the great achievements that reflect the following basic and applied scientific research aspects: Highly-Effective Agriculture in Desert Oasis Area, Animal Heredity Improvement and Disease Control, Prevention and Cure for Xinjiang Endemic and Ethnic Disease, Xinjiang special plant resource research and development, and Research on the Economy and Culture of the Central Asia. Especially technologies of water-saving Irrigation in arid and semi-arid regions and Sheep Breeding have reached international leading levels. 

University has begun to recruit overseas students from 2002. More than 400 overseas students from Russia, Korea, Pakistan , Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and many other countries have come to study at Shihezi University. Shihezi University is making her best to fulfill the goal of being more comprehensive, academic, open and international.

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Wenzhou Medical University (WMU) is a higher institution under the administration of Zhejiang Provincial Government. It can trace its origin back to the former Zhejiang Specialized Medical School established in 1912. In August 1958, a group of faculty was sent from Zhejiang Medical College in Hangzhou to help establish the Second Zhejiang Medical College in Wenzhou, whose name was changed to Wenzhou Medical College in accordance with its location. In 2013 Wenzhou Medical College was officially renamed Wenzhou Medical University. In 2015, it was shortlisted as one of the co-development universities by the Ministry of Education, National Health and Family Planning Commission and Zhejiang Provincial Government. In 2017, it became a Priority Development University in Zhejiang Province.

WMU started its five–year undergraduate programs in 1958 and master’s programs in 1978, making it one of the first institutions in China authorized to confer master’s degree and doctor’s degree. Now WMU has 4 Primary Category Discipline PhD Programs (Clinical Medicine, Pharmacy, Biomedical Engineering, Basic Medicine), 12 Primary Category Discipline Master Programs (Clinical Medicine, Nursing Traditional Chinese Pharmacology, Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Basic Medical Sciences, Chinese and Western Integrative Medicine and Pharmacology,Medical Techonology, Stomotology, Public Health and Prevention Medicine, Public Management), 8 Professional Master’s Programs, and Postdoctoral Scientific Research Mobile Stations under the Primary Category Discipline of Clinical Medicine. The Clinical Medicine, Pharmacology and Toxicology, Biology and Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Genetics, Materials Science, Chemistry, Neuroscience and Behavior Programs of WMU all rank within global top 1% in ESI rankings. Notably, the Clinical Medicine Program ranks within the global top 0.2% in ESI rankings. WMU ranks No. 73 in ESI rankings among all colleges and universities in China. WMU features 1 National Engineering Research Center, 1 State Key Laboratory co-built by the Ministry of Education and Zhejiang Province, 1 National Research Center for Clinical Medicine (Ophthalmology Diseases), 1 Key Laboratory of Clinical Research and Evaluation of Medical Devices and Drugs for Ophthalmological Diseases of the State Food and Drug Administration, 2 Collaborative Innovation Centers jointly built by the Ministry of Education and Zhejiang Province, 2 National International Science and Technology Cooperation Bases, 29 Provincial or Ministerial Key Laboratories/Research Centers, 2 Provincial Top Priority Disciplines, 3 Provincial Level-A Disciplines of Distinction, 6 Level-B Disciplines of Distinction, 10 Key Disciplines for Colleges and Universities in Zhejiang and 2 Provincial Priority Development Disciplines.

WMU takes to heart the needs of the people and society, and stays committed to the mission of educating healthcare professionals of excellence, those that operate with confidence and vision, and strive to achieve and innovate. WMU offers 30 undergraduate programs in 4 major disciplines of medicine, science, engineering and management. At present, the total enrollment of WMU amounts to 13,936 (exclude Wenzhou Medical University Renji College), including 4,303 postgraduate students and 302 doctorate students, 864 international students, covering a full range of programs that include bachelor’s and master’s degrees, doctoral and postdoctoral studies, and full-time to continuing education programs, with students not only from mainland China but also overseas and Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. As the quality of education improves steadily, WMU graduates from its Clinical Medicine Program have consistently ranked within 10% nationwide in terms of their passing rate of National qualification examination for medical practitioners. According to the data from the Provincial Education Examination Institute, in 2020, the school ranks the first among the undergraduate colleges in Zhejiang Province in three total items including the career development, talent training quality, the satisfaction of the alumni, and the satisfaction of the employer according to graduates of the class of 2019 (one year after graduation). The 2017 (three years after graduation) undergraduate graduates’employment competitiveness also ranks first among undergraduate colleges in Zhejiang Province. In the results of the two graduate surveys, 4 of the 5 total items were ranked first, 1 was the third, and 21 core individual indicators also ranked the first.

WMU has more than 14,000 faculty and staff, including academic appointments of the affiliated hospitals, and over 1,800 of them hold senior professional titles. The main campus of the university has 1,609 full time teachers, of which 425 have senior professional and technical positions, 526 have associate senior professional and technical positions, and 1,172 have doctoral degrees. WMU has 1 academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, 1 academician of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, 3 National Science Fund Projects for Distinguished Young Scholars. A batch of excellent teachers were selected to be included in the National Thousand Talents Plan, National Ten Thousand Talents Plan, Yangtze Fund Scholars, National “Hundred-Thousand-Ten Thousand Talents Project. National Young Expert with Remarkable Contributions, New Century Talent Supporting Project by Ministry of Education, Young Expert with Remarkable Contributions by Health and Family Planning Commission, Province Senior Experts, Thousand Talents Program of Zhejiang Province, and be invited by Distinguished Professors of some provincial universities and colleges. Teachers of WMU won the title of National outstanding Teachers, National Moral Models, National Woman Pace Setter and Individuals of Excellence in National health and family planning system.

WMU has 4 national featured majors, 16 national first-class undergraduate professional construction sites, 1 national faculty team, 1 training mode innovation experimental zone, 2 national experimental teaching base demonstration center, 1 national practice base, 1 National Clinical Teaching and Training Demonstration Center, 1 National Virtual Simulation Experimental Teaching Center, 5 national excellent resource-sharing courses, 1 national bilingual demonstration course, 2 national English courses brand for overseas students, 6 Pilot programs of Excellent Doctor Training demostration, 2 pilot project of national comprehensive reform on disciplines and the university has won 3 second prizes of national teaching award.

In recent years, WMU has undertaken more than 1,200 scientific research projects of National level. More than 170 projects have won provincial, ministerial or national prizes, including 1 first prize of State Technological Invention Award, 5 second prizes of State Technological Invention Award, 2 second prizes of National Award for Technological Invention, 1 first prize and 3 second prizes of Technology Award of Ministry of Education, 5 first prizes of Chinese Medical Science and Technology Award, 1 first prize of Chinese Pharmaceutical Association Science and Technology Award, 1 major contribution award of Zhejiang Province Science and Technology Major Progress, 19 first prizes of Zhejiang Science and Technology Award, 1 second prize of Human and Social Science Award of Ministry of Education, and 4 first prizes of Zhejiang Philosophical and Social Science Award.

Wenzhou Medical University embraces internationalization in the course of its development. It has established partnerships with 31 countries (regions) of more than 140 education and research institutions, including more than 20 universities that rank top 100 worldwide, collaborating in the areas of overseas student exchange and joint education programs, faculty academic exchanges and research cooperation, Chinese-foreign Cooperation in Running Schools, international students education programs, etc.WMU has established five Chinese-foreign Cooperation in Running Schools, the Foreign Doctor Degree Project in MS/OD in Optometry & Ophthalmology between Wenzhou Medical College and The New England College of Optometry USA, Chinese and Foreign Bachelor Degrees in Nursing Between Wenzhou Medical College and Thomas University USA and Joint PhD Program Leading to a Double PhD Degree (JDP) in Clinical and Translational Medicine between Wenzhou Medical University and Lund University, Collaboration program in Master of Nursing Science Degree Between Wenzhou Medical University and Burapha University, Thailand, Collaboration in Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Pharmacy Between Wenzhou Medical University and Chonnam National University, Korea, among which two programs are listed as demonstration projects in Zhejiang Province. Wenzhou Medical University and the University of Alberta, one of the top 100 universities in the world, co-organized the Alberta Institute, Wenzhou Medical University, which is currently the highest level of Sino-foreign cooperation in running medical schools in China. In cooperation with Medical University of Lublin, Poland, we established the Hua Tuo joint education program as the first joint education program in medical science between China and Poland, and it is also China’s first overseas clinical medical education project. And WMU co-established Confucius Institutes with Burapha University in Thailand and State University of New York respectively. WMU was selected as the implementation institution of the “Program of Study Abroad for Young Scholar” sponsored by the China Scholarship Council, and the first batch of construction units of the “Internationalized Universities of Zhejiang Province”.

Composed of three campuses, WMU covers a total area of 1,900 mu with a building space of 550,000 m2. The university library has a collection of 2,090,000 volumes. WMU publishes 5 academic Journals and 1 academic newspaper, among which 3 journals are listed as China science and technology core journals. In addition, our journal, the Chinese Journal of Optometry & Ophthalmology and Visual Science, is listed as one of Chinese Medical Association Journals. Four of five affiliated hospitals are ranked as Grade 3 Class A. WMU has 27 non-directly affiliated teaching hospitals across the province. The Eye Hospital, The First Affiliated Hospital and The Second Affiliated Hospital are among the top 100 hospitals selected by Chinese Academy of Medicine in 2018 base on their technology impact. The Ophthalmology of the Affiliated Eye Hospital ranked second for three consecutive years nationwide, and its scientific and technological output indicators ranked first for three consecutive years nationwide.

Guided by the motto that stresses compassion, gravitas, hard work and truth-seeking, WMU has been pursuing excellence through its unique strength and university culture, as well as the potential of its people. WMU is on a steady march towards comprehensive development that is propelled and guided by its programs of excellence. It seeks progress through internationalization, and strives to serve the regional social and economic development using its strength in healthcare service and capacity in bringing together the government, academia and business sectors. In 2021, WMU’s comprehensive strength is ranked among the top 100 national universities in Wushulian Chinese University Rankings (No. 95).

Wenzhou Medical University seeks to establish itself as a leading educational and research university deserving of international recognition and an institution emphasizing undergraduate medical education while vigorously developing graduate programs of the highest standard, maintaining medical disciplines as its core while promoting multi-disciplinary programs; and aspiring to serve the community and China as a whole with a global vision.

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Ningxia or the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region is located on the upper reaches of the Yellow River, in the east of the northwest.

China. Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region is one of the five autonomous regions in China, and is the smallest of all provinces in China. Ningxia is one of the minority autonomous regions at the provincial level, where people of Hui nationality have inhabited and they make up to 30% of the population. Ningxia is surrounded by Gansu, Shanxi and Inner Mongolia provinces and covers the land area of 66400 Sq. Kms. It governs 3 Municipalities, 1 district, 17 counties and 7 municipal districts.

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Having been approved by the Ministry of Education, CTGU was founded in June 29, 2000, comprising the former Wuhan University of Hydraulic and Electric Engineering/Yichang and the former Hubei Sanxia College. The history of CTGU can be dated back to 1946, while the bachelor education started from 1978, and the postgraduate and international student education began from 1996. CTGU has the qualification to confer the degrees of bachelor, master and doctor, and to recruit international students of CSC scholarship and membership of UNAI. Moreover, the Ministry of Water Resources and the People’s Government of Hubei Province signed agreements in 2009 to build CTGU in joint effort. Beside, CTGU was awarded with “Advanced unit of opening up” by Hubei Provincial government in 2010; and was awarded with “Demonstration base of international student education”in 2014. By now, China Three Gorges University has become an comprehensive university with characteristic features of prominent discipline advantage, hydropower resources and great social reputation.    

CTGU consists of 30 colleges, 72 undergraduate programs covering nine fields including science, engineering, medicine, arts, economics, management, law, education and fine arts. There are 5 national-level characteristic disciplines for undergraduates; 10 provincial-level branded disciplines for undergraduates; 7 disciplines selected as the instalment of “A plan for Educating and Training Outstanding Engineers” by the Ministry of Education, 10 disciplines taught in English; and 2 Chinese-foreign cooperative education programs; 2 primary discipline doctoral programs, 22primary discipline programs for graduate students, 184secondary discipline programs for graduate students, 17 professional program for graduate students (Engineering, MBA, MTI etc.) and 11 provincial key disciplines. CTGU has a large number of enrolled students, comprising more than 22,730 full-time undergraduate students, 4,131 postgraduate students and 1288 international students.      

CTGU has 2 national level experimental teaching demonstration center; 2 national level Engineering practice education centers; 1 national wild scientific observation research station of landslide in the Three Gorges area, Hubei Province, 1 key laboratory of the Ministry of Education in the Three Gorges reservoir area, 1 engineering technology research center of the Ministry of Education in geological disaster of the Three Gorges reservoir area, 1 ecology and environment engineering technology center of the Ministry of Education in the  Three Gorges reservoir area, 1 collaborative innovation center with the joint effort from Hubei Provincial government in geological disaster and eco-environment of the Three Gorges reservoir area, 5 provincial and ministerial-level key laboratories on disaster prevention and reduction, construction and management of hydraulic project, design and maintenance of mechanical equipment, research and utilization of natural product, etc., 2 former key laboratories of State Power Corporation on hydropower station simulation and geotechnical study, 18 teaching experiment(training) centers, including 169 functional laboratories, 8 provincial-level teaching experiment demonstration centers, and over 160 practical training centers and cooperative bases between education and production.      

CTGU adheres to the principle of promoting development through opening up, organizes multi-level, wide range international cooperation and communication, insists the development path of internationalization, learning advanced educational concept and experience of other countries. It also ushers in high quality education resources, promotes the development of education reform, emphasizes the training of talents with international education background, promotes the international status, influences and the competitiveness of the university. In 2011, CTGU became one of the 52 authorized universities to recruit MBBS(English-teaching) students, and was authorized by the Ministry of Education to organize Sino-foreign cooperative education program for undergraduates of Electronic Engineering and Automation; CTGU obtained an exemption qualification to recruit students from Hong Kong in 2013; and was authorized by the Ministry of Education to organize Sino-foreign cooperative education program for undergraduates of Tourism Management. In recent years, the University has invited 3 Nobel prize winners to lecture in CTGU, and welcomed 70 international delegations of nearly 1000 person-times per year. Furthermore, CTGU applies extensive exchanges and communications with other countries and regions, and keeps close relationships with diplomatic envoys of the USA, France, Nepal, Maldives, ROK, India, and Pakistan, etc.Moreover, big events are held in CTGU on regular basis, like“China Explore” competition—sunny sport trip for international students in China, No.5 competition in 2013; and peach blossom festival, Happy Friday (T.G.I.F) english salon, etc. All the events above have greatly promoted and expanded the internationalization atmosphere in the campus.    

At present, CTGU is carrying out the national education plan, impelling the construction and development of connotation and vigorously implementing the four principles of “characteristic development, innovative reform, opening education and leading brand”, sparing no effort to realize the educational goal as “Building a high-level and comprehensive university with distinctive hydropower characteristics”.

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Sichuan University (SCU) is one of China’s top universities, attached to the Ministry of Education. The Chairman of the University Council of Sichuan University is Wang Jianguo, and the President is Li Yanrong.

Sichuan University is located in Chengdu, a famous historical and cultural capital city of Sichuan Province, known as the land of abundance. It consists of three campuses:Wangjiang, Huaxi and Jiang’an, covering an area of 470 hectares and boasting 2.515 million square meters of floor space. The university campuses, with their favorable environment and beautiful landscape, make a wonderful place for learning and research.

Sichuan University is an institution that comprises three former national universities: the former Sichuan University, the former Chengdu University of Science and Technology, and the former West China University of Medical Sciences. The history of Sichuan University dates back to the Sichuan Chinese and Western School founded by Lu Chuanlin, Governor of Sichuan in 1896 on the orders of Emperor Guangxu. It is the earliest modern institute of higher education in Southwest China. The former Chengdu University of Science and Technology was one of the earliest multi-disciplinary engineering universities established through a restructuring program of colleges and universities. The former West China University of Medical Sciences, original West China Union University, was established by western Christian missionaries in Chengdu in 1910. It was not only one of the first universities in the western tradition, but also one of the pioneering universities to offer postgraduate programs in China.

In 1994, the former Sichuan University and the former Chengdu University of Science and Technology merged into Sichuan United University, and then in 1998, it was renamed Sichuan University. CPC and state leaders including Jiang Zemin and Li Peng wrote congratulatory messages and gave their best wishes to the merger of the two universities. The second merger took place in 2000 when Sichuan University and the former West China University of Medical Sciences joined together. Sichuan University is a pioneer in the institutional reform of higher education. It’s one of the first universities being reformed and has made historic contributions to the reforms of higher education in China,commented Li Lanqing, a former Vice Premier. During the May 12th Wenchuan earthquake relief period, CPC and state leaders including Wu Bangguo and Wen Jiabao visited Sichuan University.

Sichuan University enjoys a long tradition in education and boasts many renowned scholars. Over the past century, the university has attracted masters such as historian Gu Jiegang, writer Li Jieren, esthetician Zhu Guangqian, physicist Wu Dayou, botanist Fang Wenpei, public health expert C. C. CHEN, and mathematician Ke Zhao. The administrators of the university include some of the most important names in contemporary China, Wu Yuzhang and Zhang Lan, for example. Among the outstanding alumni are Zhu De, one of the founding fathers of the People’s Republic of China, Yang Shangkun, a former Chairman of China, GuoMoruo and Ba Jin, both renowned writers, as well as national hero Jiang Zhujun. Over 50 members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Engineering graduated from Sichuan University, and 36 out of 50 Sichuan Cultural Celebrities nominated in 2001, were also alumni of the university.

Sichuan University has a comprehensive range of disciplines covering 12 categories: humanities, science, engineering, medicine, economy, management, law, history, philosophy, agriculture, education and art. It consists of 34 colleges, including a postgraduate college and an overseas education college. A total of 45 disciplines have been authorized by the state to grant doctoral degrees. Altogether, the university offers 354 doctoral programs, 438 master programs, 32 professional master’s programs, 138 undergraduate programs, and 37 post-doctoral research stations. It also has 46 national key disciplines and 4 national key cultivated disciplines.

Sichuan University takes pride in its large pool of prominent scholars and professors. By the end of 2016, there were 5,324 full-time teachers. Among them, there were 1,767 professors, 14 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Engineering, 6 Outstanding Professors, 80 experts recruited through the thousand Talents Plan(including 46 through thousand Youth Talents Program and 2 through the Recruitment Program of Global Experts, 41 distinguished professors and 14 Chair professors of the Changjiang Scholars Program, 45 winners of The National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, 9 Chief Scientists of 973 Project who led 12 National Basic Research projects, 30 winners of The Key Project of The National Social Sciences Program Fund, 12 winners of the National Award for Distinguished Teachers, 11 winners of the National Innovation Talents Promotion Plan the Youth Scientific and Technological Innovation Leading Talents and 123 experts recruited from the thousand Talents Plan of Sichuan Province.

In its long history as an institution of education, Sichuan University has formed a rich cultural heritage and laid a solid foundation in education. The university’s motto is “Sea, all water, receives all rivers; Utmost wit listens to all sides”, and its spirit is embodied in the following four words: preciseness, diligence, truth-seeking and innovation.To achieve the goal of being a first-class comprehensive research-oriented university, Sichuan University has shaped, in recent years, its own concept of higher education that promotes individualism, scholarship and excellence. It has developed a new management mechanism, in which teachers conduct education activities, students function as the center of education, and colleges and departments exercise management responsibilities. The university is dedicated to providing high-quality education through an integrated multi-disciplinary approach to research and teaching which will help cultivate elite members of the society who have a profound humanity background, trustworthy expertise, a strong sense of innovation and a broad international horizon. The current student body includes approximately 37,000 undergraduate students, over 20,000 master and PhD candidates and more than 3,400 international students and students from Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. Since 2003, the university has been honored with 31 National Teaching Achievement Awards, 33 National Excellent Courses, 12 National Video Open Courses, 31 Collectible Resources Sharing Classes and 23 doctoral dissertations that are included in the Top 100 Excellent Doctoral Dissertations.

Sichuan University has exhibited great strength in research and made remarkable achievements over the years. It has 13 key national laboratories and engineering centers, 4 state-level international scientific and technological cooperation bases, 11 key laboratories and 6 engineering research centers under the supervision of Ministry of Education, and 3 key laboratories under the supervision of Ministry of Health. It also has 9 national centers for talent training, research and teaching, 8 National Experimental Teaching Demonstration Centers, 19 National Engineering Practice Education Centers, 3 National Experimental Teaching Center Of Virtual Simulation, 1 National Teacher Teaching Development Demonstration Center, 1 National Base of Culture-Oriented Quality Education for College Students, 9 National Off-campus Practice Education Bases for College Students, 4 key National Research Bases for Philosophy and Social Sciences, 3 National Drug Clinical Trial Institutes. Since 2005, the university has won 41 awards in three major national award categories for science and technology. In 2016, the research funding of the university increased to 1.86 billion RMB, the number of papers published ranked the 5th and the number of SCI papers ranked the 6th in China. In the field of humanities and social sciences, experts of the university compiled, edited and published several extensive collections and anthologies, including a Chinese Dictionary, The Complete Works of Song Dynasty, A History of Chinese Taoism, and Ru Zang(Collected Works of Confucianism).

Sichuan University has actively promoted both national and regional socioeconomic development, and is constantly building its capacity to serve the community and the society. The university is one of the first six national technology transfer centers in 2008 and was among the first four universities honored as Model Institution or Corporation of Intellectual Property Right Protection in 2009. The Science and Technology Park of Sichuan University is one of the first 15 national college science and technology trial parks approved by the country. In 2012, it was named The National Class A (Excellent) University Science and Technology Park and has incubated over 335 science and technology enterprises including one publicly-listed company. In 2016, it was confirmed one of the first Model Base of Mass Innovation and Entrepreneurship, one of the first Model University of Deepening The Reform of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education. In recent years, the university has established cooperative relations in production, education and research with over 6,000 corporations of more than 20 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) and more than 150 cities at home and abroad. In addition, the university has established about two hundred high-level university and enterprise collaboration platforms for production, education and research. During the past five years, it has undertaken more than 13,000 projects in technological development, transfer, service and consulting projects for domestic and foreign enterprises. A series of major scientific and technological projects have yielded leading technologies applied in related industries. School teachers and students has established over 60 enterprises with property rights by relying on scientific achievements. In 2009, the university was confirmed one of the first thirteen National University Base of Cadre Education and Training. It has 4 directly affiliated hospital of Ministry of Health, which played an important role in the treatment of serious natural disasters, such as the Wenchuan earthquake and Yushu earthquake of Qinghai province, making significant contributions to the development of national health care and people’s health level.

Sichuan University has established contacts and cooperative relationships with over 250 renowned colleges and universities as well as research institutes from 34 countries and regions. It has established well-rounded joint education programs of at different levels and in various forms with 214 famous universities from over 33 countries, including United States, Australia and some European countries. The University has established five Confucius Institutes in collaboration with five universities in South Korea, the US and Belgium. It has set up the Jiuzhaigou International Research Center for Ecology, Environment and Sustainability in a joint effort with the University of California and the University of Washington, Sino-US Institute for University Design with Arizona State University, Sino-German Joint Center for Energy Research with Clausthal University of Technology, Western China Poverty-Reduction Research Center with the State Council Leading Group Office of Poverty Alleviation and Development, State Council Leading Group Office of Western China Development, UNDP and the World Bank, Sichuan Post-Disaster Reconstruction Support and Research Center with Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Sichuan University-Pittsburgh Institute with University of Pittsburgh.

The university libraries have a collection of over 6.65 million books and the Humanities Museum houses over 85,000 objects, the Natural Museum, over 870,000 animal and plant specimens, and the Archives and History Exhibition Center, over 280,000 volumes of historical archives (including over 9000 valuable historical archives). The university also has gymnasiums equipped with complete and advanced facilities, and other facilities and services including Campus Network, Analytical and Testing Center, Modern Education Technology Center, Intensive Language Training Center, Adult Education College and Distance Learning College.

Looking ahead, Sichuan University shoulders the social responsibility to attract brilliant minds, nurture talents to serve the country, break new academic ground and promote scientific and technological development, whilst guiding the society. It will write more brilliant chapters in its history inheriting legacy whilst looking to a bright future of innovation and new possibilities.

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Located on the north wing of the Yangtze River estuary, Nantong is in the southeastern part of Jiangsu province, adjacent to Taizhou to the west, and bordering on Yancheng to the north. Nantong is surrounded by water on three sides, and thus is shaped as a peninsula, with its northern to the northeastern parts adjacent to the Huanghai Sea, and its southern part facing the Yangtze River. Nantong is connected to Suzhou and Shanghai via three cross-river bridges, the Su-Tong Yangtze River Highway Bridge, the Chongqi Bridge and the Shanghai-Suzhou-Nantong Yangtze River Bridge.

The city covers a total area of 8,001 square kilometers, 1,521 of which are urbanized. The river and sea lines are 425 kilometers in length, and include 219 kilometers of the Yangtze River bank line and 206 kilometers of coastline.

By the end of 2019, Nantong had a permanent population of 7.32 million. The urban population was 4.98 million, 1.6 percent larger than that of the previous year; the urbanization rate was 68.1percent, an increase of 1 percent over the previous year. At the end of 2019, Nantong’s registered population was 7.598 million. The birth and mortality rates of the city were respectively 5.85 percent and 8.6 percent, and the natural population growth rate was -2.75 percent.

Nantong’s regional gross domestic product broke the 1-trillion-yuan ($145 billion) threshold in 2020, up 4.7 percent year-on-year and ranking fourth in Jiangsu province.The general public budget revenue increased 3.2 percent to 63.93 billion yuan over the last year. Meanwhile, the investment in fixed asset increased 5.8 percent. The retail sales of social consumer goods increased 0.3 percent. Imports and exports rose 4.3 percent. The per capita disposable income for urban and rural residents increased 4.5 and 7.6 percent respectively to 52,484 yuan and 26,141 yuan, while the consumer price index was up 2.4 percent.

Nantong is an ethnically mixed center with the Han as the dominated group; it accounts for more than 99.7 percent of the permanent population. Known as the “land of promise”, Nantong is famous for its abundance of products and outstanding people, and boasts such honors as being known as the hometown of textiles, architecture and education. Nantong is one of the coastal port cities that China has further opened to the outside world since the beginning of reform and opening up.

Entering the twenty-first century, it has developed its economy and society in a leapfrog way at all levels, earning itself a reputation and national ranking for civilized culture, environmental protection, sanitation, gardens, ecology, excellent comprehensive management of public security, and advanced scientific and technological progress.

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Qiqihar Medical University (QMU), located in the hometown of world-famous red-crowned cranes, is a regular university of Heilongjiang Province. Founded in 1946, the University has a history of more than 66 years and a total area of 1,100,000 square meters.

Qiqihar Medical University consists of 14 schools and 4 auxiliary departments. Currently, the university boasts a staff of 4281, including 938 professors and associate professors. And more than 73.9% teachers with Master’s and Doctoral Degrees The number of enrollment is 16,501. The undergraduate education program offers 27 majors and disciplinary orientations; the specialties above cover the full spectrum of medicine as well as 4 other disciplines: science, engineering and managing. Among all the majors, Psychiatry Medicine is the national first-class characteristic major and Clinical medicine, Psychiatry Medicine, Pharmacy and preventive medicine are provincial key-constructing majors. 

The University has 9 affiliated hospitals, 31 teaching and training hospitals and 18 research institutes, in which there are Provincial Key Constructing Laband Post-doctoral Research Workstation.

3 Journals are sponsored by the University— Journal of Qiqihar Medical University, Chinese Modern Nursing, and Nervous Diseases and Mental Hygiene, which are issued domestically and abroad. Chinese Modern Nursing as well as Nervous Diseases and Mental Hygiene are the national publications.

QMU lays great emphasis on exchange and cooperation, and has established friendly interscholastic relationships with many universities in Ameica, Russia, Japan, South Africa, Australia, Korea and etc the university enrolled parts of the foreign students on clinical medicine from South Asia, received the exchange students from America and Russia. At the same time, the university sends the excellent students and teachers to be trained and study in the medical universities home and abroad.