MBBS in China- Duration
The course is 6 years on campus program including 1 year for internship.
Gannan Medical University (GMU) is located in Ganzhou, a famous historical and cultural city in Jiangxi province. Organized by the People's Government of Jiangxi Province, GMU is a full-time undergraduate medical university in Jiangxi province. Professor Han Jisheng, an academician of China Science Academy, works as the honorary president of GMU. GMU was founded as Ganxian Advanced Midwifery Vocational School of Jiangxi Province in 1941, developed to Gannan Medical Technical School with College Degree authorization in 1958. And GMU was updated to an undergraduate university in 1988 and obtained the master's degree authorization from the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council in 2013. In 2019, GMU cooperated with Suzhou University and China Medical University to carry out doctoral training in clinical medicine sciences and basic medicine sciences
GMU boasts Zhanggong Campus and Huangjin Campus, covering more than 1,935.70 mu (including affiliated hospitals). The total value of such equipment as teaching, scientific research and medical instruments is 0.265 billion Yuan. GMU has 1,295,500 books and 2,388,400 electronic books. GMU currently has more than 12,429 undergraduates, college students, graduates and overseas students. There are more than 4,756 staff (including the staff of the First, Second and Third Affiliated Hospital of GMU). Among them, there are 846 full-time teachers, including 520 full-time staff with senior professional titles. GMU boasts 3 members of the Teaching Steering Committee of the Ministry of Education of China, 13 teachers enjoying the special allowance of the Jiangxi Province People’s Government and State Council, 7 candidates of Ganpo Talent 555 Project, 7 Second Grade Professors, 51 provincial talents project candidates for provincial major disciplines’ academic leaders, provincial young scientist candidates of Jinggang Star, young Jinggang Scholars, provincial “Double-Thousand Plan” & provincial Hundred-Thousand Project (Level 1&2), 39 young and middle-aged backbone teachers, 4 provincial teaching teams, 15 part-time doctoral supervisors and 430 master tutors.
Intensifying connotative promotion and centering on Medicine, Science and Engineering, GMU has developed into a "Dual First Class" university under construction in Jiangxi Province with distinguished school-running characteristics and advantages. There are 30 undergraduate majors, including 2 national distinguished majors (Clinical Medicine Sciences, Anesthesiology), 8 provincial first-rate majors (Clinical Medicine Sciences, Anesthesiology, Medical Imaging, Pharmacy, Preventive Medicine, Nursing, Medical Imaging Technology, Applied Psychology), 1 provincial dual first-rate discipline (Clinical Medicine Sciences) ,2 provincial university “Twelfth Five Year” key first-rate disciplines (Clinical Medicine Sciences, Basic Medicine Sciences), 4 first-level masters’ disciplines (Basic Medicine Sciences, Clinical Medicine Sciences, Medical Technology, Pharmacy), 3 masters’ professional degrees disciplines(Clinical Medicine Sciences, Nursing, Public Health), 2 education training programs for outstanding doctors of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Health of China, 1Discipline Comprehensive Reform Pilot project for the Ministry of Education of China, 1 National College Students Off-campus Practice Education Base, as well as more than 75 provincial education training programs for outstanding doctors, excellent resource sharing courses, university excellent courses, etc.
GMU boasts Zhanggong Campus and Huangjin Campus covering more than 1,200 mu and 300,000 m2 of gross floor area, 2,920,340 books and 2,389 staff, including the First, Second & Third Affiliated Hospitals staff, There are 142 professors, 309 associate professors and 649 postgraduates and doctors. And GMU boasts 13 teachers enjoying the special allowance of the provincial and State Council government, 3 provincial model teachers, 7 provincial distinguished teachers, 10 provincial academic leaders, 37 provincial young and middle-aged leading teachers, 15 candidates of provincial Hundred-Thousand Project, 5 candidates of Ganpo Talent 555 Project, 1 young scientist with title of Jinggang Star, 31 school academic leaders, 58 young and middle-aged school leading teachers,1 part-time supervisor of postgraduate and 48 part-time supervisors of graduates who have supervised more than 100 students. GMU currently boasts more than 10,000 students, including 9,173 undergraduates, 1,684 college students & 140 overseas students, and 6,822 students majoring in adult education. Over the past 70 years, GMU cultivated more than 30,000 advanced professionals. Over past few years, GMU acted as a pioneer in implementing the Talent Cultivation Pattern of Orders in Jiangxi province, directly serving the grassroots’ medical hospitals and contributing to the medical causes of Jiangxi province and the neighboring areas.
GMU adheres to the aim of serving the regional economic development based on scientific research. Over the past few years, GMU undertook the research of Chinese Nature Science Foundation Projects, affiliated subject of major projects of National Science and Technology Support Program and provincial subjects. Academic articles are collected by SCI, EI and ISTP. More than 100 works/textbooks are compiled by GMU. GMU hosts Gannan Medical University Journal, an academic journal issued home and abroad, jointly hosts Neuroscience Bulletin, Chinese Journal of Medical Education, Truth Seeking etc.
GMU takes the initiative to do exchange and cooperation home and abroad, began to recruit full-time overseas students of clinical medicine in 2005, invites renowned academicians and doctor supervisors from USA, Japan, Australia etc to deliver lectures and exchanges and cooperates with some universities of USA, UK, and Korea etc.
It is a prefecture-level city in the south of Jiangxi province, China, bordering Fujian to the east, Guangdong to the south, and Hunan to the west. Its administrative seat is at Zhanggong District. Its population was 8,361,447 at the 2010 census whom 1,977,253 in the built-up (or "metro") area made of Zhanggong and Nankang, and Ganxian largely being urbanized. In 201, Emperor Gaozu of Han established a county in the territory of modern Guangzhou. In those early years, Han Chinese settlement and authority in the area was minimal and largely restricted to the Gan River basin. The river, a tributary of the Yangtze via Poyang Lake, provided a route of communication from the north as well as irrigation for rice farming.
During the Sui dynasty, the county administration was promoted to prefecture status and the area called Qianzhou (虔州). During the Song, immigration from the north bolstered the local population and drove local aboriginal tribes further into the hills. After the fall of the capital to the Jin in 1126 in the Jingkang Incident, immigration increased dramatically.
The province's name was officially changed to Ganzhou during the Southern Song (1127–1279).
During the late 1800s Ganzhou was opened as one of the southern treaty ports and became a minor base for foreign companies. Between 1929 and 1934, Ganzhou formed a part of the Jiangxi–Fujian Soviet, one of the bases of the Communist Party of China. Due to its proximity to the Red capital Ruijin, Ganzhou was subject to a number of Kuomintang encirclement campaigns.
Ganzhou is a large city covering the southern third of Jiangxi, with an area of 39,400 square kilometres (15,200 sq mi). More than 70% of its administrative area is forested, and over 83% is also mountainous. Several of the major tributaries of the Gan River, Guangzhou’s namesake, join at a confluence in the center of the city.
Guangzhou has a humid subtropical type of climate (Köppen climate classification Cfa) with hot and humid summers and mild and dry winters. The East Asian monsoon and surrounding water bodies have a significant influence on the climate. Guangzhou, the capital of the Guangdong province of China, lies on the Pearl River, slightly south of the Tropic of Cancer.
Guangzhou's average elevation is 21 meters above sea level, while the Baiyun Mountain is the lung of the city. The Pearl River flows through the city, and the topography consists of lakes, rivers, mountains, and fertile alluvial plains. Tropical cyclones from the South China Sea trouble the city occasionally.
Summers are long, humid and wet in Guangzhou, and the temperatures usually lie between 22.2°C (72°F) to 35°C (95°F). The average high temperature reaches a peak of 32.8°C (91°F) in July. The East Asian monsoon is active from April to September and brings high humidity with heavy rainfall to the region. Winters from December to February are short and relatively dry due to the departure of the monsoon. The average temperatures are in the 10°C (50°F) to 21.1°C (70°F) with a drop in humidity. Spring and autumn are brief transitional periods with comfortable temperatures between the wet and dry seasons.
Guangzhou averages 1628 hours of annual sunshine with maximum daily sunshine of 7 hours during any period of the year. The skies remain cloudy for the majority of the year as the average humidity is high and ranges from 66% to 84%. Annual precipitation is an ample 1727.2mm (68") with 149 rainy days during the year. Eighty percent of the rainfall is between April and September, while May and June are the rainiest months. Snow is ordinarily absent, but the city has a record of a few instances of light snowfall in its history. Ganzhou has a humid subtropical climate (Köppen Cfa) affected by the East Asian monsoon, with long, humid, very hot summers and cool and drier winters with occasional cold snaps. The monthly 24-hour average temperature ranges from 8.2 °C (46.8 °F) in January to 29.5 °C (85.1 °F) in July, with an annual average of 19.57 °C (67.2 °F). The average annual precipitation is around 1,450 mm (57 in). With monthly percent possible sunshine ranging from 20% in March to 62% in July, the city receives 1,778 hours of bright sunshine annually. Winter begins somewhat sunny and dry but becomes progressively wetter and cloudier; spring begins especially gloomy, and from March to June each of the months averages more than 170 mm (6.7 in) of rainfall. After the heavy rains subside in June, summer is especially sunny. Autumn is warm and relatively dry.
The Beijing-Jiulong Railway goes through Ganzhou from north to south, and it meets the Ganzhou–Longyan Railway (Ganlong line) at East Ganzhou Railway Station in Zhanggong District. Nanchang–Shenzhen high-speed railway is under construction.Major railway stations in Ganzhou are
The new Ganzhou Huangjin Airport, located in Nankang, was opened on March 26, 2008. Its name inherited from the old Huangjin Airport in Huangjin Town, Zhanggong District, which was closed since it was too close to the expanding Ganzhou urban area. It has domestic routes to Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Nanchang, Xiamen, Nanjing, Shanghai, Nanning, Chongqing and Beijing.
|Ganzhou rank||China rank||World rank|
|3||737||7588 Top 45%|
|Year||Tuition Fee||Hostel Cost||Insurance+ Visa Reg+Dvlp Fee||Total Cost|
|2nd Year||30000 RMB||4000 RMB||1400 RMB||–||34000 RMB|
|3rd Year||30000 RMB||4000 RMB||1400 RMB||–||34000 RMB|
|4th Year||30000 RMB||4000 RMB||1400 RMB||–||34000 RMB|
|5th Year||30000 RMB||4000 RMB||1400 RMB||–||34000 RMB|
|6th Year||30000 RMB||4000 RMB||1400 RMB||–||34000 RMB|
Two students will share one room in hostel. Students can do internship in China or in their home country.
There are 30 undergraduate majors, including 2 national distinguished majors (Clinical Medicine Sciences, Anesthesiology), 8 provincial first-rate majors (Clinical Medicine Sciences, Anesthesiology, Medical Imaging, Pharmacy, Preventive Medicine, Nursing, Medical Imaging Technology, Applied Psychology), 1 provincial
Applicant must have own passport for admission.
The candidate must have passed 10+2 exams with pre-medical subject (Intermediate, A- Level or 12th Grade Schooling)
Applicant must be physically and mentally healthy.
Applicant must follow laws and regulations set by Gannan Medical University and sister medical colleges
Applicant must be proficient in English.
MBBS in China- Duration
The course is 6 years on campus program including 1 year for internship.
There are 45 colleges in China that teach in English and accept foreign medical students for 2016/2017 intake. The degree conferred is known as Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). School of Medicine of Wuhan University was founded in 1923.
In Germany, you can study MBBS for free. No tuition fees are charged for doctoral study at public universities in Germany. The cost of living varies greatly around the country. This is estimated to be about 6,000 euros a year