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Jinzhou Medical University ( Jinzhou Medical University ) was founded in 1946. The university was officially renamed Jinzhou Medical University in March 2016 under the approval of Ministry of Education. Jinzhou Medical University passed the teaching proficiency testing of the Ministry of Education with excellent performance. Through 70 years of development, Jinzhou Medical University has developed into a top-ranked medical university with chiefly medical-based, multilevel, multidisciplinary and multiform education across the whole China.
Jinzhou Medical University currently has over 12000 on-campus students, admitting students nationally from the whole of China. In recent years, their minimum admission scores were higher than the average score of first-batch universities of Liaoning by 50 points. Jinzhou Medical University has 95 professional teaching practice base, among which there are 3 affiliated hospitals. The First Affiliated Hospital and the Third Affiliated Hospital is the First Class National Hospital.
Jinzhou Medical University began to recruit overseas students in 1997. It was qualified to award ‘ English-taught Bachelor of Medicine /Bachelor of Surgery ( MBBS )’, admit international students under ‘Chinese Government Scholarship’, Jinzhou Medical University offer 21 Bachelor degree majors taught in Chinese medium including Clinical Medicine(MBBS), Anesthesiology, Radiology and so on. We also offer 59 Master degree majors which can be taught in both Chinese and English media such as Internal Medicine, Surgery, Veterinary Science, etc… Till now, Jinzhou Medical University has enrolled around 1800 medical degree students, medical postgraduate students from more than 66 countries. The international students aiming at academic degrees has ranked third for three years in Liaoning Province. Jinzhou Medical University’s responsibility is to ensure the safety of overseas students.
JZMU has enrolled around 1500 medical degree students, medical postgraduate students from more than 57 countries in five continents, including India, Nepal, Korea, Japan, Russia, etc.
Jinzhou Medical University ( JZMU ) currently has over 12000 on-campus students, admitting students nationally from 30 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities.
On-campus accommodation facilities are available
There are three types of rooms—double-bed rooms, three-bedrooms and single-bed rooms in these dormitories
The rooms are equipped with single beds, basic furniture like a desk, a chair and a wardrobe, an air-conditioner, a water heater (in some rooms) and internet connection
In each building, there are duty rooms, service rooms, bulletin boards, fire extinguishers, etc.
The university's curriculum comprises 21 specialized undergraduate subjects, 32 master's degree programs and 1 doctor degree program. Six kinds of education are offered in JZMU: general high education, state-owned privately run education, adult education, vocational education, online education and international students' education.
Among the faculty members, there are 823 full-time teachers, 74 of whom have been granted a doctoral degree, 533 associate professors and 219 professors and chief doctors. The university's library has an advanced electronic reading room and has access to the retrieval system for medical documents from the American MEDLINE and the Chinese Medical Institute.
The university enrols undergraduate, graduate and master as well as postgraduate students. The total number of students has amounted to 13,806 including international students, all of whom are currently studying in the undergraduate program taught in English. Presently, more than 400 international students are studying a wide range of medical programs at the University. Furthermore, the university is actively involved in international academic exchange activities with universities abroad, such as the University of Glasgow and regularly exchanges scholars and specialists to give lectures. About 120 teachers have been sent to more than 20 countries to study and involve in research.
Jinzhou is located in the southwestern portion of Liaoning and borders Panjin, Anshan, and Shenyang to the east, and Huludao on the west. The city's southern coast is the Liaodong Bay. On the north are Chaoyang and Fuxin.
Jinzhou has a monsoon-influenced humid continental climate (Köppen Dwa), with four distinct seasons; winters are cold but very dry while summers are hot and humid. The monthly 24-hour average temperature ranges from −7.9 °C (17.8 °F) to 24.3 °C (75.7 °F) in July, with the annual mean being 9.50 °C (49.1 °F).
The annual average precipitation is between 540 and 640 millimetres (21 and 25 in), the majority of which usually occurs in July and August alone. With monthly per cent possible sunshine ranging from 45% in July to 68% in three months, the city receives 2,682 hours of bright sunshine annually, with autumn and winter being especially sunny.
Fossil-bearing rocks are exposed in the city's vicinity, including the Yixian Formation. A genus of Early Cretaceous birds has been named Jinzhouornis in honour of the locality, but it appears to be a junior synonym of Confuciusornis which was found in the same formation some years earlier.
It is the fourth-most populous city in Liaoning, with a population of 3,126,463 (2010 census), of whom 1,091,799 reside in the urbanized area consisting of 3 urban districts. The total area under the jurisdiction of Jinzhou is 10,111 square kilometres (3,904 sq mi), most of which is rural.
China, officially the People's Republic of China (PRC) is a country in East Asia. It is the world's most populous country, with a population of around 1.4 billion in 2019. Covering approximately 9.6 million square kilometres (3.7 million mi2), it is the world's third or fourth-largest country by area.[l] As a one-party state led by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the country is officially divided into 23 provinces, five autonomous regions, four direct-controlled municipalities (Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, and Chongqing), and the special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau.
China's landscape is vast and diverse, ranging from the Gobi and Taklamakan Deserts in the arid north to the subtropical forests in the wetter south. The Himalaya, Karakoram, Pamir and Tian Shan mountain ranges separate China from much of South and Central Asia. The Yangtze and Yellow Rivers, the third- and sixth-longest in the world, respectively, run from the Tibetan Plateau to the densely populated eastern seaboard. China's coastline along the Pacific Ocean is 14,500 kilometres (9,000 mi) long and is bounded by the Bohai, Yellow, East China and South China seas. China connects through the Kazakh border to the Eurasian Steppe which has been an artery of communication between East and West since the Neolithic through the Steppe route – the ancestor of the terrestrial Silk Road.
Before we come to the admission process, the candidate must check their eligibility criteria, so this will help the students for the admission and will be easy enough to know about the Institution.
The candidate should be 17 years of age(minimum). The merit-based university admission and wherein the aspiring candidates are required to secure at least 70% marks in their main subjects taken in 10+2, i.e. Physics, chemistry, biology.
Applicants should fill the application form available online. They can send the documents via email.
Then they have to submit a school leaving certificate, a birth certificate, a copy of passport, and transcripts of records and other necessary documents.
Students will receive an admission letter from the university, once they submit the above documents.
The cost of studying in China is very less in comparison to the private medical colleges in India.
A good number of Universities are recognized by the Medical Council of India.
Only a few colleges require English proficiency tests, admission in all other universities is a hassle-free process.
Student exchange programs are aplenty for the students pursuing MBBS in China.
Being close to India commute from China to India and the other way around is easy.
There are a plethora of benefits of choosing to pursue MBBS in Universities in China. The Government of China spends a considerable portion of its budget on education. The aim is to make China the global hotspot for high-quality and affordable higher education.
The Chinese system of education is quite different from what Indian Institutes prescribe. But the completion in India is surging. Likely, most aspirants are not able to score a seat in the medical institutes.
Moreover, most of the universities in China abide by the regulations provided by the Ministry of Education.
Thus, it ensures good governance of the Universities across China.
Easy Admission in the top colleges in China.
In China, you don’t have to gasp at the straws to get Admission in the best universities.
Even the best universities in China do not require you to pass an entrance test to get enrolled.
A student’s marks in his PCB are enough for them to get Admission in the best Universities.
|Particulars||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4||Year 5|
|Tuition Fee In RMB||35000 RMB||35000 RMB||35000 RMB||35000 RMB||35000 RMB|
|Hostel Fee In RMB||6500 RMB||6500 RMB||6500 RMB||6500 RMB||6500 RMB|
|Total Fee In RMB||37000 RMB||37000 RMB||37000 RMB||37000 RMB||37000 RMB|
|Total Fees in INR||Rs. 4,07,000||Rs. 4,07,000||Rs. 4,07,000||Rs. 4,07,000||Rs. 4,07,000|
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Jinzhou is the central city of the west part of Liaoning Province along the Bohai Bay, located in northeast China. It only takes a drive of 4 and a half hour to reach Beijing.
Jinzhou is an ancient town with a thousand-year history. Green mountains and blue water add more glamour to this beautiful city. The natural scenery and valuable historic heritage make Jinzhou a hot tourist city of Liaoning Province.
It has a geographically advantageous location with a coast-line of some 100kilometress. Jinzhou Harbor is China's first open trade port in the northeast part. It is a flourishing commercial city and modern international port. It is the communication hub linking the northeast and north China. Jinzhou comprises of 5 universities and colleges, 22 scientific research institutes with 100 thousand professional staffs, which ranked the third place in Liaoning Province. China's first female riot police force was set up by the Public Security Bureau in Jinzhou city in 2003.
University Jinzhou Medical University) introduced scholarships to encourage merit and discipline. Based on marks, attendance and conduct, eligible students are selected & rewarded.
Inspirit students who want to pursue mbbs from Jinzhou Medical University can check the scholarship criteria from the original website of the university.
Yes, the university reviews are quite good.
You can check the official website of Jhinzau Medical University.
Yes, the seems to have a quite low fee structure. And is affordable.
Yes, hostel facilities will be provided to the international as well as local students.