Jiangsu University School of Medicine

Why Study Medicine at Jiangsu University School of Medicine, China

 Brief Introduction

Jiangsu University School of Medicine is an important part of Jiangsu University specialized in medical science. Jiangsu University was founded by combining the former Jiangsu University of Science and Technology (a key university), Zhenjiang Medical College and Zhenjiang Teachers’ College with the approval of the Ministry of Education of China in August, 2001. It is a teaching-and-research-oriented comprehensive university. It is one of the first group of universities that offer doctoral programs and one of the Top Universities in China.
1. History Briefs
Founded as Jiangsu Provincial Medical College in 1934; 1984, renamed to Zhenjaing Medical College; 2001, merged with Jiangsu University and renamed Jiangsu University School of Medicine.
2. Campus Overview
Jiangsu University School of Medicine is situated in Zhenjiang, a historically and culturally renowned city. The school covers an area of 2030,000 m2 and has buildings area of more than 1400,000 m2. The campus is very beautiful and well-equipped for international students to study medicine.
3. Discipline Construction and Achievements
Jiangsu University School of Medicine currently has approximately 300 full-time teachers in the school, among which are 110 professors, 190 associate professors. There are 4000 undergraduate students, 500 graduate students and 400 international students (MBBS program) in the school. There are two research institutes, two experimental teaching centers, twenty departments in the school. There are five disciplines which can confer Master degrees. They are Clinical Laboratory Science, Immunology, Pathogenic Biology, Human Anatomy and Histology Embryology and Physiology. The discipline of Clinical Laboratory Science can also confer Doctoral degree. 
In recent years, a lot of achievements both in education and research fields are got by the school. The discipline of Clinical Laboratory Science of the school has become the famous representative major in Jiangsu Province. Two major courses have been conformed as the first level of the whole education courses in the province, and another three courses as the second level of those. It has recently got more than 40 of National Natural Science Funds, and more than 40 research projects of Jiangsu Province. More than 400 papers are published on different journals at home and abroad, including 50 papers embodied by SCI.
4. Affiliated Hospitals
Jiangsu University School of Medicine has more than 80 affiliated hospitals, teaching hospitals and practical hospital for medical international students to have internship and clinical rotation. These hospitals are scattered in Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Shanghai with great facilities. Jiangsu University School of Medicine has 1 directly affiliated hospital - Affiliated Hospital of Jiangsu University (also called Zhenjiang Jiangbin Hospital). Affiliated Hospital of Jiangsu University, founded in 1936, has now become a modern hospital with full academic subjects, well-equipped infrastructures and strong technical force. Affiliated Hospital of Jiangsu University is a comprehensive level three first-class hospital with medical treatment, teaching, scientific research, prevention, health care and rehabilitation.
5. International Student Education
Jiangsu University School of Medicine has opened English Medium Programs of Medical Bachelor/Undergraduate Degree (including MBBS and Pharmaceutical Science), Master/Postgraduate Degree and Doctoral /PHD Degree to international students. The university pays high attention to the quality of international student programs and has established a scholarship system and is now providing students with scholarships of different types. 
Communication and Cooperation
Jiangsu University School of Medicine has established long-term cooperative relationship with 67 universities and educational or research institutions in America, England, Germany, Australia, Thailand, Japan, Russia, France, Italy, Korea, India, Singapore, Sweden, Austria, Ghana and Denmark. Various international collaboration programs further contribute to Jiangsu University School of Medicine’s pursuit in education, research, and health service.
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