MBBS in China

MBBS in Zhejiang University (ZJU)

Zhejiang University School of Medicine was first founded as Chekiang (Zhejiang) College of Medicine in 1912. It became the Medical School of Chekiang (Zhejiang) University later, and again separated from the university and eventually developed into Zhejiang Medical University in 1960. In 1998, former Zhejiang University, Hangzhou University, Zhejiang Agricultural University and Zhejiang Medical University were merged to form a new Zhejiang University. The following year, School of Medicine (ZUSM) was re-established and became the largest school among 22 schools and colleges of Zhejiang University. Although ZUSM has changed its names and locations several times, it remains the most eminent medical institutions in the region. Today it ranks as one of the top ten medical educational institutions in China, whose dynamics and strengths in medical education, scientific research and clinical practice are well recognized.


The school currently has seven affiliated hospitals, more than 20 research centers, 13 national and provincial key laboratories and seven departments including: department of Basic Medical Sciences, Department of Public Health, Department of Stomatology, Department of Nursing and three departments of Clinical Medicine. Both undergraduate programs and postgraduate programs are provided, fields covering Biomedicine, Public Health, Clinical Medicine, Stomatology, Nursing, and etc.


ZUSM boasts rich human resources, reliable, well- established, and capable of fulfilling educational, academic or health service missions. There are more than 1,000 full-time or part-time professors and associate professors including four members of National Academy of Science and Engineering devoted to undergraduate and postgraduate programs. The school currently offers five-year program for bachelor degree , eight-year M.D. program and six -year MBBS (in English Media) in medicine.


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

M.B.B.S. program

The program takes six years to complete.

Year / Courses 1st Semester 2nd Semester
1st Academic year (Pre-Med) Basic Mathematics for Medicine I & II Introduction to Modern Biological Science,

General Physics,

Chinese
General Physics lab,

Organic Chemistry,

Cell Biology,

Chinese,

History of Medicine
2nd Academic Year (Pre-Clinic) Systematic anatomy,

Biochemistry (including Lab),

Histology& embryology,

Chinese
Regional anatomy,

Medical Genetics,

Physiology,
Chinese Medical Psychology
3rd Academic Year (Pre-Clinic) Pathology,
Pathophysiology,
Medical Immunology,
Medical Chinese,
Survey of China,
Preventive medicine
Microbiology,
Pharmacology,
Introduction of Surgery,

Forensic medicine Medicine I
5th Academic Year (Clinic) Medicine III,
Surgery III,
Pediatrics Introduction of Family Medicine Infectious diseases
Neurology,
Psychiatry,
Dermatology and Venereology,
Ophthalmology,
Clinical Training Otorhinolaryngology,
Stomatology,
Emergency medicine
6th Academic Year (Clinic) Senior clerkship,
Clinical Science Exam
Senior clerkship,
Graduation Exam

*The students must score 190 in HSK(Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi, the Chinese Proficiency Test) Level Ⅳ or above and pass HSKK(HSK Speaking Test) Intermediate Level before taking the senior clerkship in China.

*More than top 20% students can get outstanding academic performance scholarship every year.


⊹ Requirements for Admission

M.B.B.S. candidates must have passed examination with minimum percentage of marks over 70% aggregate in physics, chemistry, and biology (Zoology &Botany), and provide a high school diploma, transcript. And the candidates must be of the age between 17 years and 30 years on 31st December of the year of admission.

⊹ Fee

1.) Registration: 400 Chinese Yuan(US$ 70)

2.) Tuition: 42,800 Chinese Yuan(Approx US$ 7,000) /year for M.B.B.S

3.) Accommodation: 6,000 Chinese Yuan (Approx US$1000)/year/person, for twin rooms

4.) Residence permit: 400 Chinese Yuan(US$70)/year

5.) Health examination: 400 Chinese Yuan(US$70)

6.) Health insurance: Covered by University Health insurance plan (see details)

7.) Miscellaneous: Food 8,000 Chinese Yuan(US$1,350)/year

* The fee for accommodation excludes electricity and water bill.

⊹ Hostels and Food

Students are expected to live in the International Students Dormitory, where twin rooms or four-bed rooms are available. Almost every room is equipped with telephone, internet access, private bathroom with shower and air-conditioners. Public kitchens and washing machines are also accessible to students in the dormitory. The University has on all its campuses several convenient and inexpensive restaurants where a good variety of Chinese and Western foods are served. There is also a small restaurant to serve Muslim food.