MBBS IN CHINA
The curriculum places a particular emphasis on medicine with the university facilitating 25 specialties for undergraduate students and 17 specialties for academic education. Over 50,000 students have been educated at XMU The area of campus is over 3 million square feet.
At Present , XMU has eight medical and allied colleges: the Medical College, Public Health College, Traditional Medicine College, Basic Medical Sciences College, Pharmacy College, Nurses Training College, Continuing Education College, and Vocational College.
Xinjiang Medical University is affiliated with all hospitals in the region and, as of 2010, manages 40 clinical positions throughout these centres. The foremost affiliated hospital facilitates clinical teaching, internship placements for PhD students, a seven-year training program for postgraduate students and supervision of international students.
In 2010, the teaching faculty consisted of 1163 professors and assistant professors, and 4290 employees in other roles.The university has instituted 400 supervisory positions for doctorate and masters students.
The campus has a number of buildings from the late Russian era in Xinjiang. Xinjiang Medical University campus has been completely updated and modernized and a library, canteens, hospitals and training centers are included facilities. The experimental laboratories include modern bio information processing systems and models.
In 1995, the university built a new library building which now covers 16,000 m2 and has over 1.07 million books. There are more than 1,300 periodicals and journals available in Chinese and other languages. Six book databases have been introduced and there is a connection to Partners Harvard Medical International‘s library database. The library seats more than 2500 in the readers area and over 350 in the electronic library access area.
The International Education College of the Xinjiang Medical University has recruited medical students since 2001. As of April 2008, more than 500 students were studying at the college and there are over 400 faculty members. In January 2009, the Government of the People’s Republic of China announced a scholarship program that seeks to award students who perform well in the Faculty of Sciences (FSc) Pre-Medical degree. The students are required to study clinical medicine in Chinese for six years, and a passing score on the HSK band 3 (or above) is to be attained by scholarship holders within one year of admission.