Dalian Medical University
MBBS IN CHINA, STUDY MBBS IN CHINA IN DALIAN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY,
Dalian Medical University is on the approval Status of the following Organization:
World Health Organization (WHO).
General Medical Council, UK (GMC)
Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC)
China Medical Council,
Indian Medical Council
Bangladesh Medical Council
Nepal Medical Council,
Canadian Medical Council
Dalian Medical University (DMU) was founded in 1947, originally known as Guangdong Medical College. In 1949, it joined with Dalian University and the name was changed into the Medical College of Dalian University. In 1950, the organizational system of Dalian University was cancelled and since then Dalian Medial College had become an independent college. In 1969, the college moved to Zunyi, a city of Guizhou Province, to establish the Zunyi Medical College. And in 1978, the college moved back to its original location in Dalian, still with the name of Dalian Medical College.
In 1994, approved by the State Education Commission (SEC), DMU adopted its present name. Nowadays, the university has fledged into a multi-disciplinary medical university which also offers programs in other fields like arts, science, management, and law. Dalian Medical University occupies an area of 1,139,700 square meters, with the floorage amounting to 382,900 square meters. The total fixed asset is 224 million RMB, and all the teaching and research equipment and facilities are worth about 82.56 million RMB. The university now has 25 management organizations, 14 second-level schools, 4 directly affiliated organizations, 5 affiliated hospitals, 3 of which are indirectly under the university, and 38 clinical teaching bases.
The new campus of Dalian Medical University is located in the middle of the south of Lvshun Binhai Road. With 45 independent buildings, the South Campus is the main area for teaching, living and sports. The North Campus is the second programming project.
Carrying forward the history and initiating a new epoch, Dalian Medical University is sparing no efforts to establish itself as an advanced, multi-disciplinary, multi-level and comprehensive teaching and researching medical university.
- Dalian Medical University established in 1947.
- Recognized by World Health Organization (WHO).PMDC, GMC, DMC, MCI
- The entire course is taught in English and authorized by the Chinese Government to conduct English language MBBS program.
- The syllabus entirely based on international standards.
- Students eligible to appear for USMLE, PLAB, PMDC and MCI (Medical Council of India) screening test.
- DMU is located in the modern and beautiful Chinese city of Dalian. This has been voted as the best and beautiful city China.
- The MBBS course duration is 6 years. While the duration of the BDS course is 5 years.
- Low fees and cost of living.
- International students already studying in large numbers.
Dalian medical university recognized by pmdc?
21 Aug 2010:
ISLAMABAD: President Asif Ali Zardari’s personal physician, Dr Asim Hussain, who also heads the Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PMDC), says Pakistani medical graduates from China would have to pass the National Equivalence Board (NEB) examination to get permission for practice in Pakistan.
“I am very clear that no Pakistani medical graduate, who had studied in a non-English speaking country, should be permitted to practice unless he or she clears the NEB, conducted by the University of Health Services UHS,” Dr Asim, Vice President of the PMDC, who is accompanying the president in his foreign tour, told The News.
He said that the PMDC had now outsourced the NEB test. When previously the PMDC used to conduct this examination, all those who appeared in it were declared successful, he said. But when the UHS had been assigned this job by the PMDC, only 10 percent candidates could pass the test, he said.” I want to see where we are wrong because the difference between the results of the PMDC and UHS is too wide,” Dr Asim said and added that there was a proposal that the conduct of the NEB examination should be rotated among different public universities of Pakistan every year.
To a question, he said that the Federal Health Ministry had recommended to the PMDC to recognize the degrees of the two Chinese medical universities. “The proposal is under consideration,” he said.
China’s Dalian Medical University and Zheng Zhou Medical University have requested recognition of their degrees.
Dalian University ranks first among 30 such institutions, which are authorized to enroll foreign students for MBBS course in English by the Chinese Education Ministry. Currently, nearly 500 Pakistani students are doing MBBS in this university.
Zheng Zhou University houses more than 100 Pakistani students with some 400 students already graduated. Pakistan’s Health Ministry and PMDC recognized the degrees of seven Chinese medical universities last year. They included Peking Union Medical College, Beijing Medical University, Shanghai Medical University, Shanghai Second Medical University, School of Stomatology in Shanghai Second Medical University, School of Medicine in Xian Jiatong University and Xinjiang Medical University.
An increasing number of Pakistani students are getting enlisted in the Chinese universities. Currently, there are more than 5,000 Pakistani students in various Chinese universities. President Asif Ali Zardari wants this number to cross 10,000. The Pakistan Embassy in China is pushing for the recognition of the degrees of China’s Dalian Medical University and Zheng Zhou Medical University at an early date, says an official.
THE NEWS newspaper. See below the page 12
Good News from Dalian Medical University
The minister of Education Ministry of China has agreed to provide the government scholarship to our university from next year to attract more high-quality foreign students, after the negotiation on the national foreign student’s administrative meeting on July 23rd. In addition, according to our excellent foreign student’s education, the Ministry plans to establish a special education base for foreign students at our university, to set a good example in the whole country. Basing on the good policy, the Dalian government also agrees to provide part scholarship for Master student for this year.
Combined various scholarships from the government and the school, the new scholarship policy are as follows:
1.For Master students enrolled: The student (who will stay in China for 3 full years) will be provided with no less than 3000RMB scholarship every year. (The student should pay full tuition fee first, the scholarship money will be provided 1-2 month later.) After the graduation, the students will be considered first for the Liaoning government full scholarship for PhD. Program.
2. For Bachelor students enrolled: The student will be provided 2000RMB scholarship every year except the internship year. (The student should pay full tuition fee first, the scholarship money will be provided 1-2 month later.) After the graduation, the students will be considered first for the Dalian government scholarship for Master Program, and enjoy the lowest tuition fee in the future study.
We hope more and more excellent medical talents will join our university, to realize your dream!
Dalian Medical University‘s Scientific Research:
The Key Lab for Cellular and Molecular Biology of Liaoning Province.
State administration of traditional Chinese medicine of People’s Republic of China Molecular Biology Lab.
Institute of Brain Disorders and the Key Lab for Brain Disorders of Liaoning Province.
The Key Lab for Cancer Genomics of Liaoning Province.
The Key Lab for Glycobiology and Glycoengineering of Liaoning Province.
The Key Lab for Specific Pathogen Free Animal of Liaoning Province.
The Key Lab for Proteomics of Liaoning Province.
The Key Lab for Treatment of Surgical Critical and Refractory Diseases with Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine of Liaoning Province.
The Key Lab for Pharmacokinetics and Drug Transport of Liaoning Province.
The Key Lab for tumor metastasis belongs to the Pathology Department of Liaoning Province.
Sino-German Center for Neuroscience of Dalian Medical University.
The university can provide different types of hostels to foreign students.
Hostel A (with attached bathroom):
girls’ hostel, which has single room and double room.
Hostel B (with attached bathroom):
Boys’ hostel, which has single room, double room and triple room.
Hostel 18 (with common bathroom):
Tuition Fee: 42,000 RMB
Hostel: 10,000 RMB
Programs offered in English:
Master’s Degree (2-3 Years) /General Scholar (1-2 Years)
- Operative Dentistry
- Restorative Dentistry,
Dalian is the second largest city of Liaoning Province, after Shenyang, the provincial capital. Dalian City is governed by the Mayor and its Dalian Municipal People’s Government.
The impression Dalian gives to the world is of a city of lawns, squares, fountains and gardens. This is all thanks to the former mayor of the city, Bo Xilai, who initiated a ‘Green Storm’ – a widespread environmental campaign which brought numerous green squares, forest parks and seaside scenic spots to the city. Of Dalian, people say it is ‘A City Built in Gardens’.
There are two things that have earned the city a great reputation. One is Football and the other is Fashion. Given the name of ‘Oriental Brazil’, it hosts many Chinese football matches and has the most successful football teams in China. The enthusiastic fans in the football club of the four-star Wanda International Hotel tell everyone how much the Chinese like this game.
The city itself is clean, well-organized and compact. Warm summers and cool winters add to the pleasant environment. The large foreign population in the city means that there is no shortage of restaurants, coffee shops, bars and shops catering to foreigners. Indeed, from the perspective of foreign students of Chinese language the only drawback to studying in Dalian is its convenience. It requires discipline to not be distracted from studying by the range of entertainment available in the city.
The city’s climate is a monsoon-influenced humid continental climate, characterized by humid summers due to the East Asian monsoon, and cold, windy, dry winters that reflect the influence of the vast Siberian anticyclone. Average low temperatures in January are at around -6° C, while average high temperatures in July are at around 27°C.