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    Nanjing Medical University

    Nanjing Medical University of Chinese Medicine

     
    The Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, is located in Nanjing, capital of China's Jiangsu province.
     
    Address - 138 Xianlin Ave, Qixia Qu, Nanjing Shi, Jiangsu Sheng, China, 210046
    Contact no: +86 25 8581 1001
    Province: Jiangsu
    It is Founded in 15 October 1954
    President of Nanjing Medical University of Chinese Medicine is  Hu Gang 
    Students of Nanjing Medical University of Chinese Medicine are around 20,000

     

    Study MBBS in Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine

    Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine (NJUCM)  was established in the year 1954, and is located in Nanjing, capital of China's Jiangsu province. which is one of the earliest established universities of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. NJUCM has Xianlin and Hanzhongmen campuses. Currently, it has nearly 20,000 enrolled students. Xianlin is the new campus of the NJUCM that was opened up in 2002, covering 418,253 square meters of buildings for teaching, experiments, libraries, administrative offices, student dormitories and etc.

    The university consists of 17 schools and institutes, as well as several affiliated hospitals and companies. As a leader in Chinese Medicine, NJUCM has successfully developed clinical research and teaching. Nanjing University China  Provide Best Hostel Facilities for Boys and Girls, Bus Facilities, Fees details 2018-2019,Hostel Rules and Regulations, Contact Details, Fee Structure, Admission Procedure, Courses.

    Library

    The first library was founded in 1954, which was known as the Library of Jiangsu Traditional Chinese Medicine Training School, the libraries have more than 3,000 kinds and 40,000 volumes of ancient books, which consist of 40% of the existing ancient Chinese Medicine books. Every year, the libraries provides an open access to 1,056 kinds of printed Chinese and foreign journals, about 1 million Chinese and foreign electronic books, 21,000 kinds of journals as well as 96 kinds of database resources. The Library has been transforming itself into a characteristic university library of both knowledge and research type by insistently taking the resources, technology and services as the centre, with the purpose of promoting the application of Chinese medicine literature resources.

    International and WHO Collaboration

    The NJUCM is one of the first advanced Chinese Medicine institutions authorized by the Ministry of Education to enroll international students as well as students from Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. In 1993, NJUCM pioneered the practice of cooperating with RMIT University, Australia to facilitate the Bachelor program of Chinese Medicine. It has established 8 overseas Chinese Medicine Centres in succession respectively in Oceania, Europe and America. Its three TCM centres, Sino-Australia, Sino-Switzerland and Sino-France centres have become national-level overseas Chinese medicine centre. The NJUCM makes every effort to promote the understanding of Chinese Medicine in foreign countries with special focus in developing Confucius Institute and overseas Chinese Medicine Center. The NJUCM currently has extensive communication and contact with over 90 countries and regions worldwide, and has established partnership with higher education institutions, government agencies and academic groups in over 30 countries and regions. 

    The NJUCM was designated as the WHO Collaborating Centre for Traditional Medicine on 5th August, 1983. Currently, it has entered the 9th tenure consecutively. Terms of reference are: to contribute to WHO’s efforts to increase the public awareness and knowledge sharing of traditional medicine facilitating its availability,

    Weather

    The annual mean temperature is around 15.91 °C (60.6 °F), with the monthly 24-hour average temperature ranging from 2.7 °C (36.9 °F) in January to 28.1 °C (82.6 °F) in July. Extremes since 1951 have ranged from −14.0 °C (7 °F) on 6 January 1955 to 40.7 °C (105 °F) , On average precipitation falls 115 days out of the year, and the average annual rainfall is 1,090 mm (43 in). With monthly percent possible sunshine ranging from 37 percent in March to 52 percent in August, the city receives 1,926 hours of bright sunshine annually.

    Overseas medical study is number one consultancy in India which is providing admissions in this university, this consultancy enroll almost 250 student a year in this university. There above 1500 students from India studying in this university in various medical fields (MBBS). The atmosphere in this university is homely and students from India doesn't face any problem in studying there.

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