Foreign Students Of Nanjing Medical University Actively Participate In Anti-Epidemic Activities

1. Introduction to Nanjing Medical University

Nanjing Medical University is jointly established by the Ministry of Education, and the National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China, Jiangsu Province, and is a high-level construction university in Jiangsu province. It is a pilot university for the Ministry of Education’s “Excellent Doctor Education and Training Program” and is responsible for the implementation of the “National Construction High-level University Government-sponsored Postgraduate Project”.

Nanjing Medical University is selected for the National “Characteristic Key Subject Project” construction colleges and universities, recipient institutions of China government scholarship for international students, training bases for the Jiangsu Province high-level talent training program “333 Project”, and is the founding member of the “Yangtze River Delta Medical Education Alliance”.

Nanjing Medical University was founded in 1934 when it was named Jiangsu Provincial College of Medical and Political Science. In 1957, it moved from Zhenjiang to Nanjing and was renamed Nanjing Medical College. In 1962, it was listed as the first batch of six-year medical colleges in the country. In 1981, it was approved as the first batch of doctoral and master degree-granting units in the country. In 1993, it was renamed Nanjing Medical University.

As of May 2021, Nanjing Medical University has a Jiangning campus, a Wutai campus, and a Kangda College Lianyungang campus; there are 19 colleges (including Kangda College), 25 undergraduate majors; 25 affiliated hospitals and more than 50 teaching hospitals; 8 first-level discipline doctoral programs, 54 second-level discipline doctoral programs, and 4 interdisciplinary doctoral programs; 11 first-level discipline master programs; 6 post-doctoral research mobile stations; 1800 in-service teaching and administrative staff, and the total number of students is more than 18,000.

2. Majors of Nanjing Medical University

Studying seven-year clinical medicine in Nanjing: 

Cultivate senior medical talents who can grasp broad knowledge of natural sciences and basic theories of biomedicine, who boast strong clinical practice and interpersonal communication skills, good professional ethics, and humanistic qualities, and who study this major at Nanjing Medical University in Nanjing with innovation, entrepreneurial spirit, basic quality, and good development potential to participate in modern medical science and technology competition. They should possess profound medical basic theories and proficient clinical practice skills, and master basic skills in the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, prevention, and health care of human diseases.

Students studying this major at Nanjing Medical University in Nanjing can classify and identify the etiology and pathogenesis of human diseases, have a good professional attitude, and be able to engage in clinical medicine and teaching; At the time of graduation, the medical technology level of students should reach the standard of the first stage of standardized training for resident doctors, that is, preliminarily reach the technical level of low-level resident doctors in Grade III, Class A hospitals.

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3. Foreign students of Nanjing Medical University actively participate in anti-epidemic activities

During the epidemic, Nanjing Medical University international students actively participated in anti-epidemic activities held by the school and Guangdong Province. 22 foreign students from 18 countries took the initiative to participate in the campus epidemic prevention work.

Wearing red volunteer vests, they helped to measure students’ body temperature at some entrances and exits of the school, which became a beautiful landscape for the school to fight the epidemic. 14 foreign students from 13 countries have established an international student service team to assist the Eighth People’s Hospital of Guangzhou in carrying out emotional comfort work during the diagnosis and treatment of foreign asymptomatic infected patients.