Southeast University MBBS Program
Southeast University MBBS program is approved by the Ministry of Education of China, according to Provisional Regulations on Quality Control Standards of English-Taught Medical Undergraduate Education for International Students in China. Southeast University is one of the qualified universities in China to enroll international students in the English-taught undergraduate program of medicine. To accelerate its step of internationalization, Southeast University will continue to enroll international students in the English-taught undergraduate program of medicine. The program aims to cultivate qualified international medical professionals, giving due consideration to the possible needs of them to serve in their motherland or other countries.
After completing the total required credits, students will be conferred diploma by Southeast University and qualified students will receive the Bachelor Degree of Medicine Science (MBBS). Graduates will have the opportunity to enroll for Physician Qualification Exam according to the relative regulations of the respective country. Taught in English, the program is open to international students in pursuit of the science and practice of medicine, whose courses are offered by Medical College, SEU.
Medical College of Southeast University, originating from Nanjing Railway Medical College, whose origin can be traced back to the Medical College of the Central University founded in 1935, was merged to Southeast University in 2000. It enjoys its prestige home and abroad for its long history and high-quality education.
College of Medicine, Southeast University (SEU), is located by the scenic Xuanwu Lake in Nanjing, a historic and cultural city of China, bordering Hunan Street, a national famous business street. The campus boasts beautiful sceneries all around the year. The College of Medicine has been an important base in the national medical education.
With 193,000 sq. m. of modern teaching and laboratory buildings, gymnasiums and libraries, College of Medicine, SEU covers the total area of 263,000 sq. m. The libraries collect 400,000 copies of books and 1500 kinds of foreign periodicals. The Clinical Experimental Center, which is under construction, will facilitate the medical students with modern clinical techniques, by means of the simulative electronic patient system. There are 19 hospitals attached to College of Medicine, SEU, more than 40 laboratory hospitals spreading across the country.
(Source: Southeast University)
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