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MBBS in China
  • Capital: Beijing
  • Population: 5.4 million
  • Area : 9.6 million sq km (3.7 million sq miles)
  • Major languages : Mandarin, Chinese
  • Major religions : Buddhism, Christianity, Islam
  • Life expectancy : 72 years (men), 76 years (women)
  • Currency : Renminbi (yuan) (1 USD = 6.5 Renminbi)
  • Flight time from India: 10hour
 
Where is China?

Located in Southeast Asia along the coastline of the Pacific Ocean, China is the world's third largest country, after Russia and Canada. With an area of 9.6 million square kilometers and a coastline of 18,000 kilometers, its shape on the map is like a rooster. With a population of over 1.3 billion residents, the People's Republic of China is the most densely populated nation in the world. China consists of twenty-two provinces, four municipalities, five autonomous regions, and two specially administered regions. The capital of China is Beijing. It reaches Mohe in Heilongjiang Province as its northern end, Zengmu Ansha (or James Shoal) to the south, Pamirs to the west, and expands to the eastern border at the conjunction of the Heilongjiang (Amur) River and the Wusuli (Ussuri) River, spanning about 50 degrees of latitude and 62 degrees of longitude. China is bordered by 14 countries -- Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Burma, India, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakstan, Mongolia, and Russia. Marine-side neighbors include eight countries -- North Korea, Korea, Japan, Philippines, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam.

What is the capital of China?

Beijing is the capital city of the Republic of China. In the past it was known as Peking in English, lot of people are also confused because of the change of name. The Republic of China is divided into sixteen districts and two counties. After Shanghai, Beijing is the second largest city of the country. Beijing is very busy city and is the main point of numerous international flights to the Republic of China. Beijing is the main transportation area with loads of motorways, railways and roads. The capital city also hosted in 2008 the Olympic Games. The word Beijing means northern capital. To the Chinese Postal Map Romanization, Beijing is the name of the city. Several times the city has been renamed, in Jin Dynasty the city was called Zhongdu, during the rule of Mongol Yuan Dynasty the city was known as Dadu for the Chinese and Daidu to the Mongols. In the history of China it is said that the earliest trace of humanity are found in near the village of Zhoukoudian in the caves of Dragon Bone Hill.

Which is the largest city in China?

Shanghai is the undisputed largest and wealthiest city in China. With a name synonymous with world trade, Shanghai has the largest and busiest port in terms of containers and cargo tonnage, a grand business district,two large airports (Pudong and Hongqiao).

What is the currency of China?

The renminbi is the official currency of the People's Republic of China. The name (simplified Chinese: 人民币; traditional Chinese: 人民幣; pinyin: rénmínbì) literally means "people's currency". The yuan (Chinese: 元/圆; pinyin: yuán) (sign: ¥) is the basic unit of the renminbi, but is also used to refer to the Chinese currency generally, especially in international contexts. The distinction between the terms renminbi and yuan is similar to that between sterling and pound, which respectively refer to the British currency and its primary unit.[4] One yuan is subdivided into 10 jiao (Chinese: 角; pinyin: jiǎo), and a jiao in turn is subdivided into 10 fen (Chinese: 分; pinyin: fēn). The ISO code for renminbi (which may also be used for the yuan) is CNY (an abbreviation for "Chinese yuan"), or also CNH when traded in off-shore markets such as Hong Kong.[5] The currency is often abbreviated RMB, or indicated by the yuan sign ¥. The latter may be written CN¥ to distinguish it from other currencies with the same symbol (such as the Japanese yen).[citation needed] In Chinese texts the currency may also be indicated with the Chinese character for the yuan, 圆 (or 元 informally).

What is the official language of China?

Chinese (漢語) comprises of seven main dialects, Mandarin (官話), Cantonese (廣州話, 廣府話), Hakka (客家話), Wu (吳語), Min (閩語), Xiang (湘語), and Gan (贛語) (figure). The variety of Mandarin based on the speech in the capital Beijing is the official national language of mainland China and is termed Pŭtōnghuà (普通話, Common language). The common language in Hong Kong and overseas Chinese communities is Cantonese. The major languages spoken in Taiwan are Mandarin, Taiwanese (a variety of Min), and Hakka. Six of the seven main dialects are in the southeast of Chinese, south of the Yangtze river. Mandarin is spoken in most of northern China and part of western China.

What is the religion of China?

China is a multi-religious country. Taoism, Buddhism, lslamism, Protestantism and Catholicism have all developed quite a following in this country. Freedom of belief is a government policy, and normal religious activities are protected by the constitution.

What is the literacy rate of China?

According to the statistics compiled by UNICEF, the adult literacy rate of China is 96.4%.

When is the national day of China celebrated?

The National Day of the People's Republic of China (simplified Chinese: 国庆节; traditional Chinese: 國慶節; pinyin: guóqìng jié) is celebrated every year on October 1. It is a public holiday in the People's Republic of China to celebrate their national day.

What is the economy of China like?

The Chinese economy experienced astonishing growth in the last few decades that catapulted the country to become the world's second largest economy. In 1978—when China started the program of economic reforms—the country ranked ninth in nominal gross domestic product (GDP) with USD 214 billion; 35 years later it jumped up to second place with a nominal GDP of USD 9.2 trillion. Since the introduction of the economic reforms in 1978, China has become the world’s manufacturing hub, where the secondary sector (comprising industry and construction) represented the largest share of GDP. However, in recent years, China’s modernization propelled the tertiary sector and, in 2013, it became the largest category of GDP with a share of 46.1%, while the secondary sector still accounted for a sizeable 45.0% of the country’s total output. Meanwhile, the primary sector’s weight in GDP has shrunk dramatically since the country opened to the world. China weathered the global economic crisis better than most other countries. In November 2008, the State Council unveiled a CNY 4.0 trillion (USD 585 billion) stimulus package in an attempt to shield the country from the worst effects of the financial crisis. The massive stimulus program fuelled economic growth mostly through massive investment projects, which triggered concerns that the country could have been building up asset bubbles, overinvestment and excess capacity in some industries. Given the solid fiscal position of the government, the stimulus measures did not derail China’s public finances. The global downturn and the subsequent slowdown in demand did, however, severely affect the external sector and the current account surplus has continuously diminished since the financial crisis.

Benefits Study MBBS in China
  • Medium of Instructions in English.
  • Admission procedure is simple.
  • No entrance examination.
  • Simple Visa process
  • Internationally recognized
  • Low tuition fees and living expenses.
  • Easy access
  • Duration is 5+1
Entry Deadline:

July 15 September Intake

Documents required :-
  • A photocopy of the mark sheet 10th.
  • A photocopy of the mark sheet 12th.
  • A photocopy 12th provisional certificate.
  • A copy of the first and last page of the passport (if ready).
Eligibility:-

He / she must have obtained 50% marks in Physics / Chemistry / Biology / English in the XII or 12th and reserved category 40%.

Application Fee for the University –

100$ each University

Name of Universities :-
  1. CAPITAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  2. JILIN UNIVERSITY
  3. DALIAN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  4. CHINA MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  5. TIANJIN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  6. SHANDONG UNIVERSITY
  7. FUDAN UNIVERSITY
  8. XINJIANG MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  9. NANJING MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  10. JIANGSU UNIVERSITY
  11. WENZHOU MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  12. ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITY
  13. WUHAN UNIVERSITY
  14. HUAZHONG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
  15. XI’AN JIAOTONG UNIVERSITY
  16. SOUTHERN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  17. JINAN UNIVERSITY
  18. GUANGXI MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  19. SICHUAN UNIVERSITY
  20. CHONGQING MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  21. CAPITAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  22. HARBIN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  23. BEIHUA UNIVERSITY
  24. LIAONING MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  25. QINGDAO UNIVERSITY
  26. HEBEI MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  27. NINGXIA MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  28. TONGJI UNIVERSITY
  29. SHIHEZI UNIVERSITY
  30. SOUTHEAST UNIVERSITY
  31. YANGZHOU UNIVERSITY
  32. NANTONG UNIVERSITY
  33. SOOCHOW UNIVERSITY
  34. NINGBO UNIVERSITY
  35. FUJIAN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  36. ANHUI MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  37. XUZHOU MEDICAL COLLEGE
  38. CHINA THREE GORGES UNIVERSITY
  39. ZHENGZHOU UNIVERSITY
  40. GUANGZHOU MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  41. SUN YAT-SEN UNIVERSITY
  42. SHANTOU UNIVERSITY
  43. KUNMING MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  44. SOUTHWEST MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  45. NORTH SICHUAN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
  46. XIAMEN UNIVERSITY
University Recognized by :-

WHO, MCI, USA, FAIMER

Time required to Issue Admission letter from the University -

1 month

Visa Processing Time :-

10 Days

All types of fees :-
  • Duration - 6 years
  • English Medium
  • Tuition Fees start from USD 4000$ to 8000$
  • Hostel Charges – 600USD per year
  • Indian Mess available ( breakfast lunch dinner ) - 1300 USD per year
  • Ticket Cost - From Delhi one way Rs 25000- Return Rs 33000
Required Documents for Visa-

Your valid and actual passport with blank visa pages and at least 6-month period of validity (counting from the day you submit the application);
Fill in the Visa Application Form (Q1), attached with 2-inch passport photo (black & white or colored are all accepted);
he Entrance Notice of Schools in China and Foreign Student Visa Application Form (JW201 or JW202, Only originals are accepted);
If you intend to study in China for over one year, the Physical Examination Certificate for Foreign Citizen is highly required.

Processing charges

Rs.1.50 to 2.00 lacs towards following services:-
  • Arrange admission
  • Documents appostile
  • Obtaining eligibility certificate from MCI
  • Visa assistance
  • Airport pickup
  • Accommodation assistance
  • One year Medical Insurance
 
   
 
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