SHANDONG MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

Shandong Universityis a public comprehensive university in Shandong, China. It is one of the largest universities in China by student population (57,500 full-time students in 2009 and is supported directly by the national government.Shandong University is one of the initiative universities of modern Chinese higher education. Its medical school, established in 1864, signified the beginning of modern Chinese higher education. Its main body, Shandong Imperial College (Shandong Da Xue Tang) established in 1901, was the second national university in China, only after the Imperial University of Peking. Moreover, it was the first university to be established and run in accordance with a chartered constitution.

The university currently has

  • 4 affiliated hospitals
  • 3 non-subordinate affiliated hospitals
  • 11 teaching hospitals.

It also enjoys a teaching and administrative staff of 7,782 (not including affiliated hospitals). Its full-time student population totals up to 60,000, of which 41,103 are full-time undergraduates, 16,607 are postgraduates and 1,813 are international students. It also has an excellent faculty team of 1,107 professors, including 907 doctoral supervisors.
Shandong University provides 2 national key first-level disciplines (including eight second-level disciplines), 14 national key second-level disciplines, 3 key national second-level disciplines under cultivation, and 70 provincial key disciplines, covering the 4 disciplinary fields of liberal arts, science, engineering and medicine.

Shandong University is one of the largest ranges of academic disciplines in China. There are at present 12 general disciplines for undergraduates and postgraduates, namely

  • Philosophy
  • Economics
  • Law
  • Education
  • Literature
  • History
  • Science
  • Engineering
  • Agriculture
  • Medicine
  • Management
  • Fine arts.

There are 40 first-level doctoral programs, 55 first-level master degree programs, 3 professional doctoral programs, 27 professional master degree programs, 118 programs for undergraduates, 38 mobile post-doctoral research stations, forming a complete system for cultivation of talent.

Head 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th Year
Tuition Fee 45,000 RMB 45,000 RMB 45,000 RMB 45,000 RMB 45,000 RMB
Hostel Fee 9000 RMB 9000 RMB 9000 RMB 9000 RMB 9000 RMB
Visa Extension 800 RMB 800 RMB 800 RMB 800 RMB 800 RMB
Insurance 800 RMB 800 RMB 800 RMB 800 RMB 800 RMB
Yearly Expense 55600 RMB 55600 RMB 55600 RMB 55600 RMB 55600 RMB
Total in 5 years 278000 RMB

*NOTE: MISC CHARGES to be paid in the University in 1st year 2500RMB-3000RMB
* Fee is subject to change as per the decision of MEA, China & the exchange rate
* 1 RMB= Rs. 10/-

Climate: Shandong has a temperate climate, lying in the transition between the humid subtropical and humid continental zones with four distinct seasons. Summers are hot and rainy (except for a few coastal areas), while winters are cold and dry. Average temperatures are −5 to 1 °C (23 to 34 °F) in January and 24 to 28 °C (75 to 82 °F) in July. Annual precipitation is 550 to 950 mm (22 to 37 in), the vast majority of which occurs during summer, due to monsoonalinfluences.

Transportation: There are 8 civil airports in Shandong: Jinan, Qingdao, Yantai, Weihai, Weifang, Linyi, Dongying, and Jining. Among these airports, Yaoqiang Airport in Jinan, Liuting Airport in Qingdao, and Laishan Airport in Yantai are international airports, and the airports in Dingying and Jining are united airlines. We have opened 176 airlines leading to 44 cities and regions, including 14 international airlines, which are destinated towards many countries and regions in the world such as Japan, Korean, Singapore, Thailand, Russia, Hong Kong and Macao, etc.

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