Yangzhou University (YZU)

College of Medicine, Yangzhou University (YZU) was founded in 1950. It is among the first batch of colleges across the country to establish the major of gynecology and obstetrics, and enroll undergraduates in the field of combined Chinese-Western medicine. It is also the only college setting up the major of clinical prevention and curing of dermatitis and venereal disease (VD). Since 1989, it is designated by the Ministry of Public Health as the base for cultivating professionals in preventing and curing dermatitis and VD, and by the Ministry of Justice as the base for cultivating professionals in penological medicine and restoring the mental health of criminals.

China Medical University (CMU)

China Medical University is a university in the city of Shenyang, Liaoning,China under the provincial and central governments. The China Medical University (CMU) has been teaching medicine in English medium since 1978. The MBBS (bilingual teaching in Japanese and Chinese) programs has been listed by WHO's World Directory and it has reached a leading level in China and won high international reputations. It is situated in Shenyang, the largest metropolis in northeastern China.

Jiangsu Medical University (UJS)

Jiangsu University (UJS) is a key comprehensive university under the control of Jiangsu Province. It has the same origin with Nanjing University and Southeast University, whose history can be traced back to the Sanjiang Normal College in 1902. Located in the beautiful tourist city-Zhenjiang, UJS ranks among the top 100 universities in China. Currently, the university covers an area of 501.6 acres and registers 42,000 students, including 7,200 graduates and 200 international students. There are 24 colleges, 83 undergraduate programs, involving Engineering, Science, Medicine, Art, Economics, Law, Management, Pedagogy and History etc 9 disciplines.

Jilin University

Founded in 1946 as the Northeast College of Administration in Harbin, Heilongjiang, Jilin University merged with many Universities and colleges and changed its name many times. In May 1948, the Northeast Administration College merged with the Harbin University and was renamed Northeast Academy of Science. In November 1948, the Northeast Academy of Science moved to Shenyang, Liaoning and restored the name of Northeast Administration College. In 1950, it was renamed to the Northeast People's University. After the Korean War broke out, the Northeast People's University evacuated toChangchun, Jilin. In 1958, it was renamed "Jilin University."[11] In 2000, the Jilin University of Technology, the Bethune Medical University, the Changchun University of Science and Technology and the Changchun Institute of Posts and Telecommunications merged with JLU. On August 29, 2004, the University of Military Logistics became another campus of JLU. The Zhuhai campus was established in 2003.

Soochow Medical University

Soochow University is located in the ancient town of Suzhou, also called "Paradise on Earth". The university is part of the national "211 Project" and is a "2011 Plan" university. It is also one of the Jiangsu provincial key comprehensive universities. It has grown from the former Soochow University founded in 1900. It now has three major campuses: main campus, Dushu Lake Campus, and the Yangcheng Lake Campus, covering an area of 2,705,000 square meters with a total building area more than 182 million square meters.

Southeast University (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. In the past years, it has cultivated more than 20,000 graduates, including some academicians of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and other many noted medical experts home and abroad.

Tongji Medical University

Founded by the German doctor Erich Paulun in 1907, Tongji University School of Medicine (TUSM) has been committed to continuing its tradition of excellence in teaching, research and health service. TUSM maintains a dedicated and outstanding faculty of over 1300 physicians, surgeons and researchers, and bring together a group of diverse and talented students interested in becoming an outstanding health-care practitioner and researcher. TUSM has nine departments focusing on basic medicine education and research, and eight affiliated hospitals with over 5000 registered beds in total are responsible for students’ clinical training and rotations, and to provide a supportive environment to translate medical knowledge into daily patient care.

Fudan Medical University

Fudan University, located in Shanghai, is one of the oldest and most selective universities in China, and is a member of the C9 League and Universities 21. Its institutional predecessor was founded in 1905, shortly before the end of China's imperial Qing dynasty. Fudan University is composed of four campuses, including Handan, fenglin, Zhangjiang, Jiangwan.

Zhejiang Medical University(ZCMU)

Zhejiang Chinese Medical University is located near the south bank of Qianjiang River, in the city of Hangzhou, a world-famous tourist resort known for its beautiful scenery and rich cultural heritage. Based on Zhejiang Training School of TCM, founded in 1953, Zhejiang College of TCM was officially established in 1959 and relocated at the present place in 2000. In February 2006, it was renamed as Zhejiang Chinese Medical University (ZCMU). In 1998, ZCMU was the first one among the provincial universities to be authorized to grant doctoral degree.

Xuzhou Medical University

Xuzhou Medical College (XZMC), located in Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province, is a public, fully accredited institution of higher education under the direct administration of Jiangsu Provincial Government. Since her establishment in 1958 till now, XZMC has developed into the center of medical education, services, and research in the northern Jiangsu Province and in the Huaihai Economic Zone.As a leading medical institution, Xuzhou Medical College educates potential medical professionals with professional preparation from the baccalaureate through the doctorate.

Xinjiang Medical University

Xinjiang Medical College, is a medical university in Urumqi, the capital of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China. It was ratified by the National Ministry of Education in 1998 and entitled by Jiang Zemin.The curriculum places a particular emphasis on medicine, management and linguistics, with the university facilitating 25 specialties for undergraduate students and 17 specialties for academic education. Over 50,000 students have been educated at XMU.[1] In 2010, 13,100 students were enrolled at the university, with 5,405 people employed in teaching positions. XMU is at the base of Carp Hill in northeast Urumqi and consists of a campus that is over 3 million square feet.

Xi'an Jiaotong University

Xi'an Jiaotong University, a national key university under the direct jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education, is one of the country's oldest institutions of higher learning. Founded in Shanghai in 1896 as Nanyang Public, it was renamed Jiaotong University in 1921. In 1956, at the direction of the State Council, the university was moved to Xi'an, and renamed Xi'an Jiaotong University (XJTU). As one of the country's national key universities, it was included in the first group of universities singled out for high priority development under the country's seventh and eighth five year plans. It was also included in the first group of universities to benefit from Project 211 and Project 985, with the goal of becoming a world class university. Under a plan adopted by the State Council in April, 2000, the original Xi'an Jiaotong University was merged with the Xi'an Medical University and the Shaanxi Institute of Finance and Economics to form the new Xi'an Jiaotong University.

Shandong Medical University

Shandong University is one of the oldest and prestigious universities in China and was founded in 1901. The Ministry of Education approved the university as a "national key comprehensive university." In 2001, it was listed among the 21 national key construction first-class universities by the Ministry of Education. Shandong University, located in Jinan, the capital city of Shandong Province, covers a total area of approximately 3.6 square kilometers. Besides; the university has a branch in Weihai, a coastal city in Shandong province. Shandong University consists of 30 colleges and a graduate school. Courses are offered in 10 main academic disciplines: philosophy, economics, law, literature, history, natural sciences, engineering, management, education and medicine.

Sun Yat-Sen Medical University

Sun Yat-sen University (SYSU), originally known as Guangdong University, was founded in 1924 by Dr.Sun Yat-sen, a great democratic revolutionary leader of the 20th century. Comprising 4 campuses of 1525 acres, SYSU is located in Guangzhou of Guangdong province, neighboring Hong Kong and Macao. Being one of the leading universities in China, SYSU is a comprehensive university directly under the MOE and listed in the "Project 985" and "Project 211". Now it has 36 colleges, 5 directly affiliated departments, 5 affiliated comprehensive hospitals and 3 affiliated specialized hospitals with a total of 8,202 beds. And the students on campus amount to over 70,000 including 1,585 from foreign countries.

Huazhong Medical University

Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) is located in Wuhan, the capital city of Hubei Province, on the central banks of the Yangtze River. The university is composed of one main campus situated near the East Lake scenic spot and a satellite medical campus located in the central business district of Hankou on the other side of the Yangtze River. HUST was established in 1952, originally under the name of Huazhong Institute of Technology. In 2000, the university merged with Tongji Medical University (founded in 1907) and Wuhan Urban Construction Institute (founded in 1952), to form the new Huazhong University of Science and Technology as it is known today.

Dalian Medical University

Dalian Medical University (DMU) was founded in 1947, originally known as Guandong Medical College. In 1949, it joined with Dalian University and the name was changed into the Medical College of Dalian University. In 1950, the organizational system of Dalian University was cancelled and since then Dalian Medial College had become an independent college. In 1969, the college moved to Zunyi, a city of Guizhou Province, to establish the Zunyi Medical College. And in 1978, the college moved back to its original location in Dalian, still with the name of Dalian Medical College. In 1994, approved by the State Education Commission (SEC), DMU adopted its present name. Nowadays, the university has fledged into a multi-disciplinary medical university which also offers programs in other fields like arts, science, management, and law..

Zhengzhou University

Zhengzhou University (ZZU in short) is admitted into Project 211, the Midwest Universities Comprehensive Strength Promotion Project, and the Joint Constructive Project co-sponsored by the Ministry of Education and the People’s Government of Henan Province. Of the overall area of 5,700 mu, ZZU is composed of four campuses, i.e. the main campus (No.100 Kexue Road, Zhengzhou city), the south campus (No.75 Daxue North Road, Zhengzhou city), the north campus (No. 97 Wenhua Road, Zhengzhou city), and the east campus (Daxue North Road, Zhengzhou city). ZZU enrolls in China over 56,000 full-time undergraduates and 15,000 full-time postgraduates, as well as in 60 oversea countries and regions more than 1,600 international students.

Nanjing Medical University

Nanjing Medical University was founded in 1934 as Jiangsu Provincial College of Health Policy and Management. In 1993, it was renamed Nanjing Medical University. It is one of the key universities sponsored by Jiangsu Province. The university has two campuses, Wutai and Jiangning. Wutai Campus, located at the south foot of Wutai Hill in Gulou District, Nanjing, has a land area of eight hectares and is a center of clinical teaching and research. Jiangning Campus, located in the university town in Jiangning, Nanjing, has a land area of eighty-seven hectares and is a center of teaching and research.