What is the program about?
Shandong University is one of the earliest universities that admitted international students to study towards M.B.B.S degree (Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery) in clinical medicine in China. The training program was launched in 2002 at SDU. The aim of this program is to train highly qualified physicians and surgeons through lecturing, laboratory teaching and supervised clinical practice. Two teaching modes, in Chinese and English respectively, are offered. Among the current international students of over 300 at SDU, most select the English teaching mode. During the first three years, students mainly study basic knowledge of humanity, culture and medicine. In the next two years Clinical courses are given by clinicians and enhanced training through affiliated teaching hospitals. The last year is for clinical rotations in different departments. Courses of study are delivered and examined fully in English. We have a good reputation among international students for the high-quality teaching program. MBBS graduates will not only achieve the requirement of a bachelor of medical knowledge, gain clinical skills and good occupational qualities but also gain the medical knowledge requirements from their countries of origin as well as the international society. The current international studentspopulation of 340 at SDU come from 32 countries and regions in Asia, Europe, America, Africa and Australia, etc.
How long does the program last?
The study duration is six years. Students must complete the course and get the degree within 8 years.
Who is eligible to apply?
Applicants should have high school diploma. Since English is the teaching medium, applicants not from English-speaking countries shall offer your TOEFL score or relevant certificate.
Cell Biology, Human Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Human Physiology, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Neuroanatomy, Human Parasitology, Medical Immunology, Medical Microbiology, Behavioral Science, Human Genetics, Pathology, Pharmacology, Pathophysiology, Preventive Medicine, Diagnostics, Operative Surgery, Internal Medicine, Surgery Medicine, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Pediatrics, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Nuclear Medicine, Medical Imageology, Infectious Diseases, Psychiatry, Medical Ethics.
The total credits for the program are 237.
Highlights of the Program
The program intends to foster practical physicians with solid basic theory, knowledge and skills of preclinical, clinical and preventive medicine. Course of study is delivered and examined fully in English. PBL teaching and pre- probation are taken frequently and repeatedly to enable the students skillful practice ability.
Shandong University takes PBL (problem-based learning) pedagogy for the MBBS medical students. Nowadays, PBL pedagogy is popular in the world, characterized by the student-centered and problem-based teaching. The PBL teaching in our medical school is based on the real clinical case. Under the guide of high-leveled tutorial team and the mode of brain storming which greatly triggers the student`s potential and passion of study, each student will deeply analyze the clinical case and make the diagnosis and treatment plans with the theoretic knowledge they learned by putting forward the problems, discussing the problems, resolving the problems. By PBL teaching, each student will develop their abilities from many aspects with high efficiency, including the teamwork spirit, self-confidence and the abilities to discover the problems, analyze the problems and resolve the problems, make good social relationships and interpersonal communications, etc.
For more details, please access to http://www.mbbs.sdu.edu.cn/
Registration Fee: 400 RMB Tuition: 45000RMB/year Medical Insurance: 800RMB/year
Applicants (limited to self-financing students)should make online application at http://www.apply.sdu.edu.cnPaper-based applicationswill not be considered.
Note: The above website is only open for self-financing students.
International Admission OfficeStudent Affairs Secretaryfor MBBS program
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