Wenzhou Medical University (WMU)
We are pleased to offer our RN-BSN program at Wenzhou Medical University, which is a multi-disciplinary university under the administration of Department of Education of Zhejiang Province. It has 3 campuses, covering a total area of 800,000 meters; the main campus is located at Chashan University Town of Wenzhou, which is sprawled along the coast in southeastern Zhejiang Province. The history of Wenzhou Medical University can be traced back to Zhejiang Specialized Medical School, which was established in Hangzhou in 1912. In August 1958, part of Zhejiang Medical College was moved from Hangzhou to Wenzhou and began recruiting 5-year fulltime program students, hence the name Wenzhou Medical University (WMU).
At present, all the faculty and staff are striving to attain the goal of becoming a high quality university that will enjoy high prestige for its own features and excellent academic performance, focused on the undergraduate education while actively developing graduate studies, with medical programs as its core harmonized by multi-disciplinary areas adapting to regional needs.
The city of Wenzhou is the economic, cultural, and communications center in southern Zhejiang. It has been a principal trading port in China since the Tang Dynasty and the city is famous for its commerce, handicrafts, and arts and crafts. The numerous scenic spots and places of historic interest make the city a tourist center in southern Zhejiang. Two of the remarkable scenic spots around Wenzhou are the Yandang Mountain and the Nanxi River.
For more information, visit: http://en.wzmc.edu.cn/
Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (JUTCM)
This university was founded in 1959 and located in Nanchang, the capital city of Jiangxi province. It is a higher learning institute with a focus on Chinese Medicine and related disciplines. The university now has four campuses and 120,000 full-time students enrolled for different disciplines and academic levels.
The 20 Master’s programs and 20 bachelor programs offered by the university cover the fields of medical science, engineering, science, arts, management and economics. There are two key disciplines as accredited by the State Administration of TCM and ten provincial level leading disciplines in medical science. The University owns eight national or provincial level scientific research platforms including a national engineering research center, a key laboratory under Ministry of Education and a postdoctoral working station. Jiangxi University of Tradition Chinese Medicine is located in Nanchang which is the capital of Jiangxi Province and is the center of Jiangxi’s politics, economy, and culture. With a total population of 4.85 million, it is one of the 35 largest cities in China.
For more information, visit: http://gjjyxy.jxutcm.edu.cn/en/index.htm
Inner Mongolia University for the Nationalities (IMUN)
The Inner Mongolia University for the Nationalities was founded in 1958 and is a key university under the direct administration of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. It is known for its unique local and ethnic characteristics. It offers 65 bachelor’s degrees, 83 master-level programs, and one doctoral program in Mongolian pharmacy. There are 20,507 undergraduates, 746 postgraduates, and 336 international students. IMUN is growing in international relations and has signed 23 agreements with universities from Asia, Europe and North America. It has also been approved by China’s Ministry of Education as the Chinese Training Base for International students.
For more information visit http://www.imun.edu.cn/
Guangzhou College – South China University of Technology (GC-SCUT)
Guangzhou College is part of the larger university of South China University of Technology (SCUT), which is one of China’s key universities operating under the direct leadership of the State Ministry of Education.
Thomas University’s cooperation agreement has been established with the International Business School (IBS) at the Guangzhou College of SCUT. Guangzhou College was founded in 2004 and its main research areas include engineering, science, management, economics, humanities and law. With over 17,000 students it focuses on giving students opportunities for professional experience and international exposure through its many partnerships with international companies and universities.
Guangzhou College’s main buildings total an area of 500,000 square meters and are located in the Huadu District in Guangzhou, sitting alongside the Pearl River. The campus includes classrooms, laboratories, sports facilities, cafeterias, training centers, computer labs, and dormitories. The college places a strong emphasis on practice-based education and has invested heavily in five basic laboratory buildings and nine specialized research and learning centers. In 2008, the average value of teaching and research equipment per student ranked in fifth place among all the colleges and universities in the whole Guangdong Province. The library provides expansive resources of books, periodicals, and databases as well as 112 computers for online access for assignments and research and 2,000 reading seats. The whole campus is surrounded by trees and gardens that provide an ideal atmosphere for living and studying.
For more information, visit: http://www.gcu.edu.cn/
Jimei University (JMU)
This is one of the key universities in Fujian Province, and it is a multi-disciplined university with students coming from all over the country. The university enjoys a long history of over 90 years. Its origins can be traced back to Jimei Normal School founded by the famous patriotic overseas Chinese leader Mr. Chen Jiageng (Tan Kah Kee) in 1918. The school motto Sincerity and Perseverance was set up by Mr. Chen Jiageng and his younger brother Mr. Chen Jingxian (Tan Keng Hean). In 1994, Jimei University was combined into one by five independent institutes and colleges, namely, Jimei Navigation Institute, Xiamen Fisheries College, Fujian Physical Education College, Jimei Finance and Economics Institute and Jimei Teachers College.
Jimei University is located in Xiamen which is a well-known tourist port city in the Southeast coast of China. It holds the titles of being the one of the Cleanest Cities of China, the Garden Cities of China, the National Environmental Protection Model Cities, and the best sightseeing cities in China. Not only being wealthy with travel resources, Xiamen has also temperate weather, fast and convenient transport and communication, and a tourist infrastructure.
For more information, visit: http://english.jmu.edu.cn/