Harbin Medical University

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ESTIMATED COSTSHEET

  • Tution Fees 30000 RMB
  • Accommodation Fees 5400 RMB
  • Food Indian Veg. Food
  • Duration 5 Year + 1 Year Internship
  • Location Haerbin Shi, Heilongjiang Sheng, China, 15007
  • Degree M.B.B.S

ABOUT THE COLLAGE

Harbin Medical University (HMU) is located in Harbin, a beautiful city well-known for its ice and snow and reputed as “Eastern Paris”. HMU has a scenic view on the campus dotted with ancient-style buildings, with a total area of 2.36 million square meters.

Harbin Medical University (HMU) was founded in 1926 and features a glorious history and tradition. It originated from the combination of former Harbin Medical University (its predecessor being Harbin Special Medical School founded by Dr. Wu Liande, a medical pioneer in China) and former 1st and 2nd branch schools of China Medical University in Xingshan (its predecessor being China Red Army Health School founded in Ruijin, Jiangxi, in 1931). During the 80 years, HMU has inherited Dr. Wu Liande’s spirit “loving the motherland wholeheartedly and succeeding by self-made efforts”, carried forward China Red Army Health School’s tradition “firm political belief and excellent medical skills”, and upheld the motto “integrity from the rules and learning to promote medicine”. HMU’s strength has been increasing and become a medical school of huge capacity and distinct characteristics. HMU has now been one of the top medical schools in China. It is now a national base for basic sciences research and teaching talent development, and a key “Project 211” university in Heilongjiang Province.

About City

Harbin, Wade-Giles romanization Ha-erh-pin, city, capital of Heilongjiang sheng (province), northeastern China. It is located on the south bank of the Sungari (Songhua) River. The site of the city is generally level to undulating, except near the river itself, where low bluffs lead down to the floodplain in places; low-lying areas are subject to flooding. The climate is cool, with cold winters that last four or five months; subzero overnight low temperatures are common and can reach −40 °F (−40 °C). Pop. (2003 est.) 2,735,100.

The city owes its origin to the construction of the Chinese Eastern Railway through Manchuria (Northeast China) by the Russians at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. Before 1896 it was a small fishing village named Alejin (“Honour”; Harbin is derived from it) by the Juchen, the ancestors of the Manchu. Thereafter it became the construction centre for the railway, which by 1904 linked the Trans-Siberian Railroad from a point east of Lake Baikal in Siberia with the Russian port of Vladivostok on the Sea of Japan (East Sea). Harbin was a base for Russian military operations in Manchuria during the Russo-Japanese War (1904–05), and after the war it was temporarily under joint Chinese-Japanese administration. It became a haven for refugees from Russia after the Revolution of 1917 and for a time had the largest Russian population of any city outside the Soviet Union.

During the period of the Japanese-dominated state of Manchukuo (1932–45), Harbin was subordinated to Binjiang (Pinkiang) province. It was the site of a notorious Japanese biological warfare laboratory during World War II. Soviet troops occupied the city in 1945, and a year later Chinese communist forces took it over and from it directed their conquest of Northeast China. Harbin’s population subsequently grew rapidly, and the city became the region’s chief industrial base.

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