Guiyang Medical University

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Guizhou Medical University
贵阳医学院
Former name
Guiyang Medical University
Type Public university
Established 1938
President Song Yufeng
Academic staff
204
Administrative staff
2447
Students 10000
2400
Location Guiyang, Guizhou,  People's Republic of China
Campus Urban area: 768.5 Mu
Colours          
Website www.gmc.edu.cn/

Guizhou Medical University is a public university based in Guiyang, capital of Guizhou province in China that offers courses in pharmacy, medical laboratory science, preventive medicine, nursing and clinical medicine, as well as other subject areas.[1] It is approved by "WHO" and Indian students can take admission in Guizhou Medical University and take the MCI screening test after a 5-year course. (simplified Chinese: 贵阳医学院; traditional Chinese: 貴陽醫學院; pinyin: Guìzhou yī xué yuàn)

History[edit]

The university was founded in 1938 as the National Guiyang Medical University[2] directly administered by the central government in Beijing. In 1953, the university was officially renamed as the Guiyang Medical University and the administrative supervision transferred to Guizhou provincial government. In June 2015, again the university was officially renamed as the Guizhou Medical University. Over the decades, the university has been accredited to offer undergraduate programs in medicine as well as to be the only provincial medical postgraduate university.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "GMU". english.gmc.edu.cn. Retrieved 2016-06-21. 
  2. ^ "World Directory of Medical Schools". Retrieved June 21, 2016. 
  3. ^ http://www.gmc.edu.cn//page/180/

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