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1. Q: What kind of university is Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine?

A: Guangzhou University of Chinese medicine is based on the Guangdong special school of traditional Chinese medicine founded in 1924. It is one of the first four universities of traditional Chinese medicine in New China. It was renamed Guangzhou University of Chinese medicine in 1995. In 2017, it was selected as China's "double first-class" discipline construction university. In 2018, it was promoted to the key construction University of high-level university in Guangdong Province. In 2020, it became a co construction unit of the people's Government of Guangdong Province, the Ministry of Education and the State Administration of traditional Chinese medicine.

 

2. Q: What is the school code of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine?

A: 10572

 

3. Q: What are the application qualifications for undergraduates from Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine to study in China?

A: Eligibility for application:

  • Non-Chinese citizens holding a valid foreign passport, with good academic performance, good conduct, no criminal record, good health, and must have a Chinese high school or higher education background, in principle under 30 years of age;
  • Language requirements: Applicants must reach the New Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) 5;
  • Level and above. Those whose native language is Chinese or who have accepted Chinese-taught degree courses in Chinese universities in recent years can be exempted from the requirements for HSK scores;
  • According to the Jiaowaihan [2020] No. 12 document of the Ministry of Education of the Ministry of Education of China, if both or one of the parents are Chinese citizens and settled in a foreign country, the person who has foreign nationality at birth does not have Chinese nationality. Since 2021, he has applied to enter our high school as an international student;
  • In addition to meeting the other registration qualifications of the school, you must hold a valid foreign passport or nationality certificate before April 30, 2017, and from April 30, 2017 to April 2021. Have a record of actual residence in a foreign country for more than 2 years within 30 days (actual residence in a foreign country for 9 months in a year can be calculated as one year, subject to entry and exit signatures);
  • Residents of Mainland China (Mainland), Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan who have immigrated and obtained foreign nationality should apply to enter our university as an international student for undergraduate study. They should meet the requirement of holding a valid foreign passport or nationality certificate for 4 years (as of 2017) April 30), and there is a record of actual residence in a foreign country for more than 2 years between April 30, 2017 and April 30, 2021 (the actual residence in a foreign country for 9 months in a year can be counted as one year , Subject to entry and exit signatures).

 

4. Q: When is the application deadline for undergraduates studying in China at Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine?

A: April 15, 2021.

 

5. Q: How much is the registration fee for the undergraduate program of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine to study in China?

A: The registration fee is RMB 800.

 

6. Q: How much is the accommodation fee for international students from Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine?

A: Single room: 16,000 yuan/year, double room 9,600 yuan/year.

 

7. Q: What kind of scholarship can be applied for for freshmen studying in China at Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine?

A: Bilateral projects by country, Guangdong Province Freshman Scholarship for International Students in Guangdong, and Independent Enrollment Project.

 

8. Q: Can international students from Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine get insurance if they go to private hospitals for treatment?

A: No. The medical institutions involved in the medical insurance liability for international students are limited to public hospitals in the mainland of the People’s Republic of China.

 

9. Q: What is the application process of the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine International Student Program?

A: Submit materials → review materials → admission → send out the "Admission Notice" and the "Visa Application Form for Studying in China" (JW202 Form) → go to the Chinese Embassy (Consulate) in your country to apply for an X1 visa → come to school report arrive.

 

10. Q: What are the types of graduate admissions majors in Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine?

A: The enrollment majors of our school in 2021 are divided into four major categories: Clinical TCM, Basic TCM, TCM Humanities, and TCM.

 

11. Q: What are the background requirements for applying for graduate students majoring in Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine?

A: The professional background requirements are as follows:

  • Chinese medicine clinical major: candidates are required to graduate from Chinese medicine, acupuncture and massage, Chinese and Western medicine clinical and clinical medicine (except for non-clinical majors such as pharmacy, Chinese pharmacy, nursing, and medical technology).
  • Basic Chinese Medicine Major: Candidates are required to graduate from the corresponding majors in medicine, pharmacy, and biology.
  • Chinese medicine humanities major: medicine, pharmacy, biology, philosophy, law, literature, history, psychology, management, information related majors.
  • Chinese pharmacy major: graduates with majors in medicine, pharmacy, biology, chemistry, and bachelor's or master's degree are required.

 

12. Q: When is the application deadline for the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine's postgraduate study program in China?

A: April 15, 2021.

 

13. Q: How much is the tuition for the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine's Graduate Program in China?

A: Tuition for doctoral students: 38,000 yuan/person/academic year, tuition for master’s degrees: 32,000 yuan/person/academic year.

 

14. Q: What are the application requirements for the country-specific bilateral program of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine?

A: Application conditions:

  • Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens and in good health;
  • Applicant's academic qualifications and age requirements:
  • Those who come to China to study undergraduate majors must have a high school graduation certificate, excellent grades, and be under the age of 25;
  • Those who come to China to study for a master's degree must have a bachelor's degree and be under the age of 35;
  • Those who come to China to study for a doctoral degree must have a master's degree and be under the age of 40.

 

15. Q: What are the funding types and funding periods of the country-specific bilateral projects of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine?

A: Type of funding and duration:

  • Undergraduates: The professional study period is 4-5 academic years, the Chinese language tuition period is 1-2 academic years, and the scholarship period is 4-7 academic years.
  • Master students: 2-3 academic years for professional study, 1-2 academic years for Chinese tuition, 2-3 academic years for scholarships.
  • Doctoral students: Professional study period-4 academic years, Chinese tuition period 1-2 academic years, scholarship funding period 3-6 academic years.

 

16. Q: What are the fees included in the full scholarship for the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine National Bilateral Program?

A: Scholarship content:

  • Exemption of tuition, accommodation and application fees;
  • Provide scholarship living expenses (RMB): undergraduate: 2500 yuan/month; master's degree students: 3000 yuan/month; doctoral students: 3500 yuan/month;
  • Provide Chinese government scholarship comprehensive medical insurance for international students in China.

 

17. Q: What are the application materials for the country-specific bilateral program of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine?

A: Application materials:

  • "Chinese Government Scholarship Application Form" (Chinese or English);
  • Passport homepage;
  • Notarized highest education certificate;
  • Transcript. Documents other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized Chinese or English translations;
  • Study or research plan in China;
  • Letter of recommendation. Applicants for master's or doctoral degree must submit two recommendation letters from professors or associate professors, written in Chinese or English;
  • Applicants under the age of 18 must submit relevant legal documents of their legal guardian in China;
  • A copy of the "Foreigner Physical Examination Form" (the original is kept for yourself, see the attachment, and it can also be downloaded from the CSC website). Only those who have studied in China for more than 6 months, must fill in English. Given that the medical examination results are valid for 6 months, applicants are requested to determine the medical examination time accordingly;
  • Proof of good behavior. Applicants must submit a valid non-criminal record certificate issued by the local public security agency, usually within 6 months from the date of submitting the application;
  • Pre-admission notice. If you apply to our school, applicants can contact our school’s admissions and training office to obtain the pre-admission notice of our school (according to the regulations of the China Scholarship Council) after completing the upload and review of the materials in the international student admissions system of our school. For those who have already submitted the pre-admission notice Applicants will be admitted by pre-admission institutions according to their wishes);
  • If you have obtained the HSK score report, please attach a copy to the application materials. Note: All materials uploaded through the system must be clear, true and valid. It is recommended that the applicant use professional equipment to scan the relevant documents to be submitted. The consequences caused by the unclear or unrecognizable uploaded materials shall be borne by the applicant.

 

18. Q: What are the eligibility requirements for the Autonomous Enrollment Program of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine?

A: Eligibility for application:

  • Applicants must be non-Chinese citizens and in good health;
  • Those who come to China to study for a bachelor degree must have a high school diploma and be under the age of 25;
  • Those who come to China to study for a master's degree must have a bachelor's degree and be under the age of 35;
  • Those who come to China to study for a doctoral degree must have a master's degree and be under the age of 40;
  • Failure to obtain scholarships from various Chinese governments, institutions or enterprises while studying;
  • Good academic performance, applicants for postgraduates should have strong scientific research capabilities and professional knowledge;
  • In principle, applicants are required to have the corresponding Chinese proficiency. Applicants for courses taught in Chinese must reach Level 5 of the New Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK). In recent years, graduates who are teaching Chinese in Chinese universities and whose mother tongue is Chinese can be exempted from the Chinese proficiency test scores;
  • Those who do not meet the required Chinese proficiency at the time of admission can apply for one-year Chinese tuition and provide scholarships;
  • Other application requirements shall be implemented in accordance with the requirements of the specific documents for various scholarships of the year.

 

19. Q: When is the application deadline for the Autonomous Enrollment Program of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine?

A: March 31, 2021.

 

20. Q: What are the application materials for the Autonomous Enrollment Program of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine?

A: Application materials:

  • "Chinese Government Scholarship Application Form" (filled in Chinese or English) applications that do not fill in the online application form will be regarded as invalid applications;
  • A scanned copy of a valid passport;
  • Notarized highest education certificate. If the applicant is a student in school, he must submit a certificate of enrollment issued by the school separately. Documents other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized Chinese or English translations;
  • Transcript. Documents other than Chinese or English must be attached with notarized Chinese or English translations;
  • Personal statement. Including study or research plans in China, family financial status, reasons for application, etc. Applicants can write in Chinese or English, with no less than 800 words for undergraduate students and no less than 1,500 words for graduate students;
  • Applicants for graduate students must submit two recommendation letters from professors or associate professors, written in Chinese or English;
  • Applicants under the age of 18 must submit relevant legal documents of their legal guardian in China;
  • Scanned copy of "Physical Examination Form for Foreigners";
  • Hanban HSK transcript. Applicants are required to provide a copy of a valid HSK test score report (the HSK score report is valid for two years), and in principle needs to pass HSK Level 5 (180 points). If you haven't got it yet, you can also submit an application first. Except for those whose mother tongue is Chinese.

 

21. Q: What is the contact information of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine?

A: Contact information:

  • Contact: Teacher Wang
  • Address: No. 232, Waihuan East Road, University Town, Panyu District, Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province
  • Zip code: 510006
  • Phone: 86-20-39356996
  • Email: 010427@gzucm.edu.cn
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