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Since 2005, our school has established a system to recruit international students (MBBS) from undergraduate clinical medicine specialty (English teaching). At present, the education of foreign students has covered three levels: undergraduate, master and Ph.D. The total number of students has reached 452. The College attaches great importance to the education of foreign students. Under the leadership of the dean and with the assistance of the dean in charge, an office for the management of international student’s education (one full-time director, one staff member and two part-time teachers) will be set up to guide the activities of international student’s associations and medical Chinese training, so as to jointly do a good job in the management of international medical students education in China. The College has established the teaching concept of "practical objectives, integration of China and foreign countries, process innovation", aiming at cultivating medical talents with noble medical ethics, excellent medical skills and knowledge of Huayou Hua. It promotes the establishment of the training system for foreign students and ensures the training of foreign students through the construction of specialties, teaching staff, curriculum and teaching materials, and the construction of practice bases. Maintain quality.

After more than ten years' development, MBBS has formed distinct characteristics in teaching concept, teaching mode, and teaching practice. Its teaching effect has been unanimously affirmed by foreign students and praised by colleagues both inside and outside the school. MBBS ranked 10th in the evaluation of the Ministry of Education in 2016. In recent years, one course has been awarded as the top-quality English course for the Ministry of Education to study in China, five courses as the top-quality English course for colleges and universities in Jiangsu Province, 19 courses as the top-quality course for school English teaching, nine textbooks as the top-quality construction textbook for school English teaching, and five teachers have won prizes in the school English teaching contest.Four course directors were selected as the most popular “top ten teachers" by foreign students (accounting for 60% of the whole school). Professor Chen Yongchang of the Department of Physiology was selected as the most popular "top ten teachers" by foreign students for three consecutive years (the only one in the whole school). Two-course directors were selected as expert group members of the International Medical Education Branch of China Association for International Exchange of Education (1 basic and 1 clinical). A course manager was elected as the deputy editor of the teaching syllabus of the English-language course (Pharmacology) for the Ministry of Education to study in China.

In addition to successfully completing their learning tasks, MBBS students also actively participate in scientific research activities, community activities, and cultural exchanges. MBBS students independently set up associations such as the International Association of Medical Students (IMSA), and jointly organized academic forums and lectures with foreign students from other universities and Chinese students from our university to promote academic exchanges (Synapse activities, White coat activities). MBBS students are all MBBS students, who are widely reported by the media to support teaching in remote areas and to give lectures in Chinese at United Nations Headquarters. MBBS students also actively participated in various international and domestic academic competitions and won the first and second prizes in the international physiological competitions in mainland China. In two consecutive "Overseas Chinese" clinical skills contests for overseas medical students in China, they all won the Excellent Team Award, the Best Style Award, and the Single Skills Award. After returning to China, the rate of successful examinations for practicing physicians in China is higher (65% in 2014). Some graduates work in well-known medical units in the country of origin.