Higher Education in China
Guangxi Medical University
The university was established in Nanning, Guangxi on 21 November 1934 as the Guangxi Provincial Medical School, and the campus was moved to Guilin in November 1949, shortly after the establishment of the People’s Republic of China.
April 1953 renamed the central Ministry of health approval of Guangxi Medical College. In July 1954 by a move back to Guilin, Nanning present site so far. In May 1996 approved by the Ministry of Education changed its name to Guangxi Medical University.
Established in 1934, the university is one of the first universities in China to accept international students into its English language in medical education program, which is limited only to clinical medicine. Foreign students on scholarship are required to study all their courses in Mandarin Chinese. Guangxi Medical University is one of the top 20 universities in China for medicine study. In the research field of Clinical Medicine, Guangxi Medical University ranks top 1% among institutions globally.
The school is one of the 22 medical schools that were established earlier in the country. It is one of the 8 medical schools in the country to recruit foreign students, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan students and overseas Chinese students. It is an undergraduate clinical medicine program approved by the Ministry of Education.