MBBS Tuition fees in China
China is one of the world’s most advanced civilizations, with over 4000 years of history, a rich culture, and a great educational tradition. This tradition continues today, especially in the medical field. China is now one of the fastest-growing countries in the world for international medical students.
As many countries have high admission criteria for medical universities based on qualifications, some students cannot be admitted based on qualifications. Some of these students are unable to pay tuition fees at private universities (self-funded). For these students, China has become a popular destination for international students. Our aim is to introduce you to the MBBS in China Fee Structure.
The MBBS tuition fee structure in China
MBBS fees in China are cheaper than in other Asian countries, especially for students from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. A full MBBS degree costs £14 in most Chinese universities, the same as a one-year medical degree in other countries. The Ministry of Education is directly responsible for each university’s MBBS.
The low cost of studying medicine in China and the ancient and unique traditional Chinese medical system mean that students from all over the world come to China to study a wide range of medical specialties.
The tuition fee structure in Chinese medical universities
The following is the tuition fee structure for foreign students at Chinese medical universities.
Chinese Medical University in Shanxi
The Shanxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine was founded in 1959 and is also known as Shanxi Medical College. Shanxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine is one of the oldest medical schools in China and ranks among the top 20 medical universities in China.
Shanxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine received its approval to grant diplomas in 2001 and has been accepting international students since 2002. It has become an important research center in Shanxi province, with extensive research and innovation in the fields of medicine and Chinese botany.
The tuition fee for the first year is 4500 USD and includes tuition and dormitory fees as well as other first-year expenses such as
Joining and administrative fees
Students in their 2nd year and above must pay USD 3,200, including tuition and residence fees.
Tuition fee: 18 000 RMB
Residence fee: 1 200 RMB
Two shared rooms (4500 in the first year, 3200 from the first year onwards).
Four cooperative rooms (4230 in the first year, 2930 from the first year onwards).
HE University School of Clinical Medicine:
He University is a university-level college registered by the Ministry of Education of China. Since its establishment, HE University has received support and recognition from many pioneers belonging to the Work Department of the United Front of the Central Committee of the People’s Republic of China, the Party Committee of Liaoning Province, and the Provincial Political Consultative Conference. Shenyang City Party Secretary also supported the possibility of Shenyang and Fushun cities focusing on He University and developing the district with the Sishui Technology City System.
In the first year, students will have to pay US$4,550 (which includes tuition and accommodation, application fee, JW202, residence permit, insurance, registration, and administrative fees).
From the second year onwards, students will have to pay USD 3450 (which covers tuition and accommodation).
Hunan Traditional Chinese Medicine University:
Hunan Traditional Chinese Medicine University is a public university established in 1960 and located in Changsha, Hunan Province, China.
The university dates to the Hunan College of Chinese Medicine, founded in 1934, and the Hunan TCM Vocational School, founded in 1953. From 1960 until a few years after 2000, it was known as the Hunan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
The current Hunan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine was formally established and approved by the Ministry of Education in 2006 when TCM College was merged with the former Hunan University of Science and Technology and Hunan Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Research Center).
First-year students are required to pay US$4,500 (which includes tuition and accommodation, application fee, JW202, residence permit, medical examination, insurance, registration, and administrative fees).
From the second year onwards, students will have to pay US$ 2 500 (which covers tuition and accommodation).