MBBS in China at University of South China

University of South China (hereafter USC or the University), is a comprehensive public university with a history of about 60 years, co-funded by Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense, China National Nuclear Corporation, China Nuclear Engineering Group Corporation, and the People’s Government of Hunan Province.

The University was merged in 2000 by Hengyang Medical College, founded in 1958 and administrated by Hunan Province, Central South Institute of Technology, in 1959, and the 6th Nuclear Institute, in 1962, both administrated by the former Ministry of Nuclear Industry.

One of the yiben, or first tier universities on the Mainland, China, USC enrolls students from the Mainland, Hongkong, Macao, Taiwan and other parts of the world.

The University is home to over 2,500 faculty members, and over 37,000 full-time students, of whom 33,000 are undergraduates and 4000, master or doctor degree candidates.

Accreditation By

University of South China Fees.

University of South China 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th Year 6th Year
Tuition Fees/Year 20,000 2,00,000 21,000 2,10,000 21,000 2,10,000 21,000 2,10,000 21,000 2,10,000 21,000 2,10,000
Hostel Fees/Year 930 9,300 5,000 50,000 5,000 50,000 5,000 50,000 5,000 50,000 5,000 50,000
Total 20,930 2,00,930 26,000 2,60,000 41,000 2,60,000 41,000 2,60,000 41,000 2,60,000 41,000 2,60,000

*1 RMB = 10 INR

About Hengyang City China

Hengyang is also known as ‘Wild Goose City’ because flocks of wild geese flying south for the winter have been known to stop there to rest. Due to its advantageous location adjacent to Guangdong Province and near the Xiangjiang River, the city has been a major commercial center since ancient times.

During its thousand years’ history Hengyang has been the birthplace of many famous people. Important historical figures include the poet Du Fu and Han Yu; the inventor of paper making Cai Lun and the revolutionist Luo Ronghuan.

Hengyang has traditionally been a centre of learning, having an academy that traces its origins to the 9th century. It also has ancient Buddhist temples and many ancient monuments. Nearby Mount Heng, one of China’s five sacred mountains, is a popular tourist destination. Pop. (2002 est.) city, 640,502; (2007 est.) urban agglom., 1,016,000.