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Tongji University

International Airport - Pudong International Airport
Facts about MBBS in China for INDIAN students
Number of seats for International Students 60
Located in the City Shanghai
Travel Time from Delhi to Shanghai 6 – 7 Hours
Average Climate -6°C to 26°C
Intake for MBBS in Tonji Medical University September
NEET Requirement Yes, With Qualifying Marks
Course Duration 6 Years
Medium of Teaching English
Fees for MBBS in Tonji Medical University 30000 RMB Per Year
Living Cost 1000 – 2000 RMB Per Month
Ranking World Ranking : 291
China Ranking : 13
Recognition of University MCI and WHO approved

About Shanghai City
Shanghai, Hu for short, also known as Shen, is a multi-cultural metropolis with both modern and traditional Chinese features. The city has a status equivalent to a province, and reports directly to the central government. Serving as the largest base of Chinese industrial technology, one of the most important seaports and China's largest commercial and financial center, Shanghai draws the attention of the whole world. Shanghai is situated at 31°41' north latitude and 121°29' east longitude. The city, whose name literally means "on the sea", is located on the east China coast just to the south of the mouth of the Yangtze River. Bordering on Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces on the west, Shanghai is washed by the East China Sea on the east and Hangzhou Bay on the south. It also occupies a central location along China's coastline. Thanks to its advantageous geographic location, Shanghai is an excellent sea and river port, boasting easy access to the vast hinterland.


Tongji University is a leading university under the State Ministry of Education in the People's Republic of China. The institution is a key state university, it has also been included in the State Project 211 and the 21st Century Education Plan of China. The university's storyline dates back to 1907 when Erich Paulun, a German doctor founded it as the Tongji German Medical School. It was officially accepted as a university in 1923 and became a national university in 1927. Since then, Tongji University has grown to be recognized, both at home and abroad, as a comprehensive university having five schools; they are sciences, engineering, medicine, liberal arts and law.
Tongji University has more than 20 schools offering 82 undergraduate programs, 209 Master degree programs, and 78 PhD programs. There are 13 postdoctoral mobile stations and 10 state key laboratories at the university. The university has a total student enrollment of 50,000, a teaching and research staff of 4200, among which 1900 have either senior professional or academic titles. There are five academicians from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and seven academicians from the Chinese Academy of Engineering. As one of the state key research centres, the university has 16 state key laboratories and civil engineering centres. There are five hospitals and three middle schools affiliated with the university.
Tongji University is active in promoting cooperation and exchanges with institutions other countries. It has established links with Australia, Austria, Canada, Germany, France, Japan, Korea, Switzerland, U.K. and USA in the fields of education, science, technology and economics. A number of international joint programs have been established between the university and its counterparts in other countries in recent years. These joint programs include a Sino-German School, a Sino-German Teacher Training Centre for Vocational Education, the Sino-French Institute of Engineering and Management, Tongji-UNEP Environment and Sustainable Development Institute, Sino-Australian Institute and others. In 2002, the university awarded an honorary PhD degree to Mr. Gerhard Schroeder, Councilor of the Federal Republic of Germany and invited Dr. Klaus Toepfer, Executive Director of UNEP, and Professor Peter Rowe, director of Harvard University Graduate School of Design to be honorary professors of Tongji University, and hosted about 30 international or regional academic conferences every year. In recent years there have been about 4000 visits from abroad to the university and more than 2000 academic visits to other countries every year. In 2006 the university enrolled 2400 international students from more than 70 countries.