Dalian Medical University (DMU) was founded in 1947, originally known as Guandong Medical College. In 1949, it joined with Dalian University and the name was changed into the Medical College of Dalian University. In 1950, the organizational system of Dalian University was cancelled and since then Dalian Medial College had become an independent college. In 1969, the college moved to Zunyi, a city of Guizhou Province, to establish the Zunyi Medical College. And in 1978, the college moved back to its original location in Dalian, still with the name of Dalian Medical College. In 1994, approved by the State Education Commission (SEC), DMU adopted its present name. Nowadays, the university has fledged into a multi-disciplinary medical university which also offers programs in other fields like arts, science, management, and law.
The university now has 25 management organizations, 14 second-level schools, 4 directly affiliated organizations, 5 affiliated hospitals, 3 of which are indirectly under the university, and 38 clinical teaching bases. By August 31, 2007, the total enrolment of undergraduates of the university has reached more than 4,400 and over 1,400 are candidates for Ph.D. Degree and M.S. Degree. About 700 are in higher vocational school, as well as nearly 300 are international students.
Currently, there are over 4,400 faculty and staff, doctors and nurses in the university, among whom more than 500 are professors and about 510 are associate professors, including over 500 Ph.D. and M.S. supervisors.
The new campus of DMU is located in the middle of the south of Lvshun Binhai Road. With 45 independent buildings, the South Campus is the main area for teaching, living and sports. The North Campus is the second programming project.
Carrying forward the history and initiating a new epoch, DMU is sparing no efforts to establish itself as an advanced, multi-disciplinary, multi-level and comprehensive teaching and researching medical university.
DMU has been teaching medicine in English medium, which was approved by MOE. University is recognized by WHO and the graduates of MBBS program are eligible to take the Medical Licensing Examinations held by the medical councils in different countries such as MCI, PMDC, USMLE etc.
To apply, a minimum of 60% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology with pass marks in English is required in the 10+2 or equivalent examination.
Other fees include 3790 RMB ( Books = 400 RMB, Activity Fee = 300 RMB, Bedding = 600 RMB, Deposit = 300 RMB, Medical checkup = 580 RMB, Visa = 860 RMB, Insurance = 600 RMB & Doctor Suit with Cap = 150 RMB).
Note: All fees have to be paid in Chinese RMB. The above fees have been calculated at rate of 1 Chinese RMB = 10 Indian Rupees. Actual fee paid in Indian Rupees would depend upon the prevailing exchange rate at the time of payment