11 Students of Our University Have Been Granted with the Funding for the Excellent Undergraduates’ International Exchange Programs by the Ministry of Education (First Batch 2016)

At the beginning of year 2016, four national Excellent Undergraduates’ International Exchange Programs of our University have been approved by the Ministry of Education, which grants 3-10 months’ overseas study of two batches of excellent undergraduates above year 2, to the Emporia State University, Benedictine University and Ohio State University of the United States, and the Deakin University of Australia. After selection by the University, interview by the foreign parties and the audit and verification by the Scholarship Council, Ministry of Education, finally 11 students from the First Clinical School, the Second Clinical School and the School of Basic Medicine have received approvals for their applications, and will go to the Emporia State University and the Benedictine University of  the United States for study. According to the selection program’s requirements, the selection for the second batch undergraduates will begin in September, and the selection conditions remain the same with previous ones, which gives priorities to students with IELTS or TOEFL results.