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        Wuhan University School of Medicine
        武漢大學醫學部

        FAQ about Wuhan University School of Medicine, China

        1. I really want to study in your university, but I can’t speak Chinese, can I be instructed in English?
         
        Answer: The program is fully English medium program.
         
        2. How is the living standard in your city? How is the canteen in the university?
         
        Answer: The living expense here is approximately 150 USD for your food per month. There is a special canteen for international students and a Muslim canteen.
         
        3. How is the climate in Wuhan?
         
        Answer: Wuhan's climate is humid subtropical with abundant rainfall and four distinctive seasons. Spring and autumn are generally mild. Annual precipitation totals 1,269 millimeters (50.0 in), mainly from May to July; the annual mean temperature is 16.63 °C (61.9 °F).
         
        4. What do I need to do to get my student ID, ID for library, ID for student’s service?
         
        Answer: You may get your student ID card within two weeks after you complete the registration process, and Information Card will be ready within one month, which offers you access to library and dining hall.
         
        5. How can I arrive in Wuhan city, the location of University?
         
        Answer: If there is no direct flight to Wuhan, the recommended flight is transit from Beijing to Wuhan (around 2.5 hours), or transit from Shanghai to Wuhan (around 2 hours), or transit from Hong Kong to Wuhan (around 2 hours). Students can choose the travel route according to their location.
         
        6. Can you send a vehicle to take us from the airport to the University?
         
        Answer: Sure, we can provide airport pick up service for the students from airport - Wuhan Tianhe International Airport to campus. But students should send detailed departure, transfer and arrival schedule to the university’s representative minimum one week in advance of registration date so that the university can pick up without any delay. Airport Pick-up Service is only available during on-duty hours in Registration time.
         
        7. How can I exchange some Chinese currency for my pocket money when I just arrived in China?
         
        Answer: Students can exchange some Chinese currency in bank for shuttle/bus ticket fare and pocket money in the big international airport when they arrive in China. And students can buy telephone card from business counter in the airport to give international call and domestic call if students need.
         
        8. How are the transportation, telecom and internet settled in Wuhan City?
         
        Answer: There are one airport, three train stations and many buses to many cities in China. There are convenient public facilities for telecom and internet, you can buy telecom card to call in any time and there are lots of internet pub for going on internet.
         
        9. How is China’s medical education ranking in the world?
         
        Answer: China’s medical education ranks 4th worldwide.
         
        10. Can a student open a Bank Account? 
         
        Answer: Yes, a student could open a bank account in his name to keep his surplus money safe. He could also use this account to have his family remit any additional money as required.
         
        11. Is learning Chinese language compulsory? 
         
        Answer: Even though the program is taught in English, but international students must study Chinese language according to Ministry of Education, China. Chinese language classes are just offered in the first two years, three times per week, and international students are required to pass the basic level. From the third year, some clinical classes will be taken in hospital; students need practice with Chinese patients, so students need to know basic Chinese language.
        Besides, it will be helpful for students in daily life if they learn some Chinese language
         
        12. What is the voltage used in China? 
         
        Answer: The voltage here is 220 V. Converters and power strips may be purchased locally.
         
        13. Useful Public Contact Number in China:
         
        Answer:
        Fire: 119
        Police Station: 110
        Traffic accident:122
        Time Report: 12117
        Telephone Directory: 114
        Telephone Repair: 112
        Emergency Ambulance: 120
        Earthquake Advisory Service: 2042691
         
         
         
        The final information is subject to the University If there is any discrepancy!

         

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