Hubei University of Chinese Medicine
Introduction to Hubei University of Chinese Medicine
Hubei University of Chinese Medicine (湖北中医药大学, website) was founded in 1958. It is the only higher undergraduate college of Chinese medicine in Hubei Province. Its predecessor was the Hubei Provincial Chinese Medicine Training School established in 1954. The university is the first provincial university in Hubei Province that has the right to confer a doctorate degree in a first-level discipline; it is also a university jointly established by the People’s Government of Hubei Province and the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Hubei Province is a “domestic first-class discipline construction university”.
Hubei University of Chinese Medicine is located in Wuhan. The university has 1,189 faculty members, including 723 full-time teachers and 426 senior titles. There are more than 16,300 full-time students in general colleges and universities, including 14,922 undergraduates.
The university actively promotes international exchanges and cooperation. The school is the first batch of universities in the country to accept foreign students conditionally. It enjoys the qualifications for recruiting undergraduates and postgraduates from Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan, covering multiple levels of undergraduates, masters, and doctoral students. It has cooperation with more than 20 countries 67 universities, academic organizations, and research institutions in the region have established cooperative relations. The school relies on the special international cooperation project of the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine to build the “International Exchange Base for Teaching and Administrative Staff of Chinese Medicine Colleges and Universities” and the “(China-Malaysia) Chinese Medicine Center”.
The university is a “domestic first-class discipline construction university” in Hubei Province. The Chinese medicine major was selected as a “domestic first-class discipline construction discipline”.
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