Guandong Medical College was established in 1947 which was re-titled as Dalian Medical University in the year 1978. Currently DMU has grown leaps and bounds with amulti disciplinary medical institution.The campus of DMU has a floor age of 3,82,900 square meters. Five hospitals with a strength of 5,200 beds are affiliated to DMU.The enrollment of students for MBBS, MD, MS and M.ch courses has crossed several thousands. A good number of international students have enrolled for MBBS and allied courses. As the biggest comprehensive teaching hospital and emergency care center in the south of Liaoning Province, the first affiliated hospital has won the honour of “National Top 100” and the leader in China in several fields of medicine.
Dalian City is in Liaoning Province which is located in North Eastern China. The total population is 6.7 million. Standard Mandarin is usually spoken in Dalian because it is a city with people from various locations. But natives use Dalian dialect, which belongs to the Jiaoliao Mandarin. As far as the topography of Dalian is concerned, it is located in a peninsula terrain. Dalian has a monsoon-influenced humid continental climate, characterised by warm wet summers due to the East Asian monsoon, and cold, windy, dry winters.The monthly 24-hour average temperature ranges from −5 °C (25.0 °F) in January to 25°C (75.4 °F) in August. Annual precipitation averages 602 millimetres (23.7 in). Dalian city enjoys a peculiar weather cycle. During the summer season, the region gets intermittent rains. Whereas other seasons are relatively normal and dry. The overall weather all through the year is enjoyable.
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The MBBS course stretches to 6-years inclusive of 1-year mandatory internship. The medium of instruction is English. The medicos are taught the local Chinese language throughout their course. A working knowledge on Chinese language is an advantage for the medicos to interact with the patients and the local people.