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Dalian Medical University Webpage: http://www.dlmedu.edu.cn

Located near the sea on the Liaodong Peninsula in northern China, Dalian Medical University’s 10,000 students study in over 30 departments on two campuses. The university works with four affiliated hospitals and has created ties with eight sister universities around the globe. Dalian Medical University balances both basic and applied research in its 22 research institutes.
 
Capital Normal University Webpage: http://www.cnu.edu.cn/
Located in China’s political and cultural center, CNU was established in 1953 and is funded by the Beijing municipal government. Its 2,500 faculty members in seventeen departments teach 24,000 students. CNU has opened many research fields with unique Asian cultural characteristics.
 

Xi’an International Studies University (XISU) Webpage: http://www.xisu.edu.cn

Founded in 1952 in one of China’s ancient capitals, Xi’an International Studies University offers undergraduate and graduate programs in areas such as foreign and Chinese language and literature, international politics, and tourism. Around 12,000 students study there under 1,150 faculty and staff. XISU is a leader in international studies, performing research, publishing academic journals, and maintaining scholarly ties with 75 universities within China and abroad. The university also publishes popular audio-visual materials for foreign language education.








 


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