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    • Admission
      • Requirements
      • Curriculum
      • Application
      • Tuition
      • Payment
      • Withdrawal & refund policy
      Requirements

      • With a bachelor's degree obtained or expected
      • Complete all premed courses (prerequisite courses)
        • 1 academic year of biology with lab
        • 1 academic year of physics with lab
        • 1 academic year of general chemistry with lab
        • 1 academic year of organic chemistry with lab
        • At least 1 academic year of English, including grammar and composition
      • MCAT (optional)
      • GPA: A minimum of 3.0 is required
      • Final admission acceptance is subject to screening of the application form, evidential documents and interview.
      Curriculum

      Curriculum for study at CMU (4 years) and at NYMC (1 year)
      This curriculum/schedule is for reference only. The curriculum/schedule is subject to change according to CMU.

      • 1st year at CMU
      • 2nd year at CMU
      • 3rd year at CMU
      • 4th year at CMU
      1st Semester 2nd Semester
      Chinese Chinese
      Anthropotomy Humanities & Social Science
      Medical Physics Regional Anatomy
      Background of China Biochemistry II
      Biochemistry I Cell Biology
      Histology & Embryology Medical Genetics
        Pathogens Biology
      3rd Semester 4th Semester
      Chinese Chinese
      Medical Immunology Pathological Anatomy
      Pharmacology Pathophysiology
      1 Functional Experiments I Social Medicine
      Medical Ethics Hygiene
      Medical Statistics Diagnostic Imaging
      Clinical Pharmacology Diagnostics
      2 Functional Experiments II General Surgery
      Physiology  
         
      Document Indexing  
         
      Winter Session Summer Session
      Pharmaceutics Pharmacotoxicology
        Drug Delivery
      5th Semester 6th Semester
      Surgery Clinical Epidemiology
      Neurosurgery Pediatrics
      Gynecology & Obstetrics Infectious Disease
      Stomatology Psychology & Psychiatry
      Internal Medicine Ophthalmology
      Neural Medicine Dermatology
      Otolaryngology (ENT) Clinical Pharmacokinetics
      Nuclear Medicine Clinical Trials (case study)
         
      Winter Session Summer Session
      Clinical Pharmatology & Pharmaceutical Therapeutics Traditional Chinese Medicine (Optional)
      Hospital Rotations  
         
      • Application and Registration Process
        • Download and fill out the application form online on our download page. Sign and return it to Beth Healthcare, LLC with all the documents required and non-refundable application fee (money order, cashier's check or personal check accepted, payable to Beth Healthcare, LLC).

        • Receive Interview Invitation

        • Receive Admission Confirmation if accepted

        • Download and fill out "CMU Application Form for Foreign Students Intending to Study in China at their Own Expenses" form (JW-202 form) at http://www.cmu.edu.cn/cmu/upl_files/264/200665155840482.doc Return it with a copy of your passport (including photo page, signature page, and pages with the last record of entry/exit), evidence of the source of financial support, non-refundable JW-202 application fee $150 and enrollment reservation fee $5,500 (money order, cashier's check, or personal check accepted, payable to Beth Healthcare, LLC).

        • Receive JW-202 form and Admission Letter issued by CMU

        • Apply for Chinese visa. For more information, please visit http://www.china-embassy.org/eng/default.htm, or another Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China which holds your area of residence.

        • Go to China and register at CMU

        • CMU will help you go through the process of the physical examination and the application for the Residence Permit for Foreigners.
      • 2013-2014 Academic Year
        • New Students - Tuition Fees
      • Application Fee US$ 100 (non-refundable)
        Due upon submitting the application form
         
        JW-202 Admission Notice Form Fee US$ 150 (non-refundable)
        Due within 7 days upon acceptance
        Processing fee for issuing admission document by the Liaoning provincial government for the purpose to apply student visa to china
        Enrollment Reservation Fee US$ 5,500 (non-refundable)
        Due within 7 days upon acceptance
        Reservation fee will be credited in full amount towards the 1st year's tuition
        Remaining Tuition &


        FCEL Surcharge
        Approximately US$12,700 (*refundable)

        US$2,000 (non-refundable)

        Both due by May 25th 2014 / other specify
        Tuition includes facilities, lab, and clinical training at CMU

        Foreign currency exchange loss fee
        • Continuing Students
      • Tuition &


        FCEL Surcharge
        RMB110,000 OR w/ US dollar
        (subject to currency exchange rate)
        (non-refundable)
        US$2,000 (non-refundable)

        Both due by May 25th 2014 / other specify
        Tuition includes facilities, lab, and clinical training at CMU

        Foreign currency exchange loss fee
        • Expenses / Fee due upon arrival at CMU
      •         Please see the following attachment for
      •         Living Cost & Holiday Information
      • Note: Application Fee, JW-202 Admission Notice Form Fee, Enrollment Reservation Fee and Currency Exchange loss Fee are non-refundable. Please refer to withdraw and Refund policy.
      • Late payment and Method of payment

      • Method of Payment

        • Pay direct to Beth Healthcare, LLC
        • New students:
        • To avoid the cost of international transfer fees, student can choose to pay his/ her 1st academic year tuition to Beth Healthcare, LLC by May 25th, 2014. The details will be provided in the Statement of Confirmation along with the Letter of Acceptance.

        • Continuing students:
        • Pay tuition to Beth Healthcare, LLC one (1) month prior to the new school year.
        • All students may have the option to pay the tuitions via wire transfer to CMU directly and all the bank charges & currency exchange rate difference for the bank transaction will be on the student’s own cost.
        Financial Aid

        Late Payment

        • Students will not be permitted to attend the class at CMU if he/she fails to make full tuition payment before the school starts. In addition, the failure to make timely payment may result in a 5% of the annual tuition for the late fee or dismissal from CMU.
      • Withdrawal & refund policy and Physical examination

        • Withdrawals & Refunds
        • Physical Examination
      • Withdrawals

        • Failing to attend classes, neglecting courses, or stopping payment does not constitute the notice of withdrawal.
        • New Student who wish to withdraw from CMU is required to submit a written notice to both Beth Healthcare and CMU no later than *90 days prior to the start of classes. After the withdrawal is approved by both Beth Healthcare and CMU, the refund will be issue in accordance with the following schedule, unless otherwise specified:
      • Refunds
      • Schedule of Refund
        • New Student
      • 100% refund of approximately US$ 12,700 will be given for student’s withdrawal submitted by 5/25/2014.
        • Continuing Student
      • There is no refund for continuing students who withdraw or drop out. However, students can save his/her slot up to 2 years (current year and the coming year) and apply the tuition’s credit to the next academic year.
      • Note: It is the new student’s responsibility to formally withdraw from Beth and CMU to meet the requirements described above to receive a refund.
      • Students must have a physical examination at Shenyang, China.

        • For students who must or intend to have physical examination in the U.S.:
          • Download Physical Examination Record for Foreigner from the website of the Embassy or Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China and examine all items listed;

          • Notarize Physical Examination Record for Foreigner by the Embassy or Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China which holds your area of residence or local notary organization;

          • Verify Physical Examination Record for Foreigner in Shenyang with the following documents:
            • ORIGINAL and copy of passport
            • ORIGINAL and copy of Physical Examination Record for Foreigner
            • ORIGINAL and copy of all physical examination reports (e.g. lab sheet, X-ray film or report, medical report, etc.)
            • Copy of Admission Notice issued by CMU
            • Two 2" x 2" photos
            • The date for verifying Physical Examination Record for Foreigner must be within 3 months of its issuing.
        • For students who have their physical examination at Shenyang, China:

        • CMU will arrange for physical examination after students arriving at Shenyang. Students must provide the following documents:

          • ORIGINAL and copy of passport
          • Copy of Admission Notice issued by CMU
          • Two 2" x 2" photos