Medical Students Training

Undergraduate education

FAHZU has begun to cultivate undergraduates in clinical medicine since 1950. In 2005, FAHZU started to cultivate students from 8-year programs of clinical medicine, "5+3" Training Model for Master Degree and MBBS(Medical Bachelor & Bachelor of Surgery) training programs, and FAHZU undertakes the teaching of clinical theory courses, clerkships and internships for nearly 400 clinical medical students each year, as well as in Preventive Medicine, Stomatology, Basic Medicine Science and other majors. FAHZU carries out the courses of organ / system integration and "clerkship" teaching mode,

focuses on comprehensive training to clinical problem-driven, student-centered, emphasizes to cultivate students' competence, such as medical professionalism, clinical skills, medical humanities, scientific research literacy and other abilities. PBL, CBL and other teaching methods are consistently implemented in FAHZU, as well as MOOC and simulation course are constructed. FAHZU will continue to promote the reform of medical education and cultivate outstanding medical talents.

Graduate education

  • With the approval of Ministry of Education, FAHZU started graduate education in 1963. The aim is to educate graduate students to be future excellent medical talents, with high moral standard, global perspective and creative spirit. Each year, our hospital welcomes approximately 160 master's students and 130 doctoral students, including oversea students from United Kingdom and Denmark, etc.

  • For now, there are 6 authorized first level disciplines for Doctor's and Master's degrees, 30 second level disciplines for Doctor's and Master' s degrees. Totally there are 302 Master's supervisors, 104 of whom are also Doctoral supervisors. In addition, 4 counselors and 23 moral instructors are assigned to help supervisor educate student to be an integrity person.

Academic Degrees Awarded to Students

Clinical Medicine

Oral Medicine


Basic Medicine


Public Health and Preventive Medicine

Academic Degrees Awarded to Students

Internal Medicine

Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics

Pathology and Pathophysiology





Intensive-care Medicine

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology


Dermatology and Venereology

Pathogenic Biology


Transplantation Medicine

Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine




General Practice

Psychiatry and Mental Health



Emergency Medicine


Imaging and Nuclear Medicine

Clinical Stomatology

Labor Hygiene and Environmental Health

Obstetrics and Gynecology


Epidemiology and Health Statistics