International NMU

NMU Leader leads a Delegation to Visit India and Nepal


From July 22-29, 2018, Vice President Wang Lin was invited to lead a delegation to visit the main source countries of our international students, India and Nepal. Relevant personnel of The First School of Clinical Medicine, The Second School of Clinical Medicine, And School of International Education includes him.

During the visit to India, the delegation visited the well-known private hospital; Saifee Hospital in Mumbai, the largest public hospital; KEM Hospital, Shadan Medical College in Hyderabad, MediCiti Medical College and its affiliated hospitals. The two sides exchanged views on student Observation and internships, student visits, doctor short-term training, scientific research cooperation, etc., and reached preliminary cooperation intentions. they further conducted preliminary research for the construction of our overseas teaching hospital in India. The delegation also joined in the re- Election of the Indian Alumni Association. The delegates elected the president, vice president, secretary-general and director of the new alumni association.

During the visit to Nepal, Dr. Rajendra Koju, Dean of the School of Medicine of Kathmandu University, warmly hosted the delegation and accompany them to visit the two affiliated hospitals, Dhulikhel Hospital and KDC Hospital. The two sides held discussions on postgraduate training, Short-term training for teachers and doctors, scientific research cooperation, etc. After the discussion, Vice President Wang Lin signed a Memorandum of Understanding, on behalf of NMU with the School of Medicine of Kathmandu University. Vice President Wang Lin, also gave an Academic report on the theme of "Orthodontic Development in the Digital Age" at the invitation of the Nepal Society of Orthodontics. The report was based on the frontiers of the discipline, which made the participants in the field deeply inspired and enthusiastic.

During the exchanges, Vice President Wang Lin met with some alumni from India and Nepal and had a cordial discussion with them. They welcomed the alumni back to their alma mater to continue their studies, actively contact and promote their alma mater, and hope that the Alumni will make contribution to the cooperation of their alma mater and their home country in the field of health and education.