NJUCM Placed 129 in 2021 Wu Shulian Chinese University Ranking
    
The 2021 Wu Shulian Chinese University Ranking, a project led by Prof. Wu Shulian from Chinese Academy of Management Science has been officially released on April 6. According to the Wu Shulian ranking, NJUCM is placed at 129 in terms of overall strength, rising 10 places compared with last year, and have been the top one in the ranking of Chinese medicine universities for consecutively six years.
 
NJUCM’s ranking in the 2021 Chinese University Ranking
Launched in the year 1993, the Wushulian Chinese University Ranking adopts transparent and public evaluation models and data and has developed its stable index system, which was well received by the society. The ranking included altogether 772 Chinese public universities offering bachelor degree programs and assessed them by index of overall strength, natural sciences, social sciences, engineering, agriculture, medicine, philosophy, economics, law, education, literature, history, management, art, etc. altogether 12 disciplines and 697 undergraduate programs as well as graduation quality, employability, enrollment quality, average academic levels and teaching quality. 
Over the last few years, in adhering to the educational philosophy of “A Mastery in both Chinese and Western Medicine with Utmost Sincerity and Dedication”, NJUCM seeks to build the university into first-rate Chinese medicine university.


 

NJUCM Placed 129 in 2021 Wu Shulian Chinese University Ranking

The 2021 Wu Shulian Chinese University Ranking, a project led by Prof. Wu Shulian from Chinese Academy of Management Science has been officially released on April 6. According to the Wu Shulian ranking, NJUCM is placed at 129 in terms of overall strength, rising 10 places compared with last year, and have been the top one in the ranking of Chinese medicine universities for consecutively six years.
 
NJUCM’s ranking in the 2021 Chinese University Ranking
Launched in the year 1993, the Wushulian Chinese University Ranking adopts transparent and public evaluation models and data and has developed its stable index system, which was well received by the society. The ranking included altogether 772 Chinese public universities offering bachelor degree programs and assessed them by index of overall strength, natural sciences, social sciences, engineering, agriculture, medicine, philosophy, economics, law, education, literature, history, management, art, etc. altogether 12 disciplines and 697 undergraduate programs as well as graduation quality, employability, enrollment quality, average academic levels and teaching quality. 
Over the last few years, in adhering to the educational philosophy of “A Mastery in both Chinese and Western Medicine with Utmost Sincerity and Dedication”, NJUCM seeks to build the university into first-rate Chinese medicine university.