Founded in 1935, Guilin Medical University（GMU）is one of the “Excellent Universities” in the National Undergraduate Teaching Quality Evaluation and one of the first batch of “The Sites for Education and Cultivation of Outstanding Doctors Projects”rated by the Ministry of Education of China, and is named “the bright medical pearl that glistens in the northern Guangxi”. Located in the beautiful tourism city of Guilin, GMU has three fascinating campuses of Lequn, Dongcheng and Lingui, with a total construction area of 850,000 square meters. At present, GMU has 20 colleges covering four disciplines including medicine, science, law and management and offers 20 undergraduate programs, 25 postgraduate programs and 5 higher vocational programs. It also owns 6 affiliated hospitals and 23 hospitals for clinical teaching. GMU has now 14 construction programs on national and provincial levels. Over the past five years, the faculty have undertaken a total of 952 scientific research projects and published over 3,232 academic papers, including 240 in SCI. GMU ranked among the top 100 Chinese universities with the most influential academic papers in 2015 and 2016. The total number of faculty and medical personnel is more than 4,000, including 911 full-time teachers,218 professors,508 associate professors and 311 doctoral and masters’ supervisors. Currently, 30,000 full-time students are studying on campus. GMU students’ passing rate of National Medical License Examination exceeds the national average by 10% and the passing rate of Nursing Qualification Examination is 100% yearly. Also, the employment rate of graduates is consistently beyond 90% yearly. In 2014, an outstanding alumnus Mr. Jiang Rensheng, the Chairman of the Board of a public company, donated RMB 50 million Yuan in his own name for the construction of the new library and ranked among the Top 100 Chinese Philanthropists in 2014. GMU is one of the earliest universities approved by Ministry of Education of P. R.C. to recruit international students, and has established partnership with many universities in America, Australia, Thailand and Vietnam. Now, GMU has more than 450 international students studying on campus from America, Australia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, India and Nigeria.