|Peking University||Beijing||985 Project||Comprehensive||Urban||Public|
|Tsinghua University||Beijing||985 Project||Comprehensive||Urban||Public|
|Fudan University||Shanghai||985 Project||Comprehensive||Urban||Public|
|Wuhan University||Wuhan||985 Project||Comprehensive||Urban||Public|
|Shanghai Jiao Tong University||Shanghai||985 Project||Comprehensive||Urban||Public|
|Zhejiang University||Hangzhou||985 Project||Comprehensive||Urban||Public|
"Singapore Medical Council" (SMC) accreditation is set for students who come from Singapore. The Singapore Medical Council (SMC), a statutory board under the Ministry of Health, maintains the Register of Medical Practitioners in Singapore, administers the compulsory continuing medical education (CME) programme and also governs and regulates the professional conduct and ethics of registered medical practitioners. In our efforts to ensure that doctors are keeping abreast of medical advances, the Council has implemented compulsory CME with effect from 1 January 2003. Functions of the Singapore Medical Council 1.Keep and maintain registers of registered medical practitioners; 2.Approve or reject applications for medical registration under the MRA or to approve any such application subject to such restrictions as it may think fit; 3.Issue practising certificates to registered medical practitioners; 4.Make recommendations to the appropriate authorities on the courses of instructions and examinations leading to the Singapore degree; 5.Make recommendations to the appropriate authorities for the training and education of registered medical practitioners; 6.Determine and regulate the conduct and ethics of registered medical practitioners; and 7.Generally do all such acts and matters and things as are necessary to be carried out under the MRA.