Mphil in Chinese Medicine

MPhil in Chinese Medicine

2017 Admission is currently open for application. Application deadline is 31 January 2017.

Admission Requirements

Applicants should have a recognized Bachelor's degree in Chinese Medicine, biomedical-related or chemical sciences, preferably with honours at second upper division or equivalent.

For the general qualifications required for admission to the Graduate School please refer to the following website: http://www.gs.cuhk.edu.hk/page/EntryRequirements.hk/gss/present.php.

Programme

The programme comprises coursework, seminars and research. Students are required to attend and participate in seminars/workshops of the School, as well as those of relevant topics offered by other departments as deemed appropriate by the supervisors. They also have to present seminars summarizing research work performed. A total of at least 30 units with a written thesis are required for graduation. The 30 units with a written thesis are required for graduation. The 30 units should be taken from the following sections:

  Units
Coursework 6
Seminars/Special Studies (one unit for each term) 4
Research for Thesis 20
Total 30

Fields of Specialization

  • Pharmacological, biological, and biochemical properties of Chinese medicines
  • Evidence based study of Chinese Medicine
  • Clinical study of Chinese Medicine
  • Clinical and experimental study of acupuncture
  • Basic theory in Chinese Medicine
  • Development of Chinese medical products for health

Tuition Fee (Provisional)

HK$42,100 per annum (Full-time) and HK$56,280 per annum (Part-time) The tuition fee for part-time mode is calculated in self-finance basis.

Application Procedures


Complete and return the application form via:

  1. Online application: https://www.gs.cuhk.edu.hk/page/ApplicationforAdmission

Applicants should send all the required support documents to the School of Chinese Medicine:

  1. Application Fee Receipt (Not necessary for credit card payment through online application);
  2. Copies of identity card or passport;
  3. Official Transcripts from the University attended by applicants*;
  4. Copies of degree certificates;
  5. Other copies of certifications, for example, Chinese medicines program certificates or transcripts;
  6. One of the following documents showing the applicant has fulfilled the Graduate School's English Language Proficiency Requirement;
    • Copies of degree from a university in Hong Kong or an English speaking country; or
    • Certifying letter of a pass in English of HKALE, or HKHLE, or HKDSE issued by The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA); or
    • Copy of the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination in which Level 4 or above in the English Language subject is possessed; or
    • Copies of a recognized professional qualification awarded in Hong Kong or an English speaking country; or
    • Photocopy of a pass in English of CUHK Matriculation Exam.;  or
    • Original score reports/certificates of one of the following tests in which the score fulfilled the following requirements. (Only original valid official score report sent directly from thetest organization to the University will be accepted. Original examinee’s score report will not be accepted.) 
      • TOEFL (not lower than 550 paper based, 213 computer based, and 79 internet based);
      • GMAT (Verbal not lower than 21);
      • IELTS (Academic) (not lower than Band 6.5)
  7. Confidential Recommendations from Two referees respectively*;

* Official Transcripts and Confidential Recommendation must reach the respective divisions directly from the University and referees, or in sealed envelopes and send by the applicant with other support documents to the Graduate Division.

Enquiry

Tel: (852) 3943 1346
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Address: School of Chinese Medicine, Room G08, Lee Wai Chun Building, Chung Chi College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

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