Master of Chinese Medicine (Full-time)
The application for 2020/21 admission is now open for application.
For details, please visit Graduate School's website: https://www.gs.cuhk.edu.hk/page/ApplicationforAdmission
Offered by the School of Chinese Medicine, Master of Chinese Medicine is targeted on applicants who have completed a non-Chinese Medicine majored Bachelor's Degree and are interested in pursuing advanced study in theories and clinical practice in Chinese Medicine. This is the unique Master programme in Hong Kong which enables graduates to sit for the Chinese Medicine Practitioner Licensing Examination organized by the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong upon completion of the Programme.
Initiated by the School of Chinese Medicine since September 2000, the Master of Chinese Medicine Programme aims to provide advanced training in Chinese Medicine for University graduates.
The Master of Chinese Medicine is a four-year full-time programme, which consists of the Pre-clinical Programme (3 years) and the Clinical Programme (1 years). Coursework requirements are as follows.
|Courses on Chinese Medicine*||96*|
|Minimum units of courses for graduation||129|
*Include 3 units of Elective Courses
Students are required to complete courses on Chinese medical concepts, specialties in Chinese medicine and basic medical and life sciences in the Pre-clinical Programme (3 years). Students will then receive advanced clinical training by attaching to a Chinese medicine hospital in the Mainland and/ or a specialty clinic in Hong Kong (1 year).
|Term 1 : Principles of Chinese Medicine, Diagnostic Approaches in Chinese Medicine Practice, Fundamental Biomedical Science, Yellow Emperor’s Inner Canon|
|Term 2 : Chinese Medicine Clerkship I, Chinese Materia Medica, Modern Medical Science I, The Meridian System|
|Term 1 : Chinese Medicine Formulae, Modern Medical Science II, Acupuncture Therapy, Clinical Tui Na|
|Term 2 : Chinese Medicine Clerkship II, Treatise on Exogenous Febrile Diseases, Golden Chamber, Orthopaedics and Traumatology (Chinese Medicine)|
|Term 1 : Internal Medicine (Chinese Medicine) I, Seasonal Febrile Diseases, Ear, Nose, Throat and Ophthalmology (Chinese Medicine), Paediatrics (Chinese Medicine)|
|Term 2 : Chinese Medicine Clerkship III, Surgery (Chinese Medicine), Gynaecology (Chinese Medicine), Internal Medicine (Chinese Medicine) II , Different Theories of Chinese Medicine|
|Summer term: Chinese Medicine Clinical Attachment I|
|Term 1 : Chinese Medicine Clinical Attachment II|
|Term 2 : Chinese Medicine Clinical Attachment III|
Remark : Year One, Term 1 will commence in August 2020.
Applicants should meet the general requirements of the Graduate School.
(Please refer to the "Postgraduate prospectus" or website: https://www.gs.cuhk.edu.hk/admissions/admissions/requirements for details on this requirement.)
In addition to the above-mentioned requirements of the Graduate School, applicants should preferably:
have majored in Biomedical Sciences or a related field; or
have completed Chinese medicine courses in a recognized educational institution.
Applicants should also fulfill the English Language Proficiency Requirement of the Graduate School.
A written test and interview may be required by the School of Chinese Medicine.
For Admission Procedures, please visit the CUHK Graduate School website at:
2020-21 Entry : HK$151,350 (per annum) (subject to the University's approval)
31 March 2020
Complete and return the application form via:
Online application: https://www.gs.cuhk.edu.hk/page/ApplicationforAdmission
The application fee is HK$300
(Only online admission application will be accepted)
Submit the following supporting documents to the School of Chinese Medicine:
One photocopy of your HKID card or other identity document as given in the Application Form.
Official transcripts (with a complete record of courses attended and examination results) of all tertiary level studies. Photocopies will not be accepted*. Applicants should first download the “Transcript Submission Covering Sheet” and send it to their universities to apply for transcripts.Transcripts should be returned directly to relevant Divisions in officially sealed envelope.*CUHK qualifications (Bachelor’s or higher degrees): Photocopies of transcripts issued by CUHK are accepted.
Applicants who obtained degrees from universities in Mainland China are required to provide an Online Verification Report of Higher Education Qualification Certificate (教育部學歷證書電子註冊備案表) issued by the CHESICC (學信網).
Copies of certificates of academic/professional qualifications.
Copies of other qualifications, e.g. certificate and transcript of courses on Chinese Medicine.
One document of any one of the following score reports/certificates, showing that you have fulfilled the English Language Proficiency Requirement for admission to the Graduate School:
Photocopy of a pass in English of HKALE, HKHLE, or CUHK Matriculation Exam.; or
Photocopy of an achieve Level 4 or above in the English Language subject of the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) Examination; or
Photocopy of a degree from a university in Hong Kong or taken a degree programme of which the medium of instruction was English; or
Original of a valid official score report (The official score report must be sent to the University directly from the test organization) of TOEFL, or IELTS (Academic), or GMAT (verbal):
- TOEFL (Paper-based: 550; Internet-based: 79);
- GMAT (verbal) (Band 21);
- IELTS (Academic) (Band 6.5); or
(*TOEFL and IELTS are considered valid for two years from the test date. GMAT is considered valid for five years from the test date.)
Photocopy of a recognized professional qualification awarded in Hong Kong or an English speaking country
Confidential recommendations from 2 referees (not from the applicant) in sealed envelope or via online system.
Tel: (852) 3943-5516
Address: School of Chinese Medicine Office, Room G08, Li Wai Chun Building, Chung Chi College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, Hong Kong
The information of tuition fees and application procedures provided by the Graduate School shall be the final.