Programmes are approved by the Nanjing University
The Masters and PhD degree programmes are approved by the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine in line with regulations issued by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China.
Students that have completed the Masters or PhD teaching programme and have passed thesis defenses will obtain Masters Academic Degree and PhD Academic Degree titles, issued by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China and obtain a Master or PhD diploma issued by NJUCM.
The purpose of the Masters and PhD degree programme is to encourage a deep, rooted understanding of TCM that makes it second nature in the graduates’ personal and professional lives. The degree programme is meanth to further expand on the knowledge already gained by the students, giving advanced skills in practical, theoretical, diagnostic and research methods.
The Masters and PhD programmes are both 3 years part-time studies, offering a mixture of contact and selfstudy modules. Both programmes provide students with access to top lecturers and world renowned supervisors, enabling the student to develop their chosen speciality.
The Masters and PhD programmes will further build the bridge between both theoretical and clinical practice and between Chinese and Western Medicine.
Students can choose from the following speciality areas:
- Internal Medicine in TCM
- Gynaecology in TCM
- Dermatology in TCM