John & Jenny TCM College – Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine
Cooperation on Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs
1: Those who wish to pursue Bachelor’s degree of TCM should carry at least a high-school diploma or above.
2: Those who wish to pursue Master’s degree of TCM should carry at least a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent (ex. college diploma plus 2 years of working experience)
3: Those who wish to pursue Doctor’s degree of TCM should carry at least a Master’s degree or equivalent (ex. a bachelor’s degrees with more than 6 years of working experience or 2 bachelor’s degrees)
Program Duration: Bachelor’s degree – 5 years, Master’s degree – 3 years, Doctor’s degree – 3 years
Registration time：Every September and March
Class Schedule: Flexible daytime classes available
Teaching Procedure: Based on the two schools’ matching program curriculum and credit recognition, students can study full-time or part-time in Canada or China to finish basic courses, thesis development and research, and then complete thesis defense and at least 3 months of clinical training in NJUCM.
To register, please go to: Department of International Cooperation, John & Jenny TCM College, 8791 Woodbine Ave, Unit100, Markham, ON L3R 0P4
A Brief Intro of Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine
Established in 1954, Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine (NJUCM) is one of the earliest Chinese Medical Universities in China. It not only compiled the very first set of traditional Chinese medicine textbooks, but also cultivated the earliest teaching team for the new revolutionized China, including professor Danan Cheng and professor Juquan Ye, who were the first academicians of the Chinese Academy of Science. 12 “national TCM masters” (one third of total masters) and five academicians of traditional Chinese medicine (half of the whole country) came from this university, it is known as the “Cradle of new China’s Chinese medicine education”. In the “2017 Chinese University Evaluation”, NJUCM ranked No. 1 across all traditional Chinese medicine universities in China. Its affiliated hospital, Jiangsu Provincial Chinese Medicine Hospital, received 4.78 million visits in 2016, which surpassed all other hospitals (TCM or western) in the Jiangsu province.