Everything you need to know about getting started at JJTCMC
As all instruction, and examination is in English, knowledge of Mandarin is not required.
Applicants must have a minimum education of a High School diploma.
Out-of-province are welcome; there is no difference in cost for such applicants.
E-Learning eligibility is granted if an applicant's commute to the school by car is equal to or greater than 1 hour in duration. Note, distance learners only attend theoretical courses remotely in real-time; they are still required to attend all practical courses and theoretical course assessments in-person.
If you have previously studied courses that are similar in content to courses within our curriculum for a given program of study, JJTCMC will be happy to assess the possibility of transferring credits from previous studies. Note, there is currently no maximum number of credits that we will agree to transfer.
Though official start-dates of all programs of study are September and January of each year, it is possible for applicants to commence their studies at any time of year; contact us for more details.
Step 1: Student Registration - Complete and submit a hard or soft copy of a student registration form along with a registration fee of $100.
Step 2: Payment Schedule Agreement - Sign a contract with JJTCMC to enter into a payment schedule that is agreed upon by both parties. Generally, payment schedules span from as low as dividing the program tuition by the number of its full-time duration of study in months to as high as paying the program tuition fee in full in a single installment. For additional information, please review the School Policy's Payment and Refund subsection.
Step 3: Begin payments and commence your studies.
President scholarship ($3000) awarded to 2 students each year: This prestigious scholarship is offered by the President of JJTCMC John Jinhong Liu to students who exemplify acdemic excellence.
• Student must have paid tuition in full that year.
• Student must submit a written biography of their educational background, English capability, and passion for TCM.
• Student must have passed all courses in his/her program.
Though OSAP is not yet avilable for studies at our school, we are actively working towards OSAP approval.
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