Signing of partnership agreement with the World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies

Wilson Yu, President, WCMAAC with Zhixian Long, former President, BUCM

Wilson Yu, President, WCMAAC with Nenggui Xu, Vice President, GZUCM

Signing of partnership agreement with GZUCM: Wilson Yu, President, WCMAAC & Hongqi Wang, Dean, School of International Education, GZUCM

Signing of partnership agreement with WFCMS: Wilson Yu, President, WCMAAC & Wenzuo Chang, Secretariat, WFCMS

Dr. Yun Liu, Secretary-General, WFAS hosting the first WFAS international qualification test in Canada

WFCMS hosting the first WFCMS international qualification test in Canada

First cohort of graduating students to write WFCMS’s qualification test

 

President’s Message

In 2013, World Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture College (a corporation without share capital affiliated with the Chinese College of Canada, an Ontario non-profit corporated founded in 1994) was approved by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities to become a private career college registered under the Private Colleges Act, 2005 — the first private career college with a name that mentions Chinese medicine and acupuncture. As a result of our registration, we can now provide a number of career training programs which have been developed in response to needs identified by Employment and Social Development Canada, and students choosing to study in any of these approved programs may be eligible for financial assistance through Second Career. >>Read more

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World Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture College (WCMAAC) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada is currently the only private career college specializing in Chinese medicine and acupuncture that is registered with the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Students completing our programs are eligible to write the Pan-Canadian Written and Clinical Case-Study Examinations.

We offer certificate, diploma, and advanced diploma programs for various specializations in Chinese medicine. After completing our programs, if you want to further enhance your knowledge, you can enrol in a master’s (MSc) or doctoral (PhD) program in Chinese Medicine offered by the Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (GZUCM).

GZUCM is China’s top university for Chinese medicine. It is China’s largest and best-equipped medical university, with over 50 affiliated hospitals throughout Guangdong Province and is engaged in the promotion of Chinese medicine education throughout the world. In 2012, World Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture College signed a collaboration agreement with GZUCM for a 5-year bachelor’s (BSc), 3-year MSc, and 3-year PhD program. Tuition is $11,000 (Canadian) per year for the MSc program and $12,800 per year for the PhD program. All graduate courses will be taught by GZUCM professors, who will also be proctoring all examinations in the graduate programs.

Applications for 2014 for the MSc and PhD programs offered by GZUCM are accepted until November 30, 2014. If you are under the age of 35 you may qualify for Chinese Government Full Scholarships. Designed for overseas Chinese medicine graduate students, this scholarship fully covers tuition, housing and textbooks for your three years of study, and includes a ¥1,700 (renminbi) monthly stipend for living expenses if you are in the MSc program or a ¥2,000 monthly stipend if you are in the PhD program. If you are eligible you must apply for scholarship before April 12, 2015 and reapply before April 12 of each subsequent year.

You have the option to study either in Toronto or in Guangzhou for the entire duration of your MSc or PhD program, unless you have applied for Chinese Government Full Scholarships, in which case you must stay in Guangzhou for full-time study. If you choose to study in Toronto you must still travel to Guangzhou for short durations for registration, selection of your research thesis topic, and for your thesis defense. During the three years of your study, completion of eight (8) courses are required for graduation from the MSc program, or six (6) courses for the PhD program. You can take up to five years to finish your degree while paying only three years of tuition.

If you are interested, please apply by calling 416-315-7272 or 647-274-6988, or visit us at 5183 Sheppard Ave. East, Scarborough, Ontario. For further information, email us at info@chinesecollegeofcanada.com or visit our website at www.wcmaac.com

Registration is now open for an exclusive preparation course for CTCMPAO’s written examinations for General Registration, featuring mock examination questions in English provided by the World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies (WFAS), a UN NGO.

In March 2013, CTCMPAO has kickstarted the application process to register for the titles of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner and Acupuncturist. Grandparented Registration is expected to end on April 4, 2014 and persons successfully obtaining a Grandparented Certificate of Registration will need to pass professional assessment within five years. For persons wanting to participate in the examinations for General Registration as a Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitoner or Acupuncturist, examinations will be in English and the first written examination will be on October 8, 2013.

Exclusive programs of study at WCMAAC

  1. WCMAAC is the first school of traditional Chinese medicine in Canada to offer training programs and international qualification examinations in partnership with the World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies (WFAS) and the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS), both headquartered in Beijing, China. All traditional Chinese medicine practitioners and acupuncturists requiring further training are welcome to contact us about our training programs.

    As the only acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine association having an NGO status with the World Health Organization, certificates issued by WFAS enjoy a degree of international credibility. Both WFAS and WFCMS have held their respective examinations in Toronto in 2012 and 2013, and the next WFAS examination for TCM and acupuncture has been scheduled for November 23, 2013.

  2. WCMAAC has partnered with the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine to offer a 5-year undergraduate program, as well as 3-year graduate programs at the Masters and Doctorate levels. Students electing for undergraduate study will take their first- and second-year courses in Toronto and their third-, fourth-, and fifth-year courses in Guangzhou. Students electing for graduate studies have the option to study in Toronto or Guangzhou. All diplomas and degrees are Chinese diplomas and degrees and will be conferred by and registered with the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China. Applications are now accepted for the academic year starting September 2013.

    Applicants to the Masters program must hold a university degree or be a graduate of WCMAAC. Applicants to the Doctoral program must hold a Masters’ degree.


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