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Master of Chinese Medicine
Why study the Master of Chinese Medicine?
The Master of Chinese Medicine is designed for Chinese medicine practitioners wishing to strengthen their knowledge and better integrate into the health care system. The course is also designed for graduates with a Chinese Medicine specialisation seeking a pathway to research.
The course includes two major streams: a clinical stream and a research-training pathway. The clinical stream features a substantial clinical placement in a teaching hospital in China affiliated with the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BJUCM) in addition to clinical specialisation workshops. The research stream includes a significant research project which is supported by the National Institute of Complementary Medicine (NICM).
The course is delivered via structured, intensive workshops and online resources with self-directed learning between workshops to allow maximum flexibility for busy practitioners.
|Delivery Mode||On campus||On campus|
|Location||Campbelltown campus||Campbelltown campus|
|Duration||1.5 Years Full Time / 3 Years Part Time||1.5 Years Full Time|
|Intake Information||Available Semester 1 (Autumn) and Semester 2 (Spring)||Available Semester 1 (Autumn) and Semester 2 (Spring)|
|Course Code||950530||4716.1 [CRICOS Code 00917K]|
|Fee Information||Local Course Fees (opens in a new window)||International Course Fees (opens in a new window)|
Part time-study is only available to local students and is generally completed by day classes as there are limited night classes.
Chinese medicine is used by over a quarter of the world's population and is the largest form of complementary medicine in Australia. This growing industry increases career opportunities locally and overseas for progressive UWS graduates.
How to Apply
All domestic applications for entry to UWS postgraduate courses must be made through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) (opens in a new window). Step by step instructions are available on the How to Apply pages.
All international applications for entry to UWS postgraduate courses must be made via the International Student Admission Application form. Step by step instructions are available on the International Admissions pages.
If you are interested in completing a higher research degree, for example Masters Honours, information is accessible from UWS Research (opens in a new window).