Admission

TCM and Acupuncturist Advanced Diploma Program (Four Years or 8 Semesters)

(Student can attend 8 semesters in 2 years and 8 months if including summer courses)

  1. Eighteen years of age or over.

  2. A minimum of two years of post secondary academic education or equivalent.

  3. If previous schooling was in a language other than English, student must provide proof of having passed TOEFL or an equivalent exam; otherwise the student must enroll in and pass an ESL program in our College before commencing their program of study.

  4. Evidence of maturity and an understanding of the role and responsibility of a health care professional and a willingness to help those in need.

 

Note: This is a four-year full-time program. However, you can fast-track it to two years eight months if you are willing to take on a full courseload in the summer semesters.

Diploma Programs in Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Orthopaedics, Tuina(Three Years or 6 Semesters)

(Student can attend all courses in 2 years and  if including summer courses)

  1. Eighteen years of age or over.

  2. High school graduated or equivalent.

  3. If previous schooling was in a language other than English, student must provide proof of having passed TOEFL or an equivalent exam; otherwise the student must enroll in and pass an ESL program in our College before commencing their program of study.

  4. A strong motivation and a determination to succeed in the field of TCM and adhere to professional ethics.

 

Note: These are full-time programs that normally take three years or more. However, you may be able to fast-track it to two years if you are willing to take on a full courseload in the summer semesters, or if you are able to take extra courses each semester.

Certificate Programs

  1. Eighteen years of age or over.

  2. Secondary school graduated or equivalent.

  3. Can read, write, speak, and understand English at Grade 10 level. Otherwise the student must enroll in and pass an ESL program in our College before commencing their program of study.

  4. An interest in traditional Chinese medicine and an openness to become a professional and qualified traditional Chinese medicine practitioner

Single Courses

  1. Eighteen years of age or over.

What If You Do Not Meet Admission Requirements

If you do not meet the academic and English proficiency requirements for the advanced diploma program but meet those for a diploma program, you may begin a diploma program of your choice. After successfully passing second year in the diploma program you may transfer to the TCM Advanced Diploma program in your fourth year.

If you do not meet the academic and English proficiency requirements for a diploma program but meet those for a certificate program, you may begin a certificate program of your choice. After successfully completing the certificate program you may transfer to the corresponding diploma program.

 

If you do not meet the academic and English proficiency requirements for a certificate program but have an interest to become a competent traditional Chinese medicine practitioner, you may start taking single courses. After accumulating enough credits you may transfer to a certificate program, After fulfilling the English language and other program requirements, you may transfer to a diploma program and from there continue towards the TCM Advanced Diploma Program.

Transfer Students

 

Students who have previously taken TCM courses in another school are welcome to continue their studies at WCMAAC. To avoid having to repeat courses that you have already taken, please submit copies of any relevant academic documents when you register. Please see Credit Transfer for details.

You can also request more information with this form:

To request more information:

World Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture College
5183 Sheppard Avenue East
Toronto, Ontario  M1B 5Z5
Canada

Tel: 416-493-9194

Email: info@wcmaac.com

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