In 2013, Chinese College of Canada, operating as World Chinese Medicine And Acupuncture College (WCMAAC), a private career college registered under the Private Colleges Act, 2005, an Ontario non-profit corporation founded in 1994. As a result of our registration, we can provide a number of career training programs outside of TCM and Acupuncture, and students choosing to study in any of these programs may be eligible for government financial assistance through Second Career.
World Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture College was founded on a lofty vision: All our programs in traditional Chinese medicine and their requirements have been designed to correspond to those offered by universities of traditional Chinese medicine; we also continually respond to the Canadian government’s healthcare policies, in order that our graduates may be ethical, academically outstanding, and successful in their professional practice.
To help our graduates with getting professional liability insurance, we have also created the Canadian Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists World Federation (CTCMPAWF), which can provide its members with a professional reference.
April 1, 2013 marked the day when our first cohort of graduates successfully registered with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO) through Grandparented Registration. If you want to join them and get an education in Traditional Chinese Medicine in Ontario that is equivalent to what you can expect from a university of Chinese medicine, WCMAAC is your school of choice.
Wilson Yu, PhD, R.TCMP, R.Ac
Graduates with WCMAAC directors & Chinese Consulate representatives at Chinese College of Canada’s 18th graduation dinner