Beijing University of Chinese Medicine plays a leadership role in the field of Chinese medicine education, TCM development and research, on a national level. For foreign students, it provides the highest level Chinese medicine education which is taught by the most talented and deeply knowledgeable Chinese medicine professors and doctors. It also offers a diversity of courses, well-designed curriculums, advanced Chinese medicine seminars, vast extra-curricular activities and clinical internships with the top Chinese medicine clinics and hospitals in Beijing. With its culturally sensitive and progressive staff, outstanding domestic and international students, along with its rich and beautiful campus environment, there are many opportunities for professional and personal development.
As the university lies in the heart of Beijing, one of the most historical, cultural, international and vital cities in China, it also provides its students with easy access to many opportunities to learn more about Chinese culture and language, history, arts and entertainment, as well as, enjoy all of what Beijing has to offer its residents. BUCM has a long history of international development and educating foreign students. This has transformed Beijing University of Chinese Medicine into the premier university to educate foreigners in the field of Chinese medicine. Beijing University of Chinese Medicine provides a 5 years English taught undergraduate program in Chinese Medicine for international students. It aims to train advanced clinical doctors of Chinese medicine with professional knowledge and skills to do clinical work with high efficiency guided by thoughts of Chinese medical diagnosis and treatment.
Chinese Language, Introduction to Chinese Traditional Culture and Philosophy, History of Chinese Medicine, Traditional Sports, Medical Ethics, Medical Terminology, Chinese Medical Terminology, Research Design and Procedure, Basic Theories of Chinese Medicine, Diagnostics of Chinese Medicine, Chinese Materia Medica, Chinese Medicinal Processing, Herbs Identification, Meridians and Acupoints, Chinese Medicine Formulas, Classic 1: Nei Jing, Classic 2: Shang Han Lun.
Classic 3: Wen Bing Xue, Classic 4: Jin Gui Yao Lue, Acupuncture Techniques, Moixbustion and Cupping, Special Acupuncture (Scalp, Ear), Qi Gong, TCM Psychology, Treatment Modality of Acupuncture & Moixbustion, Tui Na, Introduction to Preventative Medicine, TCM Food and Diet, TCM Orthopedics & Traumatology, Foot Massage, TCM Internal Medicine, TCM Surgery, TCM Gynecology, TCM Pediatrics, Medicine Rehabilitation, TCM Dermatology, TCM Geronotology, TCM Pharmaceutics, Chinese Patent Medicine, Comparison between Chinese Medicine and Contemporary Medicine, Anatomy and Physiology, Surface Anatomy, Biochemistry, Biochemistry Microbiology and Parasitology, Histology, Topography, Biomedical Pharmacology
, Biomedical Pathophysiology, Epidemiology, CPR and Other Emergency Techniques, Biomedical Diagnosis and Laboratory Tests.
Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BUCM) is one of the earliest established higher education institutions for Chinese medicine in the People’s Republic of China, was founded in 1956. BUCM is directly under the supervision of China’s Ministry of Education and has been appointed as a participant in the China “211 Project”, a national development project committed to achieving first-class international-level education and scholarship. Beijing University of Chinese Medicine consists of 13 schools and offers degree programs at undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral levels in Chinese Medicine. The schools are: School of Preclinical Medicine, the First School of Clinical Chinese Medicine (Dong Zhi Men Hospital), the Second School of Clinical Chinese Medicine (Dong Fang Hospital), the Third School of Clinical Chinese Medicine (the Third Affiliated Hospital), School of Chinese Materia Medica, School of Acupuncture, Moxibustion and Tuina, School of Management, School of Nursing, School of Humanities, Graduate School, International School, School of Continuing Education and School of Distance Learning.
(Source: Beijing University of Chinese Medicine)
1. Applicant for Preparatory Program are exempted.
2. Undergraduate Applicants are required to sit for a written Entrance Examination and to be interviewed.
3. Level 6 HSK certificate (or above) holders are exempted from the Written Examination. Interview required.
4. BUCM Preparatory Program students on passing their Program Examination can enroll directly into Undergraduate Program.