Bachelor of Chinese Medicine and Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Biomedical Science of the Hong Kong Kong Baptist University (HKBU), launched in 1998, is the first full-time undergraduate Chinese medicine (CM) programme funded by the University Grants Committee in Hong Kong.
The aim of this double-degree programme is to equip students with a comprehensive and practical understanding of Chinese medicine. The ultimate goal is to train a new generation of Chinese medicine practitioners with the ability to integrate modern science and technology with Chinese medicine principles on a scientific basis for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
This is a 6-year full-time double degree programme, with 15-month internship training, and an Honours Project. The curriculum of the programme encompasses extensive courses in Chinese medicine as well as courses in biomedical and clinical Western medicine, in an approximate ratio of 7:3.
Instructors in this programme use diversified teaching tools and activities, including multimedia teaching aids, case study, group discussion, and laboratory practice, medicinal herb field trips, and hospital visits to achieve outcome-based teaching and learning. To uphold the spirit of “Whole Person Education” as advocated by the University, 31 credits courses in general education are included in the new curriculum.
Interdisciplinary Thematic Courses
Clinical practice plays an important role in learning Chinese medicine. Students are required to conduct clinical practicum training in the following Chinese medicine clinics runs by HKBU from the 1st years onwards. In the fifth and sixth years, students are also required to complete 12-month internship in a Chinese Medicine teaching hospital in mainland China, followed by a 3-month specialized clinical intership.
There are a total of 17 Chinese medicine clinics under the School of Chinese Medicine, ten of which are operated directly by the Clinical Division
|Kowloon Tong||Hong Kong Baptist University Mr. & Mrs. Chan Hon Yin Chinese Medicine Specialty Clinic and Good Clinical Practice Centre|
|Tsim Sha Tsui||Hong Kong Baptist University Tsimshatsui Chinese Medicine Clinic|
|Tsim Sha Tsui||Hong Kong Baptist University Chinese Medicine Specialty Centre|
|Prince Edward||Hong Kong Baptist University ‒ Jockey Club Chinese Medicine Disease Prevention and Health Management Centre|
|Prince Edward||Hong Kong Baptist University School of Chinese Medicine – Lui Seng Chun|
|North Point||Hong Kong Baptist University Chinese Medicine Specialty Clinic (North Point)|
|Sheung Wan||Hong Kong Baptist University HK Island Wei Ke Qiang Chinese Medicine Specialty Clinic|
|Causeway Bay||Haven of Hope – Hong Kong Baptist University Chinese Medicine Specialty Clinic|
|Wong Chuk Hang||The Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society - Hong Kong Baptist University Chinese Medicine Centre|
Hong Kong Baptist University Chinese Medicine Clinic (Jockey Club Cadenza Hub)
Apart from clinical practice in local institutions, in the fifth and sixth year, students are also required to complete 12-month internship in a Chinese Medicine teaching hospital in mainland China, followed by a 3-month specialized clinical internship.
This is a 6-unit Honors Project and the aim is to provide students with first hand experience on scientific research. Students may choose a topic from a wide variety of areas, ranging from laboratory experience, eqidemiologic study and clinical investigation of Chinese medicine.
The major student intake is Form 6 graduates with Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) Examination results who applied via the Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS). Applicants with suitable qualifications will also be considered by applying via non-JUPAS route. The approximate annual intake is 30.
Applicants must satisfy the entrance requirements specific to their desired programmes of study IN ADDITION TO the General University Admission Requirements. Please click here for details about the General University Admission Requirements.
Note 1: No alternative Chinese language qualifications will be accepted in lieu of HKDSE Chinese language.
Note 2: One elective must be Biology or Chemistry. The other elective must be any Category A subjects or M1/M2 (Extended Part of Mathematics Module 1 or Module 2).
#The requirements may review from time to time without prior notice. Please refer to the admission information announced by the HKBU Academic Registry as the updated information.
Applicants seeking admission on the strength of qualifications other than HKDSE results should apply directly to the University. For information on the application procedures and admission requirements, please refer to the website of HKBU Academic Registry.
For Programme information, please contact:
|(852) 3411-2914/ 3411-2960|