Admission Information

School/Department/Institute Program Admission Criteria& Additional Requirements
School of Chinese Medicine Undergraduate
Division (A)/
Division (B)
Document Review (100%)
  • The applicant must have the certificate (Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing) of Level 4 or above for the Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language (TOCFL, formerly TOP).
  • School Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 3.0 or equivalent.
  • International students of Division (A) may enroll in a second major provided by the School of Medicine. Students of Division (B) cannot enroll in a second major provided by the School of Medicine
  • Credit Transfers:
1. An applicant who has graduated from the Department of Medicine of an overseas university approved by the Ministry of Education in Taiwan, and who possesses a doctor's license in that country may apply to be exempted from the Western Medicine curriculum. A specially tailored curriculum will be provided.
2. Application for credit transfer must follow the university policy.
Master Document Review (100%)
The applicant must have the certificate of Level 4 or above for the Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language (TOCFL, formerly TOP).
Doctoral Document Review (100%)
The applicant must have the certificate of Level 4 or above for the Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language (TOCFL, formerly TOP).
Graduate Institute of Integrated Medicine Master Document Review (100%)
  • A Bachelor degree in one of the following fields is required: Medicine, Post-baccalaureate Medicine, Chinese Medicine, Post-baccalaureate Chinese Medicine, or Dentistry.
  • English proficiency in communication is required.
Doctoral Document Review (100%)
  • A bachelor degree in one of the following fields is required: Medicine, Post-baccalaureate Medicine, Chinese Medicine, Post-baccalaureate Chinese Medicine, or Dentistry.
  • A medical doctor license, a Chinese Medicine practitioner or a dentist's license and at least 2-year of clinical experiences are required.
  • A master degree, or a published academic paper meeting the standard of a Master degree, and a research proposal are required.
  • English proficiency in communication is required.
Graduate Institute of Acupuncture Science Master Document Review (100%)
Graduate Institute of Acupuncture Science- International Master Program Master Document Review (100%)
The applicant must  qualify for one of the following two requirements:
  • A Bachelor degree in one of the following fields is required: Medicine, Post-baccalaureate Medicine, Chinese Medicine, Post-baccalaureate Chinese Medicine, or Dentistry.
  • The applicant should have a Bachelor degree, and an Acupuncturist license.
The course curriculum is taught in English; therefore neither a letter of recommendation by a Chinese instructor nor a Chinese Proficiency Test is required.
School of Post-Baccalaureate Chinese Medicine Undergraduate Document Review (100%)
  • The applicant should have a Bachelor degree and  the certificate of Level 4 or above for the Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language (TOCFL, formerly TOP).
  • A study plan must be written in Chinese and in applicant’s handwriting, include learning motives, expected length of study, and future plan, and should be submitted along with application package.
  • Transfer of Credits:The applicant who has graduated from the Department of Medicine of an overseas university which is approved by the Ministry of Education in Taiwan and possesses a doctor's license in that country may apply to be exempted from the Western Medicine curriculum. Credits attained prior to admission must be submitted with the application and further evaluated by the departmental committee before the transfer of credits. Transfer of credits from other universities shall be preceded according to the credit-transfer regulations of CMU.