Welcome to the Post-Graduate Degree Programme
Our Masters and Doctorate degree programmes are awarded by the Nanjing university of Chinese Medicine. The programmes are both 3 years part-time, offering a mixture of contact and online modules making it easy for you to fit around your personal and work life. Both programmes are taught degrees, giving you access to the top lecturers and supervisors in the world, and enabling you to develop your chosen speciality in the way that you want.
If you have enrolled onto the degree programme, please click on the log-in button above to visit the e-learning platform. For further information, or to apply for the next intake, please click here to visit our Masters/PhD webpage.
The Disciplines – Develop your speciality
- Acupuncture & Tuina
- Chinese Herbal Medicine (Prescriptions)
- Diagnostics in Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Gynecology of Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Dermatology of Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Internal Medicine of Traditional Chinese Medicine
PEGGY BOSCH is a psychologist, licensed acupuncturist, and Heilpraktikerin (German name for a state exam that allows non-MDs to work in healthcare), who received her PhD (in psychology) from the Radboud University, Nijmegen (Netherlands) on acupuncture in the treatment of depression, schizophrenia and sleep disorders. She works as a fulltime psychologist at the (psychiatric) LVR-Klinik Bedburg-Hau in Germany, where she also treats patients with acupuncture and leads an acupuncture research group. She is an author of numerous papers in this field and is a lecturer at the Shenzhou Open University of TCM in Amsterdam, International Lectures and WAVAN (all in the Netherlands). She was a keynote lecturer at many conferences and thorougly enjoys collaborating internationally in research on acupuncture.
PROF. MEI LU has worked in Nanjing China since 1990 to 2015, as a medical doctor of Chinese Medicine and professor, successively in Acupuncture Dept. of Nanjing Children’s and Acupuncture Dept. of International Education College of Nanjing University of TCM. During this stage, from1998 to 2000, took part in Chinese Medical Team for Guyana of South America, taking charge of Acupuncture Dept. of Georgetown Hospital. From 2005 up to now, working as a professor and TCM doctor in Lisbon in Escola Medicina Tradicional Chinesa and TCM Clinic of China Health as the clinic director. Also take responsibility of the formation Department of NCMS association.
PROF. PEILIN SUN has been engaged in TCM clinical practice and teaching for more than thirty years. He used to give lectures at the International Acupuncture Training Center, Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine after his graduation from his Masters study in 1988. In September 1989, he was invited by the Belgian doctors’ Acupuncture Association to give a number of seminars and lectures. Currently Prof. Sun teaches in Belgium and other European countries whilst also a visiting professor at a number of China Universities of Traditional Chinese Medicine and tutor on the Masters degree programme. While working in China, Prof. Sun published more than twenty articles. Since moving to Belgium, he has published more than thirty articles in different international medical journals.
PROF. SHULAN TANG graduated from Nanjing TCM University in 1984 and gained her Master’s degree in TCM prescriptions from Beijing TCM University in 1987. She came to the UK in 1991. Since then she has been practicing and teaching TCM in the UK and Europe. She received her professorship in 2002 from Nanjing TCM University. Currently, Prof. Tang is the president of the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine Alumni Association (Europe), council member of the ATCM, and vice president of the World Federation of TCM Gynaecology Committee. Prof. Tang also maintains a full time practice in Manchester and is principal of the Shulan College of Chinese Medicine.
DR RAN WANG (MD) is an academic clinical fellow specialist training registrar in respiratory medicine at Manchester, UK. She graduated with an honours in BSc medical science from St. Andrews University in 2009, and subsequently achieved an honours degree in Medicine from the University of Manchester in 2012. Her clinical research interest surround the development, association and management asthma and cough.
PROF. TIANJUN WANG graduated from Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine (NUCM) in 1989 and had worked as a Medical Doctor and Acupuncturist in a Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, Nanjing, China for 18 years. Dr. T Wang completed his PhD at NUCM, studying and researching Acupuncture in the Treatment for Depression. He was a clinical supervisor and Vice-professor in NUCM. Dr. Wang moved to the UK and joined University of East London UK (UEL) as a Senior Lecturer and the Director of Acupuncture Clinic in 2007 until Dec 2014. He is a Visiting Professor of Liaoning University of TCM, China from 2009. Currently Prof. Wang is the Acupuncture Course Director and Senior Lecturer at College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM). He owns his TJAcupuncture Clinic in London, the UK.
PROF. WEIXIANG WANG graduated from Nanjing University of TCM in 1989 and has been working for the University and her affiliated hospitals as a doctor, lecturer and associate professor since then until October 2003. He received his Master’s and Doctor’s degree from the same university afterwards. He was invited to practice and lecture in Ireland, UK, Germany, Hong Kong, Austria and Switzerland and achieved great success. He took part in a joint clinical study on the treatment of hypertension by acupuncture sponsored by Nanjing University of TCM China and Erlangen University Germany from 2001 to 2002 in Germany and during that period he also worked in a local hospital for patients with pain syndrome treating them with Chinese medicine.
PROF. WEI XU is currently a senior scientist at the Roche Innovation Center in Zurich (Hoffmann-La Roche), leading several drug discovery programs in cancer immunotherapy. His lab is interested in understanding of immune regulation of myeloid cells in the context of tumor microenvironment. He obtained his medical bachleor’s degree at Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine in 1999, and PhD in immunology at Leiden University in the Netherlands in 2007. Later he performed his post-doctoral training at the Baylor Institute for Immunology under the supervision of Dr. Jacques Banchereau prior to joining Roche.
PROF. LIQIN ZHAO is the Registrar of the Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture, UK (ATCM); Chief Editor of ‘the Journal of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture’ in the UK; Council member of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS) and the Gynaecological Committee of the WFCMS; Council member of Specialist Committee of Zhang Zhong Jing Hospital, China, and registered member of the British Acupuncture Council (MBAcC). She received her professorship from Henan University of TCM, and is the President of the UK Alumni Association of Henan University of TCM.
PROF. BAIFANG ZHU graduated from Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1987 with a BSc(Hons) and MSc of TCM. He has worked as a TCM consultant, Dermatologist and Acupuncturist at the Teaching Hospital of Hunan University of TCM since 1987, where he was a senior lecture and deputy director at the Dermatology Dept. He was the Deputy Director of National Chinese-Western Medical Infectious Diseases Treatment Research Centre (China).
The Shulan College of Chinese Medicine is in partnership with the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, the world’s most prestigious TCM university. We are the first college outside of China to be able to offer Masters and PhD programmes approved by the university, taught fully outside of China.
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Thank you Shulan College for such a fantastic course. The quality of teaching and amount of content is exactly right for a beginner, I can’t stress enough how well the course is structured and how each professor has their own unique teaching style. I love how they were so prompt in their emails and communication when considering my application…Rachel E
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Shulan is a great place to study, the whole college has a positive vibe and the tutors are extremely passionate about their work. The acupuncture course was delivered by lecturers with years of knowledge behind them, the teaching was excellent and I guarantee anyone interested in Chinese medicine will benefit…