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  • Why UEWM?      Tuition Comparison

    High License Pass Rate (88%) & Affordable Tuition

    UEWM offers a solid education in Traditional Chinese Medicine with classes taught by highly experienced and knowledgeable instructors who believe in what they teach and enthusiastically assist students in learning. Students will learn Chinese Medicine Theory, Acupuncture, Herbology, Tuina Massage, Tai-Chi, essential clinic practice, as well as Western Medicine principles.
    We Earned The Highest 1st Time Pass Rate for the CA Board Exam for schools that had more than 20 applicants. View the recent result.
    Our school offers daytime, evening, weekday and weekend classes to give students a more flexible study schedule.
    Financial aid is available for eligible students.
    We are located near downtown Sunnyvale California, the heart of Silicon Valley. The University is conveniently located on public bus and Cal Train lines and can be reached conveniently from highways 101, 85, 237 and 280.
    We have three terms per year: Spring (January), Summer (May), Fall (September). Students can begin in our program during any term of the academic year.
    UEWM is authorized to issue Form I-20 for F-1 student status.

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      The mission of the Master’s program in Traditional Chinese Medicine at the University of East-West Medicine is to train practitioners of Oriental medicine so they can be fully functioning licensed healthcare providers as part of the American healthcare system. The University strives to graduate high quality practitioners who have a solid foundation in Western medicine, an in-depth understanding of traditional Chinese medicine theory, and refined applied clinical skills.

      We offer the Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine in English and Mandarin (Korean may be available). The program may be completed in 36 months.

      ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: 60 semester units (90 quarter units) and GPA 2.0.


    • The purpose of the UEWM Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental medicine (DAOM) degree is to provide advanced content-specific knowledge to students that will enable greater depth of understanding about integrated medicine (TCM and Biomedicine), and will broaden competencies in core and specialty topics , which should result in enhanced patient care and expanded professional opportunities.
      * Intensive 2 years program.
      * Faculty with DAOM, MD, PhD.
      * Weekend Classes, Offered in both English & Chinese


    • The mission of the College of Tai Chi is to integrate the principles of Tai Chi into a program that prepares masters of Tai Chi to be teachers of Tai Chi. The teachers of Tai Chi will be able to execute regional, national and international competitions. The College of Tai Chi will prepare leaders in Tai Chi to lead the world in the many positive outcomes found in the practice of Tai Chi.   More...

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    • 2019 Summer Semester

      Starts on May 6, 2019

      Come learn how you can begin a fulfilling career in Chinese medicine at the most affordable school in the bay area. And see why our students are consistently earning high pass rates on the license exam! Contact UEWM Admissions Office at 408-733-1878 (Chinese) and 408-738-8881 (English).

    • 2019 Qi Gong Meditation Workshop

      Saturday March 2nd & 9th at 2:00pm-4:00pm

      University of East-West University cordially invites all of you to join 51 years of experienced Qi Gong Meditation Workshop which is absolutely complementary this Saturday at 2 pm. Please don’t forget your friends!
      In March of 1990, UEWM founder, Dr. Ying Qiu Wang, began the groundwork for the University of East-West Medicine by establishing the World Center for Health in Oakland, California. The goal of the World Center for Health was to promote Traditional Chinese Medicine as a respected and useful medical field in which techniques, research, and patient management are based upon the theories of Yin-Yang, the Five Transformative Phases, Qi Circulation, the Meridian System (Channels and Collaterals), and the Organ Systems (Viscera/Zang-fu).

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      The University is conveniently located on public bus and Cal Train lines and can be reached conveniently from highways 101, 85, 237 and 280. Public transportation stops next to the UEWM campus. See detailed traffic guide

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