Zhejiang Chinese Medical University
|Zhejiang Vocational School of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Zhejiang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
|Students||5,751 full-time students|
|Location||Hangzhou, Zhejiang, People's Republic of China|
|Campus||Urban area 27.33 hectare|
|Nickname||Zhejiang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Zhejiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Zhejiang Chinese Medical University (ZJNU; simplified Chinese: 浙江中医药大学; traditional Chinese: 浙江中醫藥大學; pinyin: Zhèjiāng yīyào dàxué) is a comprehensive public university based in Hangzhou city, capital of Zhejiang province, China.
Zhejiang Chinese Medical University (ZCMU) was established 1953 originally as the Zhejiang Vocational School of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It later developed into Zhejiang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1959. It has been accredited to offer master's degrees since 1978 and doctoral degrees since 1998. Since 1987, it also was granted permission to recruit students from Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan. In 2003 saw the creation of Post-doctoral Research Station and in February 2006, with the approval of Chinese Ministry of Education, the school was renamed as Zhejiang Chinese Medical University (ZCMU).
The university is organized into the following colleges.
- Acu-Moxa & Tuina
- Chinese Herbology
- Clinical Medicine
- Rehabilitation Therapeutics