Welcome to the first Acupuncture College in Ireland - the ICTCM.The Irish College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
The first Acupuncture College in Ireland based in central Dublin since 1983, the Irish College of Traditional Chinese Medicine teaches:
- Acupuncture – taught within the framework of TCM
- Chinese Herbal Medicine
- Medical Qigong
- Health-promoting Qigong
Postgraduate professional training in Medical Qigong, to learn MQG as it is taught in China
What is Medical Qigong?
Our Acupuncture students come from all walks of life, from 21 to 70 years of age and and, so far, from 30 different countries.
Health Promoting Qigong
The College offers short weekend courses in Health-promoting Qigong 2 or 3 times each year. These are open to all adult members of the public.
The ICTCM was set up in 1983, in Dublin, Ireland, to help satisfy the growing demand for safe alternative healthcare. It was the first College in Ireland devoted to the teaching of Chinese medicine, according to the Classical Traditions of TCM, as taught in China. All teaching material in the College is based upon clearly documented classical Chinese medical texts, which provides a theoretically secure base for establishing sound clinical practice.
We are currently accepting applications for the Licentiate in TCM, our professional Acupuncture training programme, which starts in October every year.
There are still some places available and we are conducting further interviews this coming month.
Click here to find out how to become an Acupuncturist, able to work in the Republic of Ireland and the UK.
News & Announcements
Autumn 2018 enrolment now under way.
We are currently accepting applications for the Licentiate in Acupuncture TCM (October 2018) – part time undergraduate level training.
Our Post-graduate Diploma and Certificate courses are already running and will not be accepting new applicants until next year.
Congratulations to the new graduates
The Irish College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ICTCM) is delighted to congratulate the recent graduates of the Lic.TCM Professional Acupuncture training programme.
New practitioners received their Licentiates at a graduation ceremony in Dublin last Sunday which was attended by the President and staff of the College and invited guests.
Faculties & Departments
Department of Chinese Herbal Medicine
Staff working in this Department are all TCM practitioners with experience in using Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine.
Department of Qigong
The Honorary Head of the Qigong Department is Prof Song Xinhong, of GUCM, Guangzhou, China
This Department runs weekend workshops in Qigong for Health and Wellbeing and postgraduate programmes in Medical Qigong.