IMU Live is one of the biggest events held in IMU and acts as a platform for students to showcase their talents through different kinds of performances. This competition often encourages students to step out of their comfort zones and display their artistry to a large audience.
Goh Huay Ing is from the 2011 cohort of IMU’s Chinese Medicine programme and after three years of studies at IMU, transferred to RMIT University in 2014 before finally graduating in December 2015. After completing her final year at RMIT University in Melbourne, she decided to be a Chinese Medicine practitioner in Perth, Australia.
MU collaborates with Ajinomoto on a campaign to promote a better quality of life and improve the health standards of golden aged population