IMU Cares Programme has grown into an important part of University life, providing means for students and staff to engage with the community beyond the University.
IMU and AJINOMOTO are involved in a 'Eat Well, Live Well Together with Umami' programme to improve the diet of the golden aged population.
Pioneer cohort of IMU Chinese Medicine students volunteer at the Seri Kembangan Community Centre in a community service project with Chi Hui Tang Traditional Chinese Herbal Centre.
On Friday evenings, 30 IMU students f volunteered to teach the children at Rumah Charis - Home for the Children at Taman Yarl, Kuala Lumpur - the third sequel of the Discover the Joy of Reading project.
28 April 2018 was a remarkable day for IMU staff and students who provided healthcare screening services as a contribution to the society - Rumah Charis community.
26 May would be a date that 22 refugee children will always remember. This is the date when they received valid age reports from specialists in this field – Dr Jayakumar Jayaraman, our very own Paediatric Dentist and Prof Phrabhakaran Nambiar an eminent forensic odontologist from MAHSA (previously from Universiti Malaya).
Awarded for its IMU Cares programme, IMU is the only higher education institution from Malaysia to be awarded what is considered by the industry as the most established and coveted recognition for corporate social responsibility.
IMU signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Perbadanan Stadium Malaysia (PSM) in Bukit Jalil to provide its staff and students more opportunities to put into practice a healthy lifestyle.
31 October 2017 - A group of 11 students from IMU's ME117, DT117 and CH116 conducted a project for their MPU4 Social Responsibility Module under the guidance of Dr Sheba D Mani and Dr Chong Jun Ai, at Bloomers Training House in Cheras. Bloomers Training House, which is an IMU Cares partner home, is a
Tia Walker had said, ‘To care for those that once cared for us, is one of the highest honors.’ The Alzheimer’s project at the International Medical University (IMU) started in November 2016 with a small seed of an idea to give a platform for caregivers within Malaysia an understanding on what the disease is about