For many students who have completed their pre-university studies, choosing the right degree to further their education can seem to be a daunting task. Facing this task after his pre-university, Danis Wan chose to start his undergraduate studies in medicine at IMU. He did the first part of his degree at IMU and later transferred
(Part Two) Medicine and law have always held his interest and combining these two interests into a career would be the best choice. This is exactly what Dr Chan Chee Ching, a holder of double master’s degrees, did. He is currently pursuing his third master’s degree – Master of Laws at City, University of London.
(Part One) Medicine and law have always held his interest and combining these two interests into a career would be the best choice. This is exactly what Dr Chan Chee Ching, a holder of double master’s degrees, did. He is currently pursuing his third master’s degree – Master of Laws at City, University of London.
IMU alumnus, Yong Wen Peng started his foray into medicine when he quit studying Engineering and joined IMU as a medical student. After 2.5 years at IMU, he then transferred to University of Southampton, one of IMU’s partner universities for completion of his medical degree. He is currently working as an ENT (Otolaryngology) Junior Clinical Fellow in
On a cloudy evening of 18 February 2017, the IMU Alumni Relations Office, together with Dr Mei Ling Young, Professor Ong Kok Hai, Dato Kew Siang Tong, Professor Nazimah Idris, Dr Gandhi Solayar and Dr Wong Pei Se met up with 58 alumni in Kuching, Sarawak. The gathering took place in Hilton Kuching. We had
Dr Wilkinson Tan completed his MBBS at the International Medical University in February 2012 and was awarded the inaugural Aflame Student Award in the same year. He was featured in the IMU News when he won the award and we are pleased to catch up with him in January 2017 when he returned to IMU
Well-known for its excellence in integrating education into the current settings, International Medical University is an established institution that serves as a key platform in shaping quality future healthcare professionals since 1992. Given such high attributes, ‘living the values’ is an integral constituent for members of this higher education institution. IMU Cares Kampung Tekir Project is
As a doctor, it is seeing the smile and happiness on a patient’s face that motivates him/her to continue doing what he/she is doing. This is definitely the motivation for our alumnus, Dr Raymond Choy Wai Mun, to continue working as a General Practitioner at the Raffles Medical Group (RMG), Singapore. He also works for
The ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support) Asia Pacific (Region XV1) Meeting was held at the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, University of Hong Kong on 5 November, 2016. One of the highlights of the meeting was the Resident Paper Competition to encourage surgical trainees to pursue research in trauma related subjects. The paper may be
Treating many work related injuries while serving as a medical officer in the Orthopedic and Traumatology Department developed Dr Noris Tan’s interest in the prevention of work related injuries and occupational health. “I've never thought of anything other than orthopedics. But when I went for an Occupational Health Doctor course in National Institute for Occupational