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Earning a Master’s Degree By Balancing Work and Education

27 Jul 2017|Alumni, MSc in Analytical & Pharmaceutical Chemistry, People, Students|

Continuing your education will help advance your career and while it certainly won’t be easy, there are many possibilities to earn a master’s degree without compromising your career. Many employers recognise the value in continued education for their employees, and even more so if the programme does not take employees away from the job responsibilities.

Experts Shared Their Experiences to Further Enhance Students’ Knowledge

26 Jul 2017|People, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

University-industry collaboration is essential to ensure the nation’s economy development. From fulfilling business missions to expertise sharing and knowledge transfer, strategic partnerships have been the cornerstone of success for corporations and academia, enabling creativity, growth and innovation that has delivered exceptional results. On 15 June 2017, IMU School of Pharmacy hosted a sharing session by

Memorable Time for IMU Pharmacy Students in Japan

20 Jul 2017|Articles, News Media, People, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

Elective module is a compulsory module offered in Semester 6 of the Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) programme at International Medical University (IMU). In this module, students are given the opportunity to acquire knowledge and enhance competencies in a pharmacy-related area or non-pharmacy-related area for a minimum duration of four weeks. Two students from the BP114 cohort of IMU BPharm

Third Year Pharmacy Students Undertake Experiential Learning at a Malaysian Private Hospital

18 Jul 2017|People, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

Five third year IMU pharmacy students, Karmelia Chan, Wong Jin-Ying, Lee Ming Zhao, Kok Yu Qian and Sellam Elangovan had the opportunity to undergo a pharmacy internship at Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur (PHKL) as part of their elective module in Semester 6. During this internship, they were rotated individually to several departments including Outpatient and Inpatient

Master Degree Leads Pharmacists to Exciting Career Path in Pharmacy Practice

14 Jul 2017|Master of Pharmacy Practice, People, Programmes, Students|

The professional roles of pharmacists are continuously evolving and this has resulted in many pharmacists seeking to further their studies in a postgraduate degree. They would seek a programme that can better equip them with the fundamental knowledge and skills to enhance their career opportunities as clinical or consultant pharmacists. For those interested in pharmacy

Exploring Japan’s Healthcare System: An Elective in Hiroshima, Japan

12 Jul 2017|People, Pharmacy, Programmes, Students|

Elective module is a compulsory module offered in Semester 6 of the Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) programme at International Medical University (IMU). In this module, students are given the opportunity to acquire knowledge and enhance competencies in a pharmacy-related area or non-pharmacy-related area for a minimum duration of four weeks. Two students from the BP114

IMU Nutrition and Dietetics with Nutrition Students Create New Delicious Treats!

7 Jul 2017|Dietetics with Nutrition, Nutrition, People, Programmes, Students|

Two months ago, you might have noticed students walking around the university carrying clear plastic containers of various cuisines, or maybe you had friends eating out of them, or even tried one yourself in support of your friends selling it. Well, for those of you who did not know the purpose behind this promotional activity,

IMU Biomedical Science Students Won Top Prizes at Symposium

5 Jul 2017|Biomedical Science, People, Programmes, Students|

12 - 14 May 2017 – IMU’s Biomedical Science students, Chong Ho Phin (left) and Lim Xue Zhen (right) from cohort BM114 won the best prize for oral presentation and runner up for poster presentation in the 8th Malaysian Symposium of Biomedical Science held at International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), Kuantan, Pahang. A total of


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