The programme develops ethical, passionate graduates with skills in clinical and business management ready to serve the local or international community.
IMU Community Service Club organised Project Connected 2018 to Sri Lanka with the participation of 16 IMU students.
A chiropractic students's story on her journey to becoming a chiropractor - from IMU, Malaysia to RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia.
In 2017, six high achieving FiS students won IMU scholarships to pursue their undergraduate degree. The Scholarships in the form of full or partial tuition fee waivers are for students demonstrating outstanding academic excellence, extra curriculum participation and leadership qualities. Find out how they got these scholarships.
Ivana Tiffany Berenai Mason’s interest in a career as a clinical psychologist started when she was researching about the anxieties that she was going through, where to get help and how to reduce the anxieties. This interest led her to enrol herself into the Psychology programme at IMU in 2009 as the first step towards achieving this career. Ivana is currently working at the Sarawak General Hospital.
To get closer to his goal of becoming a Chiropractor, Yap Junyan did some research and found out that the only university in Malaysia that offers a chiropractic programme was IMU. At that time, IMU was just starting their new Foundation in Science (FiS) programme and for a smoother transition between foundation and degree, he decided to join the FiS programme. Junyan has since left Malaysia to begin his studies in RMIT University, Australia for completion of his chiropractic degree.
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
Have you ever wondered – “Why am I doing this now?” and “It’s not relevant” and months or years later you realise that you’re wrong, then thanking those who have helped you before? That is what happened to me, Leon Yeap En Leon, a third year Chiropractic student who studied the initial years of my