Bryan Lim, a third year medical student at NUI Galway, who transferred from IMU to the partner medical school in 2017, was the recipient of the 2018 Dr Dom Colbert Medal in Travel Medicine.
The Silent Mentor Programme is a programme hosted by the University of Malaya (UM) in which members of the public may pledge their bodies to be used for medical training and research after their death.
An advantage that IMU graduates have is the extensive and expeditious clinical exposure. Read what Dr Wong Yih Seong who has supervised IMU graduates over the years, have to say about them.
In conjunction with the International Medical Education Conference (IMEC-2018) held on 13-15 April 2018, the International Medical University hosted the Global University Medical Challenge (GUMC). The Challenge saw twenty teams from 15 universities (4 International Universities and 11 Malaysian Universities) competing in this competition.
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.
The inaugural cohort of Foundation in Science students who continued their studies in medicine, have successfully completed the first 2.5 years of their medical degree and transferred to the IMU Clinical Campus in Seremban.
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
The IMU is always proud of its alumni’s achievements. We recently found out that one of our medical alumni, Dr Sophia Rasheeqa Ismail has been awarded the Merdeka Award Grant for International Attachment 2017 at an award presentation ceremony on 13 December 2017 at the Malaysian Petroleum Club, Petronas Twin Towers. The Alumni Office immediately reached out
Dr Janet Ngu did her first two and a half years of studies at the International Medical University (IMU) before transferring to the University of Calgary for the completion of her degree. She was awarded the Young Alumnus Award – Academic Achievements at the IMU Alumni Homecoming 2017. This doctor has come a long way
The Foundation in Science (FiS) Programme in IMU introduces students to studies in a very supportive learning environment. The course helps students develop strategies and skills to become a successful student and provide a pathway to gain entry to variety of medical related degree programmes at International Medical University (IMU). Successful completion of the programme will