International Medical University (IMU) Psychology alumnus, Immanuel Tan shares his experiences representing Malaysia in the international arena.
The IMU Psychology Club organised Psychology Week at IMU’s Bukit Jalil campus with the aim of inspiring people to embrace and appreciate the importance of psychology in their day to day lives.
Ivana’s interest in a career as a clinical psychologist started when she was researching about 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.
School counsellors need to watch for signs of bullying, and then handle those cases with kindness, said IMU's psychology lecturer Dr Nicole Chen. While they may mean well, not many school counsellors take bullying as seriously as they should, leading to cases of bullying that go unnoticed for too long and sometimes, with disastrous effects.
Stephen Covey once said in an interview, 'When it comes to developing character strength, inner security and unique personal and interpersonal talents and skills in a child, no institution can or ever will compare with, or effectively substitute for, the home's potential for positive influence.' Human beings are not machines who can work at a
25-26 April 2017 – IMU Psychology students organised a Psychology Week, showcasing various areas of Psychology, at the University’s campus in Bukit Jalil. This is the fourth time that this event was organised at the University. The theme of this year’s event is “Psychology Does Matter” and it covered the many integrative applications of psychology.
Six International Medical University (IMU) Foundation in Science (FiS) students received a financial boost when they were awarded the University’s Scholarships for their undergraduate studies. 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. Lim Xin Ying, who received
Psychology alumnus, Shobana Murugiah graduated with her degree from International Medical University (IMU) in September 2013 and is currently pursuing her Masters in Clinical Psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Chicago. Prior to her Masters, she worked as a shadow aid/ABA therapist to a child with autism in an international school. Among her