The programme develops ethical, passionate graduates with skills in clinical and business management ready to serve the local or international community.
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.
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
Leon Yeap En Leon, a third year Chiropractic student who studied the initial years of my degree at IMU and is currently pursuing his studies at RMIT Australia. He also had the privilege to undergo the interesting journey of the IMU Foundation in Science (FIS) programme back in 2014 when it was first introduced. Learn more about Leon's journey at My Journey
When I graduated from my A-Levels in 2010, little did I know I will be treating patients 5 years later at the University that has taught me so much and shaped me to become who I am today. I remember the first time I passed by IMU, that place just intimidates me as I thought
Benjamin Loh (better known as Ben) was ready for a change in career after over ten years of lecturing in Media / Communications. He chose to study chiropractic as he was always interested in studying something related to healthcare. His interest in this healthcare profession started when he visited a chiropractor for treatment for a