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« on: September 08, 2007, 05:24:36 AM »

Members studying or working in Malaysia are requested to give any useful information to our members whom are willing to join them.
Any information you give here, will be helpful to your brother.
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« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2007, 06:06:08 PM »

International Medical University (IMU) is the pioneer private medical university in the country.
they have established a unique and innovative partnership programme with well-established medical schools overseas. This diverse international dimension of IMU will serve its graduates well and contribute to the progress of the medical and health manpower needs of every country.

The IMU also offers a pharmacy programme (BPharm), a pharmacy programme in collaboration with the University of Strathclyde, UK (MPharm), Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy (Medical Sciences or Community Health) postgraduate programme by research and the IMU Bachelor of Nursing (Hons) degree programme.

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The International Medical University (IMU) was originally established as the International Medical College (IMC) in April 1992.
   
The International Medical University (IMU) started as an exciting venture in medical education in 1991. A team of academicians led by Datuk Dr Kamal Salih, Dr Mei Ling Young, the late Dr Saidi Hashim with the help of Professor Ron Harden and Professor Ian Hart, two world-renowned medical educationists, conceptualised the International Medical College (IMC). Professor Ong Kok Hai joined the team later. This was a unique educational venture established in line with the Malaysian government’s objective of making the country a leading centre of educational excellence in the region and providing more Malaysian students the opportunity to achieve their aspirations to become doctors and healthcare professionals.

The calibre of the medical educationists and the reputation of the Board of Governors initially helped lend credibility to the project. But it was the progressive, systems based, integrated medical curriculum that caught the imagination of the Partner Medical Schools (PMS), which wanted to participate in this innovative although somewhat daring project. After 21/2 years of study in the IMC, students would be able to springboard to any of the reputable PMS in the UK and Ireland, New Zealand, Canada, the
USA and Australia and receive the degree from the respective university.

The College was officially launched on 13 April 1992 by the then Malaysia’s Education Minister, YB Datuk Amar Dr Sulaiman Haji Daud in Kuala Lumpur. This was a pioneering effort involving a private medical training institution representing a totally new and innovative concept of international partnership for the twenty-first century. The IMC had the full support of the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health. The institution also had the support of experienced and reputable members of the Board of Governors and members of the Academic Council which consisted of the Deans or their representatives from all the PMS which met at least once a year. With the help of Prof Ron Harden and Prof Ian Hart, an international search for the Foundation Dean started in 1992. An eminent professor of pathology, Emeritus Prof John S Beck from the University of Dundee was appointed the Foundation Dean of the IMC. Sir Patrick Forrest, Emeritus Professor of Surgery from the University of Edinburgh joined as the Associate Dean later. In 1993, the IMC took in its pioneer batch of 75 medical students.

In 1996, after the medical curriculum had run its full course and consolidated, the IMC felt it was timely to start a collaborative pharmacy programme with the University of Strathclyde, in response to the acute need of pharmacists in Malaysia. In 1998, the pioneer class of medical and pharmacy students graduated from the Partner Universities.


On 4 February 1999, the IMC was granted university status and became the International Medical University (IMU) thus providing an additional option for students to read the whole medical degree in Malaysia, the MBBS (IMU). The IMU Clinical School in Seremban took in its first cohort of 46 students in September 1999. The late YABhg Tun Dr Mohamed Zahir Haji Ismail, Speaker of the House of Representatives became IMU’s first Chancellor.

As the student population grew, the IMU moved from its campus in Petaling Jaya to a new and larger campus in Bukit Jalil on 1 January 2000. More PMS, particularly in Australasia and the UK then joined our consortium. Having established a reputation as a premier private medical university with high calibre international connections, the IMU strives to innovate in medically-related education by developing novel curricula, new ways of delivery and assessment. To remain the premier private medial university, the IMU must develop quality programmes and services of an international standard.

 

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« Reply #2 on: September 16, 2007, 06:09:01 PM »

To be eligible to apply into the IMU programme, students must have an acceptable pre-University qualification or a good science degree. In addition to academic ability, the IMU looks for excellence in co-curricular activities and good communication skills.


Minimum Grades for Eligibility to Apply
Please note that the grades required for admission into the respective programmes may be higher due to competitiveness of the admission exercise. The IMU reserves the right to change these entry requirements from time to time.

Medicine Programme

Note:
Students are normally required to offer Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics at SPM/O-Level/equivalent examinations.
All qualifications should include any three out of the four science subjects (Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics) at STPM/A-Level/equivalent examinations.
You must fulfill the English requirement.


Medicine - Minimum Grades for Eligibility to Apply

A-Level BBC (in any 3 Science subjects)
STPM B+ B+ B+ (in any 3 Science subjects)
Australian Matriculation 80% (aggregate) or
TER / UAI 85
NCEA Level 3  70% 
Canadian Grade 12 / 13 85% (aggregate)
Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) A2 B3 B4 (in any 3 Science subjects)
 
Australian University Foundation Programmes 80% (aggregate)
Indian Pre-University A score of not less than 80% in 3 science subjects and an average of not less than 85% in all subjects.
Ministry of Education Matriculation cGPA 3.5
Diploma in Science (UiTM)  cGPA 3.5 
Diploma in Microbiology (UiTM)  cGPA 3.5 
International Baccalaureate (IB) Not less than 33 points (At least 2 Sciences at the Higher Level (HL) & one at the Standard Level with a score not less than 5 in each subject)
American High School with Advanced Placement (AP) cGPA of not less than 3.5. Two of the sciences must be AP courses and must have a score of not less than 4 in each subject.
First Degree BSc (Hons) 2nd Class Upper
/ cGPA 3.5
* The IMU reserves the right to change these entry requirements from time to time. 


English Language Requirements
For Entry 2008, applicants are required to both requirements at the point of application:

MUET Minimum Band Score of 4
IELTS Minimum Average band score of 6.5 (Individual band score of not less than 6.0). However, student opting for the PMS option would be expected to obtain an IELTS band score of 7.0 or above prior to entering the matching exercise. 

The Ministry of Higher Education stipulates that all students entering universities in Malaysia must sit for MUET regardless of having other English qualifications. International students are not required to sit for MUET.
In addition to this, all registered students are required to sit for the IMU English Placement Test during the orientation week.

Interested applicants who do not have the English requirement at the point of application must include proof of having signed up for the respective English tests when submitting an application. Students are advised not to take English tests at the last minute.


For Medical & Pharmacy Programmes Only
Effective 2008, all applicants are expected to obtain at least band score of 6.5 in IELTS upon submission of an application. However, student opting for the PMS option would be expected to obtain an IELTS band score of 7.0 or above prior to entering the matching exercise. In 2010, all applicants are expected to obtain at least an overall band score of 7.0 or better in IELTS upon submission of an application.
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« Reply #3 on: September 16, 2007, 06:13:55 PM »

Fee Structure
Processing fees for Medicine, Pharmacy & Postgraduate RM 300 and Nursing RM 150.
Registration fees for Medicine, Pharmacy & Postgraduate RM 1,100 and Nursing RM 650.
Students must adhere to the "Policy on Payment of Fees", as detailed in the Application Form.
All tuition and ancillary fees in IMU and Partner Universities overseas are subject to annual increases.
All students are required to pay Student Association Fees.
Students must adhere to the "Policy on Payment of Fees" as detailed in the Application Form.
All cheques must made payable to "IMU EDUCATION SDN BHD" in RM.
All students who are applying for the NHEF loans are required to pay their semesters fees in FULL by the due date stated in the invoice.. The IMU will undertake to refund to students when the funds are eventually received from NHEF.
The fees quoted for Partner Medical Schools and the University of Strathclyde are current estimates only.
Resit exam fee for Medicine and Dentistry RM1,000, Pharmacy, Nursing and Other Health Sciences Programmes RM500.


Medical Programme - MB BS (IMU) for Entry 2008
Option A: 5 Years in the IMU for MB BS Degree

Phase I - Medical Sciences
At IMU for 2 ½ years (Semester 1 - 5)
Semesters Malaysians 
1 RM 28,600
2 RM 28,600
3 RM 28,600
4 RM 28,600
5 RM 28,600
TOTAL RM 143,000
* Refundable Deposit (Phase I) RM2,000
** Student Association Fees RM40 per semester (Phase I )
*** Resit Exam Fee RM1,000 (If applicable)


Phase II - Clinical Training
At IMU Clinical School for 2 ½ years (Semester 6 - 10)
Semesters Malaysians 
6 RM 39,000
7 RM 39,000
8 RM 39,000
9 RM 39,000
10 RM 39,000
TOTAL RM 195,000
* Refundable Deposit (Clinical Training) (Phase II) RM2,000
** Student Association Fees RM40 per semester (Phase II) 



Option B: 2 ½ Years in the IMU and 2 ½ Years in Partner Medical School (PMS)

Phase I - Medical Sciences
At IMU for 2 ½ years (Semester 1 - 5)
Semesters Malaysians 
1 RM 28,600
2 RM 28,600
3 RM 28,600
4 RM 28,600
5 RM 28,600
TOTAL RM 143,000
* Refundable Deposit (Phase I) RM2,000
** Student Association Fees RM40 per semester (Phase I)


Phase II - Clinical Training
At the Partner Medical Schools (PMS)
Countries Est. Tuition Fees (per Year)  Est. Living Cost (per Year)
Australia A$ 31,500 - A$ 56,235 A$ 10,000 - A$ 15,000
Canada C$ 33,000 - C$ 49,100 C$ 9,600 - C$ 30,000
Ireland Euro € 25,000 Euro €10,000
New Zealand NZ$ 45,000 (Auckland)
NZ$ 45,350 (Otago) NZ$ 12,000 - NZ$ 15,000 (Auckland)
NZ$ 13,000 (Otago)
United Kingdom £16,250 - £27,300 £6,000 - £8,000
United States USD 38,316 USD 15,960

note .. malaysian ringit is pretty much similar to the UAE currency .. to be accurate ..1us$=3.41RM

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« Reply #4 on: September 16, 2007, 06:18:09 PM »

Admission to the IMU
Admission into the IMU is based on the academic qualifications set and recognised by the IMU and the applicant's performance during the interview which is an integral part of the selection process.


Intakes into Medical, Pharmacy & Nursing Programmes
New students are registered into the medical programme in February and August while the pharmacy course takes in new students in December (MPharm) and July (BPharm) of each year. The intake for Nursing is in July. The closing dates for applications are as follows:


Programme  Undergraduate Medicine  Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) Programme in collaboration with the University of Strathclyde  Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) (Honours) Programme  Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) Programme 
Intake  February / August December  July July
Closing Date  30 November (February intake)/ 31 May (August intake) 31 October 30 April  30 April


Results will be announced two weeks after each closing date, although early offers may also be given. Admission into the IMU is competitive and, therefore, no applicant is guaranteed a seat.


Admission Requirements
Students are normally required to offer Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics at SPM or equivalent examinations. They must offer three of the four science subjects at STPM (Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics) or equivalent examinations which are recognised by the IMU Senate.
Academic qualifications should have been obtained during the first sitting of a pre-university examination or its equivalent which is recognised by the IMU Senate.
Effective 2008, all applicants for the medical and pharmacy programmes are expected to obtain at least an overall band score of 6.5 in IELTS upon submission of an application. However, students opting for the PMS option would be expected to obtain an IELTS band score of 7.0 or above prior to entering the matching exercise. The Ministry of Education stipulates that all students entering universities in Malaysia must sit for the MUET regardless of having other English qualifications. In addition to this, all registered students are required to sit for the IMU English Placement Test during the orientation week. International students are not required to sit for the MUET.
International applicants are advised to check with the Admission Counsellors on their eligibility to apply.
International students applying for the medical or pharmacy programme are required to check with the respective professional bodies in the countries they wish to work in, on registration issues.


Applicants with any enquiries about the acceptability of their qualifications should write to the Admissions Office, giving detailed information about their academic background, nationality and permanent residence status.


Application Procedures

Application forms can be downloaded from this website. Application forms may also be obtained from the Admissions Office on the ground floor of the IMU main campus. Applicants must ensure that the minimum entry requirements are met before submitting an application. Admission into the IMU is competitive and therefore, no applicant is guaranteed a seat.
For the medical and pharmacy programmes, a processing fee of RM300 (Medicine, Pharmacy & Postgraduate) for Malaysians/ USD 300 (Medicine, Pharmacy & Postgraduate) for International Students is required upon submission of the form. Nursing students are required to pay a processing fee of RM150 (Malaysians) / USD150 (International Students). This fee is not refundable regardless of the outcome of the application. All cheques or bank drafts enclosed must be made payable to "IMU Education Sdn Bhd".
Students applying into the medical programme must choose their clinical training option (IMU Clinical School or Partner Medical Schools abroad) at the time of application. Upon successful completion of Phase 1 (2 ½ years), students are then transferred to the clinical training option either at the IMU Clinical School in Seremban or the Partner Medical Schools (PMS) abroad, as indicated in the offer letter.
The IMU does not appoint any agents to recruit students on its behalf.


Compulsory Subjects
The Private College Act (Section 34(3) Act IPTA 1997) under the Malaysian Education policy requires students to attend a course of instruction in Bahasa Kebangsaan (National Language), Pengajian Agama/Moral (Moral and Religious Studies) and Pengajian Malaysia (Malaysian Cultural Studies). At the end of the courses, Malaysian students are required to sit for the examinations. Students must pass all the papers during their time at the IMU. International students are not required to take the compulsory subjects.


About the Interview
Apart from the academic qualifications, the IMU seeks additional information on applicants before a final decision on the selection of students is made for our various courses. Our oral interview process is designed to provide us with further insight into the strengths and weaknesses of the candidates.
Interviewers will be looking for evidence that you meet our various qualitative admission criteria. These include your interests and enthusiasm in the profession you have chosen to enter into, as well as your motivation, communication skills and other traits related to the profession.

Knowledge of medicine, pharmacy or nursing will not be assessed during the interview. The interview panel would also assess your interest in current issues, your stand on "controversial" issues as well as on how you may respond to difficult situations.

For your interview, you are required to bring all the original academic certificates, wear formal attire and be present at least 30 minutes earlier before the scheduled time.

The result of your application will be mailed to you after two weeks (14 days) from the programme application closing date.

SUBMISSION OF AN APPLICATION, OR PAYMENT OF THE ADMISSION PROCESSING FEE, OR ATTENDING AN INTERVIEW IS NOT A GUARANTEE OF A SEAT AT THE IMU OR THE PROGRAMME YOU

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« Reply #5 on: September 16, 2007, 06:22:15 PM »

The types of accommodation available for students studying at the International Medical University (IMU) are the IMU hostel & private accommodation. The IMU hostel is located at the Vista Komanwel Condominiums, which consist of a few units in block B & C that we have rented from different tenants. Vacancies at the hostel are very limited due to the number of units available. Therefore, beds will allocated on first-come-first-serve basis. IMU Hostel
IMU Hostel Application Process
Private Accommodation
 
   
 
 
 IMU Hostel

The IMU strives to provide hostel accommodation to all students whi request for hostel accommodation.. The hostels are located at the Vista Komanwel Condominiums situated just 5-7 minutes walking distance from the IMU Bukit Jalil campus.

Hostel accommodation costs range between RM350 - RM475 per month, depending on the type of rooms. A one month deposit is required. This deposit is refundable after any maintenance fees (if any) are deducted when a student moves out from the hostel. There is no refund policy if a student decides to vacate his/her apartment during a semester.

Parents and students who wish to visit the hostel facilities are required to make an appointment with Cik Khairun Ludin. Hostel viewing time is available during working days (Mon - Fri) only.

Student Check-in Time

Medicine Intake M2/07
18 - 19 August 2007 (Saturday - Sunday) 10 am - 2 pm & 2 pm - 4 pm
 



For Medical Students

Room Type Deposit Rental
Per Semester Total
(Malaysian)
ROOM 1 - Twin sharing
(bathroom attached)
(FULLY BOOKED)
as of 18 July 2007
 RM 400.00  RM 2,280.00  RM 2,680.00 
ROOM 2 - Twin sharing
(shared bathroom)  RM 350.00  RM 2,000.00  RM 2,350.00 
ROOM 3 - Single
(shared bathroom)
(FULLY BOOKED)
as of 18 July 2007 RM 475.00  RM 2,710.00  RM 3,185.00 

Download Hostel Application Forms

Note: All forms must be completed.
Application Form (56KB)
 
Lifestyle Preferences Form (28KB)
 



For Pharmacy Students

Room Type Deposit Rental
Per Semester Total
(Malaysian)
ROOM 1 - Twin sharing
(bathroom attached) RM 400.00  RM 2,000.00  RM 2,400.00 
ROOM 2 - Twin sharing
(shared bathroom)  RM 350.00  RM 1,750.00  RM 2,100.00 
ROOM 3 - Single
(shared bathroom) RM 475.00  RM 2,375.00  RM 2,850.00 


Download Hostel Application Forms
Note: All forms must be completed.
Application Form (57KB)
 
Lifestyle Preferences Form (28KB)
 

For Nursing Students

Room Type Deposit Rental
Per Semester Total
(Malaysian)
ROOM 1 - Twin sharing
(bathroom attached) RM 400.00  RM 2,400.00  RM 2,800.00 
ROOM 2 - Twin sharing
(shared bathroom)  RM 350.00  RM 2,100.00  RM 2,450.00 
ROOM 3 - Single
(shared bathroom) RM 475.00  RM 2,850.00  RM 3,325.00 


Download Hostel Application Forms
Note: All forms must be completed.
Application Form (55KB)
 
Lifestyle Preferences Form (28KB)
 


IMU Hostel Application Process
The Admission and Student Affairs Department will attempt to place late applications in hostel accommodation, which by the deadline, have not completed the formalities for admission to the university.
A copy of the hostel Rules and Regulations will be made available to students. Students are also expected to adhere to laws pertaining to Malaysia. These rules only represent a minimum code of behaviour expected of future doctors and pharmacists.

For further information on the IMU hostel, please contact:

Cik. Khairun Ludin
The Student Affairs Department
International Medical University
No. 126, Jalan 19/155B
Bukit Jalil
57000 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia

Tel : (603) 8656 7272 / 7273 Ext: 5133
Fax: (603) 8656 1018
Email : khairun_ludin@imu.edu.my (khairun_ludin)



Private Accommodation
Besides the IMU hostel accommodation, students have an option for other accommodation i.e. private accommodation. Students could either rent rooms from other IMU students or rent the whole apartment and share amongst their friends at the Vista Komanwel Condominiums. Rental can also be made from individual tenants or agents. The cost of rental currently offered by the landlords is approximately from RM300 - RM400 plus per room monthly and rental for an apartment is from RM1,000 onwards monthly depending on the landlord. The cost of rental is usually negotiable.
Vista Komanwel Condominiums are student’s choice for accommodation as it is just situated across the road from IMU. Vista A is located approximately 10 minutes walk away, Vista B is directly opposite our campus and Vista C is a 5 minute walk away. Alternatively, the Arena Green Apartments are situated approximately 15-20 minutes walk away. There are also other private homes (approximately 5-10 minutes drive away) located nearby at Taman Sri Petaling & Taman Bukit Jalil. The nearest township to IMU is Taman Sri Petaling where there are many facilities such as Carrefour supermarket, shops, banks, clinics, hotel, restaurants, post office, dentists, laundries and many others.

The Admission and Student Affairs Department offers assistance to new students by providing an overall list of private accommodation available upon request. This list is compiled from advertisements placed by students and tenants and it is being frequently updated. If you are interested in a private accommodation rental, you may contact the individuals/agents to make your own arrangements and negotiations personally. A book on private accommodation is also available at The Admission and Student Affairs Department for your reference.

Apart from the list of private accommodation available, if you require any updated information, please join our mailing list. The latest updates will be sent via email to all in our mailing list regularly, as and when there are new entries. Students in our mailing list will also be able to interact with each other for any accommodation arrangements e.g. to share an apartment, as the mailing list is sent as a group email. You can inform us via email if you wish to remove your name from our mailing list.

To join mailing lists for latest accommodation available or request more information, please contact:

Ms. Jacinta Skelchy
The Student Affairs Department
International Medical University
No. 126, Jalan 19/155B
Bukit Jalil
57000 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia

Tel : (603) 8656 7272 / 7273 Ext: 5140
Email : jacinta_skelchy@imu.edu.my (jacinta_skelchy)
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« Reply #6 on: September 16, 2007, 06:27:10 PM »

The IMU strongly encourages its students to be involved in extra-curricular activities. This is to ensure that the IMU graduates become healthy individuals with varied interests. At the same time, there is a need to ensure that student life in the IMU is safe, comfortable and fun.


IMU Student Association
University students are leaders of tomorrow. Therefore, they should learn to accept and discharge their responsibilities effectively; even as students. The Student Association is an elected body that represents the students and organises activities for the IMU student community. Student Association representatives allow the student body to express their views on matters which affect student life at the University, including academic and examination issues as well as student recreational and accommodation facilities.


IMU Bukit Jalil - Student Representative
IMU Clinical School, Seremban - Student Representative


Co-curricular Activities
The IMU students form their own societies and clubs to organise various co-curricular activities. These include the Adventure Club, sports clubs, cultural and language clubs, dance and music, photography and so on. An annual IMU event is the mountain trip to Gunung Tahan, the highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia.
Other annual events include the orientation of freshies, the IMU Cup, IMU Ball and Friday Night. The orientation allows freshies to feel that their seniors are their friends and that they are welcomed at the IMU. These annual events are important because they foster the spirit of camaraderie within the IMU.

A student lounge is provided on campus for various indoor games such as carom, chess pool and card games as well as for relaxation. There is a fully equipped gymnasium and a dance studio with sound system at the student lounge for use by all students. There is a games room for students to play darts and table-tennis.


Major Events Dr Mei Ling Young Cup
Friday Night Concert
Goodwill Games
IMU Art Competition
IMU Ball
IMU Charity Run
IMU Cultural Week
IMU Cup
IMU Martial Arts Week
Tan Sri Abu Bakar Cup
 Cultural Clubs Buddhist Society
Catholic Students Society
Chinese Cultural Society
Choir Club
Christian Fellowship
Dance Club
Drama Club
Hindu Society
Indian Cultural Society
Malay Cultural Society
Music and Movie Club
Music and Performance Club
Muslim Society
 Social Clubs Amigoo
AMSA
Campus Friends
Crusaiders
Debate
Editorial Board
Gamers Club
Hellen Keller
International Students Society
Photography Club
Yoga Club
 
Outdoor Sports Clubs Adventure Club
Badminton Club
Basketball Club
Cricket Club
Fantastic Female Futsal Club
Football Club
Iceskating Club
Infinity Milers
Netball Club
Paintball & Dodgeball Club
Rugby Club
Squash Club
Swimming Club
Tennis Club
Volleyball Club
 Indoor Sports Clubs Chess Club
Chinese Chess Club
Darts Club
Foosball Club
Pool & Snooker Club
Table Tennis Club
 Martial Arts Clubs Aikido Club
Chinese Martial Arts Club
Judo Club
Ninjitsu Club
Taekwondo Club
Wushu Club
 


The clubs are required to organise at least one major event per semester.


Student Counselling
Experienced staff at the Department of Admissions and Student Affairs, and academic staff offer appropriate advice and counsel to potential students and their parents on various aspects of the University. In addition, information on the Partner Medical Schools (PMS) and living abroad are given by trained IMU staff as well as visiting academic staff from the PMS. IMU students can also seek the counsel of IMU academic staff at any time. The tutor-tutee system of the University where specific academicians are mentors to specific students is another mechanism of support for students.


IMU Alumni
Today, our graduates are either pursuing their studies in our Partner Universities in six countries abroad, or working as doctors or pharmacists in Malaysia and overseas. The IMU Alumni is established to ensure easy access and interaction among the IMU family around the globe. Communication is optimised through the IMU Alumni website @ www.imu.org.my for all alumni activities.

 
Dr Goh Hsien Ming joined the pioneer batch of medical students in International Medical College (IMC) in 1993. He completed his Advanced Diploma in Medical Sciences (1996) and subsequently continued his clinical studies in the University of Dundee. He completed his MBChB in 1998. Dr Goh Hsien Ming was the first Secretary of IMC Student Council (1993-1996). He is also the founding president of the IMU Alumni Association, which now has more than 1,400 members around the world. IMU has awarded the Young Alumnus Award to Dr Goh Hsien Ming in recognition of his outstanding leadership and significant contribution to IMU and the science of health informatics.
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« Reply #7 on: September 16, 2007, 06:40:46 PM »

this whole information was only one of the malaysia's top-ranked medical universities
(IMU) www.imu.edu.my
there are many other universities n we'll post their information real soon .
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« Reply #8 on: September 16, 2007, 06:46:38 PM »

This is a list of universities in Malaysia.


1 Public universities
2 Private universities
2.1 Foreign universities, Malaysia campus
2.2 University Colleges
3 Private colleges

 


 Public universities

University of Malaya (UM)
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)
Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)
Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)
Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM)
Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI)
Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) (formerly Kolej Universiti Islam Malaysia or KUIM)
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT)  (formerly Kolej Universiti Sains dan Teknologi Malaysia or KUSTEM)
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) (formerly Kolej Universiti Teknologi Tun Hussein Onn or KUiTTHO)
Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) (formerly Kolej Universiti Teknikal Kebangsaan Malaysia or KUTKM)
Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP)  (formerly Kolej Universiti Kejuruteraan Utara Malaysia or KUKUM)
Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) (formerly Kolej Universiti Kejuruteraan dan Teknologi Malaysia or KUKTEM)
Universiti Darul Iman Malaysia (UDM) (formerly Kolej Ugama Sultan Zainal Abidin or KUSZA)
Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (UMK)
Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia (UPNM)
University Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas)
Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS)
University Teknologi Mara (UiTM)

 Private universities

International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)
Limkokwing University Of Creative Technology (LUCT)
International Medical University (IMU)
Asian Institute of Medicine, Science & Technology (AIMST) 
Malaysia University of Science & Technology (MUST) 
Multimedia University (MMU)
Open University Malaysia (OUM)
Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP) (formerly The Institute of Technology Petronas or ITP)
Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN)
Universiti Tun Abdul Razak (UNITAR)
Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR)
Universiti Kuala Lumpur (UniKL)
Universiti Industri Selangor (UNISEL)
Wawasan Open University (WOU) 

 Foreign universities, Malaysia campus

Curtin University of Technology Sarawak Campus
Monash University Malaysia Campus
Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus
University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus

 University Colleges

Asia Pacific University College of Technology & Innovation (UCTI)
Binary University College 
HELP University College
INTI International University College (INTI-UC)
International University College Of Technology Twintech (IUCTT)
Kuala Lumpur Infrastructure University College (KLIUC)
Nilai International University College
Sunway University College
Taylor's University College
University College Sedaya International (UCSI)
Cosmopoint International College University
University College of Technology & Management Malaysia (KUTPM)

 Private colleges

ALFA International College (formerly Alif Creative Academy)
Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology (APIIT)
Brickfields Asia College (BAC)
Bostonweb College
Creative Academy
Cyberjaya University College of Medicine
Disted-Stamford College (DISTED)
Informatics College
Institut Kompas (Business & Accounting College)
KBU International College (KBU)
KDU College
INTI College Subang Jaya
INTI International College Penang
INTI Genting International College
INTI College Sabah
INTI College Sarawak
Island College of Technology
Kolej Shahputra
Kolej Tuanku Ja'afar
Kolej Yayasan Melaka
Kolej Yayasan UEM (formerly Kolej Matrikulasi Yayasan Saad)
LaSalle International Design School
Mahsa College
Malaysia France Institute
Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA)
Malaysian Institute of Management (MIM)
Mantissa Institute
Masterskill College of Nursing and Allied Health
Melaka Manipal Medical College
Metropolitan College
MIDAS International Kolej
MIM-IMS Management School
MSC International College (MSC)
MTDC Multimedia Academy
Multimedia College (MMC) (formally Telekom Training College, TTC)
Nilam College of Nursing & Allied Health Sciences
Nirwana Institute
Olympia College
Penang Medical College
Penang Skills Development Centre
PJ College of Art and Design
Prime Group of Colleges
PTPL College
Reliance College
RIMA College
SAE Institute Malaysia
SEGi College
Sentral Education Group
Sepang Institute
Southern College
Stamford College
Systematic Institute
Tunku Abdul Rahman College (TARC)
Terengganu Advanced Technical Institute
The One Academy
TPM Academy
Westminster International College
World-Point Academy Of Tourism
New Era College
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« Reply #9 on: September 16, 2007, 11:19:30 PM »

What about somali students who are attending medical colleges in malaysia?
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« Reply #10 on: November 18, 2011, 08:02:40 PM »

What about somali students who are attending medical colleges in malaysia?

I'm also interested in the answer of that.
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