This page lists Medical schools in Malaysia, both Public and Private.
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A note about recognition:
The list of Medical Schools Recognised is maintained by the MMC and can be viewed from their website. You are however advised to always contact the MMC Secretariat in case there are changes not reflected in the list.
Public Medical Schools
The Faculty of Medicine and Defense Health was establishhed on 19 March 2009. It is designed to be a renowed National Centre for Military Health and Disaster Medicine. The Faculty aims at promoting the right knowledge, attitude and skills to students to become competent and caring physicians. Graduates are expected to function effectively when deployed for military engagement, humanitarian missions and disaster relief operations.
Universiti Malaysia Sabah (English: Sabah University of Malaysia) or UMS is the ninth Malaysian public university located in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
The Universiti Malaysia Sabah School of Medicine was established in the year 2003.
The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak started registering its pioneer batch of Medical students in 1995 followed by the students in the Nursing programme in 1998. The planners of the Faculty have put a strong emphasis on quality and the curriculum is comprehensive and is geared towards the total development of students and preparing them to be competent autonomous and yet able to contribute to teamwork.
The medical school will contribute to the advancement of health in the community and ensure the progress of the country via appropriate innovative curricular approaches, efficient health care services and relevant research work.
The curriculum emphasises Problem Based Learning (PBL), which aims at enhancing the students’ acquisition of integrated knowledge, improving their problem solving skills as well as improving their abilities in clinical reasoning. The clinical exposure is done early and the students make use of facilities available at several government hospitals, clinics and including health centres.
Faculty was established on 1st August 1996 as a result of the merger between the Department of Biomedical of the Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Science with Nutrition and Community Health Department of the Faculty Human Ecology. Currently, there are 1845 full-time students in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.
FMHS complex has many facilities which include administration building, library, lecture halls, tutorial rooms and laboratory. In addition, there are four blocks of students’ hostel which can accommodate 2000 students, student centre, food court and mosque.
The Islamic Science University of Malaysia (USIM) is a government funded university that was established in the year 2000. The founding of USIM was inspired by the vision of the then Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, to uphold and integrate Islamic studies into tertiary education and science, thereby incorporating Islam into the national education mainstream.
Unlike the rest of the university counterparts who moved to Nilai, Negeri Sembilan in August 2005, the faculty moved next door to Menara B MPAJ after necessary renovations were carried out to improve the learning and teaching facilities as well as a good working environment for its citizens. This is to accommodate the students as their clinical years will be carried out at the nearby brand-new high-tech Ampang Hospital.
Now USIM has 8 faculties including the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, based in the Pandan Indah campus, very near to the Kuala Lumpur city centre.
The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences began operations with an intake of 29 medical students in 2005. This first batch of 29 have now just graduated as medical doctors and all are serving as medical officers in hospitals within the Malaysian Ministry of Health. At present, there are 317 medical students pursuing their medical training at USIM’s Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. The faculty was recently conferred full accreditation by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency and the Malaysian Medical Council.
The medical degree offered at USIM is unique where the future doctors are trained not only in the fields of medicine and surgery but also in higher Islamic studies. Compulsory courses include Quranic memorization, hadith and sunnah of the Prophet (s.a.w.), Arabic language, history of medicine in Islam, fiqh and many others. Thus, an all rounded education is provided with the aim of producing medical practitioners who are leaders for the Muslim ummah.
From KUIM and now changed to USIM, FPSK is still one of the highest recognition faculty in USIM yesterday , today and tomorrow.
The School of Medical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia was first established in June 1979. In the early development of the school, the pre-clinical years were carried out in the Penang campus while the clinical years were conducted at the Kelantan campus. The school was fully operational at Kubang Kerian, Kelantan by June 1990. The Kubang Kerian, Kelantan Campus was established on 220 acres of land and it encompasses the School of Medical Sciences and the USM Teaching Hospital, which was established in October 1983. The move to the Kelantan campus consolidated further the academic, service and research activities of the school.
More recently, two new schools have been estalished. The School of Dental Sciences and Allied Health Sciences are now also fully operational. The kelantan campus is now known as the Health Campus, USM and also houses the Kelantan branch of INFORMM, a research institute for research in molecular medicine. Kubang Kerian is 6.6 km from Kota Bharu, the state capital of Kelantan. Kota Bharu has a population of around 420,000 while Kelantan state population is 1.2 million.
The main Universiti Sains Malaysia ( USM ) campus is located in Minden, Penan and was established in 1969. USM was founded after an agreement made on a resolution approved by the Penang State Legislative Council in 1962, which suggested that a university college be established in the state. An area in Sungai Ara was identified and later the foundation stone was placed by the then Prime Minister, Y.T.M Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj on the 7th of August 1967.
In 1969, the University of Penang was established in responce to the need for a larger campus with a more conducive environment, appropriate to the needs of the future of the country. In April 1969, Professor Hamzah Sendut was elected the first Vice-Chancellor. Two months later, a group of 57 students was accepted to begin their studies. Since the area in Sungai Ara could not be developed as fast as required, the group was placed at the Malaysian Teachers’ Training College at Bukit Gelugor on loan from the Education Ministry. In 1971, the campus, which was originally planned to be situated in Sungai Ara moved to its present site, Minden, an area measuring 500 acres.
USM has since grown to now include the main campus in Penang, Health Campus in Kelantan and the Engineering Campus in Seberang Perai. Currently there are 24 Schools, 5 Institutes and 14 Centres of Excellence with a total students population ( undergraduate and postgraduate ) of more than 35,000.
The idea was conceived with the formation of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences on the 1st December 2002 which was located at Petaling Jaya, Selangor. The programmes offered were the Degree in Medicine and Diplomas in Environmental Health, Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technology, Medical Imaging, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy. On 15th March 2004, it was split into the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Health Sciences.
The first intake of 20 medical students was admitted in June 2003 and they graduated in April 2008. The number of student intake has grown over the years. By 2011, the faculty has grown impressively and our current number of student intake is around 200 per year.
Fakulti Perubatan, yang kini berusia 35 tahun, telah ditubuhkan pada 30hb Mei 1972 sebagai sebuah institusi perubatan untuk menjalankan aktiviti-aktiviti mengajar kursus-kursus perubatan dan kejururawatan, penyelidikan perubatan dan perkhidmatan klinikal, di bawah pentadbiran seorang Dekan. Pada mulanya, kursus perubatan yang dijalankan untuk pelajar-pelajar perubatan dan perkhidmatan perubatan yang disediakan oleh pensyarah-pensyarah dilakukan di Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) yang digunakan sebagai hospital pembelajaran.
Pada tahun 1997, Hospital UKM (HUKM) telah dibangunkan sebagai hospital pembelajaran untuk pelajar-pelajar Fakulti Perubatan, UKM. Struktur pentadbiran HUKM diasingkan dari fakulti dan ketuanya merupakan Pengarah Hospital. Pada mula HUKM ditubuhkan, jawatan Dekan dan Pengarah Hospital dipegang oleh seorang pegawai, tetapi sejak tahun 1998, Fakulti Perubatan telah mempunyai Dekannya tersendiri dan UKM pula mempunyai Pengarahnya tersendiri.
Walaubagaimanapun, pada 14hb Disember 2007, Fakulti Perubatan dan HUKM telah digabungkan untuk mewujudkan entiti yang dikenali sebagai Pusat Perubatan UKM (PPUKM), atau UKM Medical Centre (UKMMC), dengan moto Mengintegrasikan Pembelajaran dan Penyelidikan Demi Masyarakat. PPUKM diketuai oleh seorang Dekan merangkap Pengarah yang bertanggungjawab menguruskan semua bahagian akademik, penyelidikan dan perkhidmatan klinikal di Pusat ini.
The University of Malaya was initially set up in Singapore in 1949 as an amalgamation of the two premier institutions of higher education in colonial Malaya and Singapore, Raffles College and King Edward VII College of Medicine to serve the needs of the colony. Following independence of Malaya in 1957, two autonomous divisions of the university, one in Singapore and one in Kuala Lumpur, were established in 1959. The government of Malaya expressed a desire to change the status of the Kuala Lumpur division to a national University and following appropriate legislation, the University of Malaya was established in 1962. The Singapore Division was renamed the University of Singapore.
In 1961, the Board of Education, University Malaya had proposed that a medical institution be established to cater to the shortages of medical doctors in Malaya at that time.The first Faculty of Medicine in Malaysia was established in the University of Malaya in 1963. Instruction started in 1964 with the first batch of students.
On 5th August 1968, the spanking new University Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC) was officially opened by His Majesty the Yang Dipertuan Agung, Duli Yang Maha Mulia Seri Paduka Baginda Yang Dipertuan Agung Tuanku Ismail Nasarudin Shah Ibni Alharmahum Sultan Zainal Abidin.
Based on the Cabinet, the University of Sultan Zainal Abidin (Formerly known as Universiti Darul Iman Malaysia) was established in late 2005 as part of a development and expansion of higher education that has been planned by the Ministry of Higher Education Teaching. In the presentation of the concept paper, UniSZA planned to consist of a number of branch campus and each campus has a number of faculties which offer specific teaching and learning. Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin begins by the upgrading of the Kolej Sultan Zainal Abidin (KUSZA) which aims to develop the potential of existing universities to offer more quality and skills programs in line with the recommendations and the government’s target to make the university as a center of knowledge.
About the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Faculty of Health Sciences has been recommended the approval of its establishment on January 29, 2007 by the Ministry of Higher Education. However, meetings of the Board of Directors dated 18 September 2007 agreed to change the name of Faculty of Health Sciences to Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (FPSK) is consistent with current faculty which will offer more courses related to these areas. Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences currently has offers four diploma programs and two undergraduate programs, namely:
Diploma in Nursing Science
Diploma in Radiography
Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology
Diploma in Physiology
Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (Honours)
Bachelor in Dietetics
Private Medical Schools
The Faculty of Medicine is committed to excellence in educating tomorrow’s healthcare professionals and biomedical researchers through the recruitment and retention of outstanding teaching and research faculty and the establishment of state-of-the-art facilities.
It offers an innovative and clinically integrated curriculum that meets the needs of our local, national and global communities. The programme is spread over five years and leads to the MBBS degree. The Faculty has, through an MoU with the Ministry of Health, Government of Malaysia, access to five teaching hospitals and twelve rural health clinics in the State in running its medical programme.
The MD AUCMS is a pioneering AUCMS medical degree program, the first of its kind accorded by the university. The student will earns a Doctor Of Medicine – Allianze University College of Medical Sciences (MD; AUCMS) once they have completed the five years program.
The program consists of two phases:
Pre – Clinical Phase : Phase I (Basic Medical Sciences) and Phase 2 (Clinical Sciences) at the AUCMS campus in Kepala Batas for the first two and a half years (Semesters 1-5).
Clinical Phase: Phase 3 (Clinical clerkship posting) in hospital and community clinic affiliations for the next two and a half years .
*The clinical clerkship is divided into Junior Medical Clerkship (Semesters 6 – 8) and Senior Medical Clerkship (Semester 9 – 10).
Clinical years will be conducted through a network of teaching hospitals.
Hospital Kulim, Kedah
Hospital Tuanku Fauziah, Perlis
Hospital Kepala Batas, Pulau Pinang
Hospital Langkawi, Kedah
Hospital Baling, Kedah
Hospital Taiping, Perak
Hospital Sultanah Bahiyah
Our medical degree programme is traditional based which integrates basic medical science and clinical science with professional skills and competencies throughout the programme. The curriculum at AMUC leads to the award of the degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
No info in website about MBBS programme
The Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS) was established in 2005, in line with the government’s aim to improve Malaysia’s healthcare system. As its name suggests, CUCMS is located in Cyberjaya.
CUCMS aims to serve the nation through excellence in health sciences education, research, public service and clinical care. With the advantage of having a niche partnership with the Medical Division of The Ministry of Defense, CUCMS strives to produce competent healthcare professionals and is a distinctive institution of higher learning in the field of medical sciences.
CUCMS offers Foundation Programmes in Medicine/Pharmacy and Allied Sciences and Bachelor Programmes in Medicine, Pharmacy, Traditional & Complementary Medicine, and Allied Health Sciences.
Recognised: 29/07/2010 sehingga 31/12/2011
Kolej Universiti INSANIAH (KUIN) merupakan sebuah universiti milik penuh Kerajaan Negeri Kedah Darul Aman dan berdaftar di Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi Malaysia KPT/JPS/DFT/US/K03.
The Kulliyyah of Medicine is located at two sites: The Teaching Annex in Jalan Hospital Campus (JHC), and the Bandar Indera Mahkota Campus (IMC).
The JHC was officially opened by HRH Sultan Pahang in 28 November 1997 (28 Rejab 1418). Currently, lectures for clinical students (Phase II and III) are conducted in this building. The JHC is located next to the Tengku Ampuan Afzan Hospital (HTAA), which is also the main teaching hospital, with 659 beds.
Phase I of the medical programme (Years 1 and 2) is conducted in the IMC facilities. The Kulliyyah of Medicine at IMC was officially opened by HRH Sultan Pahang on 12 June 2004.
In Phases II and III of the medical programme (Years 3, 4 and 5), students will come into direct contact with patients under the supervision of clinicians and hospital specialists in the wards and clinics of HTAA and Hospital Sultan Ahmad Shah Temerloh. This is also done in some accredited hospitals and health centres throughout Pahang state.
The International Medical University (IMU) is Malaysia’s first and most established private medical and healthcare university with over 20 years of dedicated focus in healthcare education. The University is the first university in Malaysia that offers conventional and complementary medicine, all under one roof. Established in 1992, the University enjoys an international reputation, and provides a high standard of education at undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing professional development level. Its programmes consist of both local tracks (IMU degree), as well as international partner tracks (partner university degree).
Main Campus Bukit Jalil No.126, Jalan Jalil Perkasa 19, Bukit Jalil Kuala Lumpur WP 57000 Malaysia
Clinical School – Seremban Jalan Rasah Seremban Negeri Sembilan 70300 Malaysia
Clinical School – Batu Pahat No.12, Jalan Indah, Taman Sri Kenangan Batu Pahat Johor 83000 Malaysia
The Doctor of Medicine program, will cover a total of five years and it comprises of 2 phases i.e a 2 year basic medical science phase followed by a 3 year clinical phase. Each year will comprise 2 semesters, each of 20 weeks teaching and learning duration. Clinicians will participate in teaching activities in the second year to provide clinical orientation and interpretation. Inclusion of basic science lectures during the 3 clinical years will provide the necessary vertical integration between basic medical science and clinical teaching and learning process.
The first 2 years of basic medical science will be conducted in the Petaling Jaya Campus while the clinical phase will be conducted in the hospitals and clinics situated in Lahad Datu, Tawau and Semporna.
At the end of the MD programme, graduates will acquire the required knowledge, develop essential clinical competencies and imbibe the right professional attitudes as well as values, which will help them to work as effective primary care physicians.
Duties of medical doctors include, examination of patients, diagnosis, prescribing of medicines, minor operations and treating injuries, diseases as well as other ailments. It further includes activities related to community development, thus acting as a role model.
The MAHSA University Medical Faculty offers its students the best of modern and traditional mode of learning which is subject-based, system-synchronized curriculum that is both pragmatic and modern in approach.
Whilst it is lecture-driven by highly experienced teachers, innovative methods such as problem-based learning (PBL), e-learning, early clinical exposure (ECE) and small group sessions (with movies, debates and role play) are integrated into it to boost students’ enthusiasm.
Here at MAHSA University, our students’ success is our success. We maintain an optimum teacher: student ratio of 1:5. Our faculty members are handpicked from the local and international pool of highly experienced teachers, many having done more than 30 years of teaching. They create wholesome and warm learning environments which are conducive for student-active sessions such as PBL. Their teaching skills are further enhanced by our modern facilities featuring ultra-modern wet and dry anatomy labs, Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) and integrated digital labs to support e-learning, technologically-enabled small group isles and lecture theaters as well as a conventional-cum-virtual library.
The state-of-the-art technology enables students to learn and comprehend difficult subjects better at an accelerated pace. Though many of the medical schools globally are shunting from the use of cadaver in learning anatomy, in MAHSA University, cadavers ironically lend a touch of “gross excitement” to the learning of anatomy, while physiology and pharmacology comes to life by the use of digital laboratories. Small group sessions, especially in the soft skills module offer personalised attention, with continuing support from the entire staff, ensuring the success of our students.
The Melaka Manipal Medical College (MMMC) was conceived from the ‘Look East Policy’ of the former Prime Minister, P.V. Narasimha Rao who recognised the need for greater South-South cooperation in the economic, education and social sectors in line with the government’s objective of making the country a leading educational hub in the region and to provide more Malaysian students the opportunity to achieve their aspirations to become doctors and healthcare professionals. This led to the signing of an agreement in New Delhi in 1993, between Manipal University (formerly known as Manipal Academy of Higher Education or MAHE) and the college witnessed by both the Prime Ministers of Malaysia and India. The project is also a tribute to the late Datuk K Pathmanaban, an ex-Deputy Minister of Health, Malaysia who had the vision to partner the project with the Manipal Group, who is the pioneer of private medical education in India, having over 55 years experience in the field of medical education. Dr Ramdas M. Pai, Chancellor, Manipal University, with his vast experience, converted this vision into a reality by admitting the pioneer batch of medical students to the Manipal campus of MMMC in September 1997.
Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences was established in 2005. The first two cohorts of students were placed in Victoria, Australia from 2005 – 2006. In February 2007, the School commenced taking in students in the first year.
The MBBS program is the same as the one conducted in Australia running concurrently in 3 campuses – Clayton, Sunway and Gippsland – and has been accredited by the Australian Medical Council (AMC). This accreditation has provided an independent assessment of the quality medical education provided by Monash University Sunway campus and will allow its graduates to practise in Australia and New Zealand without additional examinations.
Students complete their final clinical years at the Clinical School and the Sultanah Aminah Hospital in Johor Bahru. Regional and rural experience is gained at the healthcare facilities and clinics in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, and around Segamat, Pontian and Kulai in Johor. A mandatory 3-month attachment in Australia in Year 5 gives the students an opportunity to complete their degree by gaining a wider experience of General Practice in the Australian setting.
Management and Science University (MSU) developed a five year medical course of three phases through its International Medical School (IMS). The Phase I consist of Year 1, Phase II consist of Year 2 whilst Phase III consists of Year 3,4 & 5 respectively. Both Phase I and II are delivered through system-based modules. The Phase III is conducted through discipline-based postings i.e Medicine, Surgery, Obstetric & Gynecology, Paediatric, Psychiatry, Primary Care, Orthopedics, Emergency Medicine and short postings . The Year 1 and Year 2 focuses into basic medical sciences. The year 3 focuses on Introduction to Basic Clinical Skills and knowledge, the Year 4 introduces different Specialties and the Year 5 concentrates on consolidation of the clinical skills and knowledge. Year 1 and 2 are divided into 2 semester. Eleven modules will be covered in Year 1 and ten modules for Year 2. A module on Ethics and Medical Jurisprudence, Radiology and Community Medicine are delivered horizontally throughout the year of study.
The MBBS curriculum is built according to Malaysian Medical Council (MMC) guidelines and approved by MMC. The MBBS programme presents a continually expanding level of medical experiences. In the early years of study, the basic medical sciences are taught in the context relevant to patient care. Later in the course, clinical teaching builds upon and reinforces this strong scientific foundation. An emphasis on clinical communication skills and early clinical contact visit to medical practices, community care facilities and hospitals, is a feature of MSU MBBS course.
The teaching learning approaches emphasis to student centered and methods used includes small group teaching, self-directed learning, case-based learning, bed site teaching, continuous medical education, Clinico-pathological Conference, seminar, lecture and tutorial. MSU focuses to produce a good medical doctor not only excellent in academic but in soft skill as well. The MBBS students of MSU are also encourage to involve in various Community Services to contribute to society.
The MS Ramaiah Memorial Teaching Hospital and Baptist Hospital in Bangalore are the teaching hospitals for IMS. It is a multi-speciality world-class hospital with dedicated staff and excellent health care facilities. It is a hospital that believes in the totality of healthcare and the value of compassion.
Newcastle University UK, has established an international branch campus in Johor, Malaysia to provide its undergraduate degrees in Medicine (MB BS) and the Biomedical Sciences (BSc), and opportunities for postgraduate study.
The programmes of study are identical to those of Newcastle’s UK-based provision, and lead to the award of the same degrees, conferred by Newcastle University, UK. By choosing to study at NUMed Malaysia, students will obtain a reputable UK qualification, from an internationally recognized university, at a cost significantly less than that of studying for the same degrees in the UK.
The undergraduate Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MB BS) degrees were launched in 2009 and the Biomedical Sciences BSc Honours was launched in 2013.
It is planned that a Foundation programme in Medicine and Science and our postgraduate provision will be offered from in the future.
PMC is a partnership with two of the oldest and most respected medical schools in Ireland, the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) and University College Dublin (UCD). PMC students undertake their Pre-Clinical studies at either RCSI or UCD, where they gain a comprehensive understanding of the biomedical sciences necessary to enter Clinical training. Upon successful completion of their Pre-Clinical studies, students return to pursue their Clinical training in Penang. During their period of clinical training in Penang, the students remain registered as full-time students of either RCSI or UCD.
Recognised: June 2001
On November 2, 2010, an agreement to help Malaysia develop its first fully integrated private four-year graduate medical school and teaching hospital was signed in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Signatories to the agreement included four strategic collaborators:
The Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Johns Hopkins Medicine International (JHI), the international arm of Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Academic Medical Centre Sdn Bhd, subsidiary of Chase Perdana Sdn Bhd, a Kuala Lumpur-based private development corporation, and an associate company of Turiya Berhad
As a demonstration of the importance of this international collaboration, the official signing was witnessed by United States Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia Tan Sri Dato’ Haji Muhyiddin Bin Mohd Yassin.
The first intake was in 2011
In collaboration with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), the PU-RCSI School of Medicine at Perdana University (PU) is pleased to provide an education programme relevant to national needs in Malaysia and to international expectations.
The ethos of the PU-RCSI School of Medicine is founded on the principle that the patient’s interest is paramount in clinical teaching, medical practice and research.
The objective of the PU-RCSI School of Medicine is to provide the education and experience that will enable its graduates to enter postgraduate training in any speciality of medicine.
The PU-RCSI School of Medicine undergraduate curriculum provides the student with the basic science and molecular medicine foundations of medical practice. The programme features early clinical competencies acquisition and patient contact.
The curriculum uniquely features health-promotion as well as disease prevention and treatment. Students will learn to understand the influence of health and disease on the individual, family and society and how to approach clinical conditions in a broad context, appreciating the personal and social dimension as well as biomedical basis.
The PU-RSCI School of Medicine curriculum and training equips students with the intellectual and personal attributes to enable sound clinical decision-making and judgement, and search for best-evidence to guide practice. The programme features early carefully guided self-study methods progressing to self-directed learning and extensive use of information technology including Moodle.
Students acquire during the 5 year programme the understanding and clinical competence to deliver, under supervision, a high level of patient care and the ability to communicate and interact effectively with patients and colleagues. Students will be prepared to take progressively increasing levels of clinical responsibilities and to develop leadership roles for future healthcare provision in Malaysia.
The Faculty of Medicine, Quest International University Perak (QIUP) opened its doors to the first batch of students on 29th July 2012 – only after developing a most modern curriculum; constructing state of the art laboratories and infrastructure; engaging experienced staff members and successfully going through the tough scrutiny of MMC and MQA.
The MBBS programme at QIUP follows an Integrated Hybrid Problem-Based Learning Curriculum. The 5-year programme consists of two contiguous phases: Phase I or Pre-clinical (Years 1 to 2) and Phase II or Clinical (Years 3 to 5). In Phase I, the emphasis is on basic sciences with early clinical exposure; Phase II focuses on the clinical sciences integrated with the applied aspects of basic and laboratory sciences.
The Multidiscipline Laboratories, Anatomy and Pathology Resource Room and Dissection Hall provide the state of the art facilities for students to perform their practical sessions.
Faculty is proud to have highly experienced and dedicated academic and non-academic staff members who are ever willing to guide and assist students.
The MBBS programme is designed to challenge the best and the brightest minds to learn the science of medicine and public health, and the art of compassionate care.
SEGi University’s Faculty of Medicine takes pride in its commitment to educating the next generation public health practitioners and is dedicated to advancing medical knowledge and humane healing through innovative educational methods.
Our community of academicians is comprised of highly qualified individuals who are passionate about their work and are poised to make significant contributions to clinical medicine, health care and translational research.
SEGi University’s Faculty of Medicine provides all students a high quality educational experience that is rigorous, and committed to professionalism.
The curriculum for the MBBS programme was developed with the aim of producing doctors that are competent, caring and scientific while also being able to anticipate and respond to the changes in community needs, medical science and technology. A few means of developing these expertise is through exposure to early patient contact and clinical training, ensuring the curriculum reflects the way in which students will be expected to identify and address clinical problems, placing a higher emphasis on delivery through engagement with the students, and encouraging students to develop their skills outside of the curriculum. As such, the SEGi MBBS introduces students to early clinical exposure in Phase 1 programme, the programme is an integrated curriculum, the programme focuses on a student-centred learning approach, and students will benefit from the opportunity to participate in an internship element as an elective in Phase 2.
We select each new entering class with the intent of ensuring that the Faculty will train tomorrow’s medical leaders, secure in the knowledge that they will be well prepared to practice their chosen specialties and to meet the needs of the public
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) is a five-year programme to equip students with knowledge in the basic medical sciences for first 2 years and 3 years exposure to clinical medicine. The home-grown medical programme at Taylor’s is an integrated problem-based curriculum with departmental clinical rotations in the clinical years.
During Phase I of the programme (Year 1 and 2), the curriculum covers basic medical sciences with introductory clinical exposure. Foundations in communication skills, medical ethics and community health will be spread across the phase. Students will also be introduced to medical research. Students will also be given the opportunity to select certain topics in the Student Selected Module (SSM) to allow them to explore subjects of their interest in more depth. In Phase II (Year 3, 4 and 5), students will go into different clinical rotations medicine, surgery, paediatrics, O&G, orthopaedics and others.
The MBBS Programme consists of two phases:
Taylor’s University (Year 1 and 2)
Focuses on the basic knowledge of medical sciences with exposure to clinical medicine. Students will have access to specialised lab facilities and gain clinical exposure training at local hospitals.
Taylor’s University and selected hospital (Year 3 to 5)
Involves clinical rotations at hospitals where students will gain hands-on experience while working on patients. Students will also gain further insight into the fields of specialisation which may interest them.
UCSI University works to advance healthcare through medical education. Our mission is to groom tomorrow’s doctors and healthcare practitioners to heal, care and make life better for local, national and global communities. To this end, we seek to equip the best people with the best ideas, skill sets and ethics to make a telling diﬀerence in all they do.