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 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