The Global Experience
Having overseas exposure as part of your degree programme can academically and socially enrich your university experience, broaden perspectives and enhance your employment prospects.
If you are an IMU student pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate studies, the Mobility Programme will provide you an opportunity to have some external learning opportunities abroad. If you are an international student, we invite you to experience life in Malaysia, discover the city of Kuala Lumpur and interact with local students at IMU.
Which Mobility Programme?
Where's Your Destination?
Why study in Malaysia?
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Experience Multicultural Malaysia
The International Medical University (IMU) is Malaysia’s first and most established private medical and healthcare university with over 27 years of dedicated focus in healthcare education. Established in 1992, the University enjoys an international reputation, and provides a high standard of education at undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing professional development level. Currently, the University has over 3,800 students across its various programmes, with about 3,410 students based at Bukit Jalil, while another 390 at the Clinical campuses. IMU has also plays host to over 430 international students representing 43 countries worldwide.
Why study Overseas?
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Get to Know People of Different Nationalities
Having a chance to obtain an international experience will greatly enhance your learning and allow you to make friends around the world.
Participating in a student mobility programme is an opportunity for you to experience living abroad and learn about a different country and culture. You can also gain better understanding of your study area, make new friends and maybe even learn to speak a foreign language. This will greatly enhance your job prospects globally and enrich your life experiences.
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