• Kazakhstan Students Gain Insights into Research Management at IMU

    7 postgraduate medical students from Karaganda State Medical University (KSMU), Kazakhstan who were at the Malaysian University to attend a Research Management Training Course from 27 March to 2 April 2018.

  • Platform for Sharing Knowledge, Experiencing Culture

    Mobility programmes allow under – and postgraduates to experience short-term training abroad and gain an international perspective to their programme of study. One of the universities in Malaysia that has such a programme is IMU. The University established its student mobility programme in 2007 and offers both inbound and outbound mobility programmes.  IMU mobility programmes include internships, research, electives, study visits and clinical attachments. Read ... Read More

  • Crossing Borders for a Short Course in Research Management at IMU

    11 – 20 May 2017 – Disparities of cultures, climate and environment as well as language barriers have not hindered a group of 17 students to leave their home country in Kazakhstan and travel 5899 kilometers crossing the borders to attend a short course on Research Management offered by the International Medical University (IMU), Malaysia. ... Read More

  • More than 2, 800 IMU Students Gain External Learning Experiences in Malaysia and Overseas

    Kazakhstan students at IMU under the Student Mobility programme
    In an era of globalisation, it is widely acknowledged that some overseas exposure as part of a degree programme can academically and socially enrich a student’s university experience, broaden the student’s perspectives and enhance his or her employment prospects. With this in view, the International Medical University (IMU) established a Student Mobility Programme as part ... Read More

  • Insightful Short Course on Research Management for Kazakhstan Students at IMU, Malaysia

    It was with great anticipation for a group of nine students from Karaganda State Medical University, Kazakhstan who boarded a plane to Malaysia to attend a Short Course on Research Management at the International Medical University (IMU) for a week from 11-19 May, 2016. For some of them, this was their first visit to Malaysia. This ... Read More

  • University of Strathclyde Students Had an Amazing Experience at IMU, Malaysia

    Lydia Epemolu and five other students (Claire Blenkinsop; Stella Lee; Amir Khalil; Margaret Mary McGlone; Fareed Nadeem) from the University of Strathclyde, UK had the opportunity to spend seven weeks participating in a research project at the International Medical University, Malaysia under the PMI2 programme. Additionally, they experienced Malaysian culture, food and hospitality. Lydia recalls ... Read More

  • University of Oxford Medical Student Gains Invaluable Experience at IMU, Malaysia

    Stuart Miles is a medical student from University of Oxford, England who did his electives at the International Medical University (IMU) in Malaysia. He has since completed his studies and will be doing his housemanship in a hospital at Bristol, England. He spent ten weeks at IMU and recalls fondly of his time in Malaysia. ... Read More

  • Research Attachment in IMU Malaysia for Strathclyde Students

    Six third year pharmacy students, Rosie Iles, Fiona Cleat, Neil Davidson, Ross McKerral, Ali Mahboba and Simon Bailey from the University of Strathclyde, UK had the opportunity to spend six weeks at the International Medical University (IMU), Malaysia working on a short research project under the supervision of Drs Ivan Yap and Lee Choy Sin. ... Read More

  • An Enriching Learning Experience at IMU for Students from Denmark

    Anne Christensen and Marie Lorans from Denmark like to experience different cultures. They decided to combine this interest with their studies and participate in the International Medical University (IMU)’s Student Mobility Programme.  Under this programme, the two girls spend 5 months at the University attending the fourth semester of its Biomedical Science programme. “During the initial ... Read More

  • A Learning Experience at IMU for Pharmacy Students from University of Strathclyde

    A group of third year pharmacy students from University of Strathclyde took the opportunity to spend 6 weeks at the International Medical University (IMU), one of its partner university in Malaysia. The students participated in a research project looking at the antibacterial actions of essential oils and their potential ability to reverse resistance to β-lactam antibiotics. ... Read More