Six final-year Biomedical Science students had the opportunity to complete their 2 months’ attachment at Taipei Veterans General Hospital (TVGH), Taiwan - an exciting and unforgettable experience for them.
Third year Biomedical Science student. Rachel Tong Xin Theng completed her 9-week internship at National University Hospital (NUH), Singapore, in the Department of Medicine, Infectious Disease Laboratory.
30 October 2017 – 17 November 2017 – I have participated in a three-week summer course on Interprofessional Health Care: Tropical, Neglected Infectious and Sexually Transmitted Diseases at Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia and Puskesmas Kalibawang, Kulon Progo District. There was a total of 59 participants took part in the programme; 33 ... Read More
10 April – 30 September 2017 – “The Apprentice” is one of the most anticipated modules in the IMU Biomedical Science programme, as Semester 6 students are introduced to practical “hands-on experience” in a biomedical science-based industry for 12 weeks. Students may choose to have their attachments locally or in foreign countries, and even extend ... Read More
8 May 2017 to 30 June 2017 – Eight final year Biomedical Science students from International Medical University (IMU), Malaysia, Low Hwei Jean, Voon Khai Boon, Tai Shi Kin, Hoong Hui Yi, Claire Chong Khai Li, Choo Zhi Re, Sin Woei Chyi and Crystal Liew Xiao-Qi, had the opportunity to complete their 2 months’ attachment ... Read More
17 April 2017 – 28 April 2017 – A final year nursing student from the International Medical University (IMU), Lee Pei Khim had the opportunity to undergo her clinical attachment at Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH), Singapore as part of her Semester 8 elective module under the University’s Student Mobility Programme. At the hospital, she was assigned ... Read More
Three Semester 8 Dietetics with Nutrition students from International Medical University (IMU), Malaysia, Yap Thien Vern, Lim Wan Ying and Wong Wei Xiang, had the opportunity to undergo a 3-week attachment at a private hospital in Thailand. Here, the students share with us their experience during this attachment. “For us, food has always been an ... Read More
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