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Medicine is both a science and an art. It is the science of uncertainty coupled with the art of probability. In fact, medicine is not just a Science that can be taught, but an Art that has to be learnt. The journey through medical school is an exciting teaching-learning experience which involves acquisition of knowledge of human structure and function in health and disease, and the application of the same in a clinical setting using critical thinking and problem solving skills.

In the initial years of medical education, the science behind the intricate form and function of this magnificent engineering marvel of nature (that we call the human body) would be unraveled. The art of medicine is something that is acquired over a period of time, the learning of which starts at the portals of medical school and continues well after graduation. A career in medicine means lifelong learning and a lifetime of service towards the wellness of mankind. The process involves the subtle metamorphosis of the rather inexperienced and innocuous medical student into a compassionate, learned health professional with high standards of moral and ethical values, who cares about the communal health of the society, nation and the world.

The attributes of a “good doctor” have for long been discussed and debated. While the term may be difficult to define and the ultimate person fitting the description hard to find, what the public expects is a skillful diagnostician, competent in selecting and administering treatment, while being an effective communicator. Good doctors are also caring leaders and tireless team players in healthcare, with ethical emphasis, technological sophistication, strong self-discipline and professional proficiency. Proverbially, a good doctor ‘cures sometimes, relieves often and comforts always’. This age-old saying is applicable even today and may be relevant for all the years to come as doctors continue to champion the cause against disease, curing ailments, alleviating pain and offering physical and psychological consolation to patients.

The IMU with its unique partnership with world renowned Universities ensures the training of such doctors through its international benchmarking, high standards of academic quality, innovative curriculum and inculcation of strong social and ethical values.


Entry Requirement
To be eligible to apply into the IMU programme, students must have an acceptable pre-University qualification or a good science degree. In addition to academic ability, the IMU looks for excellence in co-curricular activities and good communication skills.

Minimum Grades for Eligibility to Apply
Please note that the grades required for admission into the respective programmes may be higher due to competitiveness of the admission exercises. The IMU reserves the right to change these admission requirements from time to time.

The Ministry of Higher Education stipulates that all students entering universities in Malaysia must sit for MUET regardless of having other English qualifications. International students are not required to sit for the MUET.
All registered students are required to take the IMU Diagnostic Language Test during the first and fourth semester.

 

Minimum Entry Requirements
 
EXAMINATIONS REQUIREMENTS
SCORE TYPE
A-Levels BBC in 3 science subjects / Mathematics Grade
STPM BBB in 3 science subjects / Mathematics Grade
Australian Matriculation 80% agregate or TER/UAI/ENTER/ATAR 85 in 3 science subjects / Mathematics Aggregate, TER,UAI, ENTER & ATAR
NCEA Level 3 70% Aggregate
Canadian Grade 12/13 85% aggregate in 6 subjects Aggregate
Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) B4 in 5 subjects (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Additional Mathematics) Grade
Australian University Foundation Programmes 80% aggregate in 4 best subjects Aggregate
Indian Pre-University A score of not less than 80% in 3 science subjects and an average of not less than 85% in all subjects Aggregate
Ministry of Education Matriculation CGPA 3.50 (and attained 5 credit and 4B in Mathematics, Additional Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology/ another technical subjects at SPM/ O-Level) CGPA (out of 4)
International Baccalaureate (IB) 33 points (minimum 2 science subjects / Mathematics at Higher Level (HL) and 1 science subject at Standard Level (SL) with score not less than 5 in each subject) Points
American High School Diploma with Advanced Placement (AP) CGPA 3.50 (2 science subjects / Mathematics must be AP courses and must have a score not less than 4 in each subject) CGPA (out of 4)
Foundation CGPA 3.50 ** CGPA (out of 4)
Degree BSc (Hons) 2nd Class Upper / CGPA 3.30 Class & CGPA (out of 4)
Diploma in Science (UiTM) CGPA 3.50 CGPA (out of 4)
Diploma in Microbiology (UiTM) CGPA 3.50 CGPA (out of 4)
Diploma in Pharmacy, Diploma in Science, Diploma in related field CGPA 3.80 CGPA (out of 4)

Please refer to the University for any variation on entry requirement.
The IMU reserves the right to change these admission requirements from time to time.

English Language Requirement
Applicants are required to have this at the point of entry:
IELTS Overall band score of 6.5
Those who opt for overseas option must achieve an overall band score of 7.0

All registered students are required to take the IMU Diagnostic Language Test during the first semester.

Please refer to the University for any variation on entry requirement.

All qualifications should include 3 out of 4 science subjects (Biology, chemistry, Physics, Mathematics) at STPM / A-Levels / equivalent qualifications.
 
*Malaysian applicants shall have also attained a credit in Bahasa Malaysia and English at SPM or its equivalent.

**Applicable to students with Foundation in Science from KBU International College. These students can only apply into the IMU local programmes and MPharm programme only. They would not be able to apply to all credit transfer options. Additionally, foundation in science qualifications from other colleges and universities will be considered on a case by case basis for admission into medicine, dentistry and pharmacy programme. Please contact IMU for more details and before embarking on any foundation in science programmes.”

 
     
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