In this research-based programme, students are actively engaged in bidirectional translational medicine. The programme emphasises on the study that either brings the current issues from patients and medical care to the laboratory settings, or takes scientific discoveries made in the laboratory or the clinic and transforms them into new treatments and approaches to improve health and medical care in the community.
Along with the supervisory guidance, students identify the research question within the scope of medical science and work independently on the research project. Students are required to complete one taught module – Clinical Research Methodology which is designed to prepare students for their competency in project planning and management, and also becoming ethically literate and socially responsible. To graduate, students must produce a thesis based on their original research and subsequently pass the thesis examination and viva voce.
January, March, June & September
3 Years (full-time)
4 Years (part-time)
A Master’s degree related to Medical Science
|Other Qualifications||Other qualifications that are equivalent to a Master’s degree or professional qualification related to the field of Medical Science and experience recognised by the University Senate|
TOEFL 550 (paper-based), 213 (computer-based), 80 (internet-based)
PTE Academic 50 overall (minimum 46 in each skill)
Cambridge English (First) 75+
Cambridge English (Advanced) Minimum 67
For International/Malaysian Applicants Medium of instruction of previous degree in English or Competence in English language and a TOEFL score of 600 or equivalent for candidates from universities in non-English speaking countries outside Malaysia
The following true copies of documents must be certified:
Minimum payment of RM700 (Enrolment Fee) or full payment (For those who only made payment for enrolment fee, balance of fees will be have to be paid before or on the orientation day)
Payment can be made online