Studying medicine in Malaysia


Studying medicine in Malaysia 

Why study medicine in Malaysia?

There are many reasons why Malaysia is an attractive face for students who want to study medicine:
Low-cost tuition fees.
  • The cost of living is also very reasonable in Malaysia.
  • Universities in Malaysia are accredited by many international academic and medical bodies, which makes Malaysia ranked eleventh in the world among the countries of choice to study medicine.
  • Students easily obtain a work permit. During the study.
  • "Living for life" is the best choice for students. You will get a quality life in Malaysia.
  • Malaysia is a very safe country. It ranked 19th among the most peaceful countries in the world in 2011.
Admission documents
Below is a list of documents that students must submit:
  • Score register for stage 10 and 12
  • High school pass certificate
  • Academic recommendation letter
  • Submit a letter explaining the objectives of the study
  • Biography
  • Medical Fitness Certificate
Admission requirements and qualifications
The minimum academic qualifications required by the Malaysian Medical Council in order to obtain admission to study medicine.

Tuition fees
Below are the fees for some medical colleges in Malaysia, for example. (Fees are for the full duration of the study, in US dollars)
  • Usd International Medical University 97,235
  • Taylor Usd Taylor University 83,778
  • Perdana University 237,159
  • Monash and Neversetti Malaysia Usd Monash University Malaysia 107,907
  • University of Newcastle Medicine Malaysia 106,721
  • Allianze University College of Medical Sciences (AUCMS) 66,333
  • Penang Medical College 154,153

Medical studies programs and specialties in Malaysia

Medicine as a whole is very broad and multidisciplinary. There are many departments within medicine and you will need years of training and experience before you are able to specialize in a particular field.
Here are some of the specialties within medicine in major hospitals:
  • Anesthesia
  • Internal medicine
  • Emergency medicine
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Orthopedic surgery
  • Pediatrics
  • Surgery
Upon completion of a degree in medicine, there will be a need to complete the residence, which is a 2-year training spread over six stages, four months for each stage completed in a different hospital or department, and after completion of the stay (practical training) the graduate will be eligible to work as a doctor.

Best Medical Schools:

  • International Medical University 
  • Taylor University   
  • Mel-aka-Manipal Medical College 
  • Penang Medical College  
  • Perdana University 
  • Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia 
  • IMU Clinical School 
  • Monash University Malaysia      
  • International Islamic University
  • Medical University of Vienna International Malaysia 
  • University Malaya Medical Center 

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