Application is made online at MyBrain15 website. For further details, please refer to biasiswa.mohe.gov.my/MyBrain15/v2/
*Applicable to postgraduate students only.
Students can study these postgraduate programmes full-time or part-time via conventional or Open and Distance Learning (ODL) mode.
This mode of learning is conducted at the university campus where students will take part in all teaching and learning activities.
Open and Distance Learning (ODL)
Flexibility is key to Open and Distance Learning. It is a form of education where students are able to fit their studies around their current work and personal commitments. Open and Distance Learning students usually study at a learning environment of their choice while receiving all the support and services from the university, the same as the on-campus students. Programmes available in this mode are:
– MSc in Analytical & Pharmaceutical Chemistry
– MSc In Molecular Medicine
– MSc in Public Health
Open and Distance Learning programmes offer students the flexibility of studying from anywhere and at any time. It provides working professionals with the opportunity to earn a university degree without interrupting their career, allowing the student to plan and pace their own learning at their own time and learning environment that is most suitable for them. It also saves students from spending time travelling to the university, the costs of travelling to the university and the costs of staying near the university.
The rising expectations for healthcare quality and an increasing demand for advanced health services create more career opportunities for suitably trained healthcare professionals. The current advances in the healthcare settings reinforce the need for a better-qualified healthcare professionals to lead organisations, implement policy changes and manage information systems.
IMU’s specialised postgraduate programmes provide a platform for aspiring healthcare professionals to advance their skillsets in their professional practice and fast-forwarding their career trajectories.