Candidates interested in the academic programmes are advised to ensure that they meet the entry requirements of the programme before they submit their application form.
More information on programmes can be obtained here.
Application form can be downloaded here and for the postgraduate programme application and research proposal template can be downloaded here. Completed application form along with the supporting documents can also be sent by email to [email protected] Application is open throughout the year, but the intake will be as follows:
|Foundation in Science||April, July & September|
|Medical Degree Programme in collaboration with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland||September|
|Doctor of Medicine Programme||September|
|Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy (Honours)||April and September|
|Postgraduate Diploma in Bioinformatics||January and September|
|Master of Science (MSc) Bioinformatics – By Research||January, May and September|
|Master in Science (MSc) Public Health||January|
|Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) – By Research||January, May and September|
We differ from other medical schools by awarding the degrees of Bachelor of Medicine (MB), Bachelor of Surgery (BCh) and Bachelor of the Art of Obstetrics (BAO) from the National University of Ireland, as well as the licentiate diploma of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (LRCP&SI). These qualifications are recognised by the Malaysian and Irish regulatory bodies, and are held in high esteem in Europe and around the world.
During our 5-year programme students will acquire the knowledge and skills required to deliver, under supervision, the highest level of safe patient care, and will be able to communicate and interact effectively with patients and colleagues. Students will also develop the confidence required to become future leaders of Malaysian healthcare.
We seek bright, talented young people who are passionate about studying medicine, who will always put patients first, who are adaptable and prepared to devote themselves fully to our caring profession and strongly committed to lifelong learning.
Professor Michael Larvin
Dean, Perdana University – Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland