MBBS IN Malaysia
Malaysia is a federal constitutional monarchy in Southeast Asia. It consists of 13 states and 13 federal territories and has a total landmass of 329,847 square kilometres (127,350 sq mi) separated by the South China Sea into two similarly sized regions.
The capital city of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur, while Putrajaya is the seat of the federal
government. It has been a destination for students from Asia pacific to study medicine.
Why to study MBBS in Malaysia?
• Most Preferred Location to Study Medicine.
• Language Spoken English.
• Pleasant Climate throughout the year.
• Most of the faculty is Indian.
• Indian Cuisines : Veg & Non Veg Available
• Globally Recognized by WHO, MCI.
• Rated in World BEST UNIVERSITY.
• Direct Flight from Delhi & Lucknow.
• Training in South Asia Biggest Hospital GHKL & SUNGAI BULOH.
TOP UNIVERSITIES IN Malaysia
• MAHSA University
The MAHSA Medical Faculty offers its students the best of modern and traditional subject based . curriculum that is both pragmatic and innovative approach.
At MAHSA, the university maintains an optimum teacher : student ratio of about 1:5. The faculty members are handpicked from the local and international pool of highly experienced teachers, many having done more than 30 years of teaching. Their teaching is further enhanced by modern facilities featuring ulta-modern wet and dry anatomy, CAL and integrated digital labs to support e-learning as well as a conventional-cum-virtual library.
MAHSA has established affiliation with many international universities and its programme has links with those universities. Students from MAHSA University are encouraged to spend time overseas for their elective programmes.
MBBS – Programme
Phase 1 – Pre-Clinical
The MBBS programmee at MAHSA is a 5-year programme which is conducted entirely at MAHSA University, Jalan University Campus (Phase I, the first 2 years consisting of 4 semesters) and at Hospital Kuala Lumpur (Phase II, the final 3 years consisting of 6 semesters).
Phase 2 – Clinical Programme
Upon completion of Phase 1, the students proceed to Phase 2 of the programee.
Phase 2 is the Clerkship Phase (Years 3-5) which comprises rotating clinical postings.