January 10, 2019



                       WHY STUDY MBBS AT AIMST ?

  • AIMST University pledges to provide the best array of services and facilities to meet the discerning needs of our students. We have a range of specialist services ready to help and support them during their time with us. Our Student Affairs Officers will assist students in making arrangements for accommodation, transportation and even help to organise extracurricular activities for them. We also have a team of professionally trained Student Counsellors who are ever willing to assist students in handling any personal difficulties or problems. Students who require financial assistance may also contact the Student Affairs Division.
  • Diligent Security Officers help to ensure the safety of our students while healthcare needs can be met at the Student Health Clinic. Above all these, we have a strong team of support staff to ensure efficient and up-to-date learning facilities such as computer laboratories and a fast-growing library of books, journals and other resources for information retrieval. Our International Office is a one-stop centre catering to enquiries from international students, as AIMST University opens its door to students from the region and the rest of the world. With the services and facilities provided, we hope to create a cosy home-away-from-home environment for all our students and to provide the right atmosphere so that they can experience a lively, exciting and productive university life.

                                   PROGRAMME INTRODUCTION (MBBS)

The AIMST University medical programme is modern and innovative. It is modeled on the clinically integrated curriculum followed by major medical schools in the United Kingdom and also incorporates local requirements stipulated by the Malaysian Medical Council. The 5-year programme is conducted entirely within the State.

                                       PROGRAMME OUTLINE:


  • The first year programme features intergrated teaching of molecular and cellular basis of medicine society and health. Biostatistics and ethics in medicine coupled with a short interface with the hospital, students are to complete a Self Study Module, choosing from a selected list of subject-specific topics, or a non-assigned topic. Primary care interphase for 2 weeks


  • Year 2 is dedicated to systems and is divided into 2 blocks – systems term 1 covering the cardiovascular, respiratory and gastrointestinal systems. Systems term 2 covers central nervous system, endocrine, reproductive system and renal system and haematology. Problem based learning (PBL) forms an integral part of the block. Clinical skill learning for various systems is is carried out in the hospital environment for 3 weeks, which constitutes the First Clinical Attachement. They are expected to complete the requisite Self Study Module of phase 1 before they progress into year 3.


  • Year 3 covers Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Pediatrics, Forensic Medicine, Psychiatry and Orthopeadics. Year 3 also has a co-curricular module wherein students engage themselves in varied activities like sports, literary projects, ethics, environmental awareness etc and they are assessed.


  • During these years of junior clerkship, students will be actively engaged in Problem Based Learning sessions, symposia, clinical classes and self-directed learning.


  • Year 5 is designed as senior clerkship wherein the students will consolidate the knowledge gained in year 3 and 4. The students will revisit and strengthen the skills in all the four major areas: Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Orthopaedics, Phychiatry, Family medicine and Pediatrics. This phase is designed to further develop their personal and cognitive skills to prepare them for the pursuit of lifelong learning and adaptation to change, as well as to enhance their analytical and communication skills.
    Towards this end, there is much student focus on Problem Solving Exercises (PSE)/Problem Based Learning, CME (continuing medical education) and group discussion / peer review. Students will learn the management aspects as well. Students also have to complete a final Self Study Module to meet the course requirement.

                                     CAREER OPTIONS

With the launching of the National Biotech Policy & Bionexus in April 2005, job opportunities in biotechnology are set to escalate continuosly. Graduates will have excellent career opportunities in areas as diverse as the agricultural, medical, pharmaceutical, environmental and the food and manufacturing industries such as in:

Career openings include:

  • General Health Practice
  • Specialist Practice
  • University Teaching & Research


  • MOHE
  • Only Private University conducting MBBS with use of cadavers for dissection.
  • Accredited by MQA
  • Recognised by the Medical Council of India
  • Recognised by the Medical Council of Thailand


1ST year : 65,200 RM (11,08,400 INR)

2ND year : 70,200 RM( 11,93,400 INR)

3RD year : 72,750 RM ( 12,36,750 INR)

4TH year : 77,750 RM ( 13,21,750 INR)

5TH year : 82,750 RM ( 14,06,750 INR)

TOTAL FEES : 369,000 RM ( 62,73,000 INR )

Hostel and Food : 10000 to 15000/- INR/ MONTH

Here 1 RM = 17 Rupees is counted

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