Master of Pharmacy Practice
The Master of Pharmacy Practice (MPP) Postgraduate degree programme provides an opportunity for the pharmacy graduates to address their training needs as a modern primary care pharmacist. The MPP programme offered by IMU is unique and the first of its kind offered by a Malaysian private institution to local as well as international students.
There will be three specialisations in Pharmacy Practice namely,
• Clinical Pharmacy
• Social & Administrative Pharmacy
• Pharmacy Management
This master degree programme will better equip the graduates with the fundamental knowledge and skills to enhance their career opportunities as a clinical or consultant pharmacist in the field of Clinical Pharmacy or Social & Administrative Pharmacy or Pharmacy management. This course is just perfect for those pharmacists looking to create an impact on their professional practice and take the next step in their careers – whilst continuing to work.
WHY STUDY PHARMACY PRACTICE AT IMU?
An Established Private Healthcare University
IMU is Malaysia’s first and most established private medical and healthcare university with over 23 years of dedicated focus in healthcare education. IMU offers a range of postgraduate programmes in a number of subject areas related to health and healthcare. Postgraduate degrees are completed solely by a research-based thesis, or by a combination of coursework and a research-based thesis.
Renowned and Highly Experienced Faculty
Students are taught and supervised by experts with well-established reputations. The academic community of IMU pursues excellence in a wide range of research activity. Many faculty members present their findings in international conferences to keep up to date with developments in specialised areas. They also publish their findings in international peer-reviewed journals.
Students benefit from the University’s research collaborations with various local and foreign institutions in areas such as cancer, bioactive molecules, nutrition and environmental health. Close links in clinical research have been established with Malaysian Ministry of Health hospitals such as Hospital Tuanku Ja’afar.
The Master of Pharmacy Practice (MPP) degree programme offered by IMU is unique because areas of specialisation are offered, namely Clinical Pharmacy, Social & Administrative Pharmacy and Pharmacy Management. The choice of specialisation is based on the candidate’s preferences, their career needs and aspirations. Learning can be immediately applied, and if this is done regularly, creates a virtuous, enriching cycle of learning and continuing development.
A Flexible Schedule
The schedule allows pharmacists to continue working while undertaking a flexible schedule of campus-based classes and experiential learning, with online support and contact with tutors when needed.
The programme is offered in a blended mode, which means that you can undertake much of the study online, with some weekend on-campus sessions to attend face to face teaching and learning sessions. The online platform of IMU will allow you to access all the contents online. The face to face teaching and learning sessions will be scheduled on weekends to allow the working pharmacists to continue their job/practice and complete the master’s degree.
* Optional Modules
Social & Administrative Pharmacy
* Optional Modules
* Optional Modules
A. ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS
B. ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
||The Standard English Proficiency requirements for IMU programmes are usually, overall band scores of IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550 (PBT) or 79 (IBT), TOEIC 620, Pearson 55 (PTE), Cambridge 45 (CPE) or 52 (CAE) or MUET band 4 or any other recognised English language qualification. IMU also admits international students from countries in which English is the first language or from any Malaysian or international institutions where the curriculum is conducted fully in English.All students at entry who do not have proof of any of the above recognised competencies in the English language will be required to sit for an English Placement Test to assess their language competency. If any of the students fail the English Placement Test then they will be required to attend a course on Academic Writing. The English Placement Test and the Academic Writing Module are offered at a cost.|
APPLICATION & REGISTRATION FEES
|Malaysian Student (RM)||International Student (RM)|
|Refundable Caution Deposit||2,000||2,000|
|Student Association Fee per Semester||40||40|
- Effective 2016, there will be a 15% reduction in postgraduate tuition fees for all IMU alumni who are self-funding their postgraduate study and meet the eligibility criteria.
- Application fee is payable upon submission of application.
- Registration fee and refundable caution deposit is payable upon acceptance of the offer letter issued by the IMU Admissions Office.
- Students must adhere to the “Policy on Payment of Fees“.
- For information on Student Visa Application fee, please check the “Visas & Immigration“
Anil Tumkur Mruthyunjaya
- Conducting of clinical trial
- Linguistic validation of quality of life instruments
- Pharmacoeconomic evaluations – Quality adjusted Life years
- Patient reported outcomes
- Design and Evaluation of Pharmaceutical Pictograms
- Self-care for heart failure patients.
- Evaluation of self-reported medication adherence and its associated factors among epilepsy patients in Hospital Kuala Lumpur N Molugulu, KS Gubbiyappa, CRV Murthy, L Lumae, AT Mruthyunjaya Journal of Basic and Clinical Pharmacy 2016;7(4):105
- Usage of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors and angiotensin receptor blockers in diabetic hypertensive patients-A Review A Tumkur, CTW Yee, ELC Yee, FS Sheng, TS Ern Manipal Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2016; 2(1):3-10
- Study of Premenstrual Syndrome Among Future Healthcare Professionals In Masterskill Global College N Molugulu, A Tumkur, KC Nilugal International journal of pharmacy and pharmaceutical scienes 2016;8(2):66-71
- Pharmaceutical Waste Management An Overview A Kadam, S Patil, S Patil, A Tumkur Indian Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2016;9(1):3
- Humanistic and Economic outcomes among patients receiving Percutaneous Intervention PM Muragundi, AM Tumkur, R Shetty, N Udupa, AN Nagappa Value in Health 2016;3(18):A43
- Health professions education: skills instruction & assessment
- Medication safety
- Lee SW, Chong CS, Chong DW. Identifying and addressing drug-related problems in nursing homes: An unmet need in Malaysia? Int J Clin Pract. 2016;70(6):512.
- Lee SW, Lai NM, Chaiyakunapruk N, Chong DW. Adverse effects of herbal or dietary supplements in G6PD deficiency: A systematic review Br J Clin Pharmacol. 2017;83(1):172-179.
- Hasan SS, Teh KM, Ahmed SI, Chong DW, Ong HC, Naina B. Quality of life (QoL) and International Normalized Ratio (INR) control of patients attending anticoagulation clinics. Public Health. 2015;129(7):954-962.
- Hasan SS, Shamala R, Syed IA, Basariah N, Chong DW, Mei TK, Chin OH.Factors affecting warfarin-related knowledge and INR control of patients attending physician- and pharmacist-managed anticoagulation clinics. J Pharm Pract. 2011;24(5):485-493.
- Syed Shahzad Hasan, Pei Se Wong, Syed Imran Ahmed, David Weng Kwai Chong, Chun Wai Mai, Peter Pook, Therese Kairuz, Perceived impact of clinical placements on students’ preparedness to provide patient-centered care in Malaysia, Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 2013 (5) 303-310.
Juman Abdulelah Ali Al-Dujaili
- Outcome-Based Research
- Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs)
- Pharmacoepidemiology and Public Health
- Observational Research
- Pharmacy Education
- Comparability of Interviewer-Administration versus Self-Administration of the Functional Assessment of Chronic Illness Therapy-Tuberculosis (FACIT-TB) Health-Related Quality of Life Questionnaire in Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients. Dujaili JA, Syed Sulaiman SA, Awaisu A, Hassali MA, Blebil, AQ, Bredle JM.Pulmonary Therapy. 2016:1-11.
- Health-related quality of life as a predictor of tuberculosis treatment outcomes in Iraq. Dujaili, JA, Syed Sulaiman, SA, Hassali, MA, Awaisu, A, Blebil, AQ & Bredle, JM 2015. International Journal of Infectious Diseases.2015: 31, 4-8.
- Development and Psychometric Properties of a Tuberculosis-Specific Multidimensional Health-Related Quality-of-Life Measure for Patients with Pulmonary Tuberculosis.Duajili, JA, Syed Sulaiman, SA, Hassali, MA, Blebil, AQ, Awaisu, A. & Bredle, JM 2015. Value in Health Regional Issues, 6, 53-59.
- Impact of additional counselling sessions through phone calls on smoking cessation outcomes among smokers in Penang State, Malaysia. Blebil, AQ, Sulaiman, SA, Hassali, M, Dujaili, JA & Zin, A. 2014.BMC Public Health, 14, 460.
- Outcomes of tuberculosis treatment: a retrospective cohort analysis of smoking versus non-smoking patients in Penang, Malaysia. Dujaili, JA, Syed Sulaiman, SA, Awaisu, A., Muttalif, A. & Blebil, A. 2011.Journal of Public Health, 19, 183-189.
Lo Yoke Lin
- Clinical pharmacy
- Clinical pharmacology
- Modeling and simulations
- Factors associated with abrupt discontinuation of dabigatran therapy in patients with atrial fibrillation in Malaysia SA Beshir, KH Chee, YL Lo International journal of clinical pharmacy 2016; 38 (5):1182-1190
- Rate and associated factors of novel oral anticoagulant-induced bleeding in patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation in a university affiliated hospital in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia S Beshir, S Sim, KH Chee, YL Lo Pharmacotherapy 2016; 36 (7):E84-E84
- Rapid and Simultaneous Quantification of Levetiracetam and Its Carboxylic Metabolite in Human Plasma by Liquid Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectrometry LL Yeap, YL Lo PloS one 2014;9(11):e111544
- Valproate‐induced reversible sensorineural hearing loss: a case report with serial audiometry and pharmacokinetic modelling during a valproate rechallenge LL Yeap, KS Lim, YL Lo, MZA Bakar, CT Tan Epileptic Disorders 2014; 16(3):375-379
- Slow carbamazepine clearance in a nonadherent Malay woman with epilepsy and thyrotoxicosis LL Yeap, KS Lim, CC Ng, AHP Khor, YL Lo Therapeutic drug monitoring 2014;36(1):3-9
Mari Kannan Maharajan
- Public Health and Patient safety
- Pharmacy Education
- Technology Enhanced Learning
- Prevention of communicable diseases
- Preclinical cardiovascular pharmacology
- Influence of Perceived Risk on Willingness to Pay for Diagnosis of Cardiovascular Diseases M Maharajan, K Rajiah, SK Num, WY NGU, SLH Ying, YC Yan, YS Lin Value in Health 2016;19 (7):A870
- Pharmacy students’ knowledge and perceptions about adverse drug reactions reporting and pharmacovigilance K Rajiah, MK Maharajan, S Nair Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal 2016;24(5):600-604,
- Ebola: Emergency preparedness and perceived response of Malaysian health care providers. K Rajiah, MK Maharajan, SZB Samsudin, CL Tan, ATY Pei, AW San Ying American Journal of Infection Control 2016; 44(12):1720-1722,
- Zika Virus Infection: Current Concerns and Perspectives MK Maharajan, A Ranjan, JF Chu, WL Foo, ZX Chai, EYY Lau, HM Ye, Clinical reviews in allergy & immunology, 2016;51:383.
- Cervical Cancer Prevention in Malaysia: Knowledge and Attitude of Undergraduate Pharmacy Students Towards Human Papillomavirus Infection, Screening and Vaccination in Malaysia MK Maharajan, K Rajiah, KNS Fang, LY Lui Journal of Cancer Education, 2015; 1-9
- Patient safety
- Drug safety and efficacy
- Medication adherence
- Prescription auditing
- Evaluation of attitude and perception of retail pharmacists towards patient safety. P Sivanandy, M Marikannan, WT Tyng, LT Wee, YL Chong. ISPOR- 7th Asia Pacific Conference- Value in Health, 2016; 19(7): A823.
- Case report on Diabetic Amyotrophy. P Sivanandy, R James. Indian Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2016; 9(3): 204-205.
- Current trends in the management of Ebola virus disease-an updated systematic Review. Palanisamy S, Shim HS, Ong YC, Dayalini R, et al. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease, 2016; 6(8): 589-595.
- Evaluation of patient safety culture among Malaysian retail pharmacists: results of a self-reported survey. Sivanandy P, Maharajan MK, Rajiah K, Wei TT, Loon TW, Yee LC. Patient Preference and Adherence, 2016; 10: 1317-1325.
- Microwave assisted synthesis and evaluation of some thiazole analogues as antitubercular agent. Sumathy A, Palanisamy S, Arathi KN, Karthik D, Srinivasan M. Asian Pacific Journal of Pharmacy and Phytochemistry. 2016; 1(01) :2-10.
- Patient safety
- Drug Utilisation Review
- Drug – food interactions
- Comparison of relevant safety information stated on OTC medications used for cough and cold in Malaysia SS Piyush. Mittal, Cheng Jiaxin Journal of Pharmaceutical Care & Health Systems 2015
- Hydromorphone (OROS): Its efficacy in acute and chronic pain RK Verma, P Mittal, A Barua, S Kumar Scientific Research and Essays 2013; 8(35):1676-1678
- A study on the role of vitamins and minerals supplementations in the treatment of tuberculosis SM A. K. Singh, J. B. Gogoi, N. C. Pant, P. Mittal, V. Juyal Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development 2013; 4(2)
- Drug-dietary interaction potential of garlic on glimepiride treated type 2 diabetic Wistar rats P Mittal, V Juyal Journal of Diabetology 2012; 3, 2
- Antibiotic resistance-A global issue of concern R Bisht, A Katiyar, R Singh, P Mittal. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research 2 (2), 34-39
Pravinkumar Vishwanath Ingle
- Pharmacy Education
- Clinical Research/study related to diabetes mellitus
- Public health and Patient safety
- Drug utilisation review
- Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs)
- Development and novel therapeutics in hepatocellular carcinoma: a review. Ingle PV, Samsudin SZ, Chan PQ, Ng MK, Heng LX, Yap SC, Chai ASH, Wong ASY Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management 2016;12:445—455
- A prospective Study on Adverse Drug Reactions from Pegylated Interferon Alfa-2a and Alfa-2b in Combination with Ribavirin in Hepatitis B and C. P. V. Ingle, S. D. Patil, S. A. Sharma*, P. H. Patil Journal of Pharmaceutical Research & Clinical Practice 2016; 6(1):1-6
- Study of rational prescribing and dispensing of prescriptions with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in orthopedic outpatient department. PV Ingle, PH Patil, V Lathi Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research 2015;8(4):278-281
- Anaemia as a Risk Factor for Maternal-Perinatal Complications and Pregnancy Outcomes in Pregnant Womens P. V. Ingle, S. D. Patil, *J. M. Patel, P. N. Dighore Journal of Pharmaceutical Research & Clinical Practice 2015;5(3):1-7
- Clinical Impact of Thyroid Dysfunction in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus. Pravin V Ingle*, Hetalben A Patel, P. N. Dighore, PH. Patil. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sciences 2015; 3(2):327-334
- Community pharmacy
- Technological intervention
- Software / mobile application development for the health care professionals
- Drug Interactions
- Clinical Trials
- Pharmacists’ knowledge and perception of topical antibacterial drug dispensing in community pharmacy setting in Kedah, Malaysia. Amirthalingam S, Verma RK, Appalasamy JR, Barura A, Yi KS. Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 2016 Apr 1;15(4):855-60.
- Topical Antibacterials and Global Challenges on Resistance Development. Amirthalingam S, Yi KS, Ching LT, Mun NY. Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 2015;14(5):919-24.
- Global Pathway, Current Condition and Challenges in the Management of Dengue. Amirthalingam S. Indian Journal of Clinical Practice. 2014;25(6).
- Sathish Amirthalingam. Ecstasy: Applications of Health Promotion Model And It’s Effectiveness in Socioeconomic Deprivation Area. Int J of Heath and Pharm Sci., 2014; 3(3): 1-7.
- Nandha K H, Amirthalingam S. Evaluation of the Effect of Mexiletine as a Promising New Drug for the Treatment of Progressive Alzheimer’s Disease Using Various Experimental Animal Models. Inventi Rapid: Molecular Pharmacology, 2013(2):1-5,2013.
Syed Imran Ahmed
- Public Health
- Health Professions’ Education
- Qualitative Methods (Phenomenological Approaches)
- Quantitative Designs including (Cross-sectional, Case-Control
- Psychological health and menopause-specific quality of life of Malaysian women with type 2 diabetes SS Hasan, K Thiruchelvam, SI Ahmed, AM Clavarino, AA Mamun, Asian Journal of Psychiatry 2016;23:56-63
- Beliefs and practices of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) among HIV/AIDS patients: A qualitative exploration. IA Syed, SAS Sulaiman, MA Hassali, K Thiruchelvam, SH Syed, CKC Lee. European Journal of Integrative Medicine 2016;8(1):41-47
- Adverse drug reactions and quality of life in HIV/AIDS patients: Advocacy on valuation and role of pharmacovigilance in developing countries. IA Syed, SAS Sulaiman, MA Hassali, CKC Lee HIV & AIDS Review 2015;14(1):28-30
- A qualitative insight of HIV/AIDS patients’ perspective on disease and disclosure IA Syed, S Sulaiman, S Azhar, MA Hassali, K Thiruchelvum, CKC Lee Health Expectations 2015; 18(6):2841-2852
- Factors associated with poor CD4 and viral load outcomes in patients with HIV/AIDS IA Syed, SAS Sulaiman, MA Hassali, SH Syed, LH Shan, CKC Lee Journal of Medical Virology
Syed Shahzad Hasan
- Promoting quality use of medicines
- Interventions to improve patient safety
- Conceptual foundations of pharmacy education and practice
- Quantitative synthesis
- Application of various techniques in meta-research
- Implementing professionalism by deprofessionalized strategies: A moral
Quandary K Ahmadi, SS Hasan. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2017;9 (1):9-11
- Residential Aged Care Medication Review to Improve the Quality of Medication
Use: A Systematic Review K Thiruchelvam, SS Hasan, PS Wong, T Kairuz. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association 2016
- Psychological health and menopause-specific quality of life of Malaysian women
with type 2 diabetes SS Hasan, K Thiruchelvam, SI Ahmed, AM Clavarino, AA Mamun. Asian Journal of Psychiatry 2016; 23:56-63
- Anxiety symptoms and the risk of diabetes mellitus in Australian women: evidence from 21-year follow-up. Hasan SS, Clavarino AM, Mamun AA, Kairuz T. Public Health 2016; 130:21-28.
- The global distribution of comorbid depression and anxiety in people with
diabetes mellitus: Risk-adjusted estimates. SS Hasan, AM Clavarino, AA Mamun, SAR Doi, T Kairuz. Archives of Pharmacy Practice 2016;7(3): 80
Wong Pei Se
- Elderly care
- Pharmacy Education and Pharmacy Career
- Asthma management
- Self-medication practices
- Babar MG, Hasan SS, Ooi YJ, Ahmed SI, Wong PS, Ahmad SF, Mnm-Rosdy NM, Malik NA. Perceived sources of stress among Malaysian dental students. Int J Med Educ. 2015 ; 2(6):56-61
- Saw PS, Nissen LM, Freeman C, Wong PS, Mak V. Health care consumers’ perspectives on pharmacist integration into private general practitioner clinics in Malaysia: a qualitative study. Patient Prefer Adherence. 2015 ;19 (9) :467-77 (IF: 1.676)
- Shazia Qasim Jamshed, Pei Se Wong, Heng Chin Yi, Gan Siaw Yun, Muhammad Umair Khan, Akram Ahmad. Self-medication practices among female students of higher educational institutions in Selangor, Malaysia: A quantitative insight. Journal of Pharmacy And Bioallied Sciences. Available here
- Exploring The Role Of Pharmacists In Private Primary Healthcare Clinics In Malaysia: The Views Of General Practitioners. Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research 2016 (In press)
- Thiruchelvam K, Hasan SS, Wong PS, Kairuz T. Residential Aged Care
Medication Review to Improve the Quality of Medication Use: A Systematic Review. JAMDA 2016 (in press)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
About the Course Structure
The specialisations are Clinical Pharmacy, Social & Administrative Pharmacy, and Pharmacy Management.
You may select any specialisation available, based on your interests or job requirements.
The programme is accredited by the MQA [MQA(S) 10/13 Jld.201(5) dated 10 January 2014(MQA/PA2796)] and the Malaysian Ministry of Education (MoE) [JPT/BPP (U)1000-801/2/Jld. 12(8) ]t.
The curriculum of MPP will be delivered through coursework (first 2 semesters) and a research project (Semester 3). The modules of each semester will be based on the respective specialisation. There are core modules and optional modules in each specialisation. The student needs to do minimum 20 credits from core and optional modules, before Semester 3. Students can opt for full-time (1.5 years) or part-time (up to 4 years) studies.
IMU has come out with an innovative idea of a blended learning mode for MPP. The contents of MPP programme will be delivered using blended mode delivery, i.e., online and face-to-face classes. In blended delivery, some face-to-face classes are replaced by online learning. Much of the MPP content is delivered this way, with the actual percentage varying between modules. This percentage is based on the suitability of the content and the type of learning activity planned.
Yes. Blended mode delivery has received MQA and MoE approval. [JPT/BPP (U) 1000-801/2/Jld. 12(8)].
All IMU students access information about their programme of study via the IMU e-learning portal, that contains course materials, timetable, module guide, etc..
A full-time student may complete the course in 1.5 years.
A part-time student may complete the course in 2 years minimum, and 4 years maximum.
Any extension of time may normally be granted on non-academic grounds, and only at the sole discretion of the Senate of IMU. However, the maximum duration to complete an MPP programme is 4 years.
Yes, you may change from full-time to part-time.
A part-time student can select the modules every semester, and need to pay the fees based on the number of modules selected in that semester. For a part-time candidate, the schedule for the fee payment is personalised, based on his or her selection of the modules in a semester. For the classes and coursework, they can refer to the MPP timetable, when teaching and learning activity is scheduled for his/her respective module and attend the sessions only for the modules they have selected. All the sessions will be on weekends only. They can complete the coursework during the semester and submit through the IMU eLearning system.
During the 3rd semester, the research can be carried out at your workplace with the help of your assigned research supervisor. The duration of research module is from minimum 6 months to maximum 2 years.
No. Current Malaysian immigration regulations specify that international students must undertake full-time study to be granted a visa.
There are 2-week breaks between semesters.
The coursework assessment can be one or a combination of assignments, case studies, critical reviews, presentations, and projects.
The examination components include written examinations in very few modules, projects and dissertation reports in Semester 3.
Much of the assessment is by coursework. Most modules in Semesters 1 and 2 are assessed this way. Semester 3 requires an assessment of a research dissertation.
You will submit your assignments through the University eLearning portal (virtual learning environment).
You will be provided a unique username and password for access.
All examinations are held at the Bukit Jalil campus.
Eligibility Criteria and Admission
A bachelor’s degree or its equivalent in pharmacy with a cGPA of 2.50 and above.
In some cases, a period of relevant working experience will also be considered in lieu of the CGPA requirement.
There is no age limit.
You are eligible to apply if you meet the requirements.
March and September
You may apply as a full-time or a part-time student. If you receive your PRP posting during your candidature, you may continue studying while working. If you feel you need more time to complete the coursework, you may opt for part-time candidature.
Apply as soon as possible, and confirm your acceptance of an offer by paying the registration fee.
If you are an international student it is preferable to apply at least 2 months before commencement of the programme (first intake January 2017) so that there is adequate time to process your student visa application.
For the January 2017 intake, it is preferable to apply by the first week of November 2016.
A 15% reduction in tuition fees is available to all IMU alumni.
You may also apply for the MyMaster or MyBrain scholarship. There is a possibility of receiving a scholarship of up to RM10,000.
In the past, several successful candidates have been granted this scholarship for some postgraduate programmes.
The application fee is RM150 for local students and RM450 for international students. This fee is payable upon application submission and is non-refundable.
The registration fee of RM1,100 for local students and RM3,400 for international students is payable upon acceptance of an offer and is non-refundable.
The tuition fee rates for full-and part-time candidature are the same. For a part-time candidate, the schedule for the fee payment is personalised, based on his or her selection of the modules in a semester.
Accommodation & Other Facilities
As an IMU postgraduate student, you may use all the teaching and learning facilities at our campus. Our library collections comprise both printed and online materials.
You may access the IMU Library online, and utilise a variety of online databases and e-journals that are accessible on-campus or off-campus via the Students’ Portal.
The Students’ Portal contains useful information such as class timetable, examination results, course registration information, the latest information on course materials and important announcements.
All students will be given an email account – IMU mail – to correspond with their lecturers. All course-related announcements will be sent to students via this email account.
Yes. Accommodation rentals are separate from MPP Programme fees.
ENQUIRIES? CONTACT US
Interested in applying for one of our programmes?
You will need to prepare the following documents for your application:
- Verified copies of your academic qualifications
- Evidence of English language proficiency
- A copy of your MyKad or the identification page of your passport
These supporting documents needs to be attached electronically to your application. Please note that all of our programmes require payment of a non-refundable application fee after the application has been submitted. Application will only be processed once the payment for application fee has been made.
We wish you all the best with your application, and hope we will be welcoming you into one of our programmes soon!
“The pharmacy profession is undergoing evolution worldwide, and modern day pharmacists extending their professional roles to meet the changing health care needs around the world. This Master’s programme can help pharmacy graduates to develop into an advanced practitioner, with enhanced leadership and research skills. The programme is offered in a blended mode, which means that you can continue in practise whilst undertaking postgraduate education.”
DR MARIKANNAN MAHARAJAN
Lecturer and Programme Director
BPharm (TNMMU), RPh, MPharm (AU), PhD (SASTRAU)