Our heartfelt appreciation for the warm and generous wishes on our 25th anniversary celebrations.
|Professor Sir Ian Diamond Principal and Vice-Chancellor University of Aberdeen
The University of Aberdeen is immensely proud to have been one of five original partner medical schools with the International Medical College in 1992. Our shared graduates shine a light on the power of this collaboration: caring for patients; undertaking community work; achieving academic distinction; and some even learning to wear the kilt!
We send heartfelt congratulations and thanks to IMU. We value the ongoing influences to our curricula, the friendships and the significant benefits that come from being part of the unique worldwide network of IMU partners. We are excited for the possibilities of the next 25 years.
|Professor Alastair Burt Executive Dean, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences The University of Adelaide
|The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences of the University of Adelaide has a long-standing collaboration with the International Medical University (IMU) which started back in 2009. This relationship is held in high regard and it is with my warmest wishes that I congratulate all staff and students of the IMU, past and present, on this 25th anniversary. We look forward to continuing this key partnership which welcomes students into our Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery/Bachelor of Dental Surgery degrees. I commend the IMU for your innovative approaches to clinical education which seek to develop not only the very best healthcare practitioners but also the next generation of clinical leaders.
|Professor Haymo Thiel Principal Anglo-European College of Chiropractic
|My staff and I at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic would like to extend our best wishes and congratulations to your 25th Anniversary. This is a major milestone that your fantastic institution has reached and we at the AECC are very proud of our association with your University. Your students are a pleasure to teach and are a real testimony to the high level of education and training they have received before they come to join us. Enjoy your silver jubilee celebrations and related events!
|Professor Brian Schmidt Vice-Chancellor Australian National University
|On behalf of ANU, it gives me great pleasure to add our voice in celebration of the International Medical University, and to congratulate the institution on its 25th Anniversary. Over its 25 years, IMU has grown to be an impressive provider of an education in medical and health sciences in South East Asia. It has given Malaysia the opportunity to educate its own doctors, and its students are also able to gain valuable experience at partner universities abroad through its programmes. ANU is proud to be a partner of this university since 2009 and 26 students have graduated since the commencement of the partnership.
|Dr Richard Florizone President and Vice-Chancellor Dalhousie University
|Congratulations to the International Medical University (IMU) on your 25th anniversary. It is a major achievement to develop and grow a university focused on health. As one of your partner institutions, we are delighted that your silver anniversary will see dental students from IMU join our Faculty of Dentistry at Dalhousie University to complement the existing and very successful training programme for medical students shared between our universities. Next year, Dalhousie University will celebrate its 200th anniversary. As we both look towards future, we wish the IMU long and successful prospects as an international leader in health education.
|Professor Sir Pete Downes Principal & Vice-Chancellor University of Dundee
|I would like to offer my personal and warm congratulations to IMU on its 25th anniversary. The link between the Medical School at the University of Dundee was established at the inception of IMU and has grown stronger over the years. We are very proud of the medical graduates from Dundee who have started their studies in the IMU; they are a credit to both institutions and are an excellent example of the benefits of international partnerships in education. We look forward to developing our relationship with IMU further over the next decade and to develop excellence and innovation in medical education. We are delighted that our Dean of Medicine, Prof Gary Mires currently serves as Vice-Chair of the IMU Academic Council.
|Professor Sir Timothy O’Shea Principal and Vice-Chancellor University of Edinburgh
|Congratulations on your Silver Jubilee from the University of Edinburgh It gives me great pleasure, as Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh, to send warm congratulations to colleagues at International Medical University on the occasion of your silver jubilee. The University of Edinburgh enjoys an active and enduring partnership in medical education with IMU. Since 2011, nearly 100 medical students have transferred from IMU to join the Edinburgh undergraduate programme in clinical medicine, building a strong community of IMU/Edinburgh alumni in Malaysia that will contribute significantly to your jubilee theme “Better Health, Better Society”. Once again, warm congratulations on 25 years of achievement by your esteemed university and we look forward to future success and partnership between our respective institutions.
|Professor Dame Anna Dominiczak Vice Principal and Head of College College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences University of Glasgow
|On behalf of the Medical School at the University of Glasgow, I am delighted to congratulate the International Medical University on the auspicious occasion of its Silver Jubilee. Our educational partnership with IMU is a source of great pride for us, and we look forward to many more years of fruitful partnership with an institution which shares our commitment to excellence and our vision of better health and better society.
|Professor Pól Ó Dochartaigh Registrar & Deputy President NUI Galway
|On behalf of the National University of Ireland Galway, may I congratulate all of our friends – staff and students alike – at the International Medical University on your silver jubilee celebrations. This is an important milestone in the development of IMU from its establishment in 1992 as the IMC, to its current status as one of the foremost private medical universities in the South East Asian region. NUI Galway, as one of IMU’s original partner medical schools, has been privileged to share this exciting journey and we have taken pride in providing a high quality clinical education to many IMU transfer medical students over the years. Congratulations on the many accomplishments and successes in your first 25 years of existence, and for refining your innovative model of a truly trans-national outcome-based medical education. We wish you particular success as you progress ambitious plans for your own Academic Health Centre in Kuala Lumpur. NUI Galway looks forward to even closer cooperation with IMU as educational and research partners in the future. We can both look ahead with considerable optimism and a shared commitment to excellence.
|Sir Alan Langlands Vice-Chancellor University of Leeds
|The University of Leeds sends warm good wishes to IMU on its silver jubilee. We are very proud to have been a partner Medical School for the last fifteen years and we value this relationship very highly. During this time, many IMU students have graduated from our medical course. These talented young people have enriched our course and contributed to the vibrant culture that exists in the School of Medicine at Leeds. The partnership we have with IMU emphasises the importance we attach to cultural diversity; and enhances academic and professional life here in the UK. We congratulate all students and staff at IMU on their achievements over a quarter of a century of academic excellence and look forward to continued collaboration for many years to come.
|Professor Vikram Jha Professor of Medical Education University of Liverpool
|It is with great pleasure that I extend my congratulations to the IMU for its 25th anniversary. Liverpool Medical School has been a partner to the truly innovative international collaboration between the IMU and partner medical schools from the start, and I have been constantly impressed by the quality of students who come to us from the IMU. Our collaboration has survived several political and financial challenges over the years and I look forward to a continuing relationship in the years to come.
|Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell President & Vice-Chancellor University of Manchester
|The University of Manchester is proud to have collaborated with International Medical University for over 20 years, working together to educate generations of medical students. We send our heartfelt congratulations on the occasion of your 25th Anniversary.
|Professor Caroline McMillen Vice-Chancellor and President University of Newcastle
|On behalf of the University of Newcastle, Australia, I am delighted to send the International Medical University our best wishes on the occasion of your 25th anniversary.The University of Newcastle has been a proud Partner Medical University to IMU since 2003, delivering international exchange opportunities within the Bachelor of Medicine each year that have enriched the programme for local students. We look forward to many years of productive collaboration as we move into a new era of medical education with the Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine (MD).
|Professor Ian Jacobs President and Vice-Chancellor UNSW Sydney
|Congratulations to the International Medical University on your 25th anniversary! UNSW Sydney greatly values our partnership with IMU, and looks forward to working together to advance medical education and healthcare in both our nations. We wish IMU continued growth and success.
|Professor Sir David Greenaway Vice-Chancellor University of Nottingham
|On behalf of the University of Nottingham in China, Malaysia and the UK, I would like to congratulate IMU on its 25th Anniversary. You celebrate this significant milestone with your 10,000th member of the alumni community who, I am sure, are making a real impact on the lives of those people they come into contact with. As you celebrate your 25th Anniversary, the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus is approaching its 20th Anniversary. I hope our two Institutions continue to provide significant benefits to higher education in Malaysia for many years to come. Enjoy your celebratory year!
|Professor Harlene Hayne Vice-Chancellor University of Otago
|Tēnā koutou katoa – On behalf of the entire University of Otago, I offer you our warmest of congratulations as you celebrate your esteemed institution’s 25th anniversary.The partnership between our two universities is an important one, one which has afforded many positives for mutual learning and development for our respective students. We look forward to building on our already strong, co-operative relationship with your university – one which will bring our countries closer together and foster innovative and exciting collaborations between our two nations for many years to come.
|Professor David Sadler Vice Principal International Queen Mary University of London
|We would like to extend our warmest wishes and congratulations to our colleagues and friends at IMU on their 25th anniversary, and to acknowledge their achievements in the provision of quality medical and healthcare education. IMU graduates are excellent ambassadors for the University and are serving society, both locally and internationally, in driving forward better health. We wish the IMU alumni community every success for their future. We at Queen Mary University of London are proud of our association with them and look forward to the continuation of this successful partnership.
|Professor Patrick G Johnston President and Vice-Chancellor Queen’s University Belfast
|Queen’s University Belfast is delighted to send best wishes to the International Medical University in Malaysia as it celebrates it 25th Anniversary. Our School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences is proud to have worked with the IMU over many years, with IMU students coming to Belfast to complete their undergraduate medical training at Queen’s.We look forward to a continued strong working relationship with IMU over many years to come and send our best wishes to all staff and students at IMU for your silver jubilee celebrations. With many congratulations and best wishes!
|Mr Martin Bean CBE Vice-Chancellor and President RMIT University
|Congratulations on the 25th anniversary of the founding of International Medical University, Malaysia. RMIT University and International Medical University have benefited from a strong collaborative relationship over the past 10 years and we look forward to continuing this tradition. Our partnership has been grounded by a positive flow of students between our two universities. We are proud to have had 22 students transfer to our Bachelor of Health Science/Applied Science Chiropractic and Chinese Medicine programmes. We look forward to continued engagement to ensure that we may continue to build on the breadth and depth of our partnership.
|Professor Peter J Coloe Pro Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President College of Science, Engineering and Health RMIT University
|Our two institutions share the common interest in offering more efficacious, safer, higher quality and more affordable healthcare to meet the international health challenges such as the escalating burden of chronic diseases. The partnership commenced more than a decade ago, regular and high level exchanges between the two global institutions of higher education have played a crucial role in strengthening this collaboration over time. Our common approaches in ensuring access to a broader range of healthcare options including Chinese Medicine and Chiropractic through evidence-based healthcare education and research has enabled the ongoing development and growth of this important partnership. I would like to offer RMIT University’s congratulations to IMU for 25 years of outstanding academic development, the strength of its international partnerships, and its significant contributions to healthcare development internationally.
|Professor Dr Xu Jianguang President Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
|As a long-term partner of IMU, we feel honored and privileged to have the opportunity to join IMU in developing and promoting Traditional Chinese Medicine in Malaysia. We admire your commitment to excellence in medical education and triumphs in improving medical quality and standard. With gratitude and appreciation, and on behalf of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, I would like to congratulate IMU on its 25 years of success and I look forward to another 25 years of fruitful collaboration with IMU.
|Professor Iain T Cameron Dean Faculty of Medicine University of Southampton
|Congratulations and warm wishes from your colleagues and friends at the University of Southampton. It has been a pleasure to work closely with you and to see the International Medical University go from strength to strength in delivering high quality medical education that’s needed to equip our graduates to thrive in rapidly-changing healthcare systems. We wish you every success for your 25th Anniversary Homecoming with its fitting theme “Better Health, Better Society” – and we look forward to continuing our collaboration with you for many years to come.
|Professor Julie Lydon OBE Vice-Chancellor University of South Wales
|It is a pleasure for me as Vice-Chancellor of the University of South Wales to extend warmest congratulations to the International Medical University on the occasion of your 25th Anniversary. We have a Memorandum of Cooperation in place enabling students from IMU to progress to study Chiropractic studies at our campus in South Wales. We are very proud of our partnership and hope that it will continue for many years. Like USW, IMU is committed to creating unique opportunities for students and to making a difference to their lives. On behalf of all of us at the University, many congratulations!
|Professor Peter Rathjen Vice-Chancellor University of Tasmania
|The University of Tasmania extends its sincere congratulations on the occasion of the International Medical University’s 25th Anniversary. Founded on a visionary model of internationalised curriculum in 1992, IMU continues to produce graduates who are prepared for life and careers in the globalised society of the twenty-first century. These graduates build Malaysia’s capacity to address the complex challenges in health delivery and research locally, nationally and internationally. The University of Tasmania is proud to be part of the global network of partners associated with IMU and looks forward to celebrating the next 25 years of IMU’s success.
|Professor Stuart Croft Vice-Chancellor and President The University of Warwick
|We congratulate IMU on what they have achieved over their first 25 years and on the unique international collaborations they have forged to achieve this. IMU students are now a firm part of the Warwick landscape and we hope to continue to work closely with IMU for the benefit of those who have and will transfer, for the benefit of both IMU and Warwick Medical School.
|Professor Sudhesh Kumar Dean, Warwick Medical School University of Warwick
|I am delighted to offer warmest congratulations on behalf of the Warwick Medical School to the International Medical University on your 25th anniversary, a true landmark and a remarkable achievement. We value our successful partnership with IMU and I wish you every success. Your chosen theme of “Better Health, Better Society” should produce a topical and exciting series of year-long events and I wish you every success with them.
|Professor Barney Glover Vice-Chancellor and President Western Sydney University
|On behalf of Western Sydney University, I am delighted to congratulate the International Medical University (IMU) on their 25th Anniversary. Our proud association with the IMU has been instrumental in creating medical education opportunities for our students, with many graduating to take up important medical roles in Malaysia and Australia. Western Sydney University is pleased to welcome our first IMU alumnus, Dr Renuka Shanmugalingham, to our PhD programme. Western Sydney University looks forward to further strengthening our partnership with the IMU and we offer our warmest congratulations on your silver jubilee.
The model IMU is developing for the IMU Hospital will create a new paradigm for Malaysian healthcare and I have no doubt that it will be very successful. IMU have always travelled the innovative pathway and as evidenced by its 25 years celebration, IMU has been successful. Congratulations! Prof Justin Beilby, Vice-Chancellor Torrens University Australia
Warmest congratulations to IMU for your 25th Anniversary. It has been a great success story and a credit to all involved. I remember my association with IMU with warmth and pride. Prof Richard Larkins AO Chancellor La Trobe University
Multiple congratulations to IMU for celebrating its 25 years as the most successful private medical university in Malaysia and the region! I wish you and your team all the best and congratulations on a really wonderful achievement. I feel very honoured to have been involved in establishing the dental programme and I hope it continues to thrive and expand into a world leading programme for the 21st century. Prof Gregory Seymour Former Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry and Professor of Periodontology University of Otago
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