Stay ahead of the curve with IMU.
At the School of Business and Technology, build your confidence to face the intricate world of digital healthcare, and rise to the challenge.
Welcome to a pioneering journey at the School of Business and Technology — where healthcare meets innovation, and leaders of the future are shaped.
Message from the Deputy Vice-Chancellor
Prof Dr Ian Martin Symonds
Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic, IMU
BMBS (Nottingham), MMedSci (Nottingham), DM (Nottingham), FRCOG (UK), FRANZCOG (Australia)
“Welcome to the School of Business and Technology, an exciting addition to IMU’s family of schools in 2024. As one of the founding schools under the new Faculty of Business and Social Sciences, we’re breaking new ground by uniting the disciplines of Business Administration, Healthcare Management, and Digital Health Technology for the very first time. Our aim is to nurture the future leaders of healthcare, equipping you with the skills to navigate the evolving landscape of digital health, and providing a clear path to a career in healthcare administration or healthcare entrepreneurship. We also offer a range of Master’s and Certificate programmes under the School of Postgraduate Studies, available both online and face-to-face, designed to enhance the skills of healthcare professionals already in the field. What sets our School apart is the seamless blend of talent from business, management, information analytics, and digital technology with a unique focus on healthcare. This results in a diverse and interdisciplinary community, capable of tackling crucial issues at the intersection of digital technology and healthcare. At IMU, we offer the unique opportunity to immerse yourself fully in a vibrant healthcare community while gaining hands-on experience in applied IT in healthcare. Your journey here is a combination of innovation and empowerment, and we can’t wait to see where it takes you.”
Views from Our Community
Lim Xin Tze
Student of Digital Health
One aspect of the Digital Health course I value highly is the opportunity for early exposure to industry professionals. For instance, my class had the privilege of having speakers from the National Institutes of Health Malaysia share their knowledge and experiences. These lectures provided valuable insights into the potential opportunities that await us upon completing the Digital Health programme. The exposure to industry professionals in the early stages has been invaluable in helping us better understand the practical applications of Digital Health. We have gained a deeper appreciation for the scope of the field and the potential impact it can have on the healthcare industry.
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