Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) is a five-year programme to equip students with knowledge in the basic medical sciences for first 2 years and 3 years exposure to clinical medicine. The home-grown medical programme at Taylor’s is an integrated problem-based curriculum with departmental clinical rotations in the clinical years.
During Phase I of the programme (Year 1 and 2), the curriculum covers basic medical sciences with introductory clinical exposure. Foundations in communication skills, medical ethics and community health will be spread across the phase. Students will also be introduced to medical research. Students will also be given the opportunity to select certain topics in the Special Study Modules (SSM) to allow them to explore subjects of their interest in more depth. In Phase II (Year 3, 4 and 5), students will go into different clinical rotations medicine, surgery, paediatrics, O&G, orthopaedics and others.
The MBBS Programme is designed to produce medical doctors who are:
- competent, highly-skilled and knowledgeable
- able to work with others in a team
- caring and concerned about their patients and society
- able to assume a leadership role
- willing to participate in continuing medical education and research in the future
The MBBS Programme consists of two phases:
Taylor’s University (Year 1 and 2)
Focuses on the basic knowledge of medical sciences with exposure to clinical medicine. Students will have access to specialised lab facilities and gain clinical exposure training at local hospitals.
Taylor’s University and selected hospital (Year 3 to 5)
Involves clinical rotations at hospitals where students will gain hands-on experience while working on patients. Students will also gain further insight into the fields of specialisation which may interest them.
All eligible candidates are required to attend an interview. The interview panel will comprise of the Dean of Taylor’s School of Medicine and representatives of the partner medical schools.
Prior to admission, students are required to undergo a medical examination to ensure they are in good health and free of transmissible diseases. They also need to comply with the immunisation and infection risk policy.
January & October
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Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus Contact Details
No. 1 Jalan Taylor’s,
47500 Subang Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
Phone: +6(03)5629 5000
Fax: +6(03)5629 5001