Taylor's School of Medicine aims to become a centre of excellence for research and comprehensive medical & health care education. This is achieved by adopting an education philosophy that embraces the best of both traditional and modern teaching approaches.
With its conducive environment as well as thoughtfully designed and implemented programmes, the school is well-positioned to be recognised by global stakeholders in the higher education sector. These elements work together, producing professionals who are competent in the practice of holistic medicine, for the benefit of the patients, their family, and the society.
Taylor’s Clinical School (TCS) in Sungai Buloh gives students practical training and experience, critical in the well-rounded development of medical students as they transform from practitioners into healers. TCS collaborates with Hospital Sungai Buloh, the national referral centre for Infectious Diseases and Neurosurgery. Taylor's University's connection with the hospital will continue to enhance stronger connection between academia and clinical practice in the areas of learning & teaching, practice and research. This ultimately grooms highly skilled and knowledgeable medical doctors with a heart for healing the sick and the dedication to elevate the medical profession as a whole.
The Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences at Taylor’s University was recently endorsed as a “Training Center of Excellence (CoE)” by the Asia-Pacific Economic Committee (APEC) Life Sciences Innovation Forum (LSIF) for “Global Supply Chain Integrity”. The faculty is the first APEC CoE in Malaysia, and the third institution in the world to receive this endorsement from APEC-LSIF. The first two institutions are based in the United States (US).
With regular outreach field trips to urban and rural communities, we instill compassion, social awareness and volunteerism into our medical students.
Our facilities and equipment are on par with the standards set by the Malaysian Medical Council and the Ministry of Higher Education.
Experience hands-on patient care in different countries , providing international exposure and experience to adapt in different situations.
Professional values and ethical practice are woven into the hearts of our students, and strengthened through early clinical training and hospital exposure.
A one-year programme that prepares students with practical skills through our well-equipped science laboratories and learning experience with various online tools.
Gain extensive knowledge in medical sciences and clinical skills, and be equipped for the latest practices and developments in the industry.
Pursue a Master's Degree covering a range of disciplines in health sciences. Shape the future in the aspects of society, technology, economy & environment.
Develop capabilities for research in medical industries & pursue a career pathway in biomedical research institutes, pharmaceutical industries & others.
With the move into a new lifestyle and emerging stress due to the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health issues have, in varying degrees, affected our lives. Dr. Sapna Shridhar Patil, Senior Lecturer from Taylor’s School of Medicine, shares with us why mental health must be prioritised among the urban poor and the role of doctors in educating themselves about the people around them.
Ever since he was 5 years old, Dr. Mahes Arvin Premananth had the noble intention most medical professionals possess — the desire to save the lives of people suffering. That’s what led him to pursue a medical degree at Taylor’s University.
Studying medicine is no easy feat. As an outgoing person who loves sunshine and sea breeze, Dr. Denise Zhang started her very own small running club while studying at Taylor’s University.
Find out how our medical students and their lecturers used 3D printing to replicate patient-specific hearts, easing pre-operative planning and the visualisation of heart defects.
Senior lecturer and neurosurgery specialist Dr Mohammad Jaweed shares how his volunteer experiences have shown him what it really takes to be a doctor and survive the career.
Students pursuing their medical or pharmacy degree at Taylor’s experience interprofessional collaborations within their curriculum, training them for real-life hospital settings.
Taylor's University offers our students with customisable education pathway to meet their unique learning profiles.
Student will able to get exclusive and personalised learning experiences as they progress in their education toward graduation.
Professor Dr. Lai Nai Ming, Director of Clinical Campus from the School of Medicine, shares with us the situation of Covid-19 in Malaysia and what it's like for medical students during these times of uncertainty.
Follow our alumni's journey as a student of Taylor's School of Medicine.
The new Taylor's Clinical School, located near Hospital Sungai Buloh, is a modern specialised campus. It focuses on student-centred learning, making it a conducive space for learning medicine in the 21st Century.LEARN MORE
Exhibits of various anatomy teaching collection and gross pathological specimens that are crucial to surgical pathology and hands-on approach with real anatomy specimens.
Purpose-built centre with standardised patients and computerized human models (mannequins) capable of simulating diseases, for hands-on experiences to practice and improve on basic clinical skills.
A state-of-the-art facility designed for a holistic practical experience on human physiology, biochemistry and microbiology at a molecular level.
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