KUCHING: International Medical College (IMC) is now enrolling students in its new class for the Nursing Diploma course.
Students who have completed their Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) with five credits – Bahasa Malaysia, Mathematics, Science and two other subjects – as well as an English pass are invited to register.
Qualified applicants can even benefit from full sponsorship for the three-year full-time program, which also includes accommodation, monthly stipend, and health care benefits.
In addition, employment is guaranteed for sponsored students. As IMC is part of IHH Healthcare Berhad, its graduates have the opportunity to work in the IHH group of hospitals – locally and internationally.
IMC was established in 1993 to train nurses for the Pantai group of hospitals. The college, strategically located in Subang Jaya, Selangor with a second center in Ayer Keroh, Melaka, takes responsibility for training and developing a new generation of nurses and allied health professionals.
With the support of the Pantai-Gleneagles Group of Hospitals, the college has a long-standing reputation for nursing education, which is well recognized locally and internationally.
The nursing degree program is designed to prepare students to become competent registered nurses. This three-year full-time program is open to all applicants. The average teaching is English, while health, behavioral and nursing sciences are the core sciences of the program.
The diploma program is recognized by the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Higher Education and Nursing Council of Malaysia, and is accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA).
SPM graduates who wish to obtain more information about the program and scholarships are welcome to send their applications by email to [emailÂ protected], or call 03-27277567, or visit www.imc.edu.my.