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INTRODUCTION

WHY STUDY AT SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES ?


Choosing where to undertake postgraduate studies can sometimes get complicated. At the School of Health Sciences, one can expect an exceptional academic environment. Located in a state best known as the Cradle of Malay Culture, the School of Health Sciences offers a wide range of postgraduate studies, supported by a stimulating academic environment, friendly community and vibrant surroundings. There are many good reasons why you should pursue your studies with us. We highlight the top three reasons for choosing us.


i. Location

We are located together with the School of Medical Sciences, School of Dental Sciences and the Institute for Research in Molecular Medicine (INFORMM) in the Health Campus. Students will have access to various expertise, high end research facilities and teaching hospital available within the campus.

ii. Diversity

Our academic team ranges from fundamental scientists to professional health practitioners. We therefore offer multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary research programs that are competitive and suitable to meet the challenges of a globalised world. Our academic team is dedicated to support you in achieving your career goals.

iii. Impact

As an APEX status university, we are committed to providing high quality postgraduate education and training as well as providing the platform to nurture potential leaders of the future. The unique local environment that we are in, provides you an opportunity to work with diverse populations and illnesses, understand different types of needs and develop your professional skills through your hands-on experience.

 

Contact Us

School of Health Sciences
Health Campus
Universiti Sains Malaysia,
16150 Kubang Kerian,
Kelantan. Malaysia.

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