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3
May

Ministry Representative Hands out Awards to High Achieving Students

Seven high achieving students were feted today by the Malaysian Homeopathic Medical Council (MHMC) at a special Awards Ceremony at Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS) attended by Dr. Dyanan, Senior Principal Assistant Director of the Traditional and Complementary Medicine Division who was representing YB Dato’ Seri Dr. Hilmi Bin Haji Yahaya, the Deputy Minister of Health Malaysia.  

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30
Apr

180 Students Practice Emergency Evacuation in a Military Camp

The programme aimed to enhance the participants’ physical and mental strength, create team spirit and cohesion, develop survival skills and expose students to military medicine.   180 Students Practice Emergency Evacuation in a Military Camp 30 April 2016 – CUCMS believes that education should be enhanced with practical experience. And so over 140 medical students and 40 students from the Diploma

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28
Apr

Lecturers Sharpen Their Course Delivery Skills in a 2-day Workshop

Over 40 professors, lecturers and academic support staff gathered for a 2-day intensive workshop at Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences   Lecturers Sharpen Their Course Delivery Skills in a 2-day Workshop   27 April 2016 – Major advances in the education regulations have always necessitated changes in how universities prepare and deliver their lessons. And while lecturers have always been adept

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10
Apr

Local universities are just as good, says University Professor

With overseas education being as expensive as it is and made worse by a lacklustre economic climate, scholarships become the frequently thought-of option. Yet these too are not impervious to today’s tough times Local universities are just as good, says Professor There’s the perception that studying medicine or pharmacy requires one to go overseas. After all, a limited number of

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29
Sep

Test Post

All major public hospitals have their own therapists, the teams were small and the waiting time to receive treatment could be up to two months. National News Highlights the High Demand for Therapist The article in The Star dated 18th September 2016, “Outstation patients also flocking to Klang Valley to get therapy faster”, highlighted the critical demand for the professional

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