We see things through the eyes of our students, understand their needs and walk them through any difficulties they may encounter. We inspire our students to undertake self-directed learning and equip them to be active learners, so they are motivated to make the most of their potential.
During their first years with us, students build a solid foundation in medical science, take well-structured bridging courses and acquire knowledge, skills, and competence through a variety of innovative platforms.
Our clinical training begins in the early years. Students gain clinical competence through a well-designed programme of simulation training, bedside teaching, clinical attachments, and a pre-internship course before they graduate and work as interns in hospitals.
We believe that good doctors are defined not by what they know of diseases but by how well they care for people suffering from diseases. A significant part of our SMART curriculum is dedicated to teaching bioethical values and principles.