Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)

Asia Metropolitan University offers first of its kind MBBS in Malaysia.

• AMU MBBS programme is currently the most affordable in the country. Fees is inclusive of tuition fees, examination, laboratory, transport (within vicinity). We have qualified academic staff with more than 3 years of teaching experience in their respective fields. The academic programme is student-centred with emphasis on self-directed learning group discussions and case-based learning.

• Our Purpose· built Pre-Clinical campus in Johor Bahru aims to minimise the stress on students. It is designed to provide ample greenery and purposely and purposely located away from hectic city atmosphere. A nice quiet lake just opposite the campus is one of the naturally soothing features among other highlights of AMU Medical Campus.

• Hospital Pakar Sultanah Fatimah, Muar leading the way in Clinical Studies
This hospital serves as the 3rd ranked hospital in Johor, after Hospital Sultanah Aminah and Hospital Sultan Ismail. Is also serves as a reference hospital for the northern zone of Johor including Batu Pahat, Tangkak and Segamat. Sultanah Fatimah Specialist Hospital is also gazetted as a “Teaching Hospital”. Currently Community Health Centres around Johor state.


Prof Dr. Nasaruddin Abdul Aziz
Dean, Faculty of Medicine & Surgery

The medical programme of Asia Metropolitan University (AMU) started in 2012. It is a 5-year programme approved by the Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA), Malaysian Medical Council (MMC) and the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE). The programme is divided into 2 phases; the pre-clinical phase and the clinical phase. Following successful completion of the programme, students will graduate with MBBS degree.


The first 2 years of the programme, the pre-clinical phase is conducted in our dedicated medical campus at Bandar Seri Alam in Pasir Gudang, Johor. The clinical phase followed the pre-clinical phase over the next 3 years. Currently the clinical phase is conducted in Muar during which students will do their clinical training in Hospital Pakar Sultanah Fatimah (HPSF), Muar. HPSF is a specialist hospital which provides services in all major clinical disciplines. In addition to HPSF, AMU has also been given approval by the Ministry of Health to utilise Hospital Sultanah Aminah, Johor Bahru, Hospital Kulai and Hospital Kota Tinggi to train its medical students.


In our effort to produce competent medical doctors, we have adopted a holistic approach in the training of our future doctors. In addition to conventional teaching approaches such as lectures, tutorials, practical, seminars, and bed-side teaching, the faculty utilises various teaching-learning approaches such as self-directed learning, task-based learning, field visits, computer-aided learning, and independent learning. This is to ensure the MBBS graduates of AMU fulfil the attributes of future doctors who are not only competent but possess other attributes such as professionalism, lifelong learning skills, leadership qualities, able to work in a team, and able to think critically. Good values are instilled in the medical graduates to ensure that they have the proper ethics and the right attitude in their work environment and when dealing with co-workers and the public at large.


We have invested heavily in our team of academic professionals as well as in equipping our Pasir Gudang and Muar campuses with the state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities. Being cognizant of the critical importance in having good teachers and role models to mould the minds and hone the competencies of our students, we have built a strong, dedicated and experienced team of faculty members to optimize students’ engagement and learning.

As the Dean of Faculty of Medicine, I am confident that the medical graduates of AMU will excel and flourish in the field of medicine serving not only the people of Malaysia but will have the capacity to serve globally.

Pre Clinical Programme
(2 Years) AMU Johor Bahru Campus


  • Anatomy
  • Biochemistry
  • Community Medicine I & II
  • Physiology
  • Communication Skill
  • MPU Compulsory subjects


  • Pharmacology
  • Pathology
  • Microbiology & Parasitology
  • Community Medicine Ill & IV
  • Medical Statistics
  • Malaysian Studies Examination
  • Professional University Examination I
    Subject to change at discretion of management
Clinical Programme (3 Years)
AMU Muar Campus & Hospital Pakar
Sultanah Fatimah, Muar


  • Public Health
  • Introductory Clinical Clerkship
  • Research Methodology
  • Paediatrics I
  • Project
  • Medicine I
  • Surgery I
  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology I
  • Vertical Lecture Series
  • Clinical Seminars


  • Ear, Nose & Throat
  • Ophthalmology
  • Radiology
  • Orthopaedic I
  • Accident Emergency
  • Anaesthesiology
  • Psychiatric I
  • Family Medicine
  • Forensic & Toxicology
  • Jurisprudence


  • Medicine II
  • Surgery II
  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology II
  • Orthopaedic II
  • Paediatrics II
  • Psychiatric II Examination
  • Professional University Examination II

Curriculum approved by Malaysian Medical Council (MMC), Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA) and endorsed by Ministry of Higher Education.

  • Anatomy & Histology Labs fully equipped with state of the art microscopes connected to plasma TV
  • 3D cyber anatomy classes using virtual cadaver system for virtual dissection and better understanding
  • Virtual Microscopy with over 1500 digitalised slides for a better and in depth learning
  • AMU library collection encompass rich and varied disciplines of printed volumes (over 4000 Medical books), digital resources, journals, media and archival materials

Pre-Clinical : Clinical:

  • Interactive Lectures • Case Presentation
  • Practical • Case Studies
  • Tutorials • Lectures
  • Seminars – Problem Base Learning • Seminars
  • Demonstration • Tutorials
  • Hospitals, Clinic and Health Centres • Clinical Postings
  • Skill Labs and Simulation Teaching • Mentoring programmes
  • Computer Assisted Learning • Student Centred Teaching and learning
  • Mentoring Programmes
  • Student Centred Teaching and Learning
  • Projects

From our humble inception in 2004, Asia Metropolitan University has grown into a full-fledged university offering a wide range of programmes which bears testimony to our impressive track record in the private, higher education landscape in Malaysia.

In line with the recent developments in the industry and within our institution, AMU is focused to produce trained, qualified, competent graduates for domestic and international markets in health sciences and various other disciplines.

In the years to come, AMU aims to achieve the “top-of-the-mind choiceD globally. Above all, we envision our students to not only come from a diverse range of countries, but our graduates will also be significant contributors to the international human capital needs.

Currently, AMU provides an educational pathway from foundation studies and diploma programmes for post-secondary school certificate holders as well as bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and doctoral degree programmes. We have revolutionised our approach to ensure a high quality delivery of our academic programmes. Many factors have precipitated our transformation as a private tertiary education institution. A critical dimension of the repositioning is our incessant drive for academic delivery quality. Besides striving for continuous improvement, we have repositioned ourselves in the changing landscape of the higher education industry to better address the intensified competition and meet the market demand.

Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM), General Certificate of Education Advanced (“A”) levels:

Grades BBB, ABC or AAC in 3 subjects i.e. Biology; and Chemistry; Physics and Mathematics

Matriculation or Foundation in Science or Pre-Medical course:

CGPA 3.0 (out of 4.0) in 3 subject i.e. Biology; and Chemistry; Physics or Mathematics and Provided the course is not less than 1 year in the same accredited institution and the minimum entry qualification is 5 Bs each in Biology; and Chemistry; and Physics; and Mathematics or Additional Mathematics; and other subject at Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM), ‘O’Level or its equivalent

Unified Examination Certificate (UEC):

B4 each in 5 subjects i.e. Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Additional Mathematics

Monash University Foundation, Pre-University Program (MUFY) or University of New South Wales (UNSW) Foundation or Western Australia Curriculum Council or HSC Sydney Australia or Trinity College Foundation Studies or Australia Universities Foundation Programmes or South Australian Matriculation (Ausmat) or Victorian Certificate of Education Australia Year 12:

Aggregate or average of 80% or the equivalent of B in any3 subjects i.e. Biology; and Chemistry; and Physics and Mathematics


80% ATAR provided the subjects include Biology; and Chemistry; Physics and Mathematics National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) Level 3 or New Zealand Bursary

National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) Level 3 or New Zealand Bursary:

Average of 80% each in Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics

Canadian Pre-U (CPU) or Canadian International Matriculation Programme (CIMP I Canadian Grade 12/13:

Average of 80% each in Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics

Indian Pre-University:

Average of 70% each in Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics

International Baccalaureate (IB):

30 points with minimum of 2 science subjects or Mathematics at Higher Level (HL) and 1 science subject at Standard Level and attained a minimum score of 4 each in Biology; and Chemistry; and Physics (or Mathematics)

Diploma in Health Sciences:

CGPA 3.5 (out of 4) and Provided the course is not less than 5 semesters or 2 1/2 years in the same accredited institution and the minimum entry qualification is 5Bs each in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics (or Additional Mathematics) and another subject at Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) Ordinary (‘o’) levels

Degree in Medical Sciences:

CGPA 3.3 (out of 4) 5-year undergraduate medical programme CGPA 3.5 (out of 4) 4-year graduate medical programme

Degree in the Arts or Humanities:

CGPA 3.5 (out of 4) 5-year undergraduate medical programme and 3Cs each in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, General Science, Mathematics or Additional Mathematics at SPM or its equivalent or an accredited bridging course CGPA4.0 (out of 4) 4-year graduate medical programme and 3Cs each in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, General Science, Mathematics or Additional Mathematics at SPM or its equivalent or an accredited bridging course


5 Years


Full Time