Dramatic rise in the No. of Medical Colleges in Malaysia has worked in the favor of medical aspirants but has also increased the competition especially in the Private sector: Ken Research

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Developing Malaysia: In the last few years, healthcare facilities in Malaysia have made significant progress towards improving and transitioning from average medical facilities and manpower to producing three digit medical graduates each year. This transition has been greatly impacted by the rapid rise in the no. of medical schools. Another reason that favored Malaysian Medical Colleges is the constant rise in the non-communicable diseases; Malaysia has enough medical practitioners to tackle any crisis that our future holds.

Quality vs Quantity: Both Private and Public Sector have been engaging in increasing the influx of the foreign (international) students and greatly differ in the course fee and course structure. Multiple Private Universities in the medical education raised questions on the quality of education provided. It was suggested that the private medical education has been commercialized by the rich in the nation, however most private universities are working to inculcate the extensive training and clinical programs to raise the standard of education provided.

Bachelor’s Vs Master’s Degree: Every student has to clear basic entrance level exam along with certain 10+2 requirements to enter the medical science field and become a general physician which are available in both public and private universities. After completing Bachelor, at least 4 year experience is mandatory to independently practice as medical officer.  Medical aspirants are more attracted towards public universities while pursuing a specialized course since most specialized courses are offered only in the public universities.  From common cold to performing complex surgeries public universities have a great spectrum of medical courses giving them an advantage over private universities.

COVID Impact on Medical Colleges: Covid-19 has impacted the medical education temporarily. Many colleges faced difficulty in conducting final year exams which has affected the total toll of graduates in 2020. There has been a decline in the Intake and Enrollment number when compared to the last 5 years. Experts believe that the drop in the numbers is temporary and the system will revive completely in the future.

The report titled Landscape of Malaysia Medical Education Market-Growth in Medical Graduates, Pushing Candidates to Seek Specialization Contributing to Medical Workforce by Ken Research suggested that the Colleges have faced a downfall in terms of No. of Intake, Enrollment and Graduates amid COVID-19. However, no significant growth pattern was observed in the past 5 years for most medical courses. Internal Medicine, Anesthesiology and Ophthalmology has high conversion rate from Bachelor’s to Masters.

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Key Segments Covered:-

Physician Courses (MBBS/ MD)

Admission Process

Total No. of Intake

Total No. of Enrollment

Total No. of Graduates

College wise cross comparison on the basis of Intake, Enrollment, Graduate and Course Fee

Internal Medicine

Admission Process

Total No. of Intake

Total No. of Enrollment

Total No. of Graduates

College wise cross comparison on the basis of Intake, Enrollment, Graduate and Course Fee

Anesthesiology

Admission Process

Total No. of Intake

Total No. of Enrollment

Total No. of Graduates

College wise cross comparison on the basis of Intake, Enrollment, Graduate and Course Fee

Ophthalmology

Admission Process

Total No. of Intake

Total No. of Enrollment

Total No. of Graduates

College wise cross comparison on the basis of Intake, Enrollment, Graduate and Course Fee

Key Target Audience:-

Public Medical Colleges

Private Medical Colleges

Aspiring students of Bachelor in Medical Education

Aspiring students of Master in Medical Education especially Internal Medicine, Anesthesiology and Ophthalmology

Time Period Captured in the Report:-

Base Year: 2020

Study Period: 2016–2020

Historical Period: 2016-2020

Colleges Covered:-

Landscape on Malaysia Ophthalmology Medical Education include colleges

University of Malaya

National University of Malaysia

Universiti Sains Malaysia School of Medical Science

Universiti Malaysia Sarawak Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

Universiti Putra Malaysia Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and University College Dublin Malaysia Campus

International Islamic University Malaysia Kulliyyah of Medicine

Manipal University College Malaysia (formerly Melaka Manipal Medical College)

International Medical University

Universiti Kuala Lumpur Royal College Medicine of Perak

AIMST University Faculty of Medicine

Universiti Teknologi MARA Faculty of Medicine

Universiti Malaysia Sabah Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

University of Cyberjaya Faculty of Medicine and 20 Others

For More Information On the research report, refer to below link:-

Malaysia Medical Education Market

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