The Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya, is the first and oldest medical school in Malaysia and is proud to continue its tradition in producing the next generation of excellent physicians, scientists, and medical educationists for the nation. If you’re set on starting your journey to becoming a doctor right here in UM, click here to get all the information you need about the University of Malaya Medical Programme. To keep updated with the latest happenings in the faculty, follow the Faculty of Medicine’s Facebook page!
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Student mental health and well-being are among our most pressing concerns. Hence, we are working closely with the Counsellors of the Student Affairs Division of UM, as well as the Faculty of Medicine’s Psychological Medicine Department to provide a confidential support service for students in times of need. Below are all the information you need to get in touch with someone who can listen to and address any personal, emotional, or psychological concerns.
If you have learning difficulties, or are experiencing anything affecting the quality of your learning and life, or if you just need someone to talk to in general, you are welcome to contact a counsellor from the Student Affairs Division of UM either by visiting them at the Psychology Management and Counselling Section, or by contacting any one of the available numbers for the Tele-Counselling and Case Consultation Services.
- Location: Psychology Management and Counselling Section, Block D, Level 1, Perdanasiswa Complex, University of Malaya
- Hours: Monday to Friday (8.30am – 5.00pm)
- Tel: 03-7967 3244
Tele-Counselling and Case Consultation Services:
Do click on the button below to access the Psychology Management and Counselling section!
UMMC Psychiatry Clinic
UMMC’s Psychiatry Clinic is open for walk-ins for any student who feels that they may be suffering from more severe mental health problems and is seeking a psychiatrist’s help. Do take note that for new cases, students are required to get a referral letter from either Primary Care doctors, General Practitioners, the Student Health Clinic, or Counsellors. Simply visit any of the aforementioned people and express your concerns or your mental health situation, which they will assess before giving you a referral letter which you can then bring with you to the clinic.
- Walk-in hours: Monday to Friday (7.00am – 11.30am)
- Location: Psychiatry Clinic, Ground Floor, Psychological Medicine Complex, UMMC
We believe that every UM medical student has the potential to enact change within our community as well as their own student experience, whether through voicing their opinions in society meetings, making amendments to our constitution, or starting new initiatives and projects. The documents below contain all the particulars you need to do so.