Dvya Delilaa Clarence: My Experience Gaining a Postgraduate Degree in Molecular Medicine at IMU

My name is Dvya Delilaa Clarence and I am a Project Executive at Emergency Care Research Institute (ECRI). My academic pathway brought me through several years of education including a level, Bachelor of Science double majoring in Medicinal Chemistry and Biotechnology which then eventually led me to pursue my MSc in Molecular Medicine (MMM) at IMU.


After completing my BSc, I was still very keen on furthering my education as I still wanted to learn more from the industry. I came across the IMU MMM course and found it to be very comprehensive, as it consisted of both study and research method of learning. I opted to begin the course in March 2020 on a part time-mode. However, as many of us know, COVID-19 had just hit Malaysia and put many activities on hold around the world.


Although I opted to join MMM via the conventional method, however most of the face-to-face classes were conducted via online synchronously due to COVID-19. IMU was able to ensure the learning process was conducted with ease for all students and all lecturers and supervisors were accessible to student throughout the course with no hitches whatsoever.

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