VinUniversity is a new landmark in Vietnam, catering to the needs of the generation that will lead the world in future.
The medical school at the University of Pennsylvania is our collaborator to assure that our curriculum is bench-marked against international standards.
Our focus is on utilizing active learning strategies. Active learning requires collaboration among learners. All the learning spaces are designed such, that they allow you to learn from each other.
Use of latest technology as the role of health workforce is progressing to e-health and articial intelligence within a safe and protected environment. From Library to virtual labs, we have got it at VinUniversity.
The purpose is to provide exposure to patients as early as the first year of MD program in a social or clinical context that enhances learning of health, illness or disease, and the role of the health professional. It also allows students to apply knowledge from the pre-clinical curriculum in the hospital setting.
Curriculum is built around traditional in class sessions, small group activities and self directed learning incorporating mobile learning resources.
Inter-professional learning will allow students to learn with other health professionals as well as learn from and about each other in clinical environment.
Simulated environment offers students to practice required procedural and communication skills in a safe environment.
VINMEC chain of hospitals offers excellence in training and patient care along with best hospitals in Hanoi to offer you exposure to learn in an academically challenging environment. In addition, outreach clinics in the community will prepare you to work in under resourced areas.
Electives are available and depending on the requirements of host country our MD students can go overseas to get maximum exposure to learn in diverse settings in developing and developed countries.
There is evidence in the literature that mentoring by the doctor has positive effects on student well-being and career development. Each student in the MD Program is matched with a clinician who will be the mentor for the duration of the MD program. Based on the Nurturing model of mentoring, the Longitudinal Mentoring Program will offer a safe and open environment in which MD students can discuss personal issues, learn and try things for themselves with their mentors acting as resources and facilitators.
In the flipped research model, students can suggest their own research topics and we will provide them support. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org