The Deputy Dean (student affairs) and Deputy Registrar’s office look after the welfare of the students in the College. It involves conducting several programmes to assist and support students on academic and non-academic matters.Orientation Programme
Students are briefed on matters pertaining to their programmes/ courses, fees, accommodation and the rules and regulations of the College. They are also advised on personal safety and security matters. This helps them to settle into the college environment.Mentorship Programme
Counselling services are also available to all students. For this purpose, the college has a mentorship programme to assist students to improve their academic performance, to counsel, provide support, to advise and assist students who have problems to overcome their difficulties. Students who have emotional problems that cannot be handled by the Mentors are referred for professional help.
Each teaching faculty will usually have 15 to 20 mentees under their supervision and each student will be assigned a Mentor/ Academic Advisor throughout his/ her study at Manipal University College Malaysia.
The objectives of the Mentorship Scheme are to:
Students who have settled into the programme benefit from the Mentorship Scheme, as it will provide:
All bona fide students at Manipal University College Malaysia are provided with free Group Hospital and Surgical Insurance. It provides a 24-hour, worldwide coverage against illness, accidents and or injury resulting from various stipulated causes.Extra Curricular Activities
Students can expect to benefit from a holistic learning environment at the college. There are student activities to enrich the social, cultural, and sporting interests of students. All students are welcome to join the Manipal University College Malaysia Student Council activities as they enable them to broaden their horizons through the exchange of experiences among the student community within the college and other medical colleges locally and abroad.