TMU delegation to interview prospective students in Philippines in December, 2019

Source: Office of Global Engagement

Published on 2019-10-24

To attract Filipino talent in biomedical fields, TMU will conduct a series of onsite interviews in local universities in December. The delegation consists of academics from TMU colleges and student recruitment specialists from the Office of Global Engagement in Philippines.

Come and meet us to know more about TMU’s offer in:

  • ​Academic programs
  • Scholarship schemes
  • Student support

Interview Locations

To be determined. The updates will be announced by email.

Program Lists

How to Apply

​To register for the onsite interviews, please provide your personal information and submit your CV through the online application form.

​All interview candidates should bring the following documents to the scheduled interview.
  1.  4 hard copies of your CV
  2.  Passport/Photo ID
  3.  Other supporting documents are also recommended

For admission related enquiries, leave us a message.

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