Newcastle University’s Malaysian campus is situated in Iskandar Puteri, Johor, in Iskandar Malaysia.
Students studying at the state-of-the-art campus benefit from innovative, first class facilities in which to study. NUMed managed accommodation is just a short distance away, accessed via a free, regular shuttle bus.
The campus is part of EduCity in Iskandar Puteri (formerly known as Nusajaya). It is 1km east of the Gelang Patah Interchange on the main Linkedua Expressway.
The Second Crossing Bridge to Singapore is only 8km from the campus, and the city of Johor Bahru is a near neighbour.
One of the largest developments in the Iskandar Development Region, Iskandar Puteri is planned to be an integrated city providing a world-class environment for business, living and leisure.
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Find our office at:
Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia
No 1 Jalan Sarjana 1
79200 Iskandar Puteri (formerly Nusajaya), Johor.
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Location of the NUMed campus within the Iskandar development region
Detailed view of Iskandar Puteri showing the NUMed campus location:
This image gallery illustrates some of the signature buildings of NUMed Malaysia campus. They are designed to capture the look and feel of Newcastle University’s UK campus.
Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia was officially opened on 1 November 2011 by HRH The Duke of York.
His Royal Highness, The Duke of York KG performed the opening of NUMed during a ceremony attended by Sir Liam Donaldson, Newcastle University’s Chancellor and former Chief Medical Officer for England, and the Vice-Chancellor of Newcastle University, Professor Chris Brink.
Sir Liam said: “The establishment of Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia will provide transnational access to a world-class UK medical education for a broad range of Malaysian and international students for whom this opportunity may have otherwise been denied by geographical or financial circumstances. In the longer term we hope very much to contribute, not only to meeting Malaysia’s human capital needs, but also improving medical services in the region and the care patients receive.”