Postgraduate study (both medical specialties and PhD) requires effective critical thinking and self-direct learning skills as well as good discipline-specific background knowledge. These are included in The Faculty of Medicine, KMITL outcomes (professional competencies, the 21st century skills, research competencies and internationalization).
Research and innovation are prime focus of The Faculty of Medicine, KMITL. Our curriculum aims to foster our students to develop scientific inquiry and critical thinking skills in order to prepare to capable biomedical researcher. Several research activities including individual research thesis are included in the curriculum.
The Faculty of Medicine, KMITL aims to produce global doctors. The quality of our graduates should reach the international standard. In addition to the medical knowledge, they must be able to understand and cope with cultural diversity as well as can work with other health professionals in global community. To achieve this outcome, agility and adaptability are the key component of success.
The Administrative Board is responsible for evaluation of the educational process. Information concerning resource adequacy and condition of learning environment will be collected.
Curriculum components (course description, teaching and learning methods, clinical rotations and assessment methods) are scheduled to be evaluated at the end of course.
The long-term outcome will be evaluated by surveying the employer satisfaction, further professional and academic training of the graduates, etc.
The information concerning curriculum evaluation and revision will be disclosed via the Faculty of Medicine, KMITL website.