Large & small classrooms:
The College has large and small classrooms that feature interactive board to ensure Project-based learning approach is applied.
Laboratories and museums:
Anatomy museums and classroom provide medical students with optimal tools and materials to enable them to transform their knowledge of anatomy into three-dimensional concepts for better understanding of human body.
- Anatomy museum of Musculoskeletal System: This museum contains a large number of mummified human and plastic samples of the musculoskeletal system (e.g. the upper limb, lower limb, bones and joints).
- Human systems and special senses museum: This museum contains a large number of mummified human and plastic samples for various body systems and special senses (e.g. digestive system, endocrine glands, heart and blood vessels, respiratory system, special senses such as the hearing system).
- Dissection classroom: This classroom contains a number of preserved bodies. Corpses provide students with a practical experience for studying and exploring the human body through dissection.
The department contains a physiology laboratory, which is equipped with the latest devices needed for the curriculum of students in the college.