Educational Outcomes


Faculty of Medicine, KMITL outcomes include (1) professional competencies, (2) the 21st century skills, (3) research competencies and (4) internationalization. All outcomes will be measured using several educational assessment tools.

Our curriculum covers all major disciplines. We designed learning experiences that would develop knowledge and skills for future career in medicine. The professional competencies outcome includes professional habits, attitudes, moral and ethics, communication and interpersonal skills, scientific knowledge of medicine, patient care, health promotion and health care system and continuous professional development.

We use recommendation from Medical Council of Thailand and other international organisations in defining our professional competencies outcome. This process will guarantee that the graduates will have appropriate competency for their future career in medicine.

Faculty of Medicine, KMITL curriculum is designed to help our students develop appropriate skills, both cognitive and procedural, for their further training. We provide opportunity for the students to have selective practicums according to their interest.

We employed the ‘transformative learning’ approach in designing our curriculum. One fundamental transformation emphasized in our curriculum is the shift from fact memorization to searching, analysis, and synthesis of information for decision making. Therefore, the curriculum would foster the development of independent learning skill which is necessary for life-long learning. Learning and innovation skills is also a part of our “the 21st century skills” outcome.