Straits Settlements and Federal Malay States Government Medical School opened.
The first seven students graduated with the Licentiate in Medicine and Surgery.
The institution's name changed to King Edward VII Medical School.
The Medical School expanded and became King Edward VII College of Medicine.
Raffles College opened.
Raffles College's official opening.
The first 28 Raffles College students graduated with Arts or Science diplomas. Eleven of them got together in Singapore and decided to meet regularly.
Raffles College graduated in Singapore appoint convenors.
Inaugural meeting of the Stamford Club, Singapore, held at Victoria School. Membership: 30. Stamford Clubs formed in Malaya at this time.
Raffles College and King Edward VII College of Medicine closed during the Japanese Occupation.
Raffles College and King Edward VII College of Medicine re-opened.
The Carr-Saunders Commission on tertiary education came to Singapore and Malaya. Stamford Clubs debated for full university status.
Raffles College Ordinance amended to allow two representatives of graduates on the College Council. The Carr-Saunders Commission recommended the amalgamation of Raffles College and the College of Medicine to establish the University of Malaya.
University of Malaya opened and continued the practice of having representatives of graduates on the Council. The representatives were elected by the Guild Graduates.
University of Malaya awarded its first degrees.