Faculty of Medicine and Surgery

  • Name of the faculty: Faculty of Medicine  and Surgery

  • Name of the university: National University – Sudan

  • Date of establishment: Established in 2005 as a medical programme in the National College for Medical and Technical Studies. In 2014, the programme was renamed as “Faculty of Medicine” as part of the college being promoted to a university.

  • Number of batches graduated: Ten batches have been graduated (the first batch graduated in 2010).

  • Full address:  Faculty of Medicine, National University- Sudan, El-Raqi Area, P.O box: 3783 Khartoum 11111, SUDAN.

 
 
 
 
 

VISION

              The NUSU-FOMS aspires to be one of the leading institutions at both national and international levels and the most respected programme of its kind that provides up-to-date medical education, quality health research and trusted partnership with the community and other health sectors.



MISSION
              
             The NUSU-FOMS strives towards developing the highest standards of educational excellence, health-related research, and appropriate social responsibility to produce medical practitioners who are ethical professionals, lifelong learners, innovative, critical thinkers aware of diversity and local, regional and global health issues. 
 

OBJECTIVES

              
  1. Emphasize values and ethical heritage of the Sudanese Nation in its curriculum, and follow strategies that lead to strengthening these values, as an important component of the National University philosophy and message.

  2. Graduate practitioners with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MB BS), with strong community orientation and ethical components.

  3. Strengthen medical and health research, making use of the University’s facilities and communication privileges.to promote up-to-date modern medical education.

  4. Contribute to community development through health services provided in its own health institutions and other institutions co-operating with it, through the following:  

(a) partnership in designing health programs and plans, and implement whatever is feasible in  utilizing the experience of specialists,

 (b) Contribution in continuous education through short and long term courses, to improve efficiency of health workers, 

(c) Provision of essential equipment and supplies to improve quality of services, through partnership with the Ministry of Health.