تزف جامعة العلوم الطبية والتكنولوجيا أحر التهاني لطلابها ببداية العام الدراسي في 09/09/2017 ويعلن أمين الشؤون العلمية بالجامعة عن تقديم منح دراسية في كل كليات الجامعة
UMST’s faculty of Law conducted its clinical law program for the second year running. Students worked with Al Shargi Police Station, Court Complex, as well as with Khartoum’s Attorney general. The program was supervised by UMST lecturers, Mr. Daoud Mohammed Osman and Ms. Areej Elnaw.
After winning first place in the UMST yearly exhibition in the academic year of 2015/2016, the faculty of law entered this year’s exhibition. The faculty displayed how a forensic investigation is conducted, as well as a drug search using police dogs. Students also during the exhibition the process of a police report.
Several of his ex-students/colleagues along with the faculty of Law (UMST) worked hand in hand to honor one of the legal gurus of the Sudanese legal system Dr. Adil Abdelghani. The event lasted for a few days and included various workshops, as well as a moot trial which recreated one of Dr. Adil’s previous cases.
UMST’s Faculty of Law held an academic reform workshop on February 4, 2017 at Coral Hotel. The meeting was held to review the faculty’s curriculum in order to ensure its continuous development. Results from the workshop highlighted several developments to be adopted by the faculty in the new academic year.
UMST’s Faculty of Law congratulates three of its students from Batch 1 for successfully enrolling in the Sudanese Bar. The faculty celebrated the graduation of its first batch on in December 24,2016.
“A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the souls of its people.”
In the pursuit of developing its curriculum to an international standard, the Faculty held an academic meeting with the Legal elites of Sudan in Coral Hotel. Dignitaries included among others H.E. Ali Yaseen, Mohammed Ibrahim Eltahir (Constitutional Court Judge), Prof. Abdallah Idris (University of Khartoum), Dr. Adil Alagib, Dr. Eltayeb Murkaz (Dean Faculty of Law […]
Batch 2 and 3 went on a learning trip to the National Assembly Sudan as part of its Constitutional Law Module, as well as Introduction to Law Module.
UMST students from the faculty of Law, Batch 3 visited the Judiciary Museum as part of an education trip.
President of the Sudanese Bar Association Eltayeb Haroon along with the distinguished environmental activist Joseph Salman, and environmental specialist Dr. Sami Abdelhalim paid a visit to UMST University’s Faculty of Law. An active discussion took place on environmental issues that face society today. Students took an active, passionate role in the discussion.
The Department of environment studies has presented many students activities at graduation day fair.
The Faculty of Law successfully presented different issues for discussion with visitors. These were topics that affected society and the students were very passionate about, among which included: Drug Abuse Women Rights Underage Marriage Nigerian Legal System
Environmental protection is an issue that resides in the Faculty of Law student’s heart,
Law students from Batch 1 went on an academic visit to the Central Bank of Sudan as part
UMST University’s Faculty of Law students and staff took part in an educational trip to the General Administration of Forensic Evidence Office in Khartoum, Sudan.