UMST-Mashrouy COVID-19 Entrepreneurship Initiative
UMST and other companies have participated with Mashrouy COVID-19 program. The aim of the program was to deliver entrepreneurial content to the public in order to help them through the current pandamic, and allow them to think of new business ideas.
A team of UMST’s fulltime and part time lectures have participated in this initiative, by providing video-shoot which covered different topics in entrepreneurship. It took place from the beginning of May until the 20th of June.
Miss Dina Ghandour, Lecturer at UMST, Faculty of Business Administration & the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship (E4-IMPACT-UMST Khartoum Campus), presented video shoots on:
Eng. Owais Khairy, Business Coach in the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship (E4-IMPACT-UMST Khartoum Campus), presented video shoots on:
Ms. Marwa Mohamed, lecturer at the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship (E4-IMPACT-UMST Khartoum Campus), presented video shoots on:
The video of the launch of the second edition of the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship has been selected as the video of the month by E4Impact Foundation, UCSC, Milan.
IN IMPACT ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Launch of the 2nd Edition
- ABOUT THE EVENT
ALTIS, the Graduate School of Business and Society of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore,Milan, UMST, the University of Medical Sciences and Technology and the E4Impact Foundation, with the support of the Italian Embassy to Khartoum and the Italian Agency for Cooperation and Development, and the contribution of VueTel and CTC Group, are launching the 2nd edition of the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship in Khartoum.
The launch will take place on November 30th at the at the Global Conference Center of UMST at 9:30 am and will be the occasion for entrepreneurs, businessmen and representatives of Sudan’s Institutions to discuss and network around:
- How the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship can help to scale and grow your business;
- How to capture business opportunities between Italy and Sudan;
- What low hanging fruits entrepreneurs can capture in today’s Sudanese markets.
The event will also be the occasion to award the best entrepreneurs from the 1st edition and to confer 8 scholarships funded by the Italian Agency for Cooperation and Development for women and persons with disabilities.
- ABOUT THE MBA
The Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship is a 1-year business acceleration and training programme that aims to support entrepreneurs to start and scale their business. In partnership with top universities in Africa, ALTIS and E4Impact offer Global MBA in 11 Countries: Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, Ghana, Ivory Coast, RD Congo, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Senegal, Sudan and Zimbabwe.
Since 2010, ALTIS and E4Impact delivered 10 editions of the MBA and accelerated 1.000+ entrepreneurs. The MBA was first launched in Sudan in 2018 and concluded on October 19th, 2019 with a cohort of 49 new entrepreneurs. The 2nd edition of the MBA in Sudan will start on November 30th, 2019
The MBA boosts participants’ business by applying tools and platforms directly to the business. The MBA offers:
- ready-to-use and tailor-made tools to improve key strategies and functions of your business;
- investment opportunities consisting of 3 meetings with a panel of investors to present your business;
- one-to-one mentoring programs with a business advisor knowledgeable of the regional markets;
- ongoing networking opportunities with Sudanese entrepreneurs, businessman and institutions;
- a mix of international & local lecturers and experts to expand your business horizons;
- the opportunity to explore other African markets by linking with 600+ MBA Alumni across Africa;
- the Business Networking Week in Italy, a free of charge Milan-based program reserved to the MBA Alumni;
- a flexible calendar of 37 days of contact training spread in 9 sessions plus digital learning;
- an International MBA by ALTIS, Business School of Catholic University of Milan, Italy.
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BUSINESS PLAN COMPETITION
The Business Plan Competition (BPC) is the last and the most important of the 3 competitions organized per each edition of the MBA. The competition was organized for the 1st Edition of the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship in partnership with Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (“UCSC”), Milan Italy, University of Medical Sciences and Technology, Khartoum, Sudan and the E4Impact Foundation on Saturday, 19th of October, 2019 at the Global Conference Centre. The occasion was launched by the Italian Ambassador to Sudan.
Objectives of the BPC are to:
- Give MBA participants the chance to pitch their business to investors and business partners scouting their interest to engage beyond the MBA;
- Provide MBA participants with high quality feedback on the financial soundness of their businesses.
The BPC is organized in one round. Participants are divided in parallel sessions by development stage. Sessions will be:
- Stand-ups (idea stage, less than 1 year of existence);
- Start-ups (implementation stage, less than 3 years of existence);
- Scale-ups (growth stage, over 3 years of existence).
Each session has a dedicated jury with members specialized in the relevant industry. Each jury declares the winner of the relevant session.
Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship
1st Edition of the Business Model Compétition 2019
– Best Stand-ups: Mohammed Mutasim Bashir Nimir
– Best Start-ups: Mazin Osman Mohammed Elhassan Elbasheer and Mohammed Hashim Altayeb Babiker
– Best Scale-up and Best Social Impact: Owais Mohammed AbdelHafeez Hassan
– Best Improvement: Mohammed Hashim Altayeb Babiker
Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship
Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship: Financial Model Competition
To usher the start of the new academic year 2018-2019, the University welcomed and celebrated its new students in a well conceived and organized event on Saturday the 7th of September.
The joyous celebration was launched under the patronage of the Assistant to the President of the Republic, Mr. Mousa Mohammed Ahmed. The event evolved and revolved under the theme of “Sustainability of Excellence”.
The anticipated annual event has successfully conveyed the importance of togetherness, intimacy and the value of close ties as binding characteristics among members of the university as a closely knitted community.
The gathering was addressed by Mr. Mousa Mohammed Ahmed, patron of the ceremony, who maintained that the university has distinguished itself amongst national and regional academic establishments by securing and maintaining excellence in different academic disciplines and various fields of relevant activities.
He pointed out that the student usually has the two joys: the joy of being accepted at the university, and of graduation. He stressed that he came to share this joy with the students, and he urged them to reserve no effort in achieving the desired success, and he proceeded to remind them that they are real light -bearers and true builders of the country.
Professor Mamoun Hameida, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the University, welcomed the new students and outlined the academic excellence of the UMST that was obvious to be seen by everybody. He explained that the students’ desire to join the university has exceeded its capacity to accommodate all those keen on joining its ranks.
He emphasized that the university has always been admired and respected for applying rigor standards in the application of recognized regulations regarding both academic standards and behavior. He maintained that UMST has benefited immensely from observing strictness and continued to gain good reputation and to maintain continuous successes.
In his speech, Prof. Hassan Mohamed Ahmed, President of the University, spoke about the various students’ activities that take place at the university, including cultural, social and sports activities. He stressed the University’s keen interest in resolving all problems encountering its students, and highlighted its commitment and sustained effort to negotiate and overcome all the difficulties facing the students. He called on the students to exert effort and effort to achieve academic excellence through continuous, consistent and persistent pursuance of academic excellence.
He also called for active participation in the students’ activities offered by the university in the scientific, cultural and sports fields.
Also speaking at the ceremony were the President of the University Students Association, and the representative of new student. At the beginning of the ceremony, the University Chorale presented the university anthem. It is also worth mentioning that he event was also adorned by a panoramic visual display reflecting the multiplicity and diversity f the activities conducted within the university.
The Committee assigned the responsibility of organizing the celebration and honoring of the Top Hundred Students of Sudan School Certificate convened to discuss the details of organizing the event which is a joint venture between the University of Medical Sciences and Technology and the General Union of Students of Khartoum State.
The auspicious occasion which will be running for the third successive year will be held in the few coming days under the patronage of First General Engineer Abdelrahim Mohamed Hussein the Governor of Khartoum State and with honorable participation of the State Presidency.
UMST would like to take this opportunity to announce the opening of Admission Process for its Scholarships for the academic year 2018 – 2019.
UMST will offer Scholarships to students in three categories:
- The Top One Hundred Students in Sudan School Certificate
- Quran Memorizers
- Christian Students
Happy New Academic Year 2018-2019
Batches & Faculties:
The Twenty-fifth Batch: Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Medical Laboratories.
The Twenty-third Batch: Faculty of Dentistry.
The Twentieth Batch: Faculty of Pharmacy and Faculty of Nursing Sciences.
The Eighteenth Batch: Faculty of Computer Science – (Third Batch Information Technology and Information Systems.
The Fourteenth Batch: Faculty of Radiology.
The Seventeenth Batch: Faculty of Medical Engineering – 11th Batch of Electronic Engineering (Communication / Control) – Sixth Batch of Electrical Engineering – Second Batch: Architecture.
The Sixteenth Batch: Faculty of Business Administration.
13th batch: Faculty of Anesthesia.
The Ninth Batch: Faculty of Economic, Social and Environmental Studies
The Seventh Batch: Faculty of Law.
The Eighth Batch: Faculty of Mass Communication.
The Ninth Batch: Nursing Science Diploma.
The First Batch: Faculty of Printing and Packaging Technology.
The minimum Percentage for admission and Tuition Fees for each college:
|Faculty||Degree||Duration of course||Admission Percentage||Academic Fees (SDG)||Academic Fees (USD$)|
|Medicine||MB & BS||5 academic years||80%||150,000||15,000|
|Dentistry||BDS||5 academic years||78%||80,000||8,000|
|Pharmacy||B Pharm||5 academic years||78%||50,000||5,000|
|Medical Laboratory Sciences||BSc in Med Lab Sc||4 academic years||70%||30,000||3,000|
|Radiological Sciences||BSc in Radiological Sciences||4 academic years||70%||30,000||2,000|
|Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology||BSc in Computer Science||4 academic years||70%||12,000||1,200|
||B Eng (Honour)||5 academic years||75%||30,000||3,235|
||B Eng (Honour)||5 academic years||75%||30,000||2,000|
|Nursing Sciences||BSc in Nursing Sciences||4 academic years||70%||15,000||1,200|
|Business Administration||BSc in Business Administration||4 academic years||70%||50,000||4,000|
|Anaesthetic Sciences||BSc in Anaesthetic Sciences||4 academic years||70%||30,000||2,285|
|Economic, Social and Environmental Studies
||BSc in Economic, Social and Environmental Studies (Honor)||4 academic years||70%||30,000||2,400|
||BSc in Mass Communication||4 academic years||68%||15,000||1,500|
|Law||LLB in Law||4 academic years||70%||25,000||1,800|
|Printing & Packaging Technology||B.Sc (Honours)||4 academic years||55%||8,000||500|
|Nursing Technology Diploma||Nursing Technology Diploma||3 academic years||55%||10,000||1,535|
1- Electronic Submission and Required Documents:
The original Sudan School Certificate, and the Arabic Certificate or the Foreign Certificate to be authenticated by the country of origin coupled with the authentication of the Sudanese Embassy in the country of Origin and of the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. There is also a need to secure the Equivalency certification at the General Administration of Examinations of the Federal Ministry of Education in Khartoum. For foreign certificates: IGCSE, for example, the seven subjects eligible for admission should have been obtained in a single certificate and in one year. The 11th level is required for students from within Sudan and candidates from outside Sudan (it is a prerequisite for the student to be on the advanced AS / Level) and the certificate should be authenticated by the British Council and the State Department.
3 Photos of passport size and a copy of the Birth Certificate.
The Sudanese students should provide: 1- A photocopy of the National Number. 2- Certificate of Completing the National Military Service. International students should provide a photocopy of passport.
Hepatitis B Vaccination Certificate.
A computerized statement from the Department of Admission of Higher Education to students who are candidates for general admission.
Signing the Acceptance Regulations.
2- After reviewing the certificates and ensuring that the admission requirements are met, the Admissions Office will write to the Registrar and the Financial Administration to register the student and to receive the prescribed tuition fees mentioned above.
3- The Registrars of the Faculties will oversee the medical examination and the interviews arrangements.
4- Sudanese students holding foreign certificates must sit for the Arabic language and religious education examinations: Islamic / Christian, which are prepared by the Department of Admission of Higher Education, and the results will be advanced to the students after enrolling in universities. According to the Higher Education Admission Administration, the results of those examinations are required for the authentication of university degrees upon graduation.