By Admin / 2021-09-12
Maintaining people’s health and alleviating suffering is the ultimate goal of physicians. The “Angels of mercy” have always been the brightest minds, the wisest people, and the hardest workers. To achieve this endeavor, medical students and doctors, alike, pass through tough, narrow pathways; overcome difficult obstacles and tight filters.
To be a good doctor; the learner needs to be a genius, ethical, keen professional and a life-long learner. Challenges in medicine are constantly there. For each patient complain, an arsenal of differential diagnoses exist; which one spots the accurate disease for that particular individual constitutes the secret of the profession for the doctor but a matter of life or death for the patient.
has always been a renowned and prestigious place for the study of medicine. Since its establishment in 1996, the faculty has so far graduated 2050 physicians, serving our local community and enriching the whole world with competent and skillful doctors. UMST administrators, staff and students strive to excel in their duties to achieve its mission: high quality medical education, health services and research. The faculty is already registered in the WHO Directory of the International Medical Schools, the Arab Association of Medical Schools, the Sudanese Association of Medical Schools, as well as in many other similar lists. Currently, all stakeholders are working hard to fulfill the WFME criteria for accreditation, a process that has been ongoing for the last 2 years. The competency of our graduates is unchallengeable as hundreds of UMST graduates are currently working in USA, UK, Australia, the Gulf countries and all around the globe. Finally, it’s our determination, planning and hard work that makes life a joyful and painless experience for everyone. Training to be a doctor in medicine is challenging. The constant advances in diagnosis and treatment of diseases necessitate a balanced curriculum, from teaching good bedside manner, to focusing on technologically oriented techniques in patient-management. Medicine as a discipline is based on science, the art of diagnosis and human touch in patients care. Sudan faces many health problems and these are reflected in the curriculum set by the faculty. With these challenges in mind, the Faculty of Medicine in the University was established in 1996 and all medical courses are studied in English language.
To be a premier medical school that improves health through leadership, diversity, and a collaborative approach to discovery and innovation in patient care, education, and research.
Respect, integrity, equity, innovation, teamwork, excellence.
FoM-UMST is dedicated to excellence in medical education, health care and scientific research, achieved by faculty, staff and learners who exhibit the highest principles of humanism and professionalism, in an inclusive culture that embraces diversity, fosters innovation, critical thinking and supports lifelong learning.
Objectives During the medical course the student will: Be educated in multi-Faculty College with rich cultural opportunities offered by the Sudan. Study medicine in Khartoum, a community of wide ethnic, cultural and socio-economic diversity. Develop an inquiring and critical approach to learning. Understand the scientific principle of medicine. Learn about patients in a variety of settings, in the hospital, health centre and the community. Learn the essentials of good clinical practice, which will be based on the core knowledge, skills and attitudes required for the safe practice of medicine. The student will learn about: Health and its promotion. The scientific basis, presentation, management and prevention of the common diseases and the impact of illness on the patient and the patient’s family. The environmental and social basis of health and illness in the context of population. The scientific basis, presentation, management and prevention of the common diseases and the impact of illness on the patient and the patient’s family. How to investigate a patient, and determine the cause of illness in a community and how to research in disease and promotion of health. How to base judgment on scientific evidence and not on impression.
The curriculum is based on a modified traditional curricula where integration of basic medical sciences is done with clinical teaching early on. It is based on three phases (over ten semesters = five academic years).
The Amipharma Prize: A prize offered by Amipharma Co. annually to the best student in all faculties who scores the highest mark in the Chemistry examination of the first semester, provided that the mark is not less than grade “A” and no “F” grade is present in other subjects.
For a degree in Medicine: MB and B.S. 5 Academic years 1,500,000 SDG per year for home students $10,000 per year for international students For more information on UMST’s tuition fees,