Vision and mission


The Faculty of Medicine, Eldaein University -- Sudan strives towards developing the highest standards of academic and clinical excellence. The various parts of this program aim to produce ethically responsible, innovative, critically thinking professionals committed to meeting the health and developmental needs of all communities in the Sudan and the rest of the world, appropriately and efficiently. The programs teach the students how to learn and continue as lifelong learners. The Program aims to be the most respected of its kind, as evidenced by high quality of premises, up-to-date administration and governance, job- and research-directed instruction, to produce a very high quality of graduates in their ethical, professional and scholarly contribution.


A student interested in joining the Faculty of Medicine, has to:

  1. Obtain pass mark in seven subjects including: Arabic language, religious studies, English language, mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology. International students who have not studied Arabic and religious studies may have more alternative subjects from an approved list of subjects published in the webpage of Ministry of Higher Education.
  2. Achieve the percentage in Sudan School Certificate announced every year (International students may have 10% less in the School Certificate scores.
  3. Apply electronically though the website of the Admission and Accreditation Office, Ministry of Higher Education, or apply directly in Admission Office in Eldaein University, and pass the health examination, aptitude tests and interview at the Faculty of Medicine.


Students qualified with this bachelor degree [MB BS] pass through the track designated by the Sudan Medical Council, and so are temporarily registered with the Council. After working for a period defined by the Ministry of Health in each discipline/specialization, graduates sit for the licensing exam to obtain permanent registration with the Sudan Medical Council. Qualified grads serve as general practitioners in the public or private sector. They may upgrade to MD/PhD or licenses in basic sciences from public view in the public or private sector, and can qualify for doctor’s degree programs or fellowships in basic sciences (anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry) or clinical sciences (medicine or its sub-disciplines, surgery and sub-disciplines, obstetrics, gynecology, paediatrics, and oncology) or diagnostic (pathology, immunology, microbiology, radiology and ghost imaging) or community medicine (community medicine and public health, health statistics, and forensic medicine) to qualify as a consultant in any of the mentioned disciplines to work in the healthcare services and/or in university teaching. The graduate may be interested in managerial, commercial, industrial or charity career, related to one of the various specialties in the discipline.

International graduates can follow the same track if they preferred to stay in the Sudan, but may also start their registration and internship in their own countries or residence