Teaching program

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Teaching program:

Program Name: Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery - Faculty of Medicine - University of Suez



General framework of the program:

  • The teaching program of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Suez is based on the European Accredited Point System (ECTS)

The curriculum builds on the competencies that the graduate must acquire to provide the services required in the Competency Based Medical Education (CBME) community and includes the following competencies:

  • The graduate as a healthcare provider
  • The graduate as a developer and supporter of health care
  • Basic medical knowledge and information
  • Professional medical ethics in practice.
  • The graduate as a member of the health team and part of the health care system.
  • Evidence-based practice and lifelong learning.

College Policy

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College Policy:

Degrees and programs:

  The Council of the Faculty of Human Medicine, the University of Suez is granted a bachelor's degree in medicine and surgery.

And there is no division of students in the bachelor's level; all students are studying in all the scientific departments in the college:

  1. Anatomy and embryology
  2. Pathology
  3. Medical Microbiology and Immunology
  4. Medical Physiology (Physiology)
  5. Department of histology and cell biology includes the medical genetics unit.
  6. Medical Parasites
  7. Medical biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  8. Clinical pharmacology
  9. Public Health, Community Medicine, Environmental Medicine and Industrial Medicine
  10. Medical education
  11. Forensic Medicine and Clinical Toxicology
  12. Family Medicine
  13. Diagnostic Radiology
  14. Pediatrics and Neonatology.
  15. Dermatological, reproductive and masculine diseases
  16. Infectious diseases and diseases of the digestive system and endemic liver
  17. Obstetrics and Gynecology
  18. Mental and neurological diseases
  19. Ear, Nose and Throat
  20. Clinical Pathology
  21. Internal Medicine includes units (diseases of blood - endocrine - kidney diseases)
  22. Chest Diseases
  23. Anesthesia and intensive care
  24. General surgery includes units (vascular surgery - plastic surgery - pediatric surgery)
  25. Orthopedic surgery
  26. Cardio-Thoracic Surgery
  27. Neurosurgery
  28. Urology Surgery
  29. Physical medicine, rheumatism and rehabilitation
  30. Ophthalmology
  31. Emergency medicine
  32. Tumor therapy and nuclear medicine
  33. Heart and blood vessels.
  • Additional departments may be added when needed as the suggestion of the College Council and approved by the University Council

Graduates Attributes and Competencies

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Civil Engineering Program Mission

To graduate civil engineers with distinguished competitive level in local, regional and international markets by providing an excellent atmosphere of study represented in high caliber faculty members and appropriate infrastructure through advanced laboratory equipment and appropriate library facilities. The students thus acquire information and skills concerning latest development in civil engineering applications.


Mechanical Engineering Program Mission

To graduate mechanical engineers with distinguished competitive level in local, regional and international markets by providing an excellent atmosphere of study represented in high caliber faculty members and appropriate infrastructure through advanced laboratory equipment and appropriate library facilities. The students thus acquire information and skills concerning latest development in mechanical engineering applications.


Graduate Attributes for all Engineering Graduates according to the National Academic Reference Standards (NARS 2018)

  1. Master a wide spectrum of engineering knowledge and specialized skills and can apply acquired knowledge using theories and abstract thinking in real life situations;
  2. Apply analytic critical and systemic thinking to identify, diagnose and solve engineering problems with a wide range of complexity and variation;
  3. Behave professionally and adhere to engineering ethics and standards;
  4. Work in and lead a heterogeneous team of professionals from different engineering specialties and assume responsibility for own and team performance;
  5. Recognize his/her role in promoting the engineering field and contribute in the development of the profession and the community;
  6. Value the importance of the environment, both physical and natural, and work to promote sustainability principles;
  7. Use techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice;
  8. Assume full responsibility for own learning and self-development, engage in lifelong learning and demonstrate the capacity to engage in post- graduate and research studies;
  9. Communicate effectively using different modes and in different languages and audiences, use digital tools and media to deal with academic/professional challenges in a critical and creative manner;
  10. Demonstrate leadership qualities, business administration and entrepreneurial skills.


Engineering Graduates Competencies

The graduates of any engineering program should be able to:

  1. Identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying engineering fundamentals, basic science and mathematics.
  2. Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation and/or simulation, analyze and interpret data, assess and evaluate findings, and use statistical analyses and objective engineering judgment to draw conclusions.
  3. Apply engineering design processes to produce cost-effective solutions that meet specified needs with consideration for global, cultural, social, economic, environmental, ethical and other aspects as appropriate to the discipline and within the principles and contexts of sustainable design and development.
  4. Utilize contemporary technologies, codes of practice and standards, quality guidelines, health and safety requirements, environmental issues and risk management principles.
  5. Practice research techniques and methods of investigation as an inherent part of learning.
  6. Plan, supervise and monitor implementation of engineering projects.
  7. Function efficiently as an individual and as a member of multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams.
  8. Communicate effectively – graphically, verbally and in writing – with a range of audiences using contemporary tools.
  9. Use creative, innovative and flexible thinking and acquire entrepreneurial and leadership skills to anticipate and respond to new situations.
  10. Acquire and apply new knowledge; and practice self, lifelong and other learning strategies.


Civil Engineering Competencies

In addition to the above competencies for all engineering programs the BASIC CIVIL engineering graduate must be able to:

  1. Select appropriate and sustainable technologies for construction of buildings, infrastructures and water structures; using either numerical techniques or physical measurements and/or testing by applying a full range of civil engineering concepts and techniques of: Structural Analysis and Mechanics, Properties and Strength of Materials, Surveying, Soil Mechanics and Fluid Mechanics.
  2. Achieve an optimum design of Reinforced Concrete and Steel Structures, Foundations and Earth Retaining Structures; and at least three of the following civil engineering topics: Transportation and Traffic, Roadways and Airports, Railways, Sanitary Works, Irrigation, Water Resources and Harbors; or any other emerging field relevant to the discipline.
  3. Plan and manage construction processes; address construction defects, instability and quality issues; and maintain safety measures in construction and materials.
  4. Deal with biddings, contracts and financial issues including project insurance and guarantees; and assess environmental impacts of civil engineering projects.


Mechanical Engineering Competencies

In addition to the above competencies for all engineering programs the BASIC MECHANICAL engineering graduate must be able to:

  1. Model, analyze and design physical systems applicable to the specific discipline by applying the concepts of: Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics, solid Mechanics, Material Processing, Material Properties, Measurements, Instrumentation, Control Theory and Systems, Mechanical Design and Analysis, Dynamics and Vibrations.
  2. Carry out designs of mechanical systems and machine elements using appropriate materials both traditional means and computer-aided tools and software contemporary to the mechanical engineering field.
  3. Select conventional mechanical equipment according to the required performance.
  4. Adopt suitable national and international standards and codes to: design, build, operate, inspect and maintain mechanical equipment and systems.

Study system

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Study system:

  • the duration of the study to obtain a bachelor's degree "five years" distributed at the following stages:

1) The first stage includes the first and second years.

2) The second stage includes the third, fourth and fifth years.

  • The volume of work includes all educational activities from attending lectures, seminars, discussion sessions, outcome sessions, practical and clinical training, skills lab, field training and learning sessions through team work, self-learning and project preparation.
  • The number of working hours ranges from 1500 to 1800 hours for the academic year.
  • Number of working weeks during the academic year 30-36 weeks distributed 15- 18 per semester.
  • 50 hours of work hours (equivalent to 2 credit points).
  1. Number of credits: credits for the program as a whole 300.
  2. The number of years of the first and second stages and the number of semesters in each stage:

The first stage: consists of two years and four semesters.

The second stage consists of three years and six semesters.

  1. The number of credit points for each academic week calculated 1.5 credit points per semester.
  2. Actual number of hours per credit point: the credit point is 30 actual hours.
  3. Number of degrees per credit point: each credit point equal to 20 degrees.

About the educational system in the college:

The educational system relies on the integration of activities within the college with community activities to ensure the integration of knowledge and skills to meet the needs of the community and to prevent repetition of unnecessary activities in successive years of education and in order not to miss knowledge or skills on the other hand.

This is in addition to the integration and overlap of basic educational materials with clinical and horizontal educational materials and the linking of topics in the form of areas and concepts through integrated educational groups also include behavioral sciences and social sciences as well as medical sciences.

Dean's Word

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Speech of the Dean: Prof. Dr. Said Hamid Abadi

Welcome to our website. Our “Suez Medical School “has been established in 2017, started and accepted our first patch in 2018. Our School adopted the new educational system in Medicine (5+2) which approved to be used in all schools of Medicine in Egypt in the year 2018/2019. 

The school adopts an integrated  , community oriented curriculum, emphasizing self-learning, continues updating, early clinical exposure from year one,  mastering of skills and first and foremost moral integrity and sound ethical attitudes, without which medical practice would degenerate into quacking.

Our teaching strategies depend on the recent strategies like team based learning, small group learning, and problem based leaning. 

Dear guests of our website, I believe that your contributions will be a significant potential, enabling us to innovate, improve and update our approaches. So, we would be grateful to receive your comments, criticism, opinions or suggestions through the electronic mail, conventional mail or in-site visits to our school.