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Overview
Dean : Prof. Mohamed Maged El-Dieb, Ph.D.
Egypt is a traditional leader in the Middle East in the field of higher medical education. In recent years, and due to the admission of increasingly large numbers in the governmental universities, Egypt’s leading status was seriously threatened. Some major and decisive factors in the proper teaching and training of the undergraduates in the medical field are the efficient knowledge deliverance as well as the close interaction between the student and the teacher.

The availability of well-equipped medical laboratories for histology, medical biochemistry, physiology, pathology, etc., as well as a fully integrated anatomy facility are fundamental to the preparation of a reliable and knowledgeable future general medical practitioners.

The student / instructor ratio is again a very sensitive criterion in this specialisation. All of these factors have prompted the University to tackle the complex undertaking of forming a modern College of Medicine offering viable solutions to these issues.

MUST’s College of Medicine was born strong and efficient. The grouping of the well-respected professors in this college, together with the support of all the required facilities yielded a leading institution in this vital educational field. Each student has the unparalleled opportunity to perform the essential training in a comfortable and caring atmosphere. Highly-equipped laboratories, museums, dissecting rooms, multimedia labs and an ample supply of library materials assist the student to follow the most recent advances in his/her field of interest. The openness to the worldwide information resources—available through several linkages with renowned libraries on North America and Europe—allows the students to acquire advanced knowledge and eventually interact with a wealth of available teaching, research and practical studies. The clinical training in the final years occurs in the University Hospital, which is highly--equipped with surgical theatres, intensive care unit and all outpatient specialised clinics. Also, Radiology Department and clinical laboratories complete the investigations and clinical teaching program. After graduation, students will be appointed as ‘house officers’ for one year in the University Hospital or in other governmental hospitals.