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National University – Sudan
Former name National College for Medical and Technical Studies (2005-2014)
The National University – Sudan is an educational institution based in the city of Khartoum, Sudan. As of September 2011, the university was a member of the Association of African Universities.
In 2005 NUSU started as a college (National College for Medical and Technical Studies). The MHESR approved the start with 4 bachelor programmers (medicine, pharmacy, physiotherapy and health informatics) and 3-year diploma of physiotherapy.
In 2006 the college added bachelor programmers of Dentistry and Radiography.
In 2008, the college added bachelor of nursing and midwifery, medical laboratory technology, and administrative studies (business administration, accounting, marketing and management information systems).
In 2009 the college became the first and the only ISO-9001-2008 certified higher education institution in Sudan, for its quality management of academic programmers.
THE World University Impact Rankings – Times Higher Education
- international Relations and Diplomatic Studies
- Administrative Sciences
- Medical Laboratory Sciences
- Nursing and Midwifery
- Computer Science and Information Technology