The University of Medical Sciences and Technology (UMST) is a mainly medical oriented college in Khartoum, Sudan. It is located in the Riyad district of Khartoum. It first opened its doors in 1996 with a student body of only forty students and two faculties. It is now home to over one thousand students and eleven faculties.
|University of Medical Sciences and Technologies|
|Location||Khartoum State, Sudan|
The UMST began as a private, non-profit making educational institution, in Khartoum, Sudan, which was established in 1996 to serve the educational needs of Sudanese, African and Arab students. In a few years the Academy has expanded to ten faculties, namely, Medicine, Pharmacy, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Dentistry, Dental Technology, Nursing, Computer Sciences, Administrative & Financial Sciences Biomedical Engineering and Anaesthetic Sciences. It became a full university in 2007.
The UMST offers two master degrees in Nursing (community & paediatrics) and a master degree in Public and Tropical Health.
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