University of Medical Sciences and Technology

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
Established 1996
Type Private
Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr.
Admin. staff 00
Undergraduates 00
Postgraduates 00
Location Khartoum State, Sudan
Campuses 1

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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