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It features several institutes, academic units and research centers including Mycetoma Research Center, Soba University Hospital, Saad Abualila Hospital, Dr. Salma Dialysis centre, Institute of Endemic Diseases and U of K publishing house. The Sudan Library, a section of the university's library, serves as the national library of Sudan.
Kosti • Ecology, Evolution, Environment
The Teachers college was established in 1995 AD. This was followed in 1999 by the Centre for Peace Studies, Computer Center and College of additional studies, which evolved into the Faculty of Community Development. The Graduate School was established in 2001. As of September 2011, the university was a member in good standing of the Association of African Universities.
Khartoum • Business
Al Ubayyid • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food
It features several institutes, academic units and research centres including Gum Arabic Research Centre, Centre for Intermediate Technology in Agriculture and Deanship for Research and Postgraduate Training.
It is a member of the Federation of the Universities of the Islamic World.
Somtobar • Theology, Religion
It is run by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and is part of its system of higher education the Seventh-day Adventist education system, the world's second largest Christian school system.
Nile Valley University is a member of the Federation of the Universities of the Islamic World. As of September 2011, the university was a member in good standing of the Association of African Universities.
Eriba • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food • Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology • Oncology • Neurosciences, Neurology
Research groups in ERIBA study ageing biology and stem cells, cellular biochemistry, gene regulation in ageing and age-related diseases, genetic instability, genome structure ageing, genomic instability in development and disease, molecular mechanisms in lifespan regulation, molecular neurobiology of ageing, quantitative epigenetics, stem cell regulation and telomeres and genome integrity.
Nyala University is a member of the Federation of the Universities of the Islamic World. It is also a member of the Association of African Universities.
In 2005 there was a dispute between the administration and the students over their exams results, as a result of which the administration decided to close the university. On 25 August 2005 fifteen of the protesting students were arrested by security forces, and some were flogged.
It was created in response to witness student projects which often have great commercial potential but end when the course is completed. The purpose of SDWorks was to turn these works into reality.
Together with the students, SDWorks helps to develop and refine their ideas into real world products. They manufacture the designs on site at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Industrial Center or license to industrial partners. Profits are split between the University, the School of Design, teaching staff who worked on the projects, and the student designers.
The Karary Academy of Technology was conceived as tertiary educational institution that would prepare engineering and technological students to meet the needs of the armed forces and military industries, and to guide the relevant scientific research. In 2011, according to Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, Madrid, the university ranked 10,494 in the world, fourth in Sudan. In Sudan, it ranked behind the University of Khartoum, Sudan University of Science and Technology, National Ribat University and ahead of the International University of Africa.
Al Qadarif • Computer Science, Robotics • Economics • Ecology, Evolution, Environment • Cultural Studies • Medicine, General, Internal
Mycetoma is a common health problem, endemic in many tropical and subtropical regions and reported throughout the globe.
The staff members are of medical, health and science backgrounds; they are interested in all facets related to Mycetoma and have good track records in patients’ management, teaching, research and community development. Through clinical and basic research, the staff of the center has continually explored new approaches to patients’ management.
The research programmes and projects carried out in the Center are of a multidisciplinary approach focusing on basic research into the causes and progression of Mycetoma, the translation of new knowledge and technology into novel treatments and the provision of patient care.
Port Sudan • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food • Earth Science • Medicine, General, Internal
There were 8 faculties in this university: Marine Science & fisheries, Engineering, Economic school, Education, Medicine, Science and Earth Science.
Khartoum • Ethnic, Family Studies • Management • Medicine, General, Internal
Khartoum • Medicine, General, Internal • Biomedical Engineering • Computer Science, Robotics • Dentistry, Oral Surgery • Medical Laboratory Technology • Nursing • Pharmacology, Pharmacy • Paediatrics
The UMST offers two master degrees in Nursing (community & paediatrics) and a master degree in Public and Tropical Health.
As of September 2011, the university was a member in good standing of the Association of African Universities.
Omdurman • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food • Medicine, General, Internal
Omdurman Islamic University is a member of the Federation of the Universities of the Islamic World.
The President of the Republic is the sponsor of the University. The University Council is chaired by the Minister of Interior, and the Director General of Sudanese Police Forces is his deputy. The university is ranked 10,402 in the world, third in Sudan. In Sudan, it ranks below the University of Khartoum and the Sudan University of Science and Technology, above Karary University and the International University of Africa.
Initially the university had three faculties: Police Sciences and Law, Medicine and Nursing Sciences. Since then additional faculties have been added: Police Higher Academy, Pharmacy, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Radiological Sciences and Nuclear Medicine, Medicine and Dental Technology, Economic, Administrative & Financial Sciences, Environmental Studies and Disaster Prevention, Computer Studies, Languages and Translation, Abdusalam Elkhabir Faculty for Islamic and Quranic Studies, Technology and Health Sciences, Graduate and Scientific Research, Architecture and Information.
Khartoum • Computer Science, Robotics • Electrical, Electronic
The college offers diplomas in Construction Engineering and Construction, Information Technology and Engineering of medical equipment. It offers Bachelors degrees in Computer Science, Information Systems and Electronic Engineering. The college is a member of the Sudanese University Libraries Consortium.
Khartoum • Telecommunication, Multimedia • Communication • Architecture
Khartoum • Medicine, General, Internal
The university has its origins in the Islamic African Centre, established in Khartoum in 1977 with financial help from Saudi Arabia and other Arab States of the Persian Gulf to train preachers and educate young African Muslims and "imbue them with the Salafist view of Islam." In 1992 the military government of Colonel Omar Al-Bashir upgraded the institute to a university. Although the word "Islamic" was dropped from the title, Islamic studies are an important part of the curriculum. The university has been active in Islamic higher education in sub-Saharan Africa since it was created.
Due to its location and cultural history the Sudan has been hosting a steady flow of groups from neighboring countries who were either in pursuit of knowledge or were on their way to perform hajj pilgrimage (Port Sudan is directly across the Red Sea from Mecca's port city of Jeddah). Some stayed behind either with a shaykh (religious leader) of fleeing religious persecution which set in as a result of European colonization. Others were forced by incessant wars to seek refuge and education in the Sudan. As of 2010 the university had almost 6000 students. Its 93-acre campus is located in the South-Eastern part of Khartoum State.