Admissions Regulations

Admissions Regulations

Admissions Regulations

Eligible Candidates:

The following should be read together with Nile University Admissions Regulations.

  1. The candidate must have passed the Sudan School Certificate with the aggregate announced each year for each degree. Or in the average of three major subjects required by the degree; the subjects will be specified for each degree by the admissions committee and approved by the Faculty Board & the Central Admissions administration of M. of H. E.
  2. Students holding the above qualifications should have passed the examination no more than 2 years prior to the time of application.
  3. Higher secondary school certificates or equivalent examinations recognized by the Central Admissions Administration of the M. of H. E.
  4. Students may be required to produce certificates of proficiency in English.
  5. Foreign nationals will have to provide authentic documents and clear visa procedures.

 

Application Procedure:

The following should be read together with Nile University Admissions Regulations.

  1. Applicants should provide the following:
  2. Candidates should complete the application form for the programe they intend to join.
  3. An authentic record of their academic certificate showing the scores obtained in each subject.
  4. An interview for those students short listed after scrutiny of their academic record.
  5. An entrance examination may be held for those students competing for acceptance. The entrance examination shall consist of the main pre-requisite subjects (Biology, Chemistry, Physics and English language for the medical and health sciences).
  6. Students eligible for acceptance and their parents/guardians will be required to sign an undertaking in accordance with the rules of the Nile University.

The Ten Codes of Conduct

Future doctors, health care professionals and graduates in other fields are required to embody high standards of professionalism, founded on upright moral and social conduct. Professional behavior not only stresses the need to engage with social clinical situations with appropriate scientific and systematic methods, but also to approach clients, colleagues, patients and their relatives in a manner which fosters respect and trust.

Nile University considers its role in promoting professional conduct of central importance to its mission; and believes that professional behavior must commence from the outset of one’s education. To achieve this, students are expected to abide by the following code of conduct at all times:

  1. Students are expected to demonstrate responsibility and honesty compatible with the practice of their profession.
  2. Students are required to wear a white coat and a name tag while in laboratories and hospital. Lab coats should not be worn outside labs or university premises or hospitals.
  3. Students are required to don theater wear such as gowns, caps, masks and footwear while attending operations.
  4. Students are required to observe a modest, respectable & professional dress code at all times. Details will be found in Student Conduct regulation.
  5. Smoking is prohibited in Nile University buildings affiliated facilities and teaching hospitals.
  6. Disorderly behavior will not be tolerated at any time in or around the University campus or affiliated locations.
  7. Dishonest and disorderly behavior during examinations can lead to expulsion from the University.
  8. Evidence of involvement in a criminal or civil offense, or submitting false evidence or information will lead to expulsion from the University.
  9. Willful spoiling or destruction of University equipment, furniture, or property will be penalized.
  10. Students may face expulsion if they commit violence against fellow students or staff members.