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Welcome to SCOPE!

 

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The Professional Exchange program is a full educational program offering clerkships to medical students abroad. Since the very beginning, in 1951, it was evident that exchange of medical students would be one of the main fields of action in IFMSA. As early as 1952, a total of 463 students spent a period of practice abroad, and today, it continues to be the backbone of the Federation and constitutes its longest running project. Annually, more than 13.000 students from 90 countries travel around the world to discover new health systems, new cultures and to enhance their global health and intercultural understanding.

 

History

The first standing committee within IFMSA was the Standing Committee on Professional Exchange (SCOPE) in 1951. It started small, beginning with only 8 European countries, but since then has grown into one of the most largest student-run exchange program in the world, with more than 11.000 medical students participating every year from 98 National Member Organizations. The SCOPE exchange program is a quality educational and cultural experience organized entirely by medical students with the help of their medical faculties. Since 2003 until today, 103.354 students went on exchange with SCOPE, in 98 National Member Organizations and 923 Local Committees & universities around the world.

 

Mission

The aim of SCOPE is to promote cultural understanding and co-operation amongst medical students and all health professionals, through the facilitation of international student exchanges. SCOPE aims to give all students the opportunity to learn about global health, and attains this partly by having its exchanges accredited by medical faculties across the world

 

 

Objectives

   -To increase the mobility and to widen the horizon of medical students worldwide;

  -To provide medical students with the possibility to experience healthcare in another culture with different health and education systems, and to learn how differences in culture and believes are of influence;

    -To create possibilities for medical students to learn about global health issues, primary health concerns and basic epidemiology of the host country, and how it differs from their home country;

   -To contribute to the education of a future health professionals with a global vision and to contribute to medical students personal development, self-reliance and openness in becoming future health professionals;

     -To provide students with the chance to improve their medical knowledge, their vision on medical issues and their practical knowledge depending on the regulations of the host country;

    -To facilitate the connection of medical students and other health professionals and to provide a platform for future cooperation amongst medical students with each other and with health professionals across the globe;

    -To maintain affordable professional exchange tuition through its governing body to ensure that medical students within the National Member Organizations can participate in the exchanges with a minimal financial burden;

       -To make sure students are aware of the ethical aspects regarding their exchange to assure the burden on society, patients, the recourses and the healthcare system is as limited as possible;

  -To promote tolerance towards differences and similarities within health and towards patients regardless of their sex, religion, or believes.

 

 

 

 

 

  • About SCOPE

    MedSIN-Sudan's Standing Committee on Professional Exchange (SCOPE) forms the national arm of the International Federation of medical Students' Associations' (IFMSA) professional exchange program in Sudan. The standing committee was first established in Sudan under the mission of promoting cultural understanding and cooperation amongst medical students and all health professionals.

    The standing committee facilitates the participation of more than [30] Sudanese-based medical students every

     

     

    year in clinical student exchange programs around the world. The standing committee serves and represents students from [seven] different medical schools around the country.

    The standing committee is governed by the National Exchange Officer (NEO) and the national team (on the national level) and by local exchange officers (LEO) on the institutional level. You can learn more about MedSIN-Sudan exchange program consult our explore exchange section or click here .

     

     

     

  •  About Leadership

    [Message from the NEO – Ahmad Elbella:

     

    “Welcome to the Land of the Black Pharaohs, the Land of the Great Nile, the Land where the sun never sets. Welcome to Sudan.”         With her rich history of medical excellence, Sudan is the optimum choice for anyone wanting to participate in this once in a lifetime experience. MedSIN-Sudan currently hosts students in over 30 different hospitals, with a vast array of departments available for all incoming students. She also retains some of the region’s most prominent, internationally heralded physicians who operate in a wide variety of clinical fields, prime amongst them, the department of Tropical Medicine.

    Our 7 Local Committees participating in SCOPE:

     

     

     1) University of Khartoum

     2) Ahfad University for Women

     3) Al-Zaiem Al-Azhari University

     4) University of Bakhtulruda

     5) Omdurman Islamic University

    6) Ribat National University

     7) Al-Nileen University        Here at MedSIN-Sudan, we pride ourselves in our professionalism, hospitality, and our goal of seeking perfection in all aspects. We can promise that wherever it is you come from, you will feel at home. So come and visit the land where the true heart of Africa cries out to your very soul.

    Bleed Blue my Friends, Ahmad Elbella NEO of MedSIN-Sudan, 2017-2018.]

     

     

     

  • About Local Committees (LCs)


    University of Khartoum

    The University of Khartoum is the largest and oldest university in Sudan. Founded as Gordon Memorial College in 1902, The University of Khartoum currently ranks as the best university in Sudan. With its plethora of institutes, research centers, and associated hospitals, and internationally notable alumni,  the University of Khartoum is the place to be . learn more

     

     

     


    Omdurman Islamic University

    Established in 1988, it was one of the first colleges to take the curriculum of “Medical education oriented toward community and problem based learning” as a method of medical education. Throughout its 27 years, our college advanced & developed its structure and now it’s ranked as one of the best colleges in our country. Attracting students all over Sudan to attend it & become a member of its community. Our college will not disappoint your expectations . learn more .

     

     

     


    National Ribat University

    Based in the city of Khartoum, Sudan and sponsored by the president himself, NRU ranks as one of Sudan’s most prestigious universities. learn more .

     

     

     

    University of Bakhtalruda  learn more .

    Al-Nileen University learn more .

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The Professional Exchange program is a full educational program offering clerkships to medical students abroad. Since the very beginning, in 1951, it was evident that exchange of medical students would be one of the main fields of action in IFMSA. As early as 1952, a total of 463 students spent a period of practice abroad, and today, it continues to be the backbone of the Federation and constitutes its longest running project. Annually, more than 13.000 students from 90 countries travel around the world to discover new health systems, new cultures and to enhance their global health and intercultural understanding.

 

History

The first standing committee within IFMSA was the Standing Committee on Professional Exchange (SCOPE) in 1951. It started small, beginning with only 8 European countries, but since then has grown into one of the most largest student-run exchange program in the world, with more than 11.000 medical students participating every year from 98 National Member Organizations. The SCOPE exchange program is a quality educational and cultural experience organized entirely by medical students with the help of their medical faculties. Since 2003 until today, 103.354 students went on exchange with SCOPE, in 98 National Member Organizations and 923 Local Committees & universities around the world.

 

Mission

The aim of SCOPE is to promote cultural understanding and co-operation amongst medical students and all health professionals, through the facilitation of international student exchanges. SCOPE aims to give all students the opportunity to learn about global health, and attains this partly by having its exchanges accredited by medical faculties across the world

 

 

Objectives

   -To increase the mobility and to widen the horizon of medical students worldwide;

  -To provide medical students with the possibility to experience healthcare in another culture with different health and education systems, and to learn how differences in culture and believes are of influence;

    -To create possibilities for medical students to learn about global health issues, primary health concerns and basic epidemiology of the host country, and how it differs from their home country;

   -To contribute to the education of a future health professionals with a global vision and to contribute to medical students personal development, self-reliance and openness in becoming future health professionals;

     -To provide students with the chance to improve their medical knowledge, their vision on medical issues and their practical knowledge depending on the regulations of the host country;

    -To facilitate the connection of medical students and other health professionals and to provide a platform for future cooperation amongst medical students with each other and with health professionals across the globe;

    -To maintain affordable professional exchange tuition through its governing body to ensure that medical students within the National Member Organizations can participate in the exchanges with a minimal financial burden;

       -To make sure students are aware of the ethical aspects regarding their exchange to assure the burden on society, patients, the recourses and the healthcare system is as limited as possible;

  -To promote tolerance towards differences and similarities within health and towards patients regardless of their sex, religion, or believes.

 

 

 

 

 

  • About SCOPE

    MedSIN-Sudan's Standing Committee on Professional Exchange (SCOPE) forms the national arm of the International Federation of medical Students' Associations' (IFMSA) professional exchange program in Sudan. The standing committee was first established in Sudan under the mission of promoting cultural understanding and cooperation amongst medical students and all health professionals.

    The standing committee facilitates the participation of more than [30] Sudanese-based medical students every

     

     

    year in clinical student exchange programs around the world. The standing committee serves and represents students from [seven] different medical schools around the country.

    The standing committee is governed by the National Exchange Officer (NEO) and the national team (on the national level) and by local exchange officers (LEO) on the institutional level. You can learn more about MedSIN-Sudan exchange program consult our explore exchange section or click here .

     

     

     

  •  About Leadership

    [Message from the NEO – Ahmad Elbella:

     

    “Welcome to the Land of the Black Pharaohs, the Land of the Great Nile, the Land where the sun never sets. Welcome to Sudan.”         With her rich history of medical excellence, Sudan is the optimum choice for anyone wanting to participate in this once in a lifetime experience. MedSIN-Sudan currently hosts students in over 30 different hospitals, with a vast array of departments available for all incoming students. She also retains some of the region’s most prominent, internationally heralded physicians who operate in a wide variety of clinical fields, prime amongst them, the department of Tropical Medicine.

    Our 7 Local Committees participating in SCOPE:

     

     

     1) University of Khartoum

     2) Ahfad University for Women

     3) Al-Zaiem Al-Azhari University

     4) University of Bakhtulruda

     5) Omdurman Islamic University

    6) Ribat National University

     7) Al-Nileen University        Here at MedSIN-Sudan, we pride ourselves in our professionalism, hospitality, and our goal of seeking perfection in all aspects. We can promise that wherever it is you come from, you will feel at home. So come and visit the land where the true heart of Africa cries out to your very soul.

    Bleed Blue my Friends, Ahmad Elbella NEO of MedSIN-Sudan, 2017-2018.]

     

     

     

  • About Local Committees (LCs)


    University of Khartoum

    The University of Khartoum is the largest and oldest university in Sudan. Founded as Gordon Memorial College in 1902, The University of Khartoum currently ranks as the best university in Sudan. With its plethora of institutes, research centers, and associated hospitals, and internationally notable alumni,  the University of Khartoum is the place to be . learn more

     

     

     


    Omdurman Islamic University

    Established in 1988, it was one of the first colleges to take the curriculum of “Medical education oriented toward community and problem based learning” as a method of medical education. Throughout its 27 years, our college advanced & developed its structure and now it’s ranked as one of the best colleges in our country. Attracting students all over Sudan to attend it & become a member of its community. Our college will not disappoint your expectations . learn more .

     

     

     


    National Ribat University

    Based in the city of Khartoum, Sudan and sponsored by the president himself, NRU ranks as one of Sudan’s most prestigious universities. learn more .

     

     

     

    University of Bakhtalruda  learn more .

    Al-Nileen University learn more .

The Professional Exchange program is a full educational program offering clerkships to medical students abroad. Since the very beginning, in 1951, it was evident that exchange of medical students would be one of the main fields of action in IFMSA. As early as 1952, a total of 463 students spent a period of practice abroad, and today, it continues to be the backbone of the Federation and constitutes its longest running project. Annually, more than 13.000 students from 90 countries travel around the world to discover new health systems, new cultures and to enhance their global health and intercultural understanding.

 

History

The first standing committee within IFMSA was the Standing Committee on Professional Exchange (SCOPE) in 1951. It started small, beginning with only 8 European countries, but since then has grown into one of the most largest student-run exchange program in the world, with more than 11.000 medical students participating every year from 98 National Member Organizations. The SCOPE exchange program is a quality educational and cultural experience organized entirely by medical students with the help of their medical faculties. Since 2003 until today, 103.354 students went on exchange with SCOPE, in 98 National Member Organizations and 923 Local Committees & universities around the world.

 

Mission

The aim of SCOPE is to promote cultural understanding and co-operation amongst medical students and all health professionals, through the facilitation of international student exchanges. SCOPE aims to give all students the opportunity to learn about global health, and attains this partly by having its exchanges accredited by medical faculties across the world

Objectives

   -To increase the mobility and to widen the horizon of medical students worldwide;

  -To provide medical students with the possibility to experience healthcare in another culture with different health and education systems, and to learn how differences in culture and believes are of influence;

    -To create possibilities for medical students to learn about global health issues, primary health concerns and basic epidemiology of the host country, and how it differs from their home country;

   -To contribute to the education of a future health professionals with a global vision and to contribute to medical students personal development, self-reliance and openness in becoming future health professionals;

     -To provide students with the chance to improve their medical knowledge, their vision on medical issues and their practical knowledge depending on the regulations of the host country;

    -To facilitate the connection of medical students and other health professionals and to provide a platform for future cooperation amongst medical students with each other and with health professionals across the globe;

    -To maintain affordable professional exchange tuition through its governing body to ensure that medical students within the National Member Organizations can participate in the exchanges with a minimal financial burden;

       -To make sure students are aware of the ethical aspects regarding their exchange to assure the burden on society, patients, the recourses and the healthcare system is as limited as possible;

  -To promote tolerance towards differences and similarities within health and towards patients regardless of their sex, religion, or believes.

 

 

  • About SCOPE

    MedSIN-Sudan's Standing Committee on Professional Exchange (SCOPE) forms the national arm of the International Federation of medical Students' Associations' (IFMSA) professional exchange program in Sudan. The standing committee was first established in Sudan under the mission of promoting cultural understanding and cooperation amongst medical students and all health professionals.

    The standing committee facilitates the participation of more than [30] Sudanese-based medical students every year in clinical student exchange programs around the world. The standing committee serves and represents students from [seven] different medical schools around the country.

    The standing committee is governed by the National Exchange Officer (NEO) and the national team (on the national level) and by local exchange officers (LEO) on the institutional level. You can learn more about MedSIN-Sudan exchange program consult our explore exchange section or click here .

     

     

  •  About Leadership

    [Message from the NEO – Ahmad Elbella:

     

    “Welcome to the Land of the Black Pharaohs, the Land of the Great Nile, the Land where the sun never sets. Welcome to Sudan.”         With her rich history of medical excellence, Sudan is the optimum choice for anyone wanting to participate in this once in a lifetime experience. MedSIN-Sudan currently hosts students in over 30 different hospitals, with a vast array of departments available for all incoming students. She also retains some of the region’s most prominent, internationally heralded physicians who operate in a wide variety of clinical fields, prime amongst them, the department of Tropical Medicine.

    Our 7 Local Committees participating in SCOPE:

     1) University of Khartoum

     2) Ahfad University for Women

     3) Al-Zaiem Al-Azhari University

     4) University of Bakhtulruda

     5) Omdurman Islamic University

    6) Ribat National University

     7) Al-Nileen University        Here at MedSIN-Sudan, we pride ourselves in our professionalism, hospitality, and our goal of seeking perfection in all aspects. We can promise that wherever it is you come from, you will feel at home. So come and visit the land where the true heart of Africa cries out to your very soul.

    Bleed Blue my Friends, Ahmad Elbella NEO of MedSIN-Sudan, 2017-2018.]

     

     

     

  • About Local Committees (LCs)


    University of Khartoum

    The University of Khartoum is the largest and oldest university in Sudan. Founded as Gordon Memorial College in 1902, The University of Khartoum currently ranks as the best university in Sudan. With its plethora of institutes, research centers, and associated hospitals, and internationally notable alumni,  the University of Khartoum is the place to be . learn more

     

     

     


    Omdurman Islamic University

    Established in 1988, it was one of the first colleges to take the curriculum of “Medical education oriented toward community and problem based learning” as a method of medical education. Throughout its 27 years, our college advanced & developed its structure and now it’s ranked as one of the best colleges in our country. Attracting students all over Sudan to attend it & become a member of its community. Our college will not disappoint your expectations . learn more .

     

     

     


    National Ribat University

    Based in the city of Khartoum, Sudan and sponsored by the president himself, NRU ranks as one of Sudan’s most prestigious universities. learn more .

     

    University of Bakhtalruda  learn more .

    Al-Nileen University learn more .