School of Medicine

Medicine

Degree and Title:
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B. B. Ch)

Study Hours/Academic Levels:
21-26 total credit hours per year/5 academic levels

Meet the Dean

Professor. Dr. Ahmad M. Makhlouf

Professor Makhlouf is the current Dean of the School of Medicine at BUC.

He was the former Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Assiut University, Egypt.

He held many prestigious positions including Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Director of Medical Education Development Center, Assiut University.

He is the current Head of the Scientific Council of the Egyptian Fellowship of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and a current Board Member in the Planning Committee, Medical Sector, Supreme Council of Universities, Egypt.

He is the current Councilor of the Medical Education Development Centre, Assiut University, and an Expert and Reviewer at the National Agency of Quality Assurance and Accreditation, a current Member of the National License Examination Higher Committee, current Member of the National Committee for Reform of Medical Education, and current Supervisor of the undergraduate medical programs in Upper Egypt Universities.

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Meet the Vice Dean

Prof. Dr. Ghada Eldorry

Ghada Eldorry is a professor of pediatric neurodisability and the Vice-dean of the School of Medicine, BUC.

Professor Ghada earned her MD in pediatrics from Ain Shams University. She has a Master of pediatric neurology from Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy, and a Diploma in pediatric neurodisability from Sheffield, UK.

Dr. Ghada is the Founder of the center for children with special needs, Ain Shams University, and former dean of the faculty of postgraduate childhood studies at Ain Shams University.

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About

Our new school strives to position itself at the forefront of the challenges of significant transformation in medical education. We offer an innovative curriculum addressing the academic requirements of physicians for future medical practice.

Our medical program utilizes a competency-based curriculum focusing on best practices in patient care, delivered through innovative teaching strategies; a digital classroom, an advanced simulation center, a comprehensive library, and streamlined integrated courses ensuring a seamless transition from basic to clinical science applications.

Dean’s Word

The School of Medicine at BUC Egypt is devoted to graduating physicians and developing human resources that can bring hope and relief to those suffering from ailments and illnesses.

As the Dean, and on behalf of the faculty, staff, administration, and current students, I welcome you with great pleasure.

Medical education is undergoing a significant transformation and we invite you to join us as we move forward on this exciting journey of student-centered medical education for patient-centered health care.

It is an excellent time to prepare for a career in medicine given the advances in curriculum design, learning theory, and technologically assisted information acquisition, evidence-based practice, analyses, and dissemination.

This school has taken their understanding and commitment to educate future physicians by integrating innovative strategies in medical training with that of current proven advances in technology. We are proud that our curriculum ensures continuity between the foundational sciences provided by our horizontally and vertically integrated basic and clinical sciences.

We are indeed addressing the needs of the next generation of physicians, who will utilize data at their disposal to provide optimal bedside care as they encourage wellness and prevention. The future is bright for the School of Medicine, and we invite you to join in this exciting effort.

Professor. Dr. Ahmad M. Makhlouf

Dean of Medicine

Strategy

Graduates of school of medicine BUC are well recognized nationally, regionally, and internationally

School of medicine-BUC is committed to promote good quality of health care and wellbeing through providing excellence in medical education, ensuring freedom in clinical research, and positively impacting the society.

  1. The first goal: to develop educational effectiveness to graduate distinguished doctors who are able to compete:

    1. Providing programs according to the latest standards of medical education and keeping pace with the needs of the local, regional and international labor market.
    2. Applying the most effective teaching, learning, training and evaluation strategies to ensure that graduates acquire the competencies and capabilities that qualify for safe professional practice.
    3. Supporting college graduates and strengthening links with employers.

    The second goal: the continuous development of the college’s institutional capacity in accordance with quality assurance standards:

    1. Applying standards to ensure the quality of leadership, governance and the administrative apparatus.
    2. Sustainable development of the capabilities of academics and administrators.
    3. Developing the efficiency of the college’s administrative resources.

    The third goal: Developing the college’s capacity for scientific research and innovation within a moral and ethical framework:

    1. Activating the mechanisms of applying the college’s research plan within the framework of scientific research ethics and intellectual property protection.
    2. Adopting mechanisms to support distinguished scientific publishing.
    3. Active participation in scientific research to contribute to achieving a distinguished position for the university in international classification.

    The fourth goal: deepening the community participation of the college:

    1. Providing health services to the community in partnership with the Ministry of Health and other health service providers.
    2. Providing programs to employ education and scientific research and transfer technology to serve the community and the surrounding environment.
    3. Providing a model for clinical governance and quality assurance in the university hospital (Medical City).

School of Medicine Council

Prof. Dr. Ahmed Makhlouf
Dean
Prof. Dr. Ghada El Dorry
Vice-Dean
Prof. Dr. Dalia El Kallini
Head of Clinical Applied Anatomy Department
Prof. Dr. Noha Makhlouf
Head of Medical Cell Biology and Histology Department
Prof. Dr. Sahar Greish
Head of Medical Physiology Department
Prof. Dr. Dina Sabry
Head of Medical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Department
Prof. Dr. Amany Tawfeek
Head of Medical Microbiology and Immunology Department
Prof. Dr. Ghada Abd El Rahman
Head of Medical Parasitology Department
Prof. Dr. Soha Saoud
Head of General Medicine Department
Prof. Dr. Hesham El Akkad
Head of General Surgery Department
Prof. Dr. Marwa Mosaad
Head of Pathology Department
Dr. Reem El Kholy
Acting as Head of Clinical Pharmacology Department
Dr. Amira Fathy
Acting as Head of Community Medicine Department
Dr Fatma Nada
Acting as Head of Forensic Medicine & Clinical Toxicology Department
Prof. Dr. Hassan Serry
Clinical Applied Anatomy Department
Prof. Dr. Haneya Ali Anany
Medical Microbiology and Immunology Department
Dr. Heba El Nagras
Medical Cell Biology and Histology Department
Dr. Shimaa Mohsen
Medical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Department
Dr. Haitham El Hadeedy
Administrative Manager
Dr. Gamal Shawky
Ministry of Health and Population

Facilities

School premises:

  • The Faculty of Medicine comprises 5 floors with central air-conditioners.
    This building includes:
  • Many Lecture Halls (Seminar Rooms – Classrooms – Group Discussion Rooms), laboratories, Simulation Skills Development Center and staff rooms are sufficient for the number of students shown from the calculation of student capacity. Each classroom has comfortable seats, a whiteboard, a data show device, a display screen, a microphone, Wi-Fi, and central air conditioning.
  • Two Gathering area for students and staff.
  • Examination Center.
  • library includes many up-to-date books and publications in a relaxing environment conducive to studying.
  • The university offers a learning management system (LMS) that supports communication between students and faculty members. Through LMS, students can submit an assignment, solve online quizzes, download all course materials, and follow up on their attendance status.
  • The university has different healthcare facilities that are equipped with a variety of medical equipment. These healthcare facilities include (general clinics, dental care clinics, and physiotherapy clinics).
  • There is a diverse food court with groceries, restaurants, and coffee shops that offer all kinds of food and cold and hot drinks. In addition, the university has a central copy center, a bank branch, ATM Machines, and a flower shop.

 

Laboratories & workshops

A- Basic Labs:

  1. General Labs
  2. Parasitology Labs
  3. Microbiology labs
  4. Pathology Labs
  5. Biochemistry Labs
  6. Physiology Labs
  7. Pharmacology Labs
  8. Cell Biology Labs
  9. Blood Bank
  10. Pathology Museum

B- Anatomy Labs:

  1. Surgical Pathology Lab
  2. Topographical Anatomy Lab
  3. Integrated Anatomy Lab
  4. Anatomy Lab
  5. Anatomy Dissection Hall

C- Simulation Skills Development Center:

  1. Basic Surgical Skills Lab
  2. Essential Skills Lab
  3. Integrated Diseases & Therapy Lab
  4. Simulation Lab
  5. OSCE

D- Computer Labs

Academic Program

Degree Title:

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBCh)

Program Hours:

The total credits = 212 Hours in five academic years (10 semesters).

Study plan:

  1. Duration of the program: 5 years

For those who are going to practice medicine in Egypt the graduates have to achieve two essential training compulsory years’ medical internship.            

  1. Levels of the program:

1- First phase including first (two semesters) and second level (2 semesters) and another semester in year 3 (S5) = total 5 semesters

  • Introduction,
  • Doctor patient society
  • Principles of basic sciences
  • Organ system blocks
  • Community /epidemiology
  • Early clinical exposure
  • seminars
  • Electives

2- Clinical phase including a semester in level 3 (S6) and 2 levels (a total of 5 semesters)

  • Clinical rotations
  • Family medicine
  • Research
  • Student selected compounds
  • Electives
   Weekly Contact HoursTotal Credit Hours
S/NModule CodeModule TitleTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1TSF1101The Human Body (Tissue Structure & Function)223
2ANA1102General Anatomical Principles223
3CBG1103Molecular Cell Biology & Genetics223
4BIO1104Principles of Medical Biochemistry and metabolism244
5PDM1105Professional Development223
6ECX1106Early clinical Exposure 1143
7SIM1107Basic Surgical Skills042
Total112021
   Weekly Contact Hours Total Credit Hours
S/NModule CodeModule TitleTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1IPP1208Introduction to Physiology & Clinical Pharmacology,446
2PAT1209 Pathophysiology of Diseases223
3MIC1210Infections223
4PHE1211Concepts of Public Health & Epidemiology-I122
5IMM1212Immune system122
6SIM1213Simulation center- 1084
7SBS1214Social & Behavioral Sciences101
Total112021
 Weekly Contact HoursTotal Credit Hours
S/NModule CodeModule TitleTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1MSK2115Musculoskeletal System366
2CVS2116Cardiovascular System366
3RES2117Respiratory system244
4ECX2118Early clinical exposure-II021
5UNI -1Human Rights *1——-1
6UNI -2Scientific Thinking & Reporting *1——–1
Total101819

●       * not included in the GPA nor in the cumulative marks

 

 Weekly Contact HoursTotal Credit Hours
S/NModule CodeModule TitleTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1GIT2219

Gastrointestinal System (Including

Nutrition and metabolism)

366
2EDH2220Principles of Endocrinology.244
3HEM2221Principles of Hematology122
4PHE2222Concepts of Public Health & Epidemiology-II223
5ECX2223Early clinical exposure-III164
6Elective University Requirement *11
7—-Elective University Requirement *11
Total112021
* not included in the GPA nor in the cumulative marks
   Weekly Contact HoursTotal Credit Hours
S/NModule CodeModule TitleTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1REP3124Reproductive system244
2URN3125Urinary system223
3EBM3126Evidence Based Medicine  122
4NHN3127Nervous System & Head and Neck467
6SIM3128Simulation center -II164
7——-Elective University requirement *1——1
Total112021
●       * not included in the GPA nor in the cumulative marks
   Weekly Contact HoursTotal Credit Hours
S/NModule CodeModule TitleTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others

 

1

MED3229

Medicine I:

Introduction to general medicine.

244
2MED3230

Medicine II:

Hematology, endocrinology.

244
3SUR3231

 Surgery I:

(Wound Healing, bleeding, shock, blood transfusion, haemostasis, surgical infections, postoperative complications, surgical nutrition (enteral and parenteral), Surgery of head and neck, lymphatic system.

2

 

4

 

4

 

4SUR3232

Surgery II:

-Thyroid and Para thyroid, supra renal gland, abdominal wall and hernias.

Vascular surgery & Plastic surgery

244
5FMT3233Forensic medicine and toxicology425
Total121821

 **Students are required to get the minimum passing grade in Phase I excluding University requirements and simulator.

 

   Weekly Contact Hours Total Credit Hours
S/NModule CodeModule TitleTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1MED4134

Medicine III:

-Liver–biliary system

-Nutrition, GIT.

244
2MED4135

Medicine IV:

-Rheumatology and clinical immunology

-Tropical medicine

244
3PED4136Pediatrics & Pediatric Surgery -I244
4PED4137Pediatrics & Pediatric Surgery -II244
5SUR4138

Surgery III:

GIT, Liver–biliary system, pancreas, abdomen and peritoneum, breast

223
6—–Faculty  Electives *2***02
Total121821

* not included in the GPA nor in the cumulative marks

**Students are required to get the minimum passing grade in Phase I excluding University requirements and simulator.

                ***According to elective requirements tables

   Weekly Contact Hours Total Credit Hours
S/NModule CodeModule TitleTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1OBG4239Obstetrics & Gynecology-I244
2OBG4240Obstetrics & Gynecology-II244
3——-Faculty Elective II *202
4MED4241Medicine-V: (Cardiology & Chest)143
5MED4242Medicine-VI: (Clinical Psychiatry)143
6MED4243Medicine-VII: (Neurology)143
7SUR4244Surgery IV: (Neurosurgery)122
8EXM4245Preparing for USMLE step I*202
Total122223

* not included in the GPA nor in the cumulative marks

**Students are required to get the minimum passing grade in Phase I excluding University requirements and simulator.

 

 

 

Weekly Contact Hours

Total Credit Hours

S/N

Module Code

Module Title

Theory

Practical/ Clinical/ Others

1

MED5146

Medicine VIII:

Clinical investigations (laboratory, hematology infection control and radiology).

2

4

4

2

SUR5147

Surgery V:

Anesthesia (Including pain management and intensive care)

Oncology-principles.

 

2

4

 

4

3

SUR5148

Surgery VI:

– Orthopedics (Including fractures & dislocations)

– Trauma, Cardiothoracic surgery

2

4

4

4

EXM5149

Preparing for USMLE step II*

2

0

2

5

AGR5150

Advanced Genetics and regenerative medicine

1

2

2

6

RPP5151

Student Research Project I

1

2

2

7

EXM5152

Preparing for USMLE step II CS*

1

2

2

8

MED5153

Medicine-IX: (Dermatology)

1

2

2

Total

12

20

22

* not included in the GPA nor in the cumulative marks

**Students are required to get the minimum passing grade in Phase I excluding University requirements and simulator.

  Weekly Contact Hours Total Credit Hours
S/NModule CodeModule TitleTheoryPractical/ Clinical/ Others
1OPT5254Ophthalmology244
2FAM5255Family Medicine143
3SUR5256

Surgery VII:

Urology (Including surgical anuria)

122
4MED5257

Medicine X:

Nephrology

122
5ENT5258Ear, Nose and Throat143
6GER5259

Gerontology & Home Care

(Integrated Medical/Surgical Approach)

122
7RPP5260 Research projects & Students Publication122
8EMR5261Emergencies (Medical & Surgical – Integrated)244
Total102422

* not included in the GPA nor in the cumulative marks

**Students are required to get the minimum passing grade in Phase I excluding University requirements and simulator.

Scientific Departments

NameFaculty Members 
Prof. Dr. Dalia KalliniProf. & Head of the DepartmentChairman
Prof. Dr. Hassan SerryProfessor of Human anatomy and embryologyCouncil
Assistant Prof. Dr. Rania GalhoumAssistant Professor of Human anatomy and embryology
NameFaculty Members 
Dr. Reem Adel ElkholyLecturer of pharmacologyChairman
Prof. Dr. Ahmed MakhloufDean School of MedicineCouncil
Prof. Dr. Ghada El DorryVice Dean School of Medicine
Dr. Nouran HalawaInstructorStaff Members
Dr. Hadeer BahgatInstructor
NameFaculty Members 
NameFaculty Members 
Noha A makhlouf (MD, PhD)Prof of Histology, Head of histology department, school of medicine, BUC
-Head of quality assurance unit.
-Head of academic advising unit.
Chairman
Heba El-Negres (MD, PhD):Assistant prof. of Histology, school of medicine, BUC.Council
Name Faculty Members
Prof. Dr. Soha Saoud Head of department Chairman
Dr. Hend El Sawy Teacher Council
Dr. Gena Mahmoud Ali Teacher
Dr. Soha Saeed Teacher
Dr. Mariam Wageeh Teacher
Dr. Islam Naser Assistant Teacher Staff Members
Dr. Zeinab Yousry Assistant Teacher
Dr. Walaa el Ghoneimy Assistant Teacher
Dr. Eman Mostafa Assistant Teacher
Dr. Gena Nader Teacher Assistant
Dr. Salma Hussein ElNahas Teacher Assistant
 
NameFaculty Members 
NameFaculty Members 
Ghada Abdelrahman SaadProfessor, Head of DepartmentChairman
NameFaculty Members 
Prof.Amany Mohamed TawfeikHead of DepartmentChairman
Name Faculty Members
Prof.Marwa Mosaad Shakweer Head of Department Chairman
Dr. Doaa Elsayed Elshaer Lecturer Council
Dr. Essam Mandour Lecturer
Dr. Omar Anwar Teaching Assistant Staff Members
Dr. Tarek Elshamy Teaching Assistant
Dr. Sara Osama Teaching Assistant
Dr. Adham Alaa-Eldin Teaching Assistant
Dr. Wafaa Essam Teaching Assistant
NameFaculty Members 
Prof. Sahar Mansour GreishProf. & Head of DepartmentChairman
Esraa Ahmed BayomyAssistant LecturerCouncil
Salma AbdulaahDemonstratorStaff Members
NameFaculty Members 
Name Faculty Members
Prof. Dr. Hesham ElAkkad Head of department Chairman
Prof. Dr. Ali Abd ElKader Assistant Professor Council
Dr. Mahmoud El Husseiny Assistant Teacher
Dr. Eslam ElMorsy Ewis Assistant Teacher
Dr. Noha Saeed Teacher Assistant Staff Members
Dr. Hesham Talkhan Teacher Assistant
Dr. Amr Essam Teacher Assistant

School Department Heads

Dr. Reem Adel Mohamed El Kholy

Head of the Clinical Pharmacology Department

Associate Prof. Marwa Mosaad Mohamed Shakwee

Head of the Pathology Department

Dr. Ghada Abdel Rahman Ali Saad

Head of the Medical Parasitology Department

Dr. Dina Sabry Abd El Fatah Hamed

Head of the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Department

Dr. Noha Abdel-hakam Makhlouf

Head of the Histology and Cell Biology Department

Prof. Dr. Amira Metwally Abd El Rahman

Head of the Physiology Department

Assistant Prof. Amany Mohamed Tawfeik

Head of the Medical Microbiology and Immunology Department

Prof. Dr. Dalia Fawzi Helmi Kallini

Head of the Human Anatomy and Embryology Department

Dr. Amira Fathy EL-Gazzar

Head of the Public Health and Community Medicine Department

Career Opportunities

Graduates from school of Medicine Badr university will be eligible to enter the Egyptian national license examination and carry out the two years of National compulsory medical internship (as required from graduates of all medical schools).

Graduation from school of medicine Badr university in Cairo gives opportunities for many fields in the job market of Health care professions with raising demands for new specialties that has been included in our program. The program is based to provide the medical students with competencies based on the NARS guidelines supported by up to date technologies required for teaching

The graduates will be able to choose their career according to their passion and what suits their personalities from dealing with the most critical situations in critical care, surgery, gynecology and obstetrics, medicine, pediatrics to other clinical disciplines including clinical pathology, dermatology, radiology or dealing with chronic situation as in medicine, oncology and family medicine. You will be provided with the basic knowledge that enables you to choose what is most suitable for your passion and career.

We also provide in the curriculum all competencies of professionalism and ethics that enable you to handle responsibilities as a doctor, ethics when dealing with your patient which are essential for doctor patient relationship and ability to deal in a teamwork

Badr university is establishing an updated universal city of clinical practice (capital med) which will include general teaching hospital and specialized centers and rehabilitation units. Graduates of the medical school of BUC will have a chance to continue their post graduate training and practice in this big institute.

Ongoing education, specialization, and experience mean continual opportunity for upgrading your salary. If career advancement is a motivator, consider staying in larger facilities or medical service providers. Where there are more floors, there are more ladders to the top.

Start your career with a mind toward growth. Wishing you all the best in your career selection.

  • The graduate will be able to work in the following areas:

The graduate will join two years’ internship program to be qualified for the following competencies

  • Diagnosis and treatment of health problems
  • Assess patient health problems and needs, develop and implement health care plans, and maintain medical records.
  • Administer health care to ill, injured, convalescent, or disabled patients.
  • May advise patients on health maintenance and disease prevention or provide case management.

Graduate Occupational Profile

The Medical Graduate must:

  • Work to maintain health and promote human wellbeing.
  • Behave professionally and adhere to medical ethics.
  • Provide -quality and safe patient-centered care, focusing on primary health care and dealing with common health problems in his/her community.
  • Value the importance of a good doctor/ patient relationship, and work to establish and maintain it.
  • Work effectively with other health care professionals respecting their roles and their contribution to the team.
  • Recognize his/her role as a part of health care system, respecting its hierarchy and rules and using his managerial and leadership skills to add value to the system.
  • Contribute to the development and empowerment of his/ her community.
  • Work as a lifelong learner- on his/her own continuous professional development, including being equipped to engage in post- graduate and research studies.

Rotation on the following disciplines is planned to enable the graduate achieve the training program

  • Community Medicine
  • General Surgery, including the following specialties:
  1. Upper Gastrointestinal & Bariatric Surgery
  2. Colon Rectal Surgery
  3. Hepatic Pancreatic Biliary surgery
  4. Breast surgery
  5. Endocrine Surgery
  6. Head and Neck Surgery
  7. Vascular Surgery
  8. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
  9. Cardiothoracic Surgery
  10. Orthopedic Surgery
  11. Neurosurgery
  12. Urology
  • General Medicine, including the following specialties:
  1. Gastroenterology
  2. Hepatology
  3. Endocrinology & Diabetes
  4. Immunology
  5. Pulmonology
  6. Cardiology
  7. Neurology
  8. Nephrology
  9. Dermatology
  10. Gerontology
  11. Hematology
  12. Rheumatology and Rehabilitation
  13. Andrology & Venereology
  14. Psychiatry, Social and Behavioral Sciences
  • Family Medicine
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Pediatrics (Child Health Care)
  • Ear, Nose and Throat
  • Ophthalmology
  • Anesthesia and critical care
  • Forensic medicine and clinical toxicology

News & Events

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