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.
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.
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.
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.
All our graduates receive a license for medical practice from the Ministry of Health in Egypt and are appointed as residents in more than 35 clinical specialties.
They can also be appointed as demonstrators in any of the ten basic sciences according to their scores and choices. Moreover, the graduate can apply for any of the foreign countries’ jobs of clinical practice according to their roles.