The Faculty of Pharmacy at University of Medical Sciences and Technology was established in the academic year 1999-2000. The faculty has adequate highly qualified teaching staff, and excellent facilities including well equipped lecture rooms and laboratories as well as access to prominent training sites.

Vision and Mission of the Faculty

The vision of the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Medical Sciences and Technology, is to achieve excellence in pharmacy education, to become a leader in the advancement of pharmaceutical care, and to transform the practice and science of pharmacy to lead to advances in human health.

The mission of the Faculty of Pharmacy is to educate and train students to become leading pharmacists, advance pharmaceutical care and maximize global health outcomes through patient care and public service.

  • Excellence
  • Integrity
  • Respect
  • Team Work
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Creativity
  • Knowledge and leadership
  • Social Responsibility


Pharm Program

The Faculty offers a B.Pharm program designed to graduate highly competent pharmacist who can practice the profession in a variety of settings including hospitals, community pharmacies and the pharmaceutical industry.

The program also equips the students with research skills that will enable them to pursue postgraduate studies or to work in research institutes.

The B.Pharm curriculum provides a solid foundation in core pharmacy courses, which include the basic sciences, biomedical, pharmaceutical and clinical sciences in addition to the advanced professional and training courses. The program provides adequate training in clinical pharmacy at a number of prominent hospitals.

Postgraduate programs

The Faculty offers M.Sc programs by courses in pharmacology, pharmaceutical Analysis and Quality Control, and in Pharmaceutical Technology.

Admission requirements

The minimum entrance requirements for admission to the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Medical Sciences and Technology are either a Sudanese Secondary School Certificate or its equivalent (e.g. O-level/IGCSE) with at least seven passes in seven subjects obtained at one and the same examination. The minimum percentage required for admission to the Faculty of Pharmacy is 78% (Sudanese School Certificate or equivalent after evaluation).

Faculty Departments
  • Department of Pharmaceutics
  • Department of Pharmacognosy
  • Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Department of Pharmacology
  • Department of Clinical Pharmacy
Instruction Methods
  • Interactive lectures
  • Seminars and presentation skills.
  • Training in hospitals and community Pharmacies as well as in drug manufacture and quality assurance and drug quality control.
  • Supervision of scientific research
  • English is the medium of instruction.