Faculty of Medicine & Heath Sciences

University of Kordofan

Curriculum Evaluation:

The purpose of curriculum evaluation is to ensure that the Faculty is applying the curriculum as it is designed. This will be achieved through:

Self evaluation:

This refers to studies done by Faculty members including:

  1. Curriculum evaluation which is done by the curriculum committee to ensure its validity and international development in medical education through accepting of suggestions from time to time by deleting or adding new subjects, adopting modern teaching methods or new strategies of education.
  2. Examinations: this is done through revision of exams construction and to make sure that it’s a success method of students’ evaluation with discussion of exam results and comparing them with the previous results and with exam results from colleges from inside and outside the country.
  3. Student’s opinion: Students should have a chance to give their feedback and evaluation on the curriculum and the teaching methods.
  4. Graduates follow up: This should be done through revising the reports of consultants during house-officer training and results of exam for permanent registration in the medical council and also the graduates’ opinion about the curriculum and through feedback from families and the community on the graduates’ career. Other reports from employers (Central government, State government, Universities, Police and Military Health institutes) and opinion of Doctors and High Education Unions.

Peer evaluation:

This is achieved by invitations of colleagues from other institutes from inside and abroad to take their opinion about the educational activities.

Accreditation process:

The Faculty should revise the Curriculum to fulfill the criteria of accreditation adopted by Sudan Medical Council (SMC) and that of Ministry of High Education.

External evaluation:

The Faculty should look forwards to fulfill the criteria of accreditation adopted by World Federation of Medical Education (WFME) and World Health Organization (WHO).