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UCL Medical School Education Consultancy working in the Middle East

Principal theme: Delivering global impact

UCL Medical School Education Consultancy (MSEC) has been expanding its work with clients in the Middle East to meet the region’s diverse healthcare needs and to create sustainable long-term impact. 

UCL experts are working with UQU specialists in a number of areas. These include curriculum design and development, faculty training, assessment design and programme quality assurance. In Egypt, UCL’s Medical School, School of Pharmacy and Eastman Dental Institute have launched an academic collaboration with the newly established New Giza University (NGU) to develop high-quality undergraduate medicine, dentistry and pharmacy programmes within their Faculty of Health Sciences. These programmes will be taught and awarded by NGU. 

UCL MSEC visit to New Giza University

UCL and NGU team outside the NGU Faculty of Medicine building, January 2016 © New Giza University

MSEC is the global knowledge transfer unit within the Medical School that provides a range of services to enable, inform and support high-quality patient-centred education and training for the doctors of today and tomorrow. 

" Education consultancy is one of the ways in which UCL academic and professional services staff can create lasting and meaningful impact globally.” Professor Deborah Gill, Director of the UCL Medical School


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