Mission and Outcomes|


Our college seeks to get the international accreditation, rise to the global level in terms of the outcome’s quality, and graduate medical doctors who are highly effective in patient care, medical education research, and community service.


  • Achieving of quality standards and medical accreditation according to IGL derived on the basis of scientific institutional quality standards.
  • Graduating medical doctors, with a bachelor’s degree in medicine and general surgery, who will be well-prepared to conduct a patient examination, diagnose the disease, and dispense treatment on a scientific and medical basis, advanced clinical, and professional knowledge, skills, and attitudes they need to practice in an ethical manner to provide excellent health services and enable them for long life learning.
  • Following graduation, our students will be able to work in a multidisciplinary team in health sector to ensure the team’s optimal functioning and effective patient outcomes.
  • Preparing doctors who will be able to interact in the workplace and solve urgent problems in response to the needs of the health delivery system/ society and changing circumstances which make them capable of working in Iraq and internationally, as well as pursuing postgraduate study and training in any medical branch.
  • Graduating doctors with high skills and knowledge in conducting scientific research in basic, clinical, behavioral, and biomedical fields.
  • Encouraging faculty, staff, and students to enhance their technical skills and utilize information and communication technology to convey knowledge, produce scientific research, and create curricula for educational programs.
  • Implementing a development program for the faculty and staff.

The aforementioned outcomes are getting fulfilled through:

  • The medical curriculum which is a traditional curriculum. Students, who finished their high school study begin their medical education with three years of ‘pre-clinical’ study, which includes studying the basic medical sciences such as anatomy, physiology, biochemistry…, etc. Then, they go on to a three-year ‘clinical’ study in which they get trained in hospitals under the supervision of specialists while also attending lectures in various clinical fields. Curriculum committee and medical educational unit monitor, evaluate, and modify the educational curriculum in response to the social and global health demands.
  • Teaching and learning methods which include: theoretical lectures using various visual aids, practical application of the medical concepts in laboratories and teaching hospitals, seminars, and solving scientific and medical problems by discussing them in small groups. We have lately started using blended learning as a new approach.
  • Activating participation, coordination and integration between the college and the community by holding conferences, seminars, courses, and symposium to discuss health and scientific issues.
  • Assessing the students fairly and effectively on a regular basis and receive continuous feedback to achieve the desired learning outcomes and enhance their performance each academic course.
  • Establishing cultural exchange relations with academic institutions and professional organizations worldwide, including those in the Arab world.