Thursday, 27 December 2018 00:00

Certificate in University Administration

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First Batch of Certificate in University Administration, offered in collaboration Between Amoud University - Jaamacadda Camuud and King's College London.

Amoud University, in collaboration with King's College London , offers a Certificate in University Administration (1 year, 60 credits). A new accredited programme is available for professional services staff in Amoud University, University of Hargeisa and Edna Adan University who are interested in further developing effective administrative processes to enable the delivery of their service portfolio.

The programme was developed in response to needs identified by the Deans of the Somaliland Health faculties. The purpose is to strengthen the skills of professional services staff, develop the professional identity of professional services staff, and to apply learning from the programme to areas of work undertaken by professional services staff.

This is a part-time programme combining face-to-face teaching with online delivery and support. The awards will be accredited and awarded by Amoud University, University of Hargeisa and Edna Adan University.

Programme Aims:
The overall aims of the whole programme are to:

• Develop the skills needed to run and maintain effective administrative practices.
• Examine current practice in university administration and identify areas for improvement.
• Explore concepts around professionalism, leadership and career progression.
• Develop a network of professional services staff to share good practice and enable peer support.
• Identify areas for further personal and institutional development.


Wednesday, 26 December 2018 00:00

School of Dentistry

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Amoud Dental School & Oral Health was established in the academic year 2008-2009 with the aim to produce dental surgeons optimally prepared to take part in the rapidly changing health care environment of our country. Health care systems depend not only upon infrastructure and resources, but also on the availability of skilled human resources. The changing pattern of oral diseases, their frequency and severity, and the disparity of distribution between developing and developed countries require changes in the strategies of dental education and oral health care delivery systems. Amoud College of Health Sciences was established to effectively address one of the Somaliland/Somali most neglected and pressing health problems which is dental and oral health care.

The current situation features huge unmet treatment needs, striking inequality in delivery systems and absence of an adequate community-oriented prevention system. People in developing countries are burdened by a significant number of oral diseases, which are further aggravated by poverty, poor living conditions, lack of dental awareness, and the absence of appropriate policies and funding to provide basic oral health care. In the wake of changing culture and lifestyle, new dental diseases are emerging. While future patterns of disease and the efficacy of future treatments are difficult to predict, the demand for dentistry is likely to increase. Amoud Dental was started to produce competent dental surgeons who are able to deal with the dental and oral health problems.

The curriculum is reflecting modern trends of dental education and is designed to equip the graduates with the, knowledge, skills, attitudes and abilities to adapt rapidly to changing professional circumstance. It is student-centered approach with emphasis on self-learning to develop in the students the ability and willingness to pursue their own learning after graduation.

Objectives of the School

To produce highly trained doctors and dental assistants  who will play a great role in the delivery of dental and oral health care. In order to achieve this objective the School will:

¨ Provide these trainees with the knowledge, skill and attitudes to become competent dentists.

¨ Promote Dental knowledge through research in all areas related to dental and oral health care including Basic science, clinical science studies, cultural and behavioral aspects of Dental  methods for delivering dental health care and dental education.

¨ Aim at promoting exemplary, primary, secondary and tertiary dental and oral health care and related community services.

¨ Undertake continuing dental education to maintain and improve the competence of the practicing professional and serve as a dental  recourse center (DRC) for dental  professionals and Organizations involved in dental health care.

¨ Participate in the Development and improvement of the quality of dental  services in the country


The goal of School of dentistry is to produce competent Doctors who can deal with the prevailing health problems of the country, competent to practice preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative oral health in respect to the commonly encountered dental health problems and Possess the right attitude for continued self learning and to seek further expertise or to pursue research in any chosen area of dentistry.


To be an excellent school of dental surgeons and dental technicians


The mission of School of dentistry is to contribute to knowledge and to produce dental graduates fully armed with practical and intellectual skills appropriate to the needs of our community. The school will work and make sure that the students acquire such skills using modalities that encourage active learning in the context in which they will later function as dental professionals.


¨ Most subjects are taught with a variety of methods including lectures, projected materials with lecturer notes presented to the students, practical work and seminars.

¨ Lab and clinical practice

¨ Self directed learning

¨ Group dynamics

¨ Team work

¨ Staff training and development


 Criteria for admission

Applicant to this School must have:

¨ Completed secondary education

¨ Passed the general requirement courses of the freshman year with at least a GPA of 3.00


* Student assessment characteristics

  1. Theory, practical and oral evaluation
  2. credit hour evaluation
  3. Assignment and presentations

* Curriculum evaluation

  1. End of course student feedback
  2. Courses coordinators report
  3. Yearly review


Graduation Requirements

The credit hour per semester forms the basis of awarding a Bachelors degree at the faculty. In order to be eligible for the  degree, the student must successfully earn a minimum of 280 hours. The duration for completing theses hours is four years, which are divided into the following manner.

¨ Basic science study: two years

¨ Pre-clinical study: one year

¨ Clinical study: one year



Wednesday, 26 December 2018 00:00

Weekly Meeting of AUCHS, on Monday, 24 Dec, 2018

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Amoud University College of Health Sciences has held its weekly meeting, on Monday 17th Dec 2018, at the meeting room of AUCHS, chaired by the Principal Dr. Said A. Walhad, attended by the Deans, associate Deans, Assistant Administrators and alongside Head of Community development and research center, and the Dean of Students Affairs and Counselling Services.
The issues discussed were; review of previous meeting decisions and their implementation in which each Dean has presented how far they have done of the decision made in the previous and what challenges they met, Midterm exams results in which almost all the schools have the results, Course Coverage, Extracurricular Activities in different Schools of AUCHS,Final Exam ,supervision of the lectures and office works.
Tuesday, 25 December 2018 00:00

School of Pharmacy

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It was established in the academic year 2010-2011 with the aim of producing qualified pharmacists who would contribute to the post war recovery of Somaliland pharmaceutical system. Its academic program is designed for four years of study leading to the degree of Bachelor of pharmacy. The pharmaceutical sector has been the least developed area in Somaliland and Somalia. Prior to the civil war, the government was unable to procure drugs. Drug supplies were largely dependent on foreign aid. Today, drugs are brought to the country mainly through two channels: through the international aid organizations or through the private sector. Pharmaceuticals have become a big business and pharmacy shops have mushroomed in every corner of all towns and cities. Although private pharmacies supply remote areas with much-needed drugs, the quality of the drugs sold in those pharmacies has been questioned. In addition, most of the drugs used are suspected to be generic, thus putting the already vulnerable patients to great risk. In order to find a solution for this problem the School of Pharmacy was established.


One of the important concern of the faculty of pharmacy is to provide the society with skilled pharmacy graduates who are capable of practicing in all modern pharmaceutical fields and dedicated to the betterment of health service.
This can only be achieved by the approach used by the faculty of pharmacy through offering an educational philosophy that promotes a combination of critical thinking and practical application.

The faculty of pharmacy, Amoud university, seeks to be distinguished internationally by providing up-to–date high quality pharmacy education and biomedical research, as well as by fostering continuing professional development and community involvement.

The faculty of pharmacy, Amoud university, is committed to ensuring an educational environment that fosters progressive development in teaching, learning, training and research, to provide the health care system with pharmacists capable of meeting the challenges of the rapidly evolving pharmacy profession, and to establish an interactive partnership with the pharmaceutical industry and the community.

*Most subjects are taught with a variety of methods including lectures, projected materials with lecturers’ notes presented to the students, practical work and seminars.
*Problem based learning.
*Self directed learning.
*Group dynamics.
*Team work.
*Early practical training at all levels of health services (individuals, families and communities)
*Staff training and development.

Study program
Academic year starts 15th of September and ends 2nd week of July every year. The duration of course is 4 years program duration of studies on basic sciences, social sciences and general education is 2 years.
Duration of major pharmacy topics and clinical training are 2 years.



School Contact Information:


Dean School of Pharmacy  Assistant Dean Assistant Dean
Mr. Abdirashid D. Aye Mr. Abdirisak Jirde Mr. Bashir Aleel 
00252634459222 00252634455268 00252634557400 
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Students enrollment of the school :

Year  Male Female Total
First Year  11 12 23
Second Year 9 8 17
Third Year 15 24 39
Fourth Year  15 10 25
                             Total 50 54 104



 Number of Students Graduated from The School:

Year  Male Female Total
2018 10 11 21
2017 5 4 9
2016 10 4 14
2015 10 1 11
2014 15 2 17
                         Total 55 22 72




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