Ibn Sina National College for Medical Studies is the first private medical college of higher education to be opened under the supervision of the Ministry of Higher Education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Promoted by and affiliated with the Al-Jedaani Group of Hospitals, KSA, it is located in the southern part of the historic city of Jeddah, near the picturesque Red Sea coast. With a diverse range of very experienced national and international faculty members, Ibn Sina successfully provides an appropriate scientific atmosphere for teaching and learning Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Nursing courses. In order to keep up with international standards of education, all programs utilize the most up-to-date curricula available, enabling Ibn Sina to play a major role in providing society with competent, highly qualified physicians and pharmacists. Meeting local demands, Ibn Sina was the first college to successfully create an avenue for both Saudi and foreign students, who are unwilling to study abroad, to have an opportunity to gain excellent private medical education within their home or resident country.
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