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About Faculty Of Medicine


Welcome to Faculty of Medicine

Faculty Vision

To attain a regional pioneer ranking and international progress via achieving an on-going distinction in the fields of education, scientific research, and community services.

Faculty Mission

The mission of the faculty of medicine at AUN is to alleviate human suffering by nurturing a group of future leaders in both clinical care and biomedical inquiry who will have the ability to compete locally, nationally, and globally. We commit to graduate competent physicians who are qualified to upgrade and develop the medical profession.

Growth and Expansion

  • From 57 students to 3380 students

Values & Goals

Medicine Faculty at AUN aims To

  1. Prepare and empower our students to become the physicians, scientists, humanist, and leaders who will transform the medical world.
  2. To graduate quality physicians who are capable of implementing various levels of health care practices.
  3. To train specialized physicians to conduct advanced scientific research, apply updated technologies, and follow national and international medical standards.
  4. Achieve academic accreditation programs for students and graduates from faculty provided standards.
  5. Achieve academic accreditation opportunities and sources of teaching and learning provided by the college students and graduate standards.
  6. Provide excellent educational programs that bring the highest levels of the students

faculty history



Established in 1960, the faculty of Medicine at Assiut University (AUFOM) is the oldest medical school in Upper Egypt, it serves as the largest academic health complex in the Upper Egypt that combines medical education, biomedical research, patient care, and community outreach services. When it first started, there was no independent building for the faculty of Medicine; the students used to study in the same building of the faculty of Science, and the number of graduates was 57 students.


Now in 2020, the faculty has its own building, 32 departments, 22 lecture halls, 37 classrooms, 39 Laboratories, and 3380 students.