Outstanding Results of An-Najah Graduates in the Medical Licensing Examination in the 1948 Lands
58 out of 59 medical graduates of An-Najah's Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, have succeeded in passing the Medical Licensing Examination in the 1948 Lands, thus obtaining their licenses enabling them to practice the medical profession in clinics, hospitals and medical centers in the occupied territories of 1948.
An-Najah graduates got the highest passing rate of all medical students from all universities; that is, 98% passing rate.
The results showed that 90 out of 99 Palestinian graduates of different Palestinian universities, who took the exam, have succeeded in passing it, 58 of them were from An-Najah.
Commenting on the efficiency of An-Najah's medical graduates, Prof. Maher Natsheh, An-Najah President said: “The results of the exam, and the high success rate of our graduates, which reached 98% indicate the great efforts made by An-Najah's Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences' staff."
The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences is the largest in the University as it homes 6,000 students from different parts of Palestine. The Faculty is led by distinguished academic staff who bring an impressive range of expertise and experience into the classrooms. It is recognized on the national and international level due to its highly qualified students and professional staff members.
Dr. Khalil Issa, Faculty Dean, pointed out that the Faculty places emphasis on developing and consolidating links with international European universities and institutions, such as the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute.
Dr. Issa said: " The Faculty includes laboratories furnished with the latest technologies. Our staff research production covers a wide range of important topics in the fields of medicine, and health sciences. A large number of our scholars' research is published by refereed journals such as Scopus."
He also pointed out that the strong international relations greatly assist the innovative reach of the Faculty and enable it to create and foster meaningful research and exchange partnerships that provide access to resources and knowledge from the best institutions around the world.