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Sudan International University to partner Northwest Varsity

Sudan International University will partner Northwest University, Kano towards educational advancement of the two institutions. The president of the Sudan International University, Prof. Bakri Osman Saeed who dropped the hint when he led some officials of his university on a courtesy call to the Vice-Chancellor of the Northwest University, Kano at his office recently, said they will keep communicating and exchanging ideas on the matter.

He said Sudan International University is a private institution, founded in 1990 and located in Khartoum and started academic activities in 1997, adding that the university was organized into ten faculties.

According to him, all the programmes of the university were accredited by the Sudan Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. The university offers 20 bachelor’s degree and four master’s degrees. Sudan International University’s students are drawn from across the country and the world. “Over the past few years, the university has reviewed its structures in order to be in line with the educational advancement nationally and internationally, ”he stated.

Responding, the Vice-Chancellor of the Northwest University, Kano, Prof. Mustapha Ahmad Isa expressed appreciation with the visit of the President of Sudan International University and his team, assuring of the Northwest University’s readiness to collaborate with his university. Prof. Isa revealed that Northwest University was established in 2012 and commenced academic activities in 2013, explaining that the university currently has five faculties with over 5000 students in its three campuses.