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Sudan University of Science and Technology

Location

Northern Campus, Khartoum Sudan

Ranking

# 1401+QS World University Rankings

About Sudan University of Science and Technology

The establishment of Sudan University goes back deep into the modern history of Sudan, during the early stages of education development in the country. Starting with Khartoum Technical School (KTI), and then the Trade School in 1902, the Radiology School in 1932, the Art School in 1946, Khartoum Technical Institute in 1950, Shambat Agricultural Institute in 1954, the Institute of Music and Theater and finally the High Institute for Physical Education for Teachers.

Later on, in 1975, all technical institutes in Sudan were merged with KTI to form what was known as Khartoum Polytechnique (KP). In 1990, KP was upgraded to a university named Sudan University of Science and Technology , with all the institutes getting changed to Collages.

Currently, the university includes 25 colleges, that offer programs at postgraduate levels (doctorate, masters and higher diplomas) and other degrees at the bachelor’s and technical diploma levels, as well as training and continuing studies programs. The university graduates are distinguished by their possession of scientific knowledge in addition to  possession of the required skills for applying knowledge, which made our graduates desirable and preferred in the labor market. The university has preserved this advantage through its educational traditions and components of its programs and its possession of the latest laboratories, workshops and technical frameworks, its training for faculty members and its permanent interaction with society.

About Sudan University of Science and Technology

The establishment of Sudan University goes back deep into the modern history of Sudan, during the early stages of education development in the country. Starting with Khartoum Technical School (KTI), and then the Trade School in 1902, the Radiology School in 1932, the Art School in 1946, Khartoum Technical Institute in 1950, Shambat Agricultural Institute in 1954, the Institute of Music and Theater and finally the High Institute for Physical Education for Teachers.

Later on, in 1975, all technical institutes in Sudan were merged with KTI to form what was known as Khartoum Polytechnique (KP). In 1990, KP was upgraded to a university named Sudan University of Science and Technology , with all the institutes getting changed to Collages.

Currently, the university includes 25 colleges, that offer programs at postgraduate levels (doctorate, masters and higher diplomas) and other degrees at the bachelor’s and technical diploma levels, as well as training and continuing studies programs. The university graduates are distinguished by their possession of scientific knowledge in addition to  possession of the required skills for applying knowledge, which made our graduates desirable and preferred in the labor market. The university has preserved this advantage through its educational traditions and components of its programs and its possession of the latest laboratories, workshops and technical frameworks, its training for faculty members and its permanent interaction with society.

University information

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Rankings & ratings

Sudan University of Science and Technology is one of the top public universities in Khartoum, Sudan. It is ranked #1401+ in QS World University Rankings 2023.

QS World University Rankings

  • 2022
    #1201+
  • 2023
    #1401+

Ranking criteria

3.3
Academic Reputation
2.8
Employer Reputation
4
Faculty Student Ratio
1.2
Citations per Faculty
2
International Faculty Ratio
1.6
International Students Ratio
7.7
International Research Network

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