Madenat Alelem University College

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Impact Rankings: Quality education 2020
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Impact Rankings: Gender equality 2020
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Impact Rankings: Partnerships for the goals 2020
Mosul Road, Baghdad, Baghdad Governate, Iraq

About Madenat Alelem University College

The Madenat Alelem University College was officially established in 2005 with permission from the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. However, its origins can be traced back to 1932 when its parent Islamic teaching school was founded.

The university is located in the Islamic holy city of Kadhimiya, a northern neighbourhood in Baghdad, Iraq.

There are a multitude of departments at the university that students can choose to specialise in. These include accounting; anaesthesia and intensive care; biology; civil engineering; computer engineering; medical physics and law.

The department of anesthesia and intensive care opened in 2017 with the support of the Iraqi Ministry of Health. It is the first of its kind in a higher education institution in Iraq. The university aims to improve medical care in Iraq by providing students with specialised anaesthesia teaching.

The university’s campus is fully equipped with an extensive range of facilities. It boasts a number of specialised laboratories, various athletic yards, modern classrooms, and a library. There is also an in-campus mosque for students and staff.

The Journal of Madenat Alelem University College published its first volume in 2009. The journal publishes research submitted by the university in either Arabic or English. Its research topics include biology, chemistry, engineering, law, and physics.

As the capital of Iraq, Baghdad is the country’s largest city and the second largest city in the Arab World. Historically, Baghdad has been a significant centre of both Arab and Islamic civilisations, and it remains an important part of these cultures today.

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