The Emergency Medicine Degree Program is designed to equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills for practicing pre-hospital emergency, providing care to individuals with injuries, and working as a member of the healthcare team.
The Preparatory Year of the Medical Emergency Program includes teaching English, the basic scientific syllabus, and the preparatory academic courses. The following three years are devoted to the basic syllabus program requirements, in addition to the necessary knowledge, skills and values which include: patient assessment, first-aid and pre-hospital emergency care, women and childbirth emergencies, elderly emergency, advanced treatment of the respiratory tract, heart emergencies, pediatric first-aid, and crisis management. After completion of the program’s duration, each student must spend 48 weeks in professional practice within a pre-hospital emergency setting, as well as in a hospital setting.
Al-Ghad International Colleges for Applied Medical Sciences have been granted accreditation by international accreditation and recognition organizations to become one of the health educational institutions qualified to offer training courses in Emergency Medicine.

Skills Acquired Through the Program

  • Improving the student’s proficiency in English and other essential disciplines.
  • Developing the student’s skills to identify a patient’s medical history and perform medical (physical) examination methods to assess a patient.
  • Providing students with basic concepts of quality management, leadership, planning and human resources management.
  • Practical planning using information sources to achieve the organizational goals of health institutions and improve overall performance.
  • Enhancing the implementation of evidence-based practice within the scope of the student’s future roles.

Clinical Training

Male and female students’ training is considered an essential pillar for Al-Ghad International College for Applied Medical Sciences’ standards in the achievement and completion of the educational, training and academic process. Training ensures to qualify our male and female students to reach the right employment opportunity, as well as helps in linking them to the labor market. Training is performed under the supervision of specialists in this field. Moreover, partnership agreements are concluded with hospitals and health centers.
Accordingly, a specialized unit has been established in each college for the purpose of supervising the students’ training. The unit seeks to provide appropriate training opportunities that are in alignment with academic and clinical standards. Training is provided throughout the period of study and during the internship year. Distinguished and well-reputed hospitals and medical centers have been selected for training male and female students.

Career Opportunities for Graduates

    • Emergency medical services at public and private hospitals;
    • Provide emergency medical services for industrial, commercial, educational and agricultural facilities;
    • Aero-medical services;
    • Hospital Emergency Departments;
    • Emergency Departments at military hospitals;
    • Training Centers on basic and advanced Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).

The Bachelor’s Degree in Emergency Medicine is available in the following campuses


Female Students Section
Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah
Male Students Section
Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah