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International Collaboration

American Heart Association – International Training Center:

University of Sharjah, Clinical & Surgical Training Center is an accredited International Training Center from American Heart Association to organize, conduct and train community to help them save from life threatening incidents. A number of First Aid, Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support and other life support courses are being organized to enrich the health and wellbeing of the community. 

International Collaboration with Royal College of Surgeons of England:

University of Sharjah Clinical & Surgical Training Center has been accredited by Royal College of Surgeons of England as a Surgical Education Center since January, 2018. The center prides itself to be recognized by the prestigious institution. The center offers a wide range of professional development opportunities for the Surgical activities and will continue to do so to be able to provide the tools and resources needed to further develop Surgical skills and meet the needs of an ever-changing Surgical landscape.


International Collaboration with Assessment and Accreditation Of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC):

University of Sharjah Clinical & Surgical Training Center has been accredited by AAALAC International Council on 7 March, 2019. This accreditation demonstrates the center's commitment to responsible animal care and use. CSTC is the first & only AAALAC accreditation which has been awarded to any Institute in United Arab Emirates.

International Collaboration with AO Trauma:

University of Sharjah Clinical & Surgical Training Center has collaborated with AO Trauma, the world's largest global trauma and orthopedic community to organize and train surgeons that will foster excellence in the surgical management of trauma and disorders of the musculoskeletal system in the region. 

Collaboration with Lübeck University

The exchange program between Lübeck and Sharjah has existed since 2017 under the patronage of the President of the University of Lübeck Prof. Gabriele Gillessen-Kaesbach and Prof. Hamid Al- Naimiy, Chancellor of the University of Sharjah. The exchange program is coordinated on Lübeck side by Prof. Jennifer Hundt, Prof. Hauke Busch and Prof. Saleh Ibrahim. Prof. Saleh Ibrahim is also the coordinator in Sharjah.

Within this structured doctoral program, doctoral candidates come to Lübeck for a total of six months during the time of their graduation research in various institutes. The doctorate lasts a total of four years. One year of the program is spent exclusively in Sharjah, where doctoral students receive theoretical preparation for their graduation through a deepening course program. In the second year, the practical work starts and the first of three visits to Lübeck takes place. In 2018, we welcomed doctoral students from Sharjah for the first time.

The main goal of the program is the excellent education of young scientists, but also a scientific and intercultural exchange. The cooperation with the University of Sharjah offers the unique opportunity for the deepening of the scientific exchange and the advancement of PhD students.

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