Partnerships and Collaborations

MBRU has a number of collaborative agreements and partnerships with educational, research and service institutions both within and outside the UAE. Such partnerships aim at enhancing the quality of MBRU’s educational programs, widening the university network and expanding the university outreach.

Academic Partnership

The academic partnership between MBRU (Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences) was inked with Queens University of Belfast in January, 2015.

 Queen's University Belfast was founded as Queen's College in 1845, before becoming a university in its own right in 1908. 

The goal of the partnership provides quality assurance through offering advice on strategic planning, organization and governance of the university and its Colleges, as well as infrastructure and educational resources development, development of curriculum, faculty recruitment, senior staff recruitment, student recruitment and faculty development programs. The curriculum is developed by MBRU.

QUB is the ninth oldest university in the United Kingdom and is a member of the UK's Russell Group of 24 leading research-intensive universities.


Clinical Education Affiliates

Mediclinic Middle East is part of Mediclinic International, one of the top 10 listed private healthcare groups in the world, with 52 hospitals in South Africa, 16 in Switzerland (under the name Hirslanden) and two hospitals and 10 clinics in the UAE. Mediclinic City Hospital in Dubai Healthcare City currently has 229 beds across a range of specialties and plans to have 93 full time consultant staff in post by April 2016.

MBRU has a partnership agreement with Mediclinic Middle East to advance their common passion for medical education. Under this agreement, Mediclinic Middle East will make its excellent healthcare facilities and highly trained specialist physicians available for the training of MBRU students. Mediclinic Middle East will assign prepared adjunct faculty members as supervisors for MBRU students who will be embedded in the healthcare teams and participate in healthcare delivery under supervision and with graded responsibilities according to their skills and experience. The training will be based on a jointly developed program with clearly defined learning outcomes.

Under this partnership, clinical academic faculty of MBRU will be granted clinical privileges to treat patients at Mediclinic facilities. Mediclinic Middle East will offer MBRU students, the opportunity to learn in the setting of a large multispecialty private sector healthcare provider.

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P.O Box 505055, Dubai UAE

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