CPD’s Final Report for the 2017 - 2018
CPD (Continuous Professional Development) Committee supervised activities of more than 224 academic staffs at the College of Medicine at Hawler Medical University for the academic year of 2017 - 2018. More detail
OSCE Time! All, In a Day
All, In a Day! How is that? And how it's different from the previous OSCE assessments? More detail
Publications with Impact Factors - IF
College of Medicine at Hawler Medical University would like to announce Publications with Impact Factors (IF) for the academic year of 2017 - 2018. More detail
Soon - Certificate Equivalency - Written Exam
Written exam for certificate equivalency will be carried out on Sunday 24th of June 2018. More detail
OMR System for the first time at the College of Medicine -...
Optical Mark Recognition as a semi-robotic system has newly adopted by the Examination Committee at the College of Medicine - HMU. More detail
From Brother's Brother Foundation - To the College of...
Five hundred Books and Medical Journals has gifted to the College of Medicine at Hawler medical University More detail
Exams Instructions for 2018
The Examination Committee announcing the final Exams Instructions for the academic year of 2017 - 2018 More detail
Class of 2018 in a Photo - Future Doctors
Graduation Photo Shooting - College of Medicine of Hawler Medical University More detail
College of Medicine in Collaboration with MSF
Mental Health Care and Its Relevance in Kurdistan Region and Iraq More detail

Dean's Statement

The College of Medicine of Hawler Medical University is the oldest medical institution in Kurdistan region of Iraq. It was established in 1977 as part of Sulaimaniyah University; then became one of Salahaddin University's colleges in 1981. The College then came under the management of Hawler Medical University in 2005. more...



Our vision is to be a national leader in providing excellent medial education, health care and research.



The college’s mission is to provide high quality education to students and professionals to be competent physicians and scientists, leaders in medicine and biomedical sciences and adopters of innovative technology and research to improve the health and well-being of humanity.



Our graduates would be able to:

1. Clinical competence:
Acquire sufficient skills that enable them to diagnose and manage clinical presentations including medical emergencies in a safe, effective and efficient manner. Show sufficient skills in dealing with medical information including data gathering, entry, interpretation and decision making.

2. The science and practice of medicine:
Apply the knowledge obtained from basic biomedical sciences and research in the field of medicine (including community based researches and foundations of epidemiology) in the best management of patients and disease prevention.

3. The social contest of medicine:
Understand and respond effectively to factors that influence the psychological, social and economic aspects in health, disease prevalence and medical care.

4. Professionalism
Behave and communicate with patients, families and medical community in an ethical, compassionate and legal manner, using proper interpersonal communication skills and considering the prevailing rules and regulations.

5. Lifelong learning:
Establish the foundations for lifelong learning to keep up with changes and continuing professional development, recognize own personal and professional limits and function effectively as a mentor and teacher when possible. Learn and work effectively within a multi-professional team.

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