Alneelain University, Khartoum, Sudan

Two senior management staff of Alneelain University, Khartoum, Sudan; travelled to the UK for the purpose of demonstrating expression of interest to enter in to collaborative partnership with several UK universities. The universities visited are; University of Bradford, University of Huddersfield, University of Wolverhampton and University of Coventry.

The visit was facilitated by Heaton Education; and is pleased and proud to announce its advisory role in facilitating the visit to the UK by the delegation from Alneelain University, Khartoum, Sudan which included; the Vice Chancellor Prof Mohamed E. Ahmed and the Academic Secretary Prof Hassan Bashir Mohamed Nour.

From right to left; Prof Hassan Bashir Mohamed Nour; Academic Secretary, Alneelain University, Vice Chancellor Alneelain University, Prof Mohamed E. Ahmed, Prof Mohammad J. Ngala; Heaton Education; and from University of Bradford; Prof Raed Abd-Alhameed; Leader Antennas, Propagation and Computational Electromagnetics Research Group and Dr Raj Patel; Head of Chemical Engineering

 

 

From Right to left; Alneelain University, Vice Chancellor Alneelain University Prof Mohamed E. Ahmed, Prof Mohammad J. Ngala; Heaton Education, Prof Hassan Bashir Mohamed Nour; Academic Secretary, Alneelain University; and from University of Bradford; Dr Hamish Main, International office Regional Manager for Africa, Prof Marcus Rattray; Head of School of Pharmacy, University of Bradford, Dr Josie Fraser, Dean School of Life Sciences and Dr Khalid Assi, Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy.

 

 

From Right to left: , Prof Mohammad J. Ngala; Heaton Education, Dr Raul Sutton; Associate Dean, Faculty of Science and Engineering  University of Wolverhampton, Prof Hassan Bashir Mohamed Nour; Academic Secretary, Alneelain University  and Vice Chancellor Alneelain University Prof Mohamed E. Ahmed

 

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