Welcome to the Faculty of Health Professions (FHP) at Al-Quds University.
Since its establishment in 1994, the FHP has experienced significant growth offering the highest quality of academic programs, research and practical training for its students lead by highly qualified academic staff.
The total number of students enrolled in the FHP is about 800 students of which 230 new students are admitted annually. After the completion of the first year successfully, students are directed to the different disciplines according to their interests and performance. There are five disciplines under the umbrella of the FHP: ”Medical Laboratory Sciences (MLS)”, “Nursing”, “Midwifery”, “Medical Imaging” and “Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation”. The academic programs of the FHP are designed to address the needs of the health sector primarily in Palestine through providing undergraduate and graduate degrees to its students. The departments of MLS and Nursing offer masters degrees in different disciplines, and also through continuing education, workshops and conferences, The graduates of the FHP are highly skilled enabling them to compete at the national and regional levels.
The students and faculty members of the FHP are engaged in research that addresses core health issues of the Palestinian community. This is achieved through the integration of resources of the FHP and the Palestinian health sector. The students and faculty members of the FHP also benefit from the international collaboration and exchange programs at the levels of undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty members which keep the students and faculty members of the FHP at the forefront of knowledge in their fields. The FHP also provides scholarships for its students to continue their graduate studies in the regional and international universities.
We hope that your join the exciting experience of studying at the FHP at Al-Quds University at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Akram Kharroubi, Ph.D.
Dean, Faculty of Health Professions
Jerusalem – Palestine
Dr. Akram T. Kharroubi