The University of Aleppo in the liberated areas held a graduation ceremony for the second batch of medical students for the academic year 2021-2022, which numbered 41 students. The ceremony was dubbed “the batch of the late doctor Muhammad al-Baroudi.”
The ceremony was held at the Medical Colleges Center in the town of Marea. Participants included Head of the Syrian Interim Government, the Minister of Education, the Minister of Health, the Minister of Finance and Economy, the President of the University of Aleppo in the liberated areas, the Dean of the Faculty of Human Medicine at the University of Aleppo, the official in charge of external relations in the interim government, head of the Free Aleppo Provincial Council, in addition to the administrative and educational staff at the Free Aleppo University, local dignitaries, and a large number of residents.
SIG’s Head Mustafa delivered a speech in which he congratulated the graduates of the Faculty of Human Medicine for reaching the end of the educational stage and the beginning of the professional journey in the field of medicine.
Mustafa stressed that the interim government provides all support to the College of Human Medicine for the many services it provides to serve the community. He thanked the parents of the students, as well as the University of Aleppo, the faculty members and the administrative staff in the college who contributed to the graduation of this batch of distinguished doctors.
He urged the graduates to continue self-development, carry out their noble humanitarian mission efficiently and responsibly, and to commit to principles, values and ethics while performing their work in medical centers and hospitals.
This is the second batch of graduates from the Faculty of Human Medicine in the University of Aleppo in the liberated areas of. The first batch comprised 114 students who graduated in the academic year 2020-2021.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)