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Ajman, Nov 23: Gulf Medical College, Ajman was highly honored by the visit of H.E. Dato’ Mustapa Bin Mohamed, Minister of Higher Education Malaysia along with Dato’ Abbdul Mubin Bin Razali – Ambassador, Prof Dato’ Dr. Hassan Bin Said – Director General Ministry of Higher Education and other delegates from various institutions on 22nd November 2006. During their visit they also visited the Ruler’s Court Ajman and had an audience with H. H. Sheikh Humaid Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, Ruler of Ajman and Member of the Supreme Council.

During their visit to GMCA they met the President of GMCA Mr. Thumbay Moideen and congratulated him on the progress made by GMCA in such a short span of time. All the delegates took a tour of GMCA and appreciated the facilities provided to the students.

A presentation was made to the delegates by Prof. S. Rangaswami, Dean of Gulf Medical College explaining the activities of the college. The delegates assured cooperation and inter institutional activities in various areas.

Gulf Medical College, Ajman is recognized and approved as an institution for higher education by the Ministry of Education & Scientific Research, UAE. GMCA is listed in World Directory of Medical Schools by WHO and also listed in IMED under the auspices of FAIMER. GMCA is offering M.B.B.S degree programs with a capacity for 60 students & B.P.T Programs with a capacity for 25 students with limited seats for both boys and girls of all nationalities.

The registration is open for the 2007 batch and for more details visit our college website:


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