The contribution of establishing a generation capable of leadership, social responsibility and teamwork

The mission of BMC emphasizes its role in community service as one of its three major tasks besides education and research. In support of BMC mission, Student Development Unit was established to create a link between the community and the college students. The Student Development Unit at BMC works to enhance the growth and development of all students both inside and outside the classroom. It provides support and services in order to meet different students’ needs. As the Student Development Unit is concerned with every aspect of the students’ college experience, it aims to challenge and support students in this important time of intellectual, physical, and interpersonal change and development. The unit offers a variety of social, cultural, leadership, educational, and recreational activities including community services, workshops, fieldtrips, student clubs, and guest- speaker lectures.


The aims of community services are to reinforce the concept of belonging to the community and to develop students’ social, cultural, leadership and educational skills.


Serving Community

Concept of belonging

Skills development

Create bridge to community


Community Service Activities

02 February 2021 

Cooperation Agreement 

Signing a cooperation agreement under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Mishaal bin Majid bin Abdul Aziz Jeddah Governor.

Signing a cooperation agreement between the branch of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development In Makkah Region and Batterjee Medical College for Science and Technology

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03 February 2021

Visits Disabled Kids Center 

As part of their clinical duty with the Community Health Nursing course, BMC Nursing students visited the center of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz for Disabled kids on 3rd of February 2021. A group of kids welcomed the students with smiles that gave everyone a humbling feeling

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12 November 2020 

visiting Old-Age Nursery 

A group of students from BMC Medicine Program, M4, participated in the first visit of the college to an “old-age nursery home” in Makkah, which was supervised by the head of the Medicine Program, Dr Asim Alshanbari who is a consultant and a specialist in the field of geriatric medicine.

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