Mosul Medical Technical Institute

A Brief History of MMTI

MMTI was established in 1976 as part of the Foundation of Technical Education. In 2014-2015, the institute became affiliated with the Northern Technical University as a section of the Mosul Technical Institute. This affiliation continued until 2023, when the institute gained independence and became a new institution within the Northern Technical University.

MMTI at a Glance
  • MMTI is one of the Northern Technical University institutions in Nineveh Governorate-Iraq.
  • MMTI comprises six medical departments:
      1. Pharmacy Techniques
      2. Anesthesia Techniques
      3. Radiology Techniques
      4. Medical Laboratories Techniques
      5. Community Health Techniques
      6. Nursing Techniques (with two branches: Nursing and Immediate Aid)
  • The institute is located in Rashidiyah, Mosul.
  • The Institute accepts students who are graduates of the scientific branch, the biological branch, and nursing preparatory school.
  • In the evening study programs, the following departments are available:
      1.  Pharmacy Techniques
      2. Anesthesia Techniques
      3. Radiology Techniques
      4. Community Health Techniques
      5. Nursing Techniques (Nursing Branch)
Teaching Staff
Published Research
Undergraduate Students
1500 +




Academic Info
Institute Council

This section includes the biographies of the members of the Council

The Creatives

This section includes distinguished people in our institute


This section includes the CV of Faculty Members - Teaching Staff Directory

Published research

This section includes teaching research published for the year 2023-2024

Courses Guide

This section includes a guide including subjects and number of units

Academic program Description

This section includes academic program description forms

Educational Subjects

Includes educational bags for study materials for the theoretical and practical part

Digital Repository

A digital repository for scientific research by Northern Technical University researchers

Video Library


Lecture Timetable