International Medical Faculty

International Medical Faculty

About the course

International Medical bachelor’s degree course for those who want to fulfill their dream of becoming a doctor. The Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery are professional degrees in the medical sciences. A person with an MBBS degree becomes a certified medical practitioner. The duration of the MBBS course is five years and six months, including a year of rotating practice in hospitals, health centers and health camps organized by non-profit organizations (NGOs). The course includes research in the fields of anatomy, pharmacology, pathology, as well as health and medicine, pediatrics and surgery. The curriculum is structured in such a way that those who have a degree can choose a specialty for further medical education and practice. Professional areas for students include, but are not limited to, nephrology, cardiology, gynecology, and anesthesiology, and organ transplantation, endocrine and general surgery.

Entry Requirements

Passport, school graduation certificate or academic lyceum / college diploma, photo 3×4.

Duration of training

5 years

Credit hours
Fees

(for local students)UZS 15 344 490

(international students) $3000-5500

Education code

60910200

Among the Courses Offered
First year
  • History of Uzbekistan
  • Anatomy
  • Medical biology. General genetics
  • Medical Chemistry
  • Latin and medical terminology
  • Biophysics
  • Introduction to the medical profession
Third year
  • Clinical Anatomy (Operative Surgery and Topographic Anatomy)
  • Pathological anatomy
  • Pathological physiology
  • Pharmacology
  • Hygiene, medical ecology
  • Public health
Fifth year
  • Tuberculosis and breast diseases
  • Forensic medicine. Toxicology Department
  • Skin and venereal diseases
  • Orthodontics
  • Parade ontology
Second year
  • Anatomy
  • Histology, Cytology, and Embryology
  • Medical biology. General genetics
  • Medical Chemistry
  • Physiology
  • Latin and medical terminology
  • Biophysics
  • Introduction to the medical profession
Fourth year
  • Pediatrics. Medical genetics
  • Surgery. Neurosurgery
  • Clinical pharmacology
  • Rehabilitation services
  • Emergency medical care
  • Infectious diseases. Epidemiology
  • Public medicine
  • Dental Implantology
Practice
  • Assistant Junior Medical Worker
  • Ward Nurse’s Assistant
  • Ambulance Nurse’s Assistant
  • Assistant to a hospital doctor