Obstetrics and gynecology

Obstetrics and gynecology

About the course

Obstetrics is branch of clinical medicine. Studies the physiological and pathological processes occurring in a woman’s body during pregnancy, childbirth and after childbirth (during the cold season). The main task is to help with childbirth, complications that may occur during pregnancy diseases (toxicities), after childbirth (injuries during childbirth, bleeding, etc.). Moreover, in case of complications, to develop optimal methods for providing medical care to a woman, fetus, and newborn. An obstetrician-gynecologist or midwife in hospitals, maternity hospitals, or rural doctors ‘offices performs this task.

Gynecology branch of clinical medicine specific anatomical and physiological features of the body of women of different ages, diseases of their genitals. It also examines the normal sexual activity of women — menstruation, childbirth, as well as childbearing and delayed menstruation (menopause), as well as diseases characteristic of this period, causes, infertility, as well as recommendations for their prevention and treatment. General and private are distinguished. General symptoms, diagnosis of gynecological diseases, their prevention and treatment; private G. ESA includes some diseases of the female reproductive system, their specific aspects and symptoms, diagnosis, prevention and treatment is closely related to obstetrics.

Entry Requirements

Copy of identity document (passport), original Higher education document, Copy of the international certificate confirming foreign language proficiency in accordance with the pan-European competencies (standards) of foreign language proficiency, photo 3×4.

Duration of training

3 years

Credit hours

(for local students)UZS 10 488 590

(international students) $3500-5500

Education code


Among the Courses Offered
  • Strategy of socio-economic development of Uzbekistan
  • Practical foreign language
  • Research work, scientific practice (internship) and preparation of a master’s thesis
  • Modern information and communication technologies
  • Midwifery
  • Methods of teaching special subjects