Kyrgyz State Medical Academy is the 1st medical university of Kyrgyzstan creating history since its inception as the top leading institution of science and healthcare system of the country. Kyrgyz State Medical Academy was established in the year 1939 with only 200 students currently with thousands of entrants to all its 106 specialties graduated over 40,000 doctors till the date. Kyrgyz State Medical Academy continuously excelled in the inception of modern and innovative medical techniques and skills adapting to the latest advancements changing its medical curriculum accordingly. University passed through the glorious path of the rich historical heritage of providing outstanding medical graduates near to century working all over the world. Kyrgyz State Medical Academy is envisioned as the flagship of medical education improving health and quality meeting the needs of society. Kyrgyz State Medical Academy successfully accomplished to produce outstanding medical professionals that are intellectual, values, and ethically committed to a society in curing rare and regular health issues. Joining at Kyrgyz State Medical Academy itself is the best choice for any medical aspirants that are thriving to learn the best clinical and professional knowledge and skills.
Official Website: https://www.kgma.kg/en
|Year of Establishment||1939|
|Name of the University||KYRGYZ STATE MEDICAL ACADEMY|
|Type of the University||Public|
|Location of the University||Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan|
|Recognitions / Accreditations||NMC, WHO, ECFMG, FAIMER|
|Medium of Teaching||ENGLISH|
|Eligibility to enroll in MBBS||10+ 2 WITH PCB 50% IN 12TH / +2|
|Faculty||General Medicine, Pediatrics, Dentistry, Preventive Medicine, Pharmacy and Nursing|
|The population of Indian Students||200|
|Indian Food facility||Available in University canteen/restaurants|
|Total course duration||6 years|
800 highly qualified and efficient faculty members are at present working in Kyrgyz State Medical Academy among them plenty is foreign academicians, doctors, science professors, honored doctors, scientists, healthcare workers successfully recruited from various places of the world. Kyrgyz State Medical Academy named after IK Akhunbaeva is a prestigious institution to every faculty member is dedicated solely to enhance higher medical education.
Infrastructure And Other Facilities
Kyrgyz State Medical Academy currently holds 55 departments consisting of 21 theoretical and 34 clinical departments continuously endeavoring to the benefit of the medical entrants. University equipped best infrastructural and modern teaching facilities to enhance the medical skills of the students. Every department of the university is fully furnished with the best facilities, modern theoretical classrooms, laboratories, vast library with thousands of volumes of reference books and journals, sports arenas, canteen and other facilities fully adept for the student’s comfortable journey through their entire course.
Over 6000 students are currently studying at Kyrgyz State Medical Academy among them near to 2000 students are foreign nationals joined from various countries like India, Pakistan, South Africa, South Korea, USA, UK, Russia, Ukraine, Japan, Nepal, Turkey, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh. Kyrgyz State Medical Academy thrives to fulfill the basic principles of Fairness, Excellence, and Limpidity to all in providing the best quality teaching irrespective of caste, creed, religion, or country. The strong values and morals of the university greatly attract the respect of all the foreign students join to in quest of their future careers.
Indian Food And Accommodation
Spacious hostels are available for the accommodation of boys and girls exclusively at Kyrgyz State Medical Academy. Hostel rooms are provided with 24/7 surveillance security to protect the students from any unwanted occurrences. Indian food is available at the hostel mess to the taste preferences of north and south Indian students.
About Bishkek city: Bishkek is the largest city of Kyrgyzstan and the capital established in 1825 is close to the border of Kyrgyzstan-Kazakhstan. The former Pishpek named city is the administrative center of the country situated 2600 ft altitude with a population of 10,53,915 spread through 169.9 km2. The city was under the ruling of Kokand, Tsarist, Soviet, later independent sovereign after the demise of the soviet union and many riots. The currency used in Kyrgyzstan is som which ranges quite equal to Indian rupee exchange to US dollar approximately 75 stems per every dollar. City also the most polluted city of Kyrgyzstan as well topped among the capitals of the world.
Culture and heritage: Passed through various era’s city has ancient cultures of all the ruling eras till date monumental heritage greatly satisfies the tourists. The city holds the best tourist attractions like State Historical Museum, State Museum of applied arts, Frunze house museum, a statue of Ivan Panfilov, equestrian statue, train station of German prisoners, main government building, ala-too square, Osh bazaar, Kyrgyz national philharmonic concert hall and so.
Transportation: Public transport at Kyrgyzstan mostly includes buses, electric trolleybuses, public vans, taxi cabs, commuter long-distance buses, serving the citizens to travel within and out of the city too long distances. Bishkek-2 railway station offers very few trains especially a three-day train service from Bishkek to Moscow is most popular. Manas International Airport is located just 25 kilometers away from the city serving air travel to most of the major cities of the world.
Climate: Bishkek has a humid continental climate with an average low temperature of 3oC during the months of January and February to a high temperature of 31oC during the June-July months. Summers usually are very dry also experience major thunder and sand storms with gusty winds and winters experience snowfalls frequently and heavy fog. These climatic conditions are a little overwhelming to the students who migrated to study there especially for south Indian students where they are acquainted with tropical climatic conditions.
Safety: Kyrgyzstan is one of the safest countries and Bishkek is one of the safest capitals of the world being overly populated the crime rate is quite low. Except for petty crimes like the pick-pocketing city is very safe from serious crimes. Though the city is mostly safe the tourists or the students should be careful during the night times roaming and not to roam during night times individually.
Communication: Kyrgyz is the national language of Kyrgyzstan and Russian is also a major speaking language over there. Kyrgyz is a Turkic language adopted officially in 1991 as the official language. English is the teaching language at Kyrgyz State Medical Academy and the communication of the same can be done at the university with the faculty and the peers. Nonetheless one cannot expect the same during interacting with the locals and to have direct coordination with the patients students need to learn the local language.