A Urology Residency includes theoretical and clinical practice modules. Key characteristics of the theoretical training are the interdisciplinary nature of the subjects as well as the emphasis on independent study. Residents learn how to work with current literature, analyze medical information, and relate the theoretical knowledge gained to their practical clinical experience.
A Residency in Urology is designed to prepare qualified, trained medical specialists in urology. They will have the ability to work autonomously in a specialized area of medicine, including high-technology medical care. The education will provide trainees with an excellent and broad background in fundamental medical science and with the professional, technical and clinical skills necessary in their field. The trainees will also acquire in-depth knowledge of related disciplines.
Duration of study
Two academic years
Language of instruction
|Hygiene and Epidemiology of emergency situations||2|
|Health Organization and Public Health||3|
|Clinical researches (clinical training)||8|
|Urology clinical training||63|
|Oncology clinical training||3|
|Final examination (Final interview)||3|
MD, PhD, docent. "Ersimed" Medical Center, Koltsovo Polyclinic
Scentific interests: urology, andrology, pediatric urology.
MD, PhD, Head Urology Department, City Clinical Hospital №25
Scientific interests: urology, surgery
Tuition fees are U.S. $12,000 per year.
Every year foreign students have an opportunity to apply for the Russian Government Scholarship Program
Benefits: full tuition, monthly stipend.
Application deadline: depends on the country of applicant
Note! Selection in the Residency Program is competitive and based on the results of a final interview. For enrollment you have to submit both original and notarized Russian translations of the required documents to the NSU International Recruitment Office (office 2325).
Residency graduates are highly qualified professionals who can work as urology specialists in public or private medical institutions, as well as successfully conduct scientific research.