Since its inception, the University has realized that the current pace of development and the specificity of medicine today, such as the introduction of molecular and personalized medicine, require that we train doctors with sufficient knowledge in different fields of science. Therefore, the General Medicine Educational Program is based on an approach that provides high-quality medical training from the top specialists in different fields of medicine with a comprehensive education in natural sciences, social and economic disciplines, mathematics and humanities, and students’ participation in research projects.
The idea behind the introduction of this specialty is to train highly qualified medical doctors or researchers with expertise in clinical disciplines who will possess all the research skills and knowledge of natural sciences that are required for biomedical research.
The objective of the specialized clinical training is to prepare medical doctors with necessary behavioral and critical clinical skills for providing medical care not only for urgent but also life-threatening conditions as well as working on prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation. Upon its completion, graduates are prepared to pursue a career in the areas of research, education, and science, ranging from all sorts of fields such as preventive, diagnostic, therapeutic and organizational; they can continue their education through an internship, residency, or doctoral program in post-graduate professional education programs.
Duration of study
Six academic years
Language of instruction
For the first two years of study, all lessons are held in English. During this same period, students take an intensive Russian language course. Starting from the 3rd academic year, the course of study is organized so that all the modules are taught in Russian, giving the students the opportunity to communicate with real patients and their respective supervisors.
Tuition fees is U.S. $6,500 per year
(All documents must be translated into Russian and duly certified (notarized or certified at a consular department of an embassy)