Study MBBS at RMU

MBBS is an undergraduate, first professional degree in medicine. MBBS courses are designed to train students in all fields of medicine.

The courses include Human Anatomy, Human Physiology, Applied Medical Biochemistry, Applied Pharmacology, Human Pathology, Human Microbiology, Otolaryngology, Dermatology, Pediatrics and even General Surgery. Although it varies between countries, a MBBS degree is typically completed in 4 and a half years. In most countries, the student is required to complete an internship before being awarded the degree in order to demonstrate sufficient exposure. This is so that the students have a qualified amount of practical exposure.

The MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) is a professional undergraduate degree, which means the focus of the curriculum is to prepare you for a career in Medicine. This is the best degree for you.


The RMU curriculum model includes horizontal integration of basic biomedical disciplines in the first year and clinical disciplines in 4-5 courses. In the second and third years of study, the horizontal integration of basic disciplines and vertical in tegration of basic and clinical disciplines in clinical modules are defined.

The standard term of program is 5 years of full-time education. The labor intensity of the General Educational Program is 300 credits for the entire period of study, including all types of classroom and independent student work, practice and the time allotted for quality control of the students.



Foundation of medicine: Anatomy; Normal Physiology; Histology, Embryology, Cyto

Social and humanitarian disciplines: Latin, Russian, English, History of Kyrgyzstan, Manas study, Philosophy.



Each system includes: Biochemistry; Normal and Clinical Anatomy; Histology; Normal physiology; Pathology; Radiology; Therapy; Pediatrics.

Additionally, in reproductive system Gynecology & Obstetrics.



Each system includes: Biochemistry; Normal and clinical anatomy; Histology; Normal physiology; Pathology; Radiology; Therapy; Pediatrics.

Additionally, in Nervous system Neurology, in UGS Urology and in SMS Traumatology & Orthopedics.

Therapy I: Gastroenterology; Pulmonology; Nephrology; Cardiology; Rheumatology; Endocrinology; Hematology.

Pediatrics I: Gastroenterology; Pulmonology; Nephrology; Cardiology; Cardiorheumatology; Endocrinology; Hematology; Neonatology; Diseases of early age; Allergology, immunodeficiency states.



logy; Biology; Chemistry; Biochemistry; Medical Physics, Computer science; Nursing.


Surgery I: Operative surgery, Surgery, General surgery, Infant surgical diseases, Urology.

Therapy  II: Radiology (radiotherapy), Phtysiopulmonology, Professional diseases.



Therapy III: Polyclinical therapy, Family medicine. 

Pediatrics II: Pediatrics, Infant infectious diseases

Surgery II: Clinical anatomy, Surgical diseases, Anesthesiology, intensive care and intensive therapy.

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