Medical Courses are in the most demand in all high-qualified European and Asian educational establishments. Becoming a medical worker is one of the hardest, but well-respected life paths among young and prominent specialists. Our partner Universities in Georgia, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Uzbekistan, and Poland are recognized worldwide for many innovative teaching methods, clinical training, and research programs. Our award-winning partner Universities are constantly striving for greater innovation and excellence in the classrooms, their Research and Scientific Laboratories, and Clinics.
Currently, studying MBBS in European and Asian universities is getting more and more popular among international students, due to the wide range of career options, overseas internship opportunities, and high salaries after graduating from our partner medical Universities. Tuition fee for Medical Courses of all specialties in our partner universities in Georgia, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Uzbekistan, and Poland is minimal and affordable in comparison with other countries.
The MBBS course usually lasts for 5-6 years and starts with the studying of basic pre and para-clinical subjects such as Biochemistry, Physiology, Anatomy, Microbiology, Pathology, and Pharmacology. The students simultaneously obtain hands-on training in the wards and outpatient departments, where they interact with real patients. The student is taught to determine what investigations will be useful for a patient and what the best treatment options are. The studying process consists of obtaining theoretical knowledge and practical skills for performing standard clinical procedures. The course also contains a 12-month-long internship, in which an intern is rotated across various specialties. Besides standard medical care and treatment of diseases, one also gets a thorough experience in ward management, staff management, and specific counseling skills.
All international students have their classes in groups of8-12 students. Second-year students take clinical classes where they can gain experience with nursing patients. Students have clinical courses from their third year of study. Students have the opportunity to study any topic of interest and acquire knowledge in specialized medical departments. It is important to complete a six-year studying program, and have all courses completed before students are eligible to graduate.
The medium of instruction in the Medical faculty is English. The admission requirements differ across universities. Generally, students who attain higher marks in the qualifying examinations and the Medical Entrance Examinations conducted by various agencies are accepted onto the MBBS course.
For the first 3 years of training, students are mainly focused on theoretical subjects in the departments of Biology, Medical Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Human Anatomy, Histology, Physiology, Pathology, Microbiology, Latin and Foreign Languages, and Social Sciences. During the last 3,5 years, students are offered extensive practical training in various fields of Internal Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Public Health, and Disease Prevention. One of the most distinctive features of medical education in our partner universities is the students’ full hands-on work with patients in all clinical classes. It gives students a unique opportunity to become highly skilled in modern methods of diagnosis and treatment.
The successful students will complete a long-cycle studying program for six years, including preparation for graduating work and the final examination. There is a wide range of medical specializations available in the public and private sectors, involving Research, Academic Medicine, Public Health, Clinical Medicine, and other areas. Specialties include Cardiology, Oncology, Pediatrics, Psychological Medicine, Surgery, Pathology, Public Health, General Practice, and many others. Most doctors complete Postgraduate Training in their chosen specialty.
The administration of each University undertakes the selection of evaluation methods for learners based on its learning goals and conditions. The evaluation methods in our partner University studying programs may include:
For theoretical courses: written exams, offering exercises in written reports or lecturing, oral exams, and computer interactive exams;
Practical and clinical courses: observation of the clinical performance of the students during the program, objective structured clinical examination (OSCE), objective structured lab.
University Studying Programs are approved by the Higher Council of Medical Sciences Planning, and the national Ministry of Health. Every University is being a part of an agreement about cooperation through the international Bologna process, therefore some of them can have equal amounts of credits for some types of educational courses. They are divided into General Courses, Obligatory Basic Courses, Obligatory Specialized Courses, and Specialized Elective Courses.
The studying curriculum covers a comprehensive range of subjects. These subjects are:
Medicine and Health Studies;
Dentistry, Dental Hygiene, Technology, and Health Education;
Medicine (General) and Clinical;
Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology;
Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Pharmacy;
Complementary Medicines, Therapies, and Wellbeing;