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Adam University Kyrgyzstan MBBS Fees | Admission in MBBS in Adam University Faculty of Medicine

Adam University Kyrgyzstan MBBS Fees | Admission in MBBS in Adam University Faculty of Medicine

Adam University Kyrgyzstan MBBS Fees

Adam University is a higher educational institute, established in 1994 Located in Bishkek city Kyrgyzstan, the capital of Kyrgyz Republic, to provide education, research and training on Business, Finance, Economics, Tourism and medicine for the transition economies of the central Asia. The medicine program MBBS of Adam university is taught in English language and the duration of course is 5 years.  The mission is to promote a society in the development of market and social institutions through the training of competent personnel in different fields.


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The medical school is the structural division of Adam university officially approved by the Ministry of Health and Ministry of education of Kyrgyz Republic with the license No. LD170001314. for promotion of high quality medical education and providing health diagnostic services and treatment to local population.





Well-equipped training rooms with modern computers and medical training simulators and analyzers are placed at university campuses. For organization of education process, our teachers use modern software like “Simformer”, ”Webex” and “Virtumed” which are given possibilities to our students create their individual work in effective way. 

The medicine program has a curriculum where science and medical disciplines are highly integrated to ensure an optimum learning experience.
Training is conducted in line up with European Educational Standard which enables students to migrate to European and other universities during the study or after completion of their degree.

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Mission of Adam University




 5 years MBBS/MD program is designed to teach the core competencies required to become highly skilled doctors. The general objective of the medicine program is to train physicians who:




  1. to diagnose patients and assign them a treatment, appropriate diagnose, and status of heath.
  2. to provide medical assistance in a variety of situations including emergencies.
  3. to conduct rehabilitation and therapeutic treatment for diseases of all body systems as well as after traumas, surgical operations.
  4. to conduct various medical expertise including work capacity assessment, forensic analysis.
  5. to work with medical equipment, tools that are used for the diagnosis and treatment of patients.
  6. to teach students the core competencies required to become highly skilled doctors.
  7. enhance the awareness of society of the importance of measures of health promotion and disease prevention.
  8. wish to contribute by their activities to the development of medicine as a field as well as medical science.
  9. are able to provide medical assistance of high quality corresponding to recent achievements in medicine and high ethical standards.

After graduation students can pursue a wide variety of careers internationally. Students have an opportunity to continue their education in any higher field in their home country or abroad and become doctor, specialists, doctoral level or have a job requiring a medical degree.


Rector message of Adam University




Rector of Adam University, Assoc. Prof. Svetlana Sirmbard
Adam university was established in 1994 to provide education, research and training on different in specialties. It is located in the heart of capital(Bishkek)of the Kyrgyz Republic.
The medical school is the structural division of Adam University officially approved by the Ministry of Education and Science and Ministry of Health of Kyrgyz Republic.
Our medical school is officially registered in the World Directory of Medical Schools(WHO&FAIMER).We offer 5 years MBBS/MD program entirely in English Medium under the supervision of highly qualified Professor doctors, doctor of medical science and senior instructors. Our teachers use modern software like ”Simformer”, ”Webex”and ”Virtumed” which provide the opportunities to our students to create their individual work in effective way. Our medical program has a curriculum where science and medical disciplines are highly integrated to ensure an optimum learning experience. We have strong clinical set up and we are affiliated with Government and private sector hospitals in the city that provide the maximum opportunities to our students for clinical practice.
We are an institution where the education is on the list of major objectives. Each graduate of our University, regardless of specialty, will be well received on the international market due to the exceptional training on medical study offered by our exceptional professors. After graduation our students can pursue a wide variety of careers internationally.
We support the quality and visibility through research, by creating international standard facilities in order to promote research and researchers.
If you wish to be a professional doctor and have true passion with medicine then be a part of our university where everyone counts, where everyone can become an exceptional professional, and where human quality and excellence come on the first place, this is the university you are looking for.
Rector of Adam University, Assoc. Prof. Svetlana Sirmbard



Adam University Hospital



Medical books are also important but hospitals,clinics and research departments play a very important role in medical study in order to asses adverse events,both serious or not,different causes of different diseases,that could raise only during clinical study.our clinical studies have a researcher team of PhD. doctors,Professor doctors,Nurses,Social workers and other health care professionals.Our medical school is affiliated with many Government and private sector hospitals agreeing with Ministry of Health of Kyrgyzstan.These hospitals have more than 2000 beds capacity and our students available full time clinical training in these hospitals mainly include include the following.



Clinical Facilities of Adam University






Adam University students avail the much clinical facilities in our hospitals:
    • OPD Cases
    • New Admissions (Indoor)
    • Bed Occupancy Rate
    • Maj or Surgical Procedures
    • Minor Surgical Procedures
    • Pathology Tests
    • X-Rayse
    • Ultrasounds
    • CT Scans
    • MRI
    • Dialysis
    • PCR
    • Deliveries
    • Accident & Emergency Department
    • Emergency Cases
    • Medical Emergency Cases
    • Surgical Emergency Cases
    • Obs&Gynae Cases
    • Paeds Emergency Cases
    • Other Emergencies/ Discharge from (COD)
  • Medical Diagnostic Centre of Adam University


  • In  Campus there is well equipped  medical diagnostic centre with following equipments:
    • Tablet photometer –analyzer for ELISA
    • Biochemical analyzer
    • Hematologic analyzer
    • Immunoenzyme analyzer
    The medical diagnostic center will provide the wide spectrum of laboratory studies, including:
    • General clinical tests
    • Biochemical studies
    • Study of the blood coagulation system
    • Hormonal studies
    • Determination of concentration of oncomarkers
    • Evaluation of the reproductive system and monitoring of pregnancy
    • Identification of serological markers of infectious diseases
    • Express diagnostics
    • Enzyme immunoassay and PCR diagnostics of hepatitis,urogenital infections.

Adam University Kyrgyzstan MBBS Fees

Adam University Kyrgyzstan MBBS Fees
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Kyrgyz Republic


The Kyrgyz Republic, or simply Kyrgyzstan, and also known as Kirghizia, is a sovereign state in Central Asia. Kyrgyzstan is a landlocked country with mountainous terrain. It is bordered by Kazakhstan to the north, Uzbekistan to the west and southwest, Tajikistan to the southwest and China to the east. Its capital and largest city is Bishkek.

Kyrgyzstan’s recorded history spans over 2,000 years, encompassing a variety of cultures and empires. Although geographically isolated by its highly mountainous terrain, which has helped preserve its ancient culture, Kyrgyzstan has been at the crossroads of several great civilizations as part of the Silk Road and other commercial and cultural routes. Though long inhabited by a succession of independent tribes and clans, Kyrgyzstan has periodically fallen under foreign domination and attained sovereignty as a nation-state only after the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991.

Kyrgyzstan is a landlocked country in Central Asia, bordering Kazakhstan, China, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. It lies between latitudes 39° and 44° N, and longitudes 69° and 81° E. It is farther from the sea than any other individual country, and all its rivers flow into closed drainage systems which do not reach the sea. The mountainous region of the Tian Shan covers over 80% of the country (Kyrgyzstan is occasionally referred to as “the Switzerland of Central Asia”, as a result),[58] with the remainder made up of valleys and basins.

The climate varies regionally. The low-lying Fergana Valley in the southwest is subtropical and extremely hot in summer, with temperatures reaching 40 °C (104 °F) The northern foothills are temperate and the Tian Shan varies from dry continental to polar climate, depending on elevation. In the coldest areas temperatures are sub-zero for around 40 days in winter, and even some desert areas experience constant snowfall in this period. In the lowlands the temperature ranges from around -−6 °C (21 °F) in January to 24 °C (75 °F) in July.


Bishkek city


Bishkek, formerly Pishpek and Frunze, is the capital and largest city of Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyz Republic). Bishkek is also the administrative center of the Chuy Region. The province surrounds the city, although the city itself is not part of the province, but rather a province-level unit of Kyrgyzstan.


 Alatoo square
Bishkek is a city of wide boulevards and marble-faced public buildings combined with numerous Soviet-style apartment blocks surrounding interior courtyards. There are also thousands of smaller privately built houses – mostly outside the city center. Streets follow a grid pattern, with most flanked on both sides by narrow irrigation channels, watering innumerable trees to provide shade in the hot summers.

City centre 

Ala-Too Square, Bishkek’s main square
  • State Historical Museum, located in Ala-Too Square, the main city square
  • State Museum of Applied Arts, containing examples of traditional Kyrgyz handicrafts
  • Frunze House Museum
  • Statue of Ivan Panfilov in the park near the White House.
  • An equestrian statue of Mikhail Frunze stands in a large park (Boulevard Erkindik) across from the train station.
  • The train station itself was built in 1946 by German prisoners of war and has survived since then without further renovation or repairs; most of those who built it perished and were buried in unmarked pits near the station.
  • The main government building, the White House, is a huge, seven story marble block and the former headquarters of the Communist Party of the Kirghiz SSR
  • At Ala-Too Square there is an independence monument where the changing of the guards may be watched.
  • Osh bazaar, west of the downtown area, is a large, picturesque produce market
 City center

Outer neighbourhoods

The Dordoy Bazaar, just inside the bypass highway on the north-eastern edge of the city, is a major retail and wholesale market.

Outside the city

The Kyrgyz Ala-Too mountain range, some 40 kilometres (25 mi) away, provides a spectacular backdrop to the city; the Ala Archa National Park is only a 30 to 45 minutes drive away.

Climate

Bishkek has both hot dry summer continental and mediterranean climate depending which isotherm would be used. (Köppen climate classification Csa/Dsarespectively). Average precipitation is around 440 millimetres (17 in) per year. Average daily high temperatures range from 3 °C (37.4 °F) in January to about 31 °C (87.8 °F) during July. The summer months are dominated by dry periods, punctuated by the occasional thunderstorm, which produces strong gusty winds and rare dust storms. The mountains to the south provide a natural boundary and protection from much of the damaging weather, as does the smaller mountain chain which runs north-west to south-east. In the winter months, sparse snow storms and frequent heavy fog are the dominating features. There are sometimes temperature inversions, during which the fog can last for days at a time.



Healthcare system in Kyrgyzstan


Kyrgyzstan has undertaken wide-ranging reforms of its health system in a challenging socioeconomic and political context. The country has developed two major health reform programmes after becoming independent: Manas (1996 to 2006) and Manas Taalimi (2006 to 2010). These reforms introduced comprehensive structural changes to the health care delivery system with the aim of strengthening primary health care, developing family medicine and restructuring the hospital sector.

Major service delivery improvements have included the introduction of new clinical practice guidelines, improvements in the provision and use of pharmaceuticals, quality improvements in the priority programmes for mother and child health, cardiovascular diseases, tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS, strengthening of public health and improvements in medical education.

A Community Action for Health programme was introduced through new village health committees, enhancing health promotion and allowing individuals and communities to take more responsibility for their own health. Health financing reform consisted of the introduction of a purchaser provider split and the establishment of a single payer for health services under the state-guaranteed benefit package (SGBP). Responsibility for purchasing health services has been consolidated under the Mandatory Health Insurance Fund (MHIF), which pools general revenue and health insurance funding.

Funds have been pooled at national level since 2006, replacing the previous pooling at oblast level. The transition from oblast-based pooling of funds to pooling at the national level allowed the MHIF to distribute funds more equitably for the SGBP and the Additional Drug Package. Although utilization of both primary care and hospital services declined during the 1990s and early 2000s, it is increasing again. There is increasing equality of access across regions, improved financial protection and a decline in informal payments, but more efforts will be required in these areas in the future.

The Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic is a central authority of the state administration which implements a policy in the sphere of the public health care in the Kyrgyz Republic. The main task of the Ministry is formation of the single policy in the spheres as follows:
  • health care and health promotion
  • sanitary and epidemiological welfare
  • health financing and economics
  • staffing in health care system
  • provision of medicines to the population
  • medical science and education
  • compulsory medical insurance.
Attaining of independence along with development of market relations initiated a process of reformation in all sectors of the national economy of the Kyrgyz Republic including branches of health care system.
Health care facilities faced difficult tasks such as health preservation and promotion especially among children, women, old people and others including low-income persons in difficult economic conditions. Along with it, strategies and fundamental principles in the health care had been developed.

In 2007-2010, a number of legal acts of pharmacological support have been accepted under the State Medical Policy. For example, the Kyrgyz Republic Government Regulation No. 75 as of October 10th, 2006 approved the List of the Life-saving Medication recommended by WHO and complied with evidentiary medicine strategy regulations.

In Kyrgyzstan, further concentration of state financing and scientific potential in priority areas of the health care sector is provided with competitive financing of fundamental research, it goes along with stimulation of scientific and technical enterprise, development of small promotional enterprises and pilot production.
http://www.med.kg – Medical site of Kyrgyzstan.


Academic Council of Adam University


Adam University faculty of medicine(AUFM) has a academic council consist of 5 members under the supervision of Rector Svetlana Simbard.The council performs following;
To determine the requirements of medical education in the light policy directions of Ministry of Education and Science and Ministry of Health of Kyrgyz Republic and also foreign medical council rules and regulations for foreign students.


To discuss ways and means to improve the standard of medical education and facilities pertaining to their respective institutions.
To lay down a general plan for the implementation of medical education policy including curriculum and syllabus for students,distribution of duties of teaching staff, school terms, vacations and also to discuss other matters connected with curriculum activities of the medical faculty.
To assist the principal in administrative matters of the school and in matters of discipline among the staff and students.
To lay down policy for awards,scholarships,fee concessions etc.
To supervise the medical research at affiliated hospitals

To help the development of school library, laboratories and medical diagnostic center
To consider any question referred to it by Government or any educational authority and report its opinion or recommendation in regard thereto.
To establish,maintain educational relationship with foreign universities for exchange of teachers,research,share new information for the development of medical faculty.


Laboratory of Adam University


Laboratory department is very essential for diagnosis and management of patients with Hematology disorders. University has a well set up laboratory and this also caters to research projects of the Department of medicine & other departments from the institution. Various investigations done in Hematology department are as follow;
  • Complete Haemogram
  • Peripheral smear examination
  • Bone marrow aspirate and biopsy examination
  • Iron studies
  • Hemoglobin Electrophoresis
  • Clotting time
  • Prothrombin time
  • Partial thromboplastine time
  • Sickling test
  • Glucose-6 phosphate Dehydrogenase
  • Sucrose Lysis and HAMS test for PNH
  • Following tests are also performed regularly;
  • Complete Blood Test(CBC)
  • ESR
  • Peripheral smear for Malarial Parasite
  • Urine Examination
Also Blood collection is done for & forwarded with respective labs
  • LFT-RA test
  • RFT-Widal
  • BSL(F/PP) -VDRL
  • PT/PI-Aso titre
  • Blood grouping-Sr.Electrolytes
  • HBsAG, HCV-Sr.Uric acid
  • Following equipment are used in laboratory
  • Blood Cell Counter – PCE 210
  • Incubator
  • Centrifuge machine
  • Microscope
  • In our departments we have folowoing categories;
  • Central Laboratory
  • Hematology Laboratory
  • Clinical Hematology Laboratory
  • Clinical Pathology Laboratory
  • Cytology Laboratory
  • Endocrinology Laboratory
  • Emergency Laboratory
  • Medicine Laboratory
  • Microbiology Laboratories
  • Gastroenterology  Laboratory
  • Gynaecology & obstetrics Laboratory
  • Postmortem Section Laboratory
  • Skin Department Laboratory
  • Surgical Histopathology Laboratory


Adam University Teaching method


A wide-range of appropriate assessment methods are used to ensure students have achieved the level of knowledge and skill required. Methods include:
  1. Assignments
  2. Group projects
  3. Practical Exams
  4. Written exams with multiple choice question and short answer and Essay questions
  5. Objective structure clinical exams
  6. Verbal viva exams
  7. Short cases, big cases and focus clinical exams.
  8. Thesis(independent learning project)
  9. Modules
  10. Grading systems which are criterion referenced, making the expected standards of performance clear and explicit to students and examiners alike.
  11. Study in small groups(10 students) makes easy communication between students and teachers


Adam University Teaching Staff


Our teachers are wholly committed to imparting education and students have the benefit of their expertise and knowledge every single day,right through the year.A large number of our teachers have terminal qualifications and graduated from Russia,Europe,Uk and America.Every years teachers are also invited from European countries and from countries like India,Pakistan,Bangladesh,Nepal on agreement basis to deliver lectures for one or 2 months period.This enhance the knowledge of students that make them easy to pass their medical council exams in their home countries after graduation.
Our teaching staff are highly professional,among them there are professor doctors,doctors of medical science,candidates of medical science,doctors of biological science and pedagogical science who have significant experience on their areas.All our teachers are fluent in English Language.

In National Hospital there are 160 number of staff and among them there are 6 professor doctors,36 candidates of medical science and 118 doctor of science including 41 with highest qualification category.
In Chui Hospital there are 30 doctors and more than 10 candidates and doctors of science. Our university is in step with times.we conduct online lectures with participation of leading specialists in various fields of medicine from universities in moscow,europe,pakistan,bangladesh,india and some other countries. For September 2018 is scheduled to lecture by Savostikova Marina Vladimirovna. This is a good opportunity for professionals to increase their knowledge, and for students to learn the basics of Biological science and microscopic anatomy. 
Marina Vladimirovna is Candidate of medical Sciences and head of the laboratory of clinical Cytology of the fsbu”. N. N. Blokhin” the Ministry of health. Vice-President of the Association of Oncopathologies. She is author of 143 scientific papers, 8 of them abroad, 8 textbooks for physicians, 37 presentations at scientific conferences. She is author of the “Atlas of cytologic and immunocytochemical diagnosis of tumors” 2010 Leading specialist in the field of standard and fluorescent immunocytochemistry, liquid-based Cytology and cell-block techniques.
Above all,we have great staff-student relations as we understand that the care and support of our students is our first priority.


Anatomy Skills of Adam University


In first 2 years, students undertake the study of anatomy and the keep subject areas including medical sciences,clinical skills,ethics and professionalism.This uses cadavers and takes place under the close supervision of the anatomy demonstrators.Students avail opportunity to see the dissection of body in our morphological campus in territory Tokmok Hospital.Anatomy will be taught in clinical oriented manner so as to prepare students for their clinical studies.all anatomy practical lessons will be conducted in a small group environment ,with hands- on practice emphasizing clinical relevance to medical practice.This practical experience uses multiple approaches to enhance understanding of clinically applied anatomy.These include;
  • Pro-sections
  • Models
  • Ultrasound
  • Radio-logical imagine
  • Body painting
In 3rd to 5th year students join significant clinical experience in our hospitals in 45 different departments and it develops students specialist knowledge,skills and professional behavior,preparing them for their future career.The anatomy lab experience will be very different for a 3rd year student as compared to a 1st year medical student.First year students will be mostly focused on identifying structures from their textbook,whereas 3rd year students will be interested in how the anatomy has clinical value and how it relates to real life. We use new plastinated bodies and the interactive anatomage table ,which displays life-sized 3D images of full body anatomy using computed tomography (CT)and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans ,allowing students to view the internal structure of the body.The combination of plastinated human specimens(Body &Parts) ,anatomage table,and histology slides will enable students to learn about entire human body from outside to inside and down to the cellular level.The teaching of anatomy will involve input,ideas and perspectives  from surgeons and radiologists,who are in clinical practice.we believe this will help inspire the students to keep up lifelong learning.


Adam University International Cooperation


Adam University has steady partner communications with many universities of the world like Sweden, Finland, Norway, United Kingdom, Italy, Belgium, Spain, France, Austria, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Cyprus, North Cyprus, more than 20 universities from Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Russian Federation. These agreements established for development of research and education in different fields including General Medicine.
The aim of cooperation networks is to represent the shared interests of their members and to serve as forums for exchanging ideas on matters related to higher education and research. Cooperation networks also facilitate the search for new parents and strengthen academic and cultural ties between universities. This network function as a channel for efficient communication and faster the exchange of researchers, teaching staff and students. Cooperation within the networks mainly manifests itself in regular meetings of working groups, in seminars and training sessions organized for members of the networks, in constant exchange of information and in consultations for agreeing on joint positions.
Adam University actively participate in the development the quality assurance system based on EFQM model in the framework of Tempus Project; Central Asian Network for Quality Assurance and Accreditaion. Adam university signed for Magna Charta Universitatum, Bologna Italy in 2010. University of Adam at promoting academic mobility through agreements on academic cooperation with other countries and their higher education institutions, thus increasing its participation in the research initiatives of the EU.



Requirements for Admission in Adam University


Admission at Adam university faculty of medicine(AUFM) is granted on strict merit for international students according to the rule and regulations of Medical and Dental Council of the home land countries of the students mostly for India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal. It is mandatory to get the eligibility certificate from Medical and Dental Council of related countries.

Session September 2019.
150 seats available and last date of admission and entry into Kyrgyzstan is 15th of October 2019.

Session February 2020.
150 seats available and last date of admission and entry into Kyrgyzstan is 15th of March 2020. For any fresh news contact with our representatives in your home countries.

NOTE;
Students are preferred with high percentage in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Students with low scoring(hardly passing marks) in Physics, Chemistry and Biology would not be eligible for admission in MBBS/MD course of Adam university faculty of medicine(AUFM).
Necessary Requirements
  • Complete intermediate education 12 years equivalent to secondary education of the Kyrgyz Republic.
  • Rate scores varies by the country of the region.
  • Performance eligibility in subjects Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  • Admission Fee(not refundable).
  • Paying Capacity.
Necessary Documents for admission.
  • Certificate of completed intermediate education;
  • Passport with appropriate entry visa;
  • Medical reference – 086 form, (medical examination can be provided in Adam university Medical Center);
  • Application form;
  • 10 photographs (3х4cm).
Necessary Documents for transfer student.
If student wants to transfer from one institution to another institution within the country or abroad, he/she needs to provide the following documents.
  • Certificate of completed intermediate education;
  • Academic reference from previous Higher Medical Institution;
  • Extract from order on expulsion from previous Higher Medical Institution;
  • Passport with appropriate entry visa;
  • Medical reference – 086 form, (medical examination can be provided in Adam University Medical Center);
  • 10 photographs (3х4).
Visa Support
Successful candidates can obtain visa upon application from Adam university
  • authorization for entry is given on the basis of the AUFM application;
  • consideration of request for visa support is finalized in Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the KR within 1 month;
  • you can obtain entry visa  in diplomatic representation offices and consular departments of the KR abroad or consular agency in “Manas”
After successfully getting admission and visa, inform us or inform our representatives in your home country about your arrival schedule(copy of ticket),our representative will receive you at “Manas” airport for your comfort and guide you to the campus and provide the hostel facility.
When you are at Campus
  • your passport shall be registered by Ministry of Internal Affairs of the KR within 5 working days from the date of arrival. Holidays and weekends are not counted and in case of delay you will face a penalty of 10000 som (local currency)=150$
  • assistance in visa registration and extension shall be provided by the International Cooperation office at 3rd floor
  • visa validity for international students shall be determined according to the time of staying in the KR from 6 months to 1 year;
  • deadline for handing passports to the International Cooperation office is 30 days before visa expiration date.In case of delay you will face a penalty of 10000 Som (local currency)=150$


Adam University Library


  1. A borrower who loses or damages library material shall be required to replace the item. A replacement cost is not acceptable unless the item is not available in the market.
  2. A member must obtain clearance from the library at the time of receiving his / her course completion certificates or at the event of separation from the college and faculty members and officers obtain clearance from the library at the time of departure / leave his or her job, by returning all books and materials issued against him. He/she should also surrender the library card at that time.
  3. Computer service has been opened of all library users for academic and research related work after their entry the accession register, one user will be used for one hours.
  4. A reading place may not be reserved during the reader’s absence inside the library premises.
  5. Personal possessions should not be allowed in the reference, journal and book stack area.
  6. Taking foods and drinks are also not allowed inside the library.
  7. Users should avoid resting their feet on tables, chairs, shelves, windows etc.
  8. Smoking in the library premises is strictly prohibited.
  9. No broadsheets, handbills, newspapers, advertisements, or other materials (other than approved, official notices of the library) be distributed or displayed within the library.
  10. Members should not be allowed to move books, theses, journals and other materials from their specific area to another area.
  11. Members should not replace the documents on shelves; the library staff will do the replacement.
  12. For any emergency contact with library staffs.
  13. Silence is required throughout the library. Readers should not dissociate the concentration of their fellows by discussion or gossiping.
  14. Willful misuse of library facilities may result in membership of the library being terminated.
  15. Users who disturb normal library environment and behave in an offensive manner, will be required to modify their behavior or to leave the library.
  16. Books and bound volumes should be handled with great care. Avoid keeping the volumes open on the table face down, or inserting note books or pencils in between the pages and closing them. Pages must not be folded to serve as book marks.
  17. Defects found in the books and other materials taken out for use or for borrowing should be brought immediately to the notice of the library staff on duty. Books loaned should be protected from any damage.
  18. Marking or disfigure with ink or pencil on a book, periodical, CDs / DVD, or any other library materials in any way is forbidden. Any sort of mutilation will cause of replacement.
  19. Books, periodicals or other reading materials should not be removed from the library premises without being registered at the circulation counter.
  20. Without members no one allowed inside the library but with special permission for research purpose can be allowed to use the library for a limited period only


Adam University Dormitory


There are several options of accommodation for international students and it is important to consider whether you prefer an independent life style or enjoy living in community.
It is mandatory to live in hostel for 1st and 2nd year students.All rooms are equipped with bed,mattress,pillow,blanket,desk,chair,heater and suitable light both for study and relaxation.Our hostel feature 24-hours access to security and emergency services.In one room there is capacity of 2 or 4 persons depending upon the size of a room and cost is 50$-60$ per head per month.
Accommodation out of Campus.
Adam university is located in the heart of capital city Bishkek and being a center of the of city there are a lot of flats and apartments available near the campus but a little bit costly as compared to far from the center.Living in flats always give more responsibility and freedom.Off campus housing can be obtained in nearby apartments and all houses and apartments are furnished with all facilities of life and vary in size and cost.When you decide to stay in a flat,our representative “Edu-Medicine” are always available to help you in searching of apartments.You will need to budget very carefully to meet your expanses before choosing a flat.If you like a joint accommodation with 1 or 2 friends you can share the budget and then it makes not a big difference in cost between hostel and private flat.3 students can easily adjust in 2 rooms private flat and it costs round about 200$-250$ per month.In 3 rooms flat 4 persons can easily adjust and it costs round about 300$-400$ per month.In one room flat only 2 persons are allowed to live and it costs round about 150$-250$ per month.


Student’s Life at Adam University


For productive studying at our Department needs: good memory, tenacity, endurance and of course a positive attitude!
That is why, we aim not only to study, but also plan to rest of students, taking into account their wishes. For example, we come to the mountains.
We organize the intellectual board games between schools, participate in sports competitions. Gain prizes and awards! …
In order to be a medic will need a lot of practice. At our Department has a series of “Introduction to the field”.  Already from the first year student can communicate with patients, patient poll.  Receive minimal skills on the measurement of blood pressure, heart rate. To prepare yourself to clinical disciplines!
Students learn first aid in emergency situations.
On this same course students carry out various tests on memory, thinking, attention.
Learn public speaking skills and oratorical skill!
It is from the first year laying the skills of clinical thinking!


Role of Co curricular Activity in Student


Out of busy academic schedule students are encouraged to participate in extra-co curricular activities like debate, sports, culture events through organizing very entertaining culture week and picnic program every year. We organize tours to mountains and hilly areas ,historical places of Kyrgyzstan and tour to largest beach at Issyk-Kul lake.
This all is done under the supervision of responsible of university staff and security members. We organize every year Cricket and Hockey tournaments among the teams from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal. Students actively participate and enjoy the moment. Special functions like Convocation Party, Independence Day, Indian Holi Festival and Eid function for muslims are also celebrated every year. Drama, acting, arts and painting are also the part of co curricular activities.


Why Adam University (AUFM)


Key points to join the medical course in Adam University faculty of medicine(AUFM).
  1. World wide recognized degree.
  2. Approved by local Government, WHO, FAIMER, PMDC, NMC, MCI, BMDC,IIME.
  3. located in beautiful area and center of capital city Bishkek.
  4. High populated city, high patient load for clinical training as in other cities of Kyrgyzstan such clinical facilities not available.
  5. Affiliated with Big Government and private hospitals in the city.
  6. Course duration is 5 years as compared to 6 years in other universities but at the same time has more comprehensive, advanced and clinical orientation curriculum.
  7. Entire course is taught in English medium.
  8. Teaching staff is fluent in English language.
  9. In 4th and 5th year of study there is preparation of BMDC, NMC, PMDC, IMC, USLME exams under the supervision of professor doctors from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, India and other European countries on contract basis.
  10. European Credits Transfer System(ECTS) in curriculum that makes easy for students to migrate to other universities in Europe and Russia during or after the course.
  11. Online lectures from renowned universities of Moscow and Pakistan.
  12. Tuition fee is affordable and comparatively very less as compared to developed countries.
  13. fee payable in 2 easy installments (Semester wise)
  14. Mess facility in hostel. Muslim country. Halal food is available and cheap. Mess cost is 120$ which is less than self-cooking.
  15. Separate hostels for boys and girls with all facilities.
  16. Well-equipped computer rooms, laboratory, Medical Diagnostic Center and library near the campus area.
  17. Weather is pleasant always, not so cold in winter and not so hot in summer.
  18. Markets and shipping malls available near the campus area.
  19. Sport facilities, play grounds and co-curricular activities.
  20. Scholarship program is available for intelligent students.
  21. Study in small groups that makes easy for students to learn, understand lectures and approach to their teachers.
  22. Students union, president, senator and student’s parliament for easy communication and understanding among students.
  23. Admission on strict merit according to criteria of Medical and Dental council of related countries
  24. Connection between administration and parents regarding study performance of their children yearly.
  25. Easy approach to every hospitals in the city for clinical practice.
  26. Every year free medical uniform.
  27. No corruption in admission, study and exams.
  28. 5 year complete students look after.
  29. First aid health care center for students
  30. No entrance exams, confirmed visa after admission offer letter.
  31. After graduation students can pursue further study or job intentionally.
Adam University Kyrgyzstan MBBS Fees



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