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AIM Member Asfendiyarov Kazakh National Medical University

Asfendiyarov Kazakh National Medical University

Faculty of Pharmacy

88, str. Tole bi

Number of admitted students per year and the dates of the academic year: 2013-2013 7202 students. September 2013 – June 2014

Class size: Approximately 15 students

 Courses for foreign students:

Preparatory department for foreign students (1year)

Bachelor’s degree with specialties 

1) General medicine-5years

2) Dentistry-5years

3) Nursing-4years

4) Public health care-5years

5) Pharmacy-5years

6) Medical and preventive medicine-5years

7) Managment-4 years

8) Technology of pharmaceutical production-4 years

 Accredited programmes, courses, PhD slots:

Specialties for PhD students:

1) Public Health

2) Pharmacy

3) Technology of pharmaceutical production

 Research possibilities

1)       This firm focus on research has led to collaborations with some of the world’s leading scientific facilities, such as the Buck Institute in California, with whom KazNMU has worked on projects relating to the aging process. In 2009, the university opened its state-of-the-art scientific research institute laboratory, where invaluable work is done on behalf of state bodies to improve public health, including investigations into the effects of environmental and atmospheric pollutants.

2)       Description: “KazNMU Vestnik” is recommended by the Committee on Oversight and certification in Education and Science of RK for publication of the results of dissertation research. The journal includes 18 article categories dedicated to various directions of medicine.

3)       In October 2010 Atchabarov scientific research Institute of fundamental and applied medicine with clinical experimental and scientific-educational laboratories was created for raising scientific research level at the University. Science activity accreditation from the Ministry of Education and Science was received in August, 2011. University employees actively participate in realization of 3 scientific projects financed by National innovative fund.

Percentage of graduates going forward in each sector of practice/research

79% employed in Medical – vocational institutes 2012-2013 academic year