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Tashkent Medical Academy Uzbekistan


  • Tashkent Medical Academy was founded on April 13, 1919 as Turkestan State University in the city of Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Over the course of history the medical institute was renamed a number of times and in 1990, two medical institutes were established on the basis of the old and new buildings of Tashmi in Tashkent: The First Tashkent State Medical Institute and The Second Tashkent State Medical Institute.
  • Later, by the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan I.A.Karimov, Tashkent Medical Academy was established through the amalgamation of 1st and 2nd Tashkent State Medical Institutes on 19 July, 2005.
  • Tashkent Medical Academy is officially accredited by the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialized Education Uzbekistan and recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI).
  • Graduates of Tashkent Medical Academy are eligible to apply for International Licensing Exams like- USMLE (USA), PLAB (UK), NZREX as well as other licensing exams taking place throughout the world and pursue residency and postgraduate programs in the respective countries.
  • The Institute has continued to improve its educational, methodological, scientific, state and international relations. Tashkent Medical Academy provides high quality education to all students who are looking for quality education at affordable fees.


  • Since 1962, Tashkent Medical Academy started teaching students from Asia, Africa and Latin America at the Institute in Uzbek and Russian languages. As of now, Tashkent Medical Academy is teaching MBBS course to the international students in English and the duration of course is 5 years.
  • Tashkent Medical Academy operates across 8,180 acres of facilities and has the most advanced and latest infrastructure for comprehensive medical education. The student to faculty ratio in each class is kept small at 4:1 for better individual attention.
  • Currently, Tashkent Medical Academy has 626 experienced and knowledgeable Faculty members comprising of 3 Academicians, 97 Professors, 183 Docents, 357 Assistant lecturers, 33 Doctoral students, 120 Aspirant-independent, 124 Doctors of Sciences, 217 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).
  • 4234 Undergraduates and 1111 Graduates Students are enrolled at Tashkent Medical Academy and the Medical faculty along with its teaching hospitals and other health organizations in Uzbekistan and abroad provide the necessary resources and environment for training the medical graduates.
  • Employees and students of the Tashkent Medical Academy get the opportunity to participate in training courses, on-the-job training and advanced training courses in various countries of the world through memorandums and cooperation agreements with countries such as: Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, the Republic of Belarus, Vietnam, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, India, Republic of Korea, Latvia, Italy, Azerbaijan, and Germany.
  • There are direct 3 hours flights from India to Uzbekistan.

DEPARTMENTS AT TASHKENT MEDICAL ACADEMY

  • Departments of Medical Faculty
  • Departments of Medical-Pedagogical Faculty
  • Departments of Medical-Prophylactic Faculty
  • Departments of Higher Nursing Faculty
  • Departments of Professional Training Faculty


COURSES OFFERED AT TASHKENT MEDICAL ACADEMY

UNDER GRADUATE COURSE

  • GENERAL MEDICINE (MD / MBBS):

-For International Students

Course Duration- 5 Years

Languages- English

-For local students

Course Duration- 5 Years

Languages- Uzbek and Russian

  • DENTISTRY / STOMATOLOGY:

Course Duration- 4 Years

Languages- Uzbek and Russian

  • HIGHER NURSING

Course Duration-3 years

Languages- Uzbek and Russian

  • PREPARATORY COURSE

Course Duration- 10 Months

  • POST GRADUATE COURSE

Course Duration- 2 Years

Specialization- 46

  • CLINICAL RESIDENCY

Specialization- 38



CLINICAL TRAINING AT TASHKENT MEDICAL ACADEMY

  • The main clinical bases of the Academy are 1st, 2nd and 3rd Clinics, Republican Specialized Scientific-Practical Medical Centers, Republican and City Clinical Hospitals.

HOSTEL FACILITIES AT TASHKENT MEDICAL ACADEMY

  • Accommodation is provided for all national and international students at Tashkent Medical Academy.
  • The hostel is situated on the campus and provides very safe and comfortable living facilities.
  • The rooms are well furnished and equipped with all amenities for living.
  • Hostels are equipped with library, reading rooms and recreation facilities.
  • Off campus housing can also be obtained in nearby areas as per student’s wish.
  • Indian hostel and food facilities are also available.
  • Football, Basketball Volleyball, Track and field athletics, Table tennis and Rugby options are available at the University sports complex for student’s physical development.


INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OF TASHKENT MEDICAL ACADEMY

  • Humboldt University (Berlin)
  • Charity Clinic (Oklahoma, USA)
  • Family Medicine Residency Center (Oklahoma, USA)
  • “Komsta” Oriental Medicine Center of Korean Republic Medical Association (Korea)
  • Seoul University (Korea)
  • Chkhonnam State University (Korea)
  • Russian State Medical University (Russia)
  • The First Moscow State Medical University named after I.M.Setchenov (Russia)
  • Petersburg State Medical Academy named after I.I.Mechnikov (Russia)
  • Moscow State Medical Stomatology University (Russia)
  • Samara State Medical University (Russia)

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR MBBS IN UZBEKISTAN

The following is the minimum MBBS in Uzbekistan eligibility criteria for admission of an Indian student:

  • The student must be 17 years plus as on 31st December of the year in which the admission is being taken.
  • The student must have completed class 12th from a regular board.
  • The student must have an aggregate of at least 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology and must have English as a compulsory subject if the student is from the General category.
  • The student must have an aggregate of at least 40% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology and must have English as a compulsory subject if the student is from SC/ST/OBC.
  • You need to clear NEET from 2019 onward for admission in any country in abroad.


ADMISSION PROCESS FOR MBBS IN UZBEKISTAN

Step 1: Apply Online—We fill up your application form using the details furnished by you at our office.

  • Documents required for filling application form:
  1. Name, Surname
  2. Passport Number
  3. Passport Validity
  4. Gender
  5. Permanent Address
  6. Phone Number, Email Address
  7. Citizenship
  8. Date & Place of Birth
  9. Copy of International passport
  10. Copy of School leaving certificate and 12th standard mark sheet
  11. Photo of online result Neet UG 2019(only for Indian MBBS Student) NEET-UG Cut-off(General, OBC, SC/ST)
  12. Invitation charges

Step 2: Invitation letter—After receiving the documents and payment the invitation letter, admission letter and visa support letter are sent to us and we initiate the VISA processing.

Step 3: VISA processing— Along with the invitation letter from the chosen University we contact the nearest Uzbekistan Embassy or Consulate

  • Documents required for VISA application processing:
  1. Original Invitation letter
  2. Original International passport (valid for one year)
  3. Original Higher Secondary School certificate(12th standard mark sheet)
  4. Date of Birth Certificate
  5. Medical certificate from any good private clinic with blood reports (HIV) Specimen attached. NOTE :Issued no more than 2 months before University studies process begin
  6. 8 Passport size Photos(white background)
  7. Visa fees.
  8. 1st year tuition fee payment
  9. Signed authority letter (original) (for collecting Visa )
  10. Affidavit on a 10 Rs stamp paper (original) –Sponsorship affidavit, which has to contain: full name of a sponsor, his/her address, telephone numbers, e-mail, and obligation of a sponsor to cover expenses (stating sum of expenses) of an applicant
  11. Minor Affidavit on 10 Rs stamp paper from Father and mother if student is below 18 year old.
  12. Photo Copy of ID of parents giving affidavit and signatures should match everywhere with ID.
  13. Bank statement in name of father or mother (6 months statement original with bank stamp on it with minimum balance not less than 4.5 lakh Rs)
  14. In case account is opened less than 6 months then letter from Bank Manager stating when account was opened.
  15. In case Account holder is student then Minimum account balance may be 3.5 Lakh Rs.
  •  Step 4: ARRIVAL—After getting visa from Uzbekistan embassy or Consulate, we inform students and the college about flight details with date and arrival time. One of our representatives receives the student at the airport.


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About Uzbekistan

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About Uzbekistan

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About Uzbekistan


Bordering Kazakhstan and the Aralkum Desert (former Aral Sea) to the north and northwest, Turkmenistan and Afghanistan to the southwest, Tajikistan to the southeast and Kyrgyzstan to the northeast, Uzbekistan is one of the largest Central Asian states.

Uzbekistan is home to an incredible number of photogenic mosques, mausoleums and madrasas in every shade of blue. As a major key stop on the Silk Road it has been left with a rich cultural and architectural legacy.

The construction of monumental buildings was seen as a matter of prestige, emphasizing the power of the ruling dynasty and leading families. Ceramicists, artists and architects from all over the empire were called by Timur and his descendants to beautify the cities of Khiva, Samarkand and Bukhara. The mosques are adorned with the finest murals and mosaics, with techniques and materials imported mainly from Persia.

Uzbekistan has a rich and diverse natural environment and has the fourth-largest gold deposits in the world.

The cities of Uzbekistan are surprisingly cosmopolitan; Tashkent and Bukhara in particular have a rather European vibe. Lakeside beer gardens, landscaped public parks, and cafes next to most of the main tourist attractions can be easily spotted. Fueled by ice-cream, cold beers and endless pots of green tea, sightseeing in Uzbekistan can be a truly amazing experience.



Language

The official language of Uzbekistan is Uzbek. The majority of citizens speak it as their first language. Due to its history as part of the Soviet Union, many citizens also speak Russian which is a compulsory second language in all schools.

In the cities, more and more people speak English, especially those in the hotel and catering trades. English is still generally not widely spoken among locals.


Clothes

Local ladies love brightly-colored dresses, often with sequins and matching harem trousers although around 90 per cent of Uzbeks are Muslim, but women do not wear the veil and enjoy better gender equality and freedom.



Shopping

Uzbekistan is a shopper’s paradise. You will find beautiful rugs, silk, spices, handicrafts and traditional clothes in the Eski Djouva and Chor Su bazaars in the Old City of Tashkent. You can pick up handmade ceramics, needlework, silk cloth and miniaturist paintings in most madrassas, which have largely been transformed into bazaars.


Food

Uzbekistan is known for its super-sweet, fresh watermelons, and achichuk salad, consisting of thin, long-sliced tomato, red onion and cucumber. This is served with plov, the national dish – rice cooked in a huge pot and tarted up with veg, quail eggs and slices of meat.

Hearty meat grills are popular too, alongside tear-and-share bread and samsa, a teardrop-shaped street food that’s a cross between a samosa and a Cornish pasty, filled with anything from beef to lamb to potato.



People

Uzbeks comprise a majority (80%) of the total population. Other ethnic groups include Russians 2%, Tajiks 5%, Kazakhs 3%, Karakalpaks 2.5% and Tatars 1.5%. The nation is 88% Muslim, 9% Eastern Orthodox and 3% other faiths.


Currency

The currency of the country is the Uzbekistani som. ATMs can be easily found in larger cities (Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Termez and Nukus). Visa is a better option than Master Card as ATMs that accept MasterCard are few. Uzbekistan is cheaper than its neighbour Kazakhstan.



Travelling to Uzbekistan

By Flight

The main airport of Uzbekistan is the Tashkent International Airport. The airport is reasonably modern and has various international carriers operating and the national Uzbekistan Airways flying from here.

You can travel to Uzbekistan from India via regular direct flights which take around 3 hrs.

Domestic airports are in Andijan, Bukhara, Ferghana, Karshi, Namangan, Nukus, Samarkand, Tashkent, Termez and Urgench.

Getting around

All of Uzbekistan’s main cities are served by low-cost domestic flights, great road links and high-speed trains. You’ll find shared taxis and bus services in all the cities, plus Tashkent has metro facilities with some exceptionally ornate stations.



By train

The most comfortable way to travel between the major tourist cities in Uzbekistan is by train. The main line Tashkent – Samarkand – Bukhara is served once a day in each direction by two express trains. Daily overnight train to and from Tashkent to Bukhara are also available comfortable sleeping cars allow a good sleep.

Metro

During the day the metro (underground train) is a good option. After midnight you should use taxi services. It is better to book the taxi (car-service) to pick you up in advance.



We are top study abroad education consultants who have been assisting medical students to study MBBS abroad/ MBBS in Uzbekistan at government medical colleges of international recognition at very reasonable costs.

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TollFree:18002744466
Mob: +91 81738 72222

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