International Medical faculty Osh State University offers English medium general medicine MD program for foreign students (Equivalent to MBBS in British commonwealth countries). An affordable tuition fee and high quality of education make it the one of the most favourite universities in Eurasian region.

Hundreds of foreign students have graduated from Osh state university over the past two decades, now registered with medical councils in their countries and are working on important positions in their fields. Teachers are highly qualified and very experienced, many of them are Candidate of Medical Sciences or Doctor of Medical Sciences (PhD).

Many outstanding scientists worked at Medical faculties of Osh state university and contributed much to the rapid development of the Medical faculties as powerful scientific, medical and educational centre in southern Kyrgyzstan. At present the  graduates of Osh State University are working in different countries around the world. It shows wide recognition of Our English medium General Medicine MD program all over the world. Having an MD degree often sets your course in life. For five years you’ll be trained extensively in medical subjects. You’ll exhibit professionalism and leadership skills, interact with patients, and directly deliver care even before you graduate. A lot goes into being a doctor, but you know that, and you’re ready for the challenge to start. Possibly, you’ve been ready for this your whole life.

As a doctor, you’ll be an important part of people’s lives during good times and bad. Their expert, their ally, and their translator at every major point in the human experience. Relieving pain and making the world a better place is why you’re here, to learn about your options for medical institute and decide when (and where) to
take the leap. It’s a rapidly changing world for doctors and we’re at the forefront, leading the leaders of tomorrow. We look forward to sharing our passion for the work that we do and helping you realise your dream of becoming a physician.

At the International Medical Faculty Osh State University we want students with a curious mind a drive to know more who are ready to practice medicine and devote their lives to service, care, research, and leadership. Our graduates go on to do incredible things. Our dedicated faculty and education staff work tirelessly to engage with students one on-one to prepare them for the state of medicine today.

Curriculum

Curriculum at International Medical Faculty, Osh State University is tailored to meet the needs of foreign students. Key elements in our medical school curriculum include:
Integrating basic science and clinical learning across the years of medical education. Direct faculty feedback for ongoing student learning and improvement.  Active, experiential learning.Competency-based student assessment.
Our Curriculum is designed to help you become:

  • Highly professional, ethical, and curious – with an approach to analysing clinical problems that is patient-centred, informed by the literature, and considers issues across the bio-psycho-social continuum.
  • A reflective practitioner – with the habit of assessing your practice and applying well developed lifelong learning
    skills to improve it.
  • A civic professional – with a commitment to the best care for your individual patients but also to the quality of the
    health care system.

Features of Curriculum:

Development of a core medical curriculum that is rigorous, efficient, integrative, and forms a realistic base of knowledge for a physician.
• Integration of basic, clinical, psychosocial, and population information and skills throughout the years of medical education.
• a “flipped classroom” in the form of Team Based learning.
• Promotion of structured active learning that includes explicit experience in leadership and cooperative roles.
• Mentorship of students by faculty in all facets of the learning process.
• Implementation of a standardized and valid assessment of progress, carefully and thoughtfully evaluating the acquisition of knowledge, skills, and attitudes appropriate to the future goals of each student.
• Incorporation of information technology and the use of computers and simulation into student learning and evaluation, research and implementation of new and improved methods of teaching.
• Individual Opportunities – Blocks of unscheduled time for individual or group study, elective coursework, and research.
• Strengthening of Doctor-Patient Communication and Clinical Skills Instruction – Broad clinical science education with early exposure to patient care and the practice of medicine. Development of a core medical curriculum that is rigorous, efficient, integrative, and forms a realistic base of knowledge for a physician.
• Integration of basic, clinical, psychosocial, and population information and skills throughout the years of medical education.
• Promotion of structured active learning that includes explicit experience in leadership and cooperative roles.
• Incorporation of information technology and the use of computers and simulation into student learning and evaluation, research and implementation of new and improved methods of teaching.

Basic Medical Sciences:

The first year begins with the Core Principles of the Biomedical Sciences. The goal of the Core is to introduce the fundamental principles and vocabulary for each of the sciences basic to the practice of medicine. This is not the entire course time for these scientific disciplines as each discipline has an important role in the integrated organ systems modules. The discipline coordinator for each of the basic sciences in the Core have
worked with faculty to integrate the core concepts in their organ modules.

The second half of the first year and the second year are organised into integrated organ systems and modules. The organ system modules feature integrated teaching of basic molecular, cellular, and organ systems processes in conjunction with mechanisms of disease. Sophisticated scientific information is introduced in a clinical context,
illustrating its clinical relevance, and enhancing the students’ learning.

Each module begins with a brief review of micro and gross structure and progresses through physiology, pathophysiology, radiology, pathology, and pharmacology of disorders of the subject organ system. The learning methodologies include group discussions, demonstrations, workshops, self-study, and lectures.

After completing the first two years curriculum, student will have an easily retrievable, multidisciplinary corpus of biomedical knowledge about the organisation, function, and systems of the human body in health; a “beginners” ability to integrate, synthesise, apply, and communicate that knowledge in clinical contexts; and the capability to retrieve this knowledge accurately and systematically, apply it appropriately in understanding both normal and abnormal human biological processes, and demonstrate the ability to think critically about these processes and the problems of patients.

The study of medicine is a powerful integration of science, technologies, experience, and experiment that enables its students to alleviate human pain and suffering wherever in the world it may occur. At its finest, it is a quest to improve the human condition.

By eliminating unnecessary redundancies in educational material, and by more fully integrating topics in Basic medical sciences, Hospital practicals are now able to start
even from first year. This has the advantage of providing students more flexibility and diversity in subsequent educational activities, thereby giving them opportunities to explore different clinical areas.
Teaching activities in all years involve lectures, small-group sessions, team-based learning, simulations, laboratories, and clinical activities. Ultimately, we strive to create the best clinicians and physician-scientists, professionals whose knowledge, compassion, and leadership will serve as examples of excellence both to peers and patients alike. Implicit in this goal is a desire to ensure that our students will enthusiastically embrace these opportunities for growth to become true lifelong learners.#

Clinical Sciences:

The clinical sciences part of our curriculum is designed to give students a broad spectrum of medical practice, training in clinical skills, and patient contact. All the Government sector hospitals, clinics and medical centers of Osh city are affiliated with International Medical Faculty Osh State University. All student clinical experiences will be conducted by a team of experienced physicians and surgeons, having decades of both medical practice and teaching experience. Students will be assigned to physicians in actual patient care settings at several hospitals, clinics, and health centres in Osh city. The opportunity to work beside renowned physicians and surgeons is designed to build student clinical capabilities, increase student confidence.
Under the close supervision of clinical faculty, clinical students will learn to work as a team, analyze lab data, experience a physician’s typical day, diagnose patient cases,
conduct physicals, and perform procedures in wards, such as stitching, blood work, and vaccinations, assist in labor room, Surgery and Pediatric surgery operation theatres.