Asian Medical Institute, Kyrgyzstan

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The Asian Medical Institute is located in Kant, Kyrgyzstan.

About Asian Medical Institute[edit]

Currently, the Asian Medical Institute has students from over 10 countries, including India, Russia, Nepal, Germany, Pakistan, Kazakhstan and Nigeria. The medium of instruction at the institute is the English language and the length of study for an MD is six years.

The tuition fee is US$ 2,400 per year. The college is recognised by Medical Council of India and WHO. This means that Indian students are eligible to sit for screening test after completion of the medical degree here.

The college has a separate hostel for Indian students and separate hostel of boys and girls. Indian food is served to the students to the students at the hostel mess. The hostels are centrally heated and rooms are available on sharing basis. The overall cost of education is very low at Asian Medical Institute. The good quality education along with low fees makes it a favourable college for foreign students. In addition, students can also avail coaching for MCI Screening Test. [1]

Accreditation[edit]

The Asian Medical Institute, Kyrgyzstan is listed in the Avicenna Directory for medicine, faimer[2] and also recognized by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan. It received its recognition from the Ministry of Health, Kyrgyzstan Republic to train medical professionals, mostly for foreign countries. ASMI students and graduates are eligible for M.C.I, PM&DC and N.MC screening tests. The Asian Medical Institute Diploma is a recognized qualification in other countries for the purposes of practicing medicine.

References[edit]

  1. ^ About, College. "Asian Medical Institute". Global Medical Foundation. 
  2. ^ "Welcome to the Avicenna Directory for medicine". University of Copenhagen. Retrieved 19 May 2010.