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I.M.Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University
Year found: 1758
Legal form State
Country Russia
City Moscow

                                                          I.M.Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University

Year found: 1758                                                          
Legal form: State
Country: Russia
Awards: Bachelor Degree
             Master Degree
             Doctoral Programmes 
City: Moscow
Study language: Russian, English

 

Sechenov University is the major medical educational and scientific institution in Russia aimed at undergraduate & postgraduate training, accreditation healthcare professionals promoting thus further advance of medical science and healthcare domestically and on a global scale.Today Sechenov University covers 3 main areas: education, research and healthcare. 

 

The University has one of the biggest in Europe scientific medical library, 2 unique clinical simulation centers, own botanic garden, and many more facilities that make the University attractive for students from all over the globe.

 

Over 2,500 of academic headcount at 8 faculties encompassing 150 chairs implement training in 14 specialties covering more than 14,000 students and about 15,000 postgraduates practicing full-time, part-time and evening attendance, as well as extramural educational solutions. Hundreds of higher degree theses are defended annually.

 

85% of the University tutors have higher degrees. The staff includes 4 fellows and 3 corresponding members of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 64 fellows and 38 corresponding members of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences (RAMS), 3 fellows and 1 corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Education, about 70 Honored Scientists of the Russian Federation and over 100 State Prize winners. 

 

The University incorporates 69 educational venues, 19 hospitals with over 3,000 beds, 7 research institutes and 5 RAMS R&D units, more than 30 laboratories, the greatest medical library in Europe, botanic garden, and many other facilities ensuring academic excellence resulting in powerful research and innovation advances along with cutting-edge medical care practices.

 

Since 2010 the Sechenov University has been headed by Prof. Petr V. Glybochko, MD, a Member of the RAMS, Member of the European Association of Urology, Vice-President of the Russian Association of Urologists, Chairman of the Education and Methodics Association of Medical and Pharmaceutical HEIs, owning 17 patents, the author of over 450 scientific studies, etc.

 

 

 

Moscow


Moscow is the capital, the most populous city, and the most populous federal subject of Russia. The city is a major political, economic, cultural, religious, financial, educational, and transportation centre of Russia and the world, a global city. Moscow is the most populous city on the continent of Europe and the seventh largest city proper in the world, a megacity. The population of Moscow (as of 1 January 2010) is 10,562,099.


It is located by the Moskva River in the Central Federal District, in the European part of Russia. Moscow sits on the junction of three geological platforms. Historically, it was the capital of the former Soviet Union, Russian Empire (for three years in 1728–30), the Tsardom of Russia, and the Grand Duchy of Moscow. It is the site of the Moscow Kremlin, one of the World Heritage Sites in the city, which serves as the residence of the President of Russia. The Russian parliament (the State Duma and the Federation Council) and the Government of Russia also sit in Moscow.


Moscow is a major economic centre. It is home to many scientific and educational institutions, as well as numerous sport facilities. It possesses a complex transport system that includes four international airports, nine railroad terminals, and the world's second busiest (after Tokyo) metro system which is famous for its architecture and artwork. Its metro is the busiest single-operator subway in the world.


Education
Moscow remains the educational center of Russia and many countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America. There are 222 institutes of higher education, including 60 state universities & 90 colleges. Some of these offer a wide-spectrum of programs, but most are centered around a specific field. This is a hold-over from the days of the USSR, when Sovietwide there were only a handful of wide-spectrum "universities" and a large number of narrow-specialization "institutes" (mostly in Moscow & St.Petersburg). Moscow offers some of the best business/management, science, & arts schools in the world. Moscow is also a popular destination for foreign students.


Medical Biotechnology
Healthcare Management
Social Work
Nursing

General Medicine
Pharmacy
Medical Biophysics
Pediatrics
Preventive Medicine
Dentistry
Bioengineering & Bioinformatics
Clinical Psychology
Medical Biochemistry

All Master programs:
- MPH - Management of Health Systems
- Psycholinguistics of Intercultural Communication
- Speech Pathology
- Clinical Social Work and Social Rehabilitation
- Healthcare Economics
- Industrial Pharmacy. Pharmaceutical Medicine
- Medical Biotechnology
- Noncommuicable Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
- Sociology of Medicine

Residency Programs:

-General Practice (Family Medicine)
-Aerospace Medicine
-Anatomic Pathology
-Anesthesiology and Critical Care

          

 

Twelve-storeyed hostel block of corridor layout was built in 1963. Common areas, including, kitchens, toilet and shower rooms, all designed according to the standards which were current more than half a century ago. Each floor houses about 40 students. The guys had to prepare meals in tiny kitchen of 7 square meters. Each floor featured only three toilets, that was positively inconvenient. Last refurbishment here was almost 40 years ago, back in 1977. 

The University management strives to keep on improving the living conditions of nonresident student community. Five years ago the worn and obsolete equipment of bathroom units was replaced. However, cosmetic repairs have only temporary effect. The need for major repair of the hostel is overdue. Upon the end of academic year, when students are leaving for home to mama, the allocated huge non-budgetary funds – 100 million rubles (app. $2 million) to repair the hostel are to be drawn. While many universities put on hold or curtail the social projects, First MSMU invest in the future – in the quality of students’ life and studying.   

eptember 1 will meet those returning from summer vacation with completely different dwelling. The redevelopment offers “swelling” of kitchen area from 7 meters to 30, new shower rooms with state-of-the-art equipment, sex-specified toilets. New fire alarm system ensures safety of residence, obsolete and dangerous gas cookers will be replaced by electric ones.

o add the comfort for future doctors a new laundry room is also provided, saving from annoyance about operability of worn washer and availability of laundry powder. The new laundry is loaded with some really hi-tech features. The machine itself sends an SMS, as soon as the washing session is finished. So, that’s no need to waste time monitoring the process. Broadband Internet and digital television will eliminate problems with both the studies and having a good time off. The neighbourhood of the building, featuring a bike parking with dozens of slots, will be thoroughly landscaped. 
By September the gym will be also refurbished: volleyball, tennis, badminton, bodybuilding, cardioapps... Let alone proper showers and lockers – all conditions to practice healthy lifestyle. 
The hostel is quite convenient for people with mobility handicaps. The first three floors of the building equipped with special ramps and elevators are fairly disabled-friendly. Everything conceivable has been done to create virtually comfortable barrier-free environment. 
But the transformations are not limited to repair works in premises. All renovated rooms and common areas will be equipped with new furniture and equipment. By the way, the hostel amenities will cost the University 25 million rubles (app. half a million dollars). While strolling around the Rector instructed to allot some ground floor premises for the Student Council to enable extensive sociability. 

                  

 

International cooperation is one of the most important branches of I.M. Sechenov First MSMU’s activities that makes contribution to training of highly qualified specialists, development of priority areas in medical science and high quality healthcare.

 

The University maintains close relations with many foreign educational establishments, including 34 major Universities from Austria, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Norway, Serbia, Slovenia, USA, CIS countries, etc.


The University actively cooperates with international professional organizations, unions, associations:

-World Health Organization

-International Association of Universities

-Eurasian Association of Universities

- World Federation for Medical Education

- Association of University programs for population health management

- European Health Management Association

- World Organization of National Colleges, Academies and Academic Associations of General Practitioners

- International Health Center (USA)

- UK Research Council

German Academic Exchange Service DAAD

Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE)

Association of Sino-Russian Medical Universities (ASRMU)

-Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine (SESAM)

-European Association for Predictive, Preventive anв Personalized Medicine (EPMA)

 

First MSMU is also involved in the implementation of programs of international cooperation in science and education, such as Tempus IV Project, Erasmus+ and others.

In 2015 the University established a collaborating center of the World Health Organization for prevention NCDs.

 

Over 140 teaching staff members of the University are members of one or several foreign and international scientific and professional societies, organizations, associations.

 

Annually First MSMU hosts more than 20 international scientific and educational events: conferences, symposia, seminars, trainings, schools, round tables, and working groups.

 

About 2 500 international students and post-graduates from 73 countries study at First MSMU today. Far-abroad countries are mainly represented by students from Malaysia, People’s Republic of China, Syria, India, Vietnam, Israel, Brazil, as well as Germany, USA, Great Britain, Haiti, Nepal, Republic of Maldives, and other countries.

 

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General Medicine   10900 USD per year

Accommodation  3500 USD per year