Kyrgyzstan has been a highly developed country in terms of education. The presence of good quality universities and other educational institutions has made the country perform well globally in the fields of Medicine, technology, engineering, etc. 

Many global students from around the world have come to study in Kyrgyzstan. Mainly, they have come to study MBBS in Kyrgyzstan. The country provides a high standard of education to the students uniformly regardless of the Nation, Culture, races, religion. In Kyrgyzstan, the Ministry of Education and Science takes care of the entire education system. 

The Country has a high literacy rate of 98.7 %. Many Indian Medical aspirants have come to Kyrgyzstan for higher education.

Every University conducts a 6-year Medical Program. Throughout the first five years of the program, the students are focused on basic medical sciences and clinical studies. After the 5th year, the students must focus on the hands-on training conducts at the hospitals or clinics affiliated to the Universities.

Each country has different rules and regulations set by their medical council. These Rules have to be followed by all the educational institutions in the country. Similarly, the Medical Council of Kyrgyzstan has set specific rules and regulations which has to be followed by all the Medical institutes in Kyrgyzstan. Accordingly, the syllabus is also provided by the Medical Council to align the education system in Kyrgyzstan.

The Structure and pattern of MBBS in Kyrgyzstan are as follows:





1st Semester:


2nd Semester:

Anatomy and Histology



3rd Semester:

Histology, Anatomy, Bio-Chemistry, and Physiology


4th Semester:

Bio-Chemistry, Physiology, and Micro-Biology



5th Semester:

Pathology, Micro-Biology, Pharmacology, and Path physiology


6th Semester:

Path physiology, Pathology, and Pharmacology


4th – 5th

7th – 10th Semester:

Clinical Subjects and Clinical Postings

Oncology, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Psychology, Pediatrics, General Surgery, Gynecology, ENT, Emergency Medicine, and Cardiology are some of the subjects taught during fourth to the sixth year of MBBS in Kyrgyzstan.


Anatomy: The study of the internal functions of a human body or any other living organism. This study enables students to explore more about the functioning of living organisms.

Histology: The study of the microanatomy of cells, tissues, and organs that can be seen through a Microscope. It teaches the visual art of recognizing the structure of cells and tissues.

Bio-Chemistry: The study of chemical processes that relate to living organisms. It is the study of the combined discipline of both Biology and Chemistry.

Physiology: The study of the normal functioning of a living organism and its parts.

Micro-Biology: The study of microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, protozoa, viruses, and archaea. 

Pathology: The study of causes and effects of disease or injury.

Oncology: The study of medicines that deals with the treatment of tumors and cancer.

Neurology: The study that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of all the conditions involve the central nervous system. 

Cardiology: The study that deals with the treatment of the heart as well as some parts of the circulatory system.

The 6th year of MBBS in Kyrgyzstan entirely focuses on the hands-on training of the students. Hence, once the students graduate from university, they can apply for a job anywhere around the world after they clear the major medical examinations.

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