Peoples’ Friendship University

courses-icon INTRODUCTION

Peoples’ Friendship University (PFU) was founded on 5th February, 1960 by the USSR Government. On 22nd February, 1961, the University was named after Patrice Lumumba — one of the symbols of the African peoples’ fight for independence. Students and academics could be free to pursue their learning, teaching, and research activities at PFU, without being subject to political context, but firmly directed to the grand principles of friendship and mutual support. International from the Very Beginning In 1960, Russian language studies for international students started at the preparatory Faculty. On 1st September, the Russian language studies were introduced at the six main PFU faculties (Engineering faculty, faculty of History and philology, Medical faculty, Agricultural faculty, faculty of Science, faculty of Law and economics). The first 288 students from 47 countries graduated in 1965. The University started to expand. Generous donations from the Soviet Government enabled PFU in 1966 to start the construction of a new campus in the South-Western district of Moscow.

courses-icon ACCOMMODATION

The Peoples Friendship University has its own campus with 13 student hostels.The student campus is situated along Miklukho-Maklaya street. The University hostels have all the necessary furniture and bed-sheets.

The hostels are between the two metro stations: «Yugo-Zapadnaya» and «Belyaevo». The buses numbers are: 226, 261, 752, 699, 250, 718. You can also take a route taxi.

There is an on-campus police department (42nd block), tel. 433 2233.

HOSTELS

Block ?1 (3, ul. Miklukho-Maklaya): self-training hall; «Dionis» café, sports hall, mini-market.

Block ?2 (5, ul. Miklukho-Maklaya): 2 mini-markets, «Avenue» café.

Block ?3 (7, ul. Miklukho-Maklaya): café «Raushe».

Block ?5 (13, ul. Miklukho-Maklaya): mini-market, «Mirage» café, «Galileo» café.

Block ?6 (15, ul. Miklukho-Maklaya): reading hall, «Chzhun Hua Lou» café, «Picasso» café.

Block ?7 (17, ul. Miklukho-Maklaya): Sberbank branch, mini-market, «City» café.

Block ?8 (19, ul. Miklukho-Maklaya): self-training hall, police department, «Sinbad» café.

Block ?9 (21\1, ul. Miklukho-Maklaya): reading hall, end-to-end servicing of residents (offices 304, 306), mini-market, «Beirut» café.

Block ?10 (21\2, ul. Miklukho-Maklaya): reading hall, drafting hall, guest rooms, 2 mini-markets, canteen, metal repair shop.

Block ?11 (21\3, ul. Miklukho-Maklaya): reading hall, Women’s Committee (office 911), watch shift department, faculty of refresher training for medical professionals, sanatorium-preventorium, «Campus» café.

Block ?12 (7\1, ul. Miklukho-Maklaya): mini-market, «Limon» café, Internet café, guest rooms.

Block ?13 (17\1, ul. Miklukho-Maklaya): mini-market, café «Galery».

Block ?14 (15\1, ul. Miklukho-Maklaya): mini-market.

 

These buildings have elevators. Each can host more than 800 people. To guarantee comfort two or three students are assigned per room. The apartments have WC’s and showers. The kitchen is either on the floor or in the apartment itself. More comfortable apartments are also offered, but for additional payment. Those have TV’s, refrigerators on the floor, permanent videosurveillance and security.

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Program description:

The program for the Medical Doctor (MD) in Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia is unique in its content and structure. Program completely corresponds to the Russian Government’s and international requirements to the degree of the Medical Doctor in Medicine. The Faculty of Medicine of the PFUR is listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools of the WHO.

The program is specially designed for English speaking students and includes special program designed to study intensively Russian language from first year onwards, along with other medical subjects, in order to have adequate command of the Russian language, to converse with patients in clinics etc. Graduates can obtain a diploma of an interpreter-consultant in Russian language.

In numerous laboratories with up-to-date diagnostic and research equipment, students attempt at penetrating into the mysteries of structure and functioning of human body and learn how to diagnose diseases and apply innovative methods of treatment.

 

Learning outcomes:

At the end of the Program, graduatesshall be able to describe etiology, pathophysiology, principles of diagnosis and management of common medical problems including emergencies. Diagnose common medical conditions both acute and chronic. Take a detailed patients’ history, conduct an appropriate physical examination, make clinical diagnosis, conduct common bedside investigative procedures, interpret common laboratory investigations and plan and institute therapy.

Diagnose and manage common health problems of the individual and the community appropriate to his/her position as a member of the health team at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. Be competent to practice preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative medicine in respect to the commonly encountered health problems.

Practice Evidence Based Medicine, appreciating the rationale for different therapeutic modalities and be familiar with the administration of “essential drugs” and their common side effects. Appreciate the psycho-social, cultural, economic, and environmental factors affecting health, and develop humane attitude towards the patients/relatives, in discharging one’s professional responsibilities.

Be familiar with the various National Health Programs, and the ways in which they are being implemented. Acquire basic management skills in the area of materials, financial and human resources.

Demonstrate communication skills, both verbal and written to establish effective communication with the clients (patients, relatives, and general public), health team partners, and scientific community. Practice medical ethics in patient care, service delivery, and research.

Develop attitude for self learning and acquire necessary skills including the use of appropriate technologies, for pursuing self directed learning for a life time.

 

Career opportunities:

The Program graduates will be able to continue education in clinical residency, as a part of multilevel structure of higher medical education, a form of continuous professional education of medical doctors for training or re-training specialists and upgrading their level. The main task of clinical residency is to prepare highly qualified specialists for independent work in hospitals, various medical institutions or in private practices. Studies in clinical residency are from two to five years. The Program graduates also will be able to continue education at the doctoral level (PhD) in non clinical specialties.

 


 Dentistry

Period of studies: 5 years

Program description:

The program for the Medical Doctor  in Dentistry (DMD) at the Faculty of Medicine of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia is unique in its content and structure. Program completely corresponds to the Russian Government’s and international requirements to the degree of the Medical Doctor in Dentistry. The Faculty of Medicine of the PFUR is listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools of the WHO.

The dental education curriculum is a scientifically-oriented program which is rigorous and intensive. The goals of the dental education program include the preparation of graduates who possess the knowledge, skills and values to begin the practice of general dentistry.

The program is specially designed for English speaking students and includes special program designed to study intensively Russian language from first year onwards, along with other medical subjects, in order to have adequate command of the Russian language, to converse with patients in clinics etc. Graduates can obtain a diploma of an interpreter-consultant in Russian language.

 

Learning outcomes:

At the end of the Program, graduates shall be competent in: the application of the fundamental principles of behavioral sciences as they pertain to patient-centered approaches for promoting, improving and maintaining oral health; managing a diverse patient population and have the interpersonal and communications skills to function successfully in a multicultural work environment; evaluating different models of oral health care management and delivery.

Graduates shall be able: to understand the basic principles and philosophies of practice management and have the skills to function successfully as the leader of the oral health care team; to be competent in applying ethical, legal and regulatory concepts to the provision and/or support of oral health care services; to be competent in the application of the principles of ethical reasoning and professional responsibility as they pertain to patient care and practice management; to recognize the role of lifelong learning and self-assessment in maintaining competency.

Graduates shallbe competent: in the use of critical thinking and problem solving related to the comprehensive care of patients; in the use of information technology resources in contemporary dental practice.

Graduates shallbe competent in providing oral health care within the scope of general dentistry, for the child, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patient, including patient assessment and diagnosis, comprehensive treatment planning, health promotion and disease prevention, informed consent, anesthesia, and pain and anxiety control, restoration of teeth, replacement of teeth, periodontal therapy, pulpal therapy, oral mucosal disorders, hard and soft tissue surgery, dental emergencies, malocclusion and space management and evaluation of the outcomes of treatment.

Graduates shallbe competent in assessing the treatment needs of patients with special needs.

Career opportunities:

The Program graduates will be able to continue education in clinical residency, as a part of multilevel structure of higher medical education, a form of continuous professional education of medical doctors for training or re-training specialists and upgrading their level. The main task of clinical residency is to prepare highly qualified specialists for independent work in hospitals, various medical institutions or in privat

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Peoples’ Friendship University - FEE DETAILS

 

YearCollege Fee USD $College Fee INR ₹Hostel Fee USD $Hostel Fee INR ₹One Time USD $One Time INR ₹Total USD $Total INR ₹
First Year 11500 782000 800 54400 0 0 12300 836400
Second Year 10500 680000 800 54400 0 0 11300 734400
Third Year 10500 680000 800 54400 0 0 11300 734400
Fourth Year 10500 680000 800 54400 0 0 11300 734400
Fifth Year 10500 680000 800 54400 0 0 11300 734400
Sixth Year 10500 680000 800 54400 0 0 11300 734400
Grand Total640004182000480032640000688004508400

BMU Processing Fee : -

Rs. 150000 + GST

Important Note : -

  • 1 USD$ = 68 INR at time of Calculation 
  • Total Fee in 1 st Year includes Tuition Fee, Medical Insurance, State duty for multiple visas, Equivalence certificate fee, Mobile SIM Card, Airport Pick up on arrival and all other charges of the university as required.

courses-icon ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • Minimum 50% marks in PCB for General Category, others 45%. Minimum Age to apply is 17 years by 31st Dec of the admission year. 
  • NEET Score must be for General Categories - 134 Marks & For Reserved Categories - 107 Marks

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