Bashkir State Medical University

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In 1913, in Bashkiria there were only 143 doctors. Due to a lack of doctors many people had to apply to ignorant witch-doctors, mullahs, exorcists, and thus, were deprived of appropriate medical aid. Children death rate (at the first year of their life) was 283 per1000 newborns. General death rate reached 29 per 1000 people, average lifespan did not exceed 32 years. By the beginning of 1930s the health rate of the population continued to cause serious anxiety. The authorities of the Republic raised the question of establishing a higher medical educational institution in the Republic. On 25 March, 1932 the Council of Peoples Commissars issued the order that envisaged the establishment of a medical institute in the city of Ufa. On 15 November, 1932 there was a ceremonial opening of the medical institute (it was the third higher education institution in Bashkiria), the first classes began. This date is considered initial. Solomon Traynin (1902-1974) was appointed the first director of the Institute. Solomon Traynin graduated from the Medical Faculty of the Lomonosov State Medical University, and was sent to Ufa. Since 1925 to 1930 he worked at the Republican Dermatovenerologic Health Center, in 1930 he became the head of the newly opened Scientific Research Dermatovenerologic Institute. Since 1932 to 1937 he was the director of Bashkir Medical Institute. Thanks to his energy and executive talent, very soon the Institute gained faculty, all structural subdivisions were formed. For a great contribution to development of healthcare in Bashkiria he was awarded the Order of Lenin. In 1937 he was persecuted for political reasons and sent to Magadan. After rehabilitation in 1955 he stayed there in Magadan and started to work as a STD and skin specialist. The Institute was quickly developing as a scientific institution. In 1938 they began publishing scientific books of the Institute, in 1939 the first scientific conferences were hosted. In 1940 Sabir Lukmanov, Chair of the Normal Anatomy Department, Assistant Professor, was appointed Peoples Commissar of Healthcare of the Republic. This event made the Institute connected with the healthcare system more tightly. When the World War Second began the Institute adjusted its work to national needs in war time. On the first days of the war a part of the Institute faculty liable for military service and administrative staff were called to arms. During the war time the Institute prepared 905 doctors.

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Hostel is an integral part of every university. Life in a hostel is full of pleasures and amusements.

Bashkir State Medical University administers four hostels to accommodate International students with native students.

Life in the BSMU hostel makes a student self dependent. It makes a person smart, active and disciplined. It gives all the students an ample chance to learn how to lead an independent and responsible life. It plays a vital role in the development of the personality of the students. Students of different habits and tastes live together under one roof which results in better understanding among themselves.

The hostels are controlled by a wardan. The wardans guide the students. They see whether the rules and regulations of the hostel are being followed or not.

Each hostel has a reading hall where the students study. In addition, all BSMU hostels have all necessary facilities for physical training, like, gymnasium and fitness hall. Thus, in the hostel, a student can develop his mind and body.

Each floor of the hostel is equipped with a kitchen where the students can prepare food for themselves. The markets and banks are in close proximity.
The hostel rooms are well furnished with beds, cupboards and many more.

All the hostels are not far from the university, bus and tram stops are at-hand.

It is a blessing, a joy, a lesson and a great responsibility to live in BSMU hostels.

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Bashkir State Medical 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 6000 408000 500 34000 0 0 6500 442000
Second Year 4000 272000 500 34000 0 0 4500 306000
Third Year 4000 272000 500 34000 0 0 4500 306000
Fourth Year 4000 272000 500 34000 0 0 4500 306000
Fifth Year 4000 272000 500 34000 0 0 4500 306000
Sixth Year 4000 272000 500 34000 0 0 4500 306000
Grand Total260001768000300020400000290001972000

BMU Processing Fee : -

Rs. 150000 + GST

Important Note : -

First-year hostel fee is added in tuition fee, Mess charges will be extra ($100-150 per month ). Visa extension and health insurance is excluded . ($1 = 68₹ at the time of calculation ) .


  • 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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