At the University the training is provided at Medical Faculty (6 years duration) and Dentist Faculty (5 years duration). In the process of training continuous control is conducted by estimating of students’ knowledge at the each stage of studying. At the end the final control is provided by passing tests and examinations in subjects studied during this term. At the University, all necessary facilities have been provided for organization and maintenance to assume a control over the students’ knowledge in subjects of the general fundamental sciences. National examination KROK is compulsory to pass after the 3-rd year after the 6-th year. The examination verifies the knowledge of subjects from the cycle of professional and practical training and in the same time it envisages a wide test control over the current and final levels. On completion of the training, state examinations are passed in main subjects: Internal Diseases, Occupational Diseases and Infectious Diseases, Surgical Diseases with Pediatric Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Childhood Diseases with Childhood Infectious Diseases, Hygiene, Social Medicine, Organization and Economy of Public Health. After successful passing of the state examinations graduates of KNMU are awarded the qualification of Doctor, the title the Doctor of Medicine and the Degree of Specialist.
Each academic year starts on September and consists of two semesters:
The training is given in the following specialties:
Faculty of Post Graduate Education offers the areas as follows:
Professionally oriented subjects contain 6,701 hours, which are as follows: