Address: 71, Torekulov Str., Almaty, Kazakhstan
Admissions Office: +7 (727) 250-67-85
Rector’s Office: +7 (727) 250 83 72
Kazakh-Russian Medical University is one of the largest private universities in the country (State license AB 0026246). KRMU had passed four state certifications (1998, 2003, 2007, 2012) and issues State Diplomas. Kazakh-Russian Medical University, formerly Kazakhstani Medical Institute, had opened its doors in 1992, in the wake of major political and economic reforms, when the important role was given to the reforms of science and higher education. One of the first private graduate schools in CIS was founded by Dr. Mukhtar Aliyevich Aliyev, the Member of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the President of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Member of the International Association of Surgeons, and the National Hero of Kazakhstan together with Professor K.M. Maskeev and Assistant Professors V.S. Holubchenko and A.O. Panova.
The educational program of the school meets the state standard of education. At the same time, new forms and methods of teaching to improve medical education in the country were successfully tested at the University.
The educational process is guided by more than 200 professors, among them are the medical doctors with a worldwide reputation and well-known Kazakhstani and foreign scientists. The students also have the opportunity to study and practice abroad by the program of academic mobility.
The education is provided both on a contract basis, and well as by educational grants of the state.
We abstain from forming large academic groups, keeping the number down to only 6-10 students. This allows to provide personalized approach to our students.
Students have the opportunity to choose their training language (Kazakh or Russian), and are given the intensive course of foreign language studies beginning from their first year.
Practical training by the specific clinical disciplines is conducted in leading medical centers in Almaty.
The following are among our teaching and clinical sites:
- The Research Institute of Eye Diseases
- The Kazakh Research Institute of Oncology and Radiology
- The Scientific Center of Urology named after Academician B.U. Jarbussynov
- The Research Institute of Cardiology and Internal Diseases
- The National Research Center of Surgery named after A.N. Syzganov
- The Military Clinical Hospital Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Kazakhstan
- The Center for Forensic Medicine of the Ministry of Health and Social Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty branch
- The National Children’s Clinical Hospital “Aksai”
- The City Clinical Hospital № 7
- The Almaty City Clinical Infectious Diseases Hospital named after I. Zhekenova
- The Hospital of the ER Ambulance of Almaty
- The City Ambulance Station
- The City Polyclinic № 16
- The Maternity Hospital № 4
- The “Kazakhstan” Sanatorium and others.
The Mobile Medical Units were set up by the University with the support from the “Foundation of the First President of Kazakhstan – Leader of the Nation” and the “Asar Bereke” Public Fund, as the part of the “New Kazakhstan in the New World” President’s Address to the Nation execution and in the context of the strategic health development until 2020, to provide healthcare services to the rural population of the Kazakhstan. The school for the MMU doctors and the educational and practical center for mobile medicine are also operating.
KRMU works closely with universities in countries near and far abroad. Our partners list includes “The Federal Center of Heart, Blood and Endocrinology named after A. Almazov” (Russia), “Nagasaki University” (Japan), “Baltic International Academy ” (Latvia), “Pyatigorsk Medical and Pharmaceutical Institute” (Russian Fed.), “Volgograd State Medical University (Russian Fed.), “The Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University named after B.N. Yeltsin” (Kyrgyzstan), “Bashkir State Medical University” (Russian Fed.), “Omsk State Medical Academy, (Russian Fed.), “KGV Enterprise ltd“ (India), European Commission / Directorate-General Development and Cooperation – Europe Aid (Belgium).
The joint research activities are organized at KRMU, as well as joint educational programs, researches in genetics, epidemiology, regenerative medicine, maternal and child healthcare are created.
The programs of academic mobility of interns and residents, training teachers, doctors, continuous postgraduate education, introduction of innovative technologies in the field of oncology, endocrinology, rehabilitation, and pediatrics are implemented within the work and study processes.