Higher Education in Kyrgyzstan
International School of Medicine - Bishkek
INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF KYRGYZSTAN (IUK) was created in 1993 by a special Decree of the President of the Kyrgyz Republic. “International School of Medicine is a medical school in Kyrgyzstan established in 2003”. After that, the International School of Medicine became a part of the International University of Kyrgyzstan. Since 2003, the medical school is training highly-qualified specialists, conduct scientific research in medicine and provide health services to the population of Kyrgyz Republic as well as to its neighboring countries.
The IUK is located in Bishkek – the capital of the Kyrgyz republic. It has 3 main campuses, two of which are in Bishkek and the third is in Cholpon-Ata. The building of the IUK is one of the oldest and most beautiful buildings of Bishkek that is located on a central street of the city.
Approximately 6332 students of different nationalities studied at ISM”.
The International Higher School of Medicine serves the needs of local and global community by educating students to become clinicians who demonstrate professionalism, practice evidence-based medicine, advocate for patients, and share highest moral and ethical standards of health care. Training at ISM is conducted with the most up-to-date educational technologies used to ensure highly efficient training of doctors.
The International School of Medicine is an official state educational institution with the license of Ministry of Education and Science of Kyrgyz Republic for medical education in General Medicine. The University is recognized by WHO, IIME, FAIMER, and ORPHEUS.