Yerevan State Medical University was established in 1920 in the city of Yerevan. Along with the main university building, there are several more - a laboratory, an anatomical and dental clinics building. Also, there are 2 hospitals under the university’s jurisdiction.
Yerevan is the capital city of Armenia. It’s the largest city in the country with more than 1,000,000 inhabitants. Yerevan hosts more than 3 Armenian Medical universities, that attract thousands of prospective students every year.
Yerevan State Medical University offers English-taught courses in Medicine, Dentistry, and Pharmacy. Also, students who don’t feel prepared enough can enrol in a 1-year preparatory course. This course is not obligatory, but it’s very preferred since it gives you the proper basic scientific knowledge for the entrance exams and the start of your medical career.
The curriculum activities in Yerevan State Medical University include theoretical classes and practical training. It is mandatory to take summer clerkships which give you additional credits needed for graduation. Also, students who want to acquire extra knowledge and skills can take part in research projects.
The university is located at 2- Koryun St, Yerevan 0025, Armenia.
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The annual tuition fee at Yerevan State Medical University are as follows:
Yerevan State Medical University requires entrance exams on topics of the subjects Biology, Chemistry, and Physics in English. The exams can only be taken at the university. English proficiency is mandatory for all candidates that enrol for a medical-related course in English.
The university offers dormitories for international students located near the main campus. The buildings consist of rooms with up to three beds. On each floor, there are shared bathrooms and showers at every end of the hall.
Other conveniences around the buildings are TV and study rooms, communal kitchen and laundry areas. The rent per month is around €100 including all the utilities, the usage of the shared rooms and free breakfast in the dining area.
If you prefer to live in private accommodation in Yerevan, you can rent a 1-bedroom flat for between €180 and €300 monthly, based on the location. Other expenses and utilities will cost you around €300-€400 per month.
The university is recognised by the World Health Organisation and is listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools.
A diploma from Yerevan State Medical University grants you the right to continue your studies or start practising right after graduation.