I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University is a top Russian medical university providing high quality education. More than 100 degree programmes are available to foreigners.
When can prospective international students apply?
In 2019, the application dates are 20 June - 29 August.
What documents do foreign nationals have to submit for undergraduate/graduate studies?
Following is the list of required documents:
Notarised translation of passport.
Notarised translation of education document.
Russian Federation certificate of recognition of education received abroad (if the countries have no mutual education documents recognition agreement).
An international student can show a Unified State Exam certificate if they have taken this examination.
Notarised translations of the above documents.
Eight 3 x 4cm photos.
To get accurate information about the required documents, create a personal account and write to the university. MSMU International Office will reply to you within ten days.
What programmes in English are available at MSMU?
I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University offers three English medium specialist programmes:
Health Care Management is an English-taught master’s degree programme.
Do I have to take an English examination for English medium programmes?
No, you don’t.
Can I take entrance examinations online?
No, you cannot. Foreign nationals submit the documents in person or by proxy to the university’s Admissions Office at 2-2 Bolshaya Pirogovskaya street, Moscow, Russia.
How much are tuition fees?
The average fee is 520,000 rubles ($8,000).
5 key MSMU advantages for prospective international students:
Rich research experience and centuries-old university traditions: MSMU was founded in 1758.
MSMU is a successful combination of classical medical school and advanced technology.
The faculty are experienced medical specialists; students in training work with patients to gain experience.
Opportunity to engage in world level clinical research.
Students in the appropriate fields can study high-tech minimally invasive surgery.