About Kyrgyz Republic

Kyrgyz Republic

Know Us Who We Are ?

Before going to study MBBS in Kyrgyzstan, You should know about the beautiful country Kyrgyzstan which is located in the central part of Asia and follows a parliamentary republic system. Kyrgyz is the national language of the country which bears a close resemblance with that of different Turk languages. It also shares strong cultural and historical ties with the country.

The country is divided into seven provinces, which consists of different districts and is administered by governors. Bishkek is the capital of the country.

Kyrgyz republic is located in the very heart of Central Asia on the Great Silk Road and has been praised by many poets and philosophers of the East. This area of the world is fast becoming a prime tourist destination as many people are now interested in understanding more about the history of the people living here. Kyrgyz republic has the population of 5 million people representing more than 80 ethnic communities living in peace and international concord. In general the Kyrgyz are warm, sensitive and friendly people. The features of the Kyrgyz culture are tolerance, hospitality, open mindedness and flexibility.

It means that the people of Kyrgyz Republic face other cultures and nations easily. Kyrgyz republic is committed to its official foreing policy doctrine "East and West integration along the Great Silk Road" and favors the development and exchange of educational technologies as major priority of its national policy in the XXI century.

Our teaching staff is friendly, hospitable, positive, helpful and generally eager to speak with any foreigner. On contract basis every year AMI also invites the special team of doctors from USA, UK and Europe to deliver lectures and research medical education.

Kyrgyz Republic is a land of mountains, rivers and forests. So trekking, mountaineering, white-water rafting, pony trekking, mountain biking and even heli-skiing are commin activities in this country. Issyk Kul is, by far, the most popular tourist attraction, also known as "The Jewel" of Central Asia. Issyk-Kul means "hot lake" in Kyrgyz and confirms its name by not freezing in winter. It is 1609 Mtrs above the sea level and has an area of 6206 sq.km. (179 km long and 60 km wide), making it the second largest alpine lake in the world after Lake Titicaca in South America.

Why Kyrgyzstan?

Universities providing MBBS degree are recognized by World Health Organization and also by the Medical Council of India. So, with this degree in India, you can sit for the screening test that is required to fetch a job in this field. Academic year of this course consists of two semesters, and the admission procedure begins in the month of september. The module of the course follows the International Standards. Medium of instruction of this course is in English, which helps the international students to a great deal. Students with this degree can apply for employments test in European Union and USA also.


The history of the country dates back to 2000 years. In spite of its rough terrain, the country played an important role in trade through Silk Route. Until the nineteenth century, the country was ruled by different dynasties and its independence was invaded by different foreigners. In 1876, it was included in the Russian Empire. Later in August 1991, it emerged as an independent nation and gradually a democratic government was established.


This country shares its borders with China, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. It has high deposits of gold and other rarely found metals. Majority of the landmass of the country is covered with mountains which is about 80% of the total area and leaves little scope for cultivation. Issyk- Kul Lake is the largest mountain lake of the country. The terrain of this country makes the country often referred as the Switzerland of Central Asia.


Bishkek is the capital, the heart and soul of the Kyrgyz Republic, as well as its political, economic, scientific and cultural center and main transportation hub. Its territory measures 160 sq km, with a population of about 1 million. Bishkek is situated in the center of the Chu valley, at the foot of snow capped Kyrgyz mountains of the Ala-Too range, 750 meters above sea level.

The city’s main feature is strict street planning, in which streets only intersect at right angles to each other. Its streets are lined with trees and shrubs of 150 varieties. As a center of international tourism in Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek offers many sights for visitors. The main and favorite place to rest and walk for travelers and guests of the capital is the center of Bishkek, where a great many museums, galleries, shops, parks, public gardens, squares, restaurants and cafes are located.

Tourism in Kyrgyzstan

Let us introduce you Kyrgyzstan – the land where dreams come true and the voice of waterfalls along with tender purling whisper of rivers will call you here again and again… It’s a beautiful mountainous country, amazing by its virgin nature, original culture and unprecedented hospitality, crystal lakes, many mountain rivers, hot summer and snowy winter. Kyrgyzstan is located on the intersection of the Great Silk Road. The system of caravan routes ran across Kyrgyzstan during 15 centuries and connected Eastern and Western civilizations were called the Great Silk Road. The total area is 198 square meters 5. km. The territory is divided into seven regions – Chui, Talas, Issyk-Kul, Naryn, Osh, Jalal-Abad and Batken. Capital – Bishkek city with a population of about one million inhabitants. The total population of the republic of 5,5 million people.

MBBS in Kyrgyzstan

Duration of MBBS course is of Six years. In the first three years, students are imparted knowledge on the basics of medical sciences and clinical studies and the last three year is solely dedicated to practical training in hospital attached to the university. This course utilizes modules that are technically supported by the World Health Organization. Universities have also introduced credit hours system in this course.