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Volgograd State medical university

Admission requirements

An applicant for admission has to submit the papers listed below.

For applicants to a preliminary course or one of the colleges of the University (Russian or English medium):

  • a copy of certificate of completed secondary education (12 years) attesting that the person is eligible to apply for admission to medical universities and colleges in their native country; the certificate has to contain a list of courses taken and grades obtained; the copy must be certified by a notary;
  • a certificate of preliminary course in one of the higher educational institutions of Russia (for those seeking admission to become 1 st year Russian-medium students);
  • a medical certificate excluding medical counter indications for study (including the results of HIV-test);
  • 12 photographs (size 4x6 cm).

For applicants to the postgraduate course:

  • a written application to the rector requesting to be admitted to a post-graduate course with the type of training (internship, residency, clinical placement) and speciality specified; this application may be sent by fax or e-mail; the applicant's address, e-mail and telephone have to be in;
  • a copy of certificate of completed higher medical education; this copy must be certified by a notary.

As soon as all these documents have been received, an applicant is requested to send the information required for issuing an invitation. The original invitation is sent to the applicant's mail-address by mail. This invitation is submitted to the Consular Department of the Russian Embassy for a visa to be issued.

On arrival in Russia the applicant has to present a medical certificate excluding medical counterindications for study (including the results of HIV-test).

 

 

 

 

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