I.M. Sechenov Moscow Medical University

The oldest and largest national medical higher education institution is the I.M. Sechenov Moscow Medical University (MMU). The Imperial Moscow University’s medical school, which was founded thanks to the work of the great Russian scientist M. V. Lomonosov, served as the forerunner of the MMU. In 1758, the faculty’s first six students enrolled to begin their studies. The medical school at Moscow State University was split off to form the first Moscow Medical Institution in 1930. The nation’s most potent medical institution was reorganised as the Medical Academy in 1990 in order to create perfect elite education and deeper integrated research.Today, the university is at the forefront of medical science development as well as the certification, advanced training, and training of medical, pharmaceutical, and scientific personnel.

The best medical school in Russia is undoubtedly MMU. The WHO and numerous national medical councils accept the MMU Diploma. The university’s degrees provide access to nations in Europe, the USA, and Canada. 11 faculties, 115 academic departments, a centre for scientific research and clinical care, an editorial and publishing division, 18 clinical sites, a library, and other divisions make up the university. The clinical centre at Moscow Medical University has 18 different clinics with a combined capacity of 3080 patients, a large united scientific centre, several research institutes, the basic library, the laboratories, the botanical garden, and the stadium. It also has 69 buildings for study, classrooms, and lecture halls. The university’s training and lab facilities cover more than 200,000 square metres, or 25 square metres per student. 

The university has been working with 40 medical, preventative health care, apothecary, and research centres and institutions in Moscow. Annual enrollment at the university has been around 8000 students from Russia and other countries. Since 2001, they have received training in medicine, preventive medicine, pharmacy, nursing, and dentistry. The I.M. Sechenov Moscow Medical University has accumulated significant expertise in training foreign students. There have been more than 2000 specialists from 87 countries trained there as of today. About 900 foreign nationals attended the university in 2001. the top-notch preparatory programme, the hostel’s comfortable accommodations.