Armenian Medical Institute

Study Mbbs in Armenian Medical Institute

Armenian Medical Institute students get a range of facilities curricular & extra curricular. University Library is the 3rd Largest in Armenia, with wide varieties of Medical Books, international Research Papers and valuable Journals.

University facilitates its students with clinical practice right from the 2nd year. It has 23 Clinical centers, “Erebuni Medical Center” Armenia’s largest multi-specialty hospital being one of them.

Apart from the regular curriculum, students are provided with regular coaching/ preparation for MCI & USMLE right from 3rd Semester. University Student and Scientific Council engages students round the year with various stimulating projects National & International.


Departments (Under the Faculty of Medicine)

  • Normal and Pathological Anatomy
  • Normal and Pathological Physiology
  • Medical Chemistry and Biology
  • Medical Physics, Mathematics, Mathematical Statistics, Informatics
  • Social Sciences
  • Microbiology, Virology, Immunology and Ecology
  • Biochemistry and Pharmacology
  • General Hygiene and Health Management
  • Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology
  • Internal Diseases
  • Surgery
  • Psychiatry and Mental Health, Medical Psychology
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Judicial Medicine
  • Dentistry

Credit System

KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT SYSTEM

During the whole period of study, Armenian Medical Institute uses students' assessment methods, surveys, seminars, essay writing, writing and test work that enable students to evaluate students correctly and ensure academic honesty. The student's knowledge and academic achievement scale is 100 points, which includes the results of students' self-reliance, self-employment, queries and exams. According to this scale, maximum 25 points for attendance, which corresponds to 100%, are given for 25 points for surveys, which corresponds to 100% result, maximum 20 points for the student's self-study, which corresponds to 100% For field exams, 30 points are given, which corresponds to 100% evaluation criteria. The internal evaluation procedure is done on the numerical scale "10", where the figure "10" corresponds to 100 units and 100% of the examination material. 9-10 points are excellent, 7-8 good, 5-6 satisfying, 0-4 insufficient (see the next chapter). The student can not take part in the exam or test if he / she has received less than 60 points from the attendance, survey, and testing. Points are calculated from the percentage collected by the learner who received the semester during the academic year. 1 credit is equivalent to 30 academic hours in which lectures, practical and laboratory work, workshops and independent work are included. In one academic year the student completes 60 credits. practical and laboratory works, seminars and independent work.

The final assessment of the knowledge is made by the President of the State Examination Examination Commission, the latter being appointed by the well-known non-university professionals. At the final stage of the final state examination, practical skills and abilities are examined, in the second stage theoretical knowledge, and thirdly, through clinical thinking through oral questioning and problem solving.

A student or a graduate, passing the three-level educational system, can continue his or her work both in Armenia and abroad, based on the results of his / her knowledge.


BASIC IDEAS OF CREDIT SYSTEM

AMI applies the ESTS Credit Accumulation System (ECTS European Credit Transfer System), starting from 2006-2007, in line with the Bologna Process developments and pursuant to Government Resolution 22/12/2005 N 2307, as well as by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia 19/06 / 2007, Approved by Order No 588-A / B.

AMI credit system complete ( transmission and storage ) Kira R. Mann after he came out of the 2011/2012 academic year educational credits as educational programs mandatory element of importing and students in academic journals are necessarily an indication.


AMI rating unit EST mark Characteristics
91-100 A "Excellent" - exceptional knowledge with minor errors
84-90 B "Very good" - Excellent knowledge with some omissions
73-84 C "Good" - a good job with obvious errors
68-73 D "Satisfactory" with gaps in mourning
60-67 E "Enough" - Minimal knowledge
Less than 60 points, with the right to reconsider the test FX "Failure" - need extra work to get credits
Unsuccessful rebate F. "Complete failure" - requires double training
Verified S Sufficient level of recovery
Unverified U Insufficient level of treatment

Faculty of Medicine

The Faculty of Medicine was founded in 1990. In 1996, the faculty graduated the first 57 doctors-graduates who continued their studies in clinical residency.

The first Dean of the Faculty of Medicine was Arthur Karapetyan, who at the same time led and taught at the Department of Anatomy. Later, the post of the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine was headed by Inga Gurgen Yerznkyan, Ph.D. Iren Ereni Sekoyan, PhD, Associate Professor Yuri Lennoy Jhangiryan.

Training

The basic education of the Faculty of General Medicine is currently being organized by a 6-year continuous integrated program. The training is organized in Armenian. At present there are 386 International students studying at the faculty. During the study students study both theoretical and professional and related clinical subjects. Practical training is widely used in educational phantoms, moldings, and didactic materials. During the Master's study, teaching is accompanied by improved practical skills.

Upon graduating the continuing education, graduates are given a doctorate qualification in the specialty of MD “General Medicine”.


Eligibility requirement:

  • Minimum 50% aggregate marks in PCB in 12th
  • Minimum 17 years age till 31st December 2019
  • NEET 2019 qualified (As per Indian government’s rules)

Admission Requirements for Foreign Students:

  • Application Form
  • Passport/ID
  • 4 photos 3 x 4
  • Certificate of Secondary Education
  • Legalisation of educational documents (about 100 USD not covered by the University)
  • EXAMS: Biology and Chemistry
  • Medical Certificate of Health Status

Why Mbbs in Armenian Medical Institute

  • Established in 1990
  • Faster admission process
  • Zero donation
  • Low hostel & tuition fee
  • 5,000+ Students

Armenian Medical Institute Fee Structure

Year Tuition Fee in USD
1st Year $3,500
2nd Year $3,500
3rd Year $3,500
4th Year $3,500
5th Year $3,500
6th Year $3,500

Hostel Fee:

Northern State Medical University Fee Structure has a minimal hostel of around 18,000 approx per month.

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