Yerevan State Medical University is a public university in Yerevan, Armenia. It was founded in 1920. The university offers a six-year program in medicine, leading to the M.D. degree. Yerevan State Medical University is accredited by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Medical Education Directory (IMED).
Currently, fees is not available for this univeristy.
About Campus life
The campus life of students at Yerevan State Medical University is largely influenced by the Armenian Medical Students’ Parliament. Armenian Medical Students’ Parliament (AMSP) is a self-governed society of students which pledges to protect the rights of the students and promote their interests. 4 out of every 5 students of the University actively take part in the activities of AMSP. Having established good relations with students’ societies of medical universities of other countries, it encourages student exchange programs and international visits as well.
There are other students’ societies that one can be a part of such as Council of Young scientists, scientific and academic council, etc. where one can promote his ideas, get to know others who share similar interests and be a part of positive innovations.
The University houses the international students in its two hostel buildings. The hostel facilities provided to the students can be characterized as adequate in terms of dwelling and studying and also recreation. There are separate wings for boys and girls. Also, rooms are allotted on a sharing basis. There is also a hostel cafeteria which represents itself as a non-commercial dining space so the students could afford dining items easily.
Speaking of food, there is availability of Indian food and the breakfast is served everyday to the hostel dwellers without any cost. Other facilities of the hostel include a reading room, computer room with internet facilities, conference hall, celebration hall, laundry, etc. The entire hostel building is equipped with a heating system for winter season.