School of Medicine
Study for degree in Medicine
School of Medicine has over 3200 undergraduate students, 140 graduate students and 380 postgraduate students, 142 faculties, 13 clinical departments including 3 traditional departments with 15 professor’s teams. Since 1999, our school had implemented integrated PBL based curriculum with 21 blocks. This curriculum has been accredited by the National Council for Higher Education Accreditation and evaluated successfully by the Association for Medical Education in the Western Pacific Region in 2011. From this academic year, we are implementing 2 years premedical, plus 4 years medical curriculum for all medical and dental students. All students will study anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, microbiology, immunology, genetics and plus various other studies including biostatistics, epidemiology, pharmacology, and laboratory classes in their initial 2 years pre-medical training. From the third year until the fifth year, students study clinical studies, based on the “block-integrated curriculum.” Clinical studies are based within the hospital complex with attachments to Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics and other direct patient care specialties. From last year, students have done their clerkship at the rural hospitals throughout the Mongolia.
Study for degree in Traditional Medicine
Our goal is to implement the best methods of medical education in order to prepare highly skilled physicians and professionals who meet the demands of our community, and bring research standards close to international level. It is intended to be a challenging, stimulating and forward looking experience, and the curriculum is accredited by the National Council for Higher Education Accreditation. Students who choose to study traditional medicine will take subjects include Botany, Theoretical basis of traditional Mongolian Medicine, Mongolian medicinal raw materials, and Traditional medical prescription. Clinical studies- based at the Traditional Medical Science, Technology and Production Corporation of Mongolia and concentrates on direct patient care. Subjects include: Traditional diagnostics, Basics of traditional internal medicine, Medical astrology, Traditional internal medicine-1, Traditional internal medicine-2, Traditional internal medicine-3, Hot-natured diseases, and Differential diagnosis of traditional internal medicine.
In 2013, Acupuncture and moxibustion class opened with 30 students in conjunction with Tianjing University of Chinese Medicine.