Postgraduate studies

Postgraduate studies are the main form of training for scientific and scientific-pedagogical personnel. Postgraduate training at ISM is carried out in full-time (3 years) and part-time (4 years) forms. During training, a graduate student must complete an individual curriculum and publish articles in peer-reviewed journals.

The result of completing a postgraduate course is the completion of dissertation work with a public defense of the dissertation in the appropriate dissertation council.

Academic degree: Graduate student
Form of study: full-time
Standard training period years – full-time postgraduate study based on higher medical education

ISM IUK conducts training for postgraduate students in the following scientific specialties:

  • 03.11- Regenerative medicine, physical therapy, sports medicine, balneology and physiotherapy;
  • 01.30 — Gerontology and geriatrics;
  • 03.09 — Clinical immunology, allergology (medical and biological sciences).
  • 02.03. – Public health and healthcare.

Admission to graduate school ISM IUK

Graduates of an educational organization of higher professional medical education are accepted for postgraduate study at the NCEI ESPC “IUK”.

Postgraduate admission plan:

Deadlines for the admission campaign for foreign citizens: as part of the summer admission – from November 10 to 20.

Documents provided upon admission to graduate school:

  • Personal application of an applicant for residency, indicating the deadline for submission.
  •  Copy of passport;
  • Personal sheet for personnel records;
  • Autobiography;
  • Characteristics – recommendation;
  • Photo 3×4 – 3 pcs.;
  • A notarized copy of a higher education diploma;
  • A copy of the certificate of completion of residency (for clinical departments) or a master’s degree diploma (for theoretical departments);
  • Extract from the cathedral meeting, petition;
  • A copy of the work recorded book, certified by the HR department;
  • Medical certificate in form 086/y;
  • Brief justification of the preliminary topic of the dissertation (if available);
  • Written consent of the scientific supervisor for scientific supervision (in free form);
  • List of scientific and scientific-methodological works (if available).

Basic postgraduate program

Postgraduate studies are the main form of training of scientific, pedagogical, and scientific personnel in the system of postgraduate professional education and provide citizens with the opportunity to improve the level of education, and scientific and pedagogical qualifications based on higher professional education. The training of postgraduate students is carried out in branches of science and scientific specialties by the current nomenclature of specialties of scientific workers.

A GRADUATE STUDENT is a person who has a higher professional education and is studying in graduate school, preparing a dissertation for the degree of Candidate of Sciences.

The goal of postgraduate study— the training of a highly qualified specialist who has a system of general cultural and professional competencies, is capable and ready to perform independent professional activities, and, as regards the healthcare system, in conditions of specialized, including high-tech, medical care.

As part of achieving this goal, it is expected that graduate students will develop the ability and readiness to:

  • to critical analysis and assessment of modern scientific achievements;
  • to the design and implementation of comprehensive scientific research based on a scientific worldview;
  • to organize and conduct scientific research at a high scientific and methodological level;
  • to analyze, summarize, and publicly present the results of their scientific research;
  • to the implementation of research results in practical healthcare;