Established in 2005, Tashkent Medical Academy traces back its history to 1920, making it one of the oldest medical universities in Uzbekistan to study MBBS. Before forming Tashkent Medical Academy in 2005 it used to be known as Tahkent state university and Tashkent medical institute in 1931 and 1990 respectively. Also the University has 3 branches at the moment: Urgench Branch, Fergana Branch and Termez Branch respectively.

Appearing among the top 5 universities in Uzbekistan, the Faculty there includes General Medicine, Pedagogy, and Nursing have been initially established at the academy, with a complete capacity of 4662 students, apart from these many Indian students also pusing MBBS at the University. The institute trains around 765 postgraduates and 205 physicians. Tashkent Medical Academy’s MBBS program is based on the manufacturing of highly educated experts on 58 chairs via the acquisition of medical skills. Under a grant on the environment and human health, the institute implemented the ‘On coordination and monitoring of research works.” There are seven separate medical councils inside the institute.

Education of highly certified professionals are carried at the Center of Acquiring Practical Skills, OSCE (Objectively structured Clinical Examination) Center, 2 training laboratories, School of Public Health, Information-Resource Center, Demonstration-Training Stomatology Complex, at 2 demonstration-education modules of Rural Doctor’s Station.

The major medical bases of the Academy are 1st, 2nd and 3rd Clinics, Republican Specialized Scientific-Practical Medical Centers, Republican and City Clinical Hospitals.

As Tashkent Medical Academy is placed among the top medical colleges in Uzbekistan and they are also recognized by NMC and WHO, the average cost there sums up is around Rs. 4 lacs (including tuition fees and hostel fees). For detailed info you can go through whole article below

Tashkent Medical Academy - Quick Highlights 2024

If you are looking to study MBBS in Uzbekistan, then have a quick overview on some important points of Tashkent Medical academy:


Last Date To Apply


Basic Eligibility

10+2 with 55%

NEET Entrance Test

Yes, it is compulsory

Annual Tuition Fees (approx)

4500 USD

Course Duration

6 years (including Internship)


Country – 4
World – 6296

Medium of Education

English Medium

Number of students enrolled


University Recognition

NMC and WHO approved


Urgench, Fergana, Termez

Why Study MBBS at Tashkent Medical Academy?

If youre trying to study MBBS in Uzbekistan, then have a short overview on a few critical factors of Tashkent Medical Academy:


  • The institute offers world-class education at affordable tuition fees.

  • The institute accounts for regional factors like religious freedom, law defense which are critically important for Asian and Latin American countries.

  • With well-equipped classrooms, basic science and clinical laboratories, training centers and clinical bases impart world-class education to young minds.

  • The university has cooperation with international scientific and educational centers that provide knowledge and exposure to students.

  • The experienced staff at the university always strives to implement advanced teaching methodology that enhances clinical and interpersonal skills of the students

Students Life at Tashkent Medical Academy

Know about how your life would be at the Tashkent Medical Academy with a students perspective:


    • Participate in the training of highly certified medical personnel and enhancing the structure of the healthcare system so that you can enhance the quality of medical care for the population;

    • Supplementing education with new content material based at the huge introduction of advanced educational technology withinside the corporation of educational processes;

    • To offer training of future medical professionals while obtaining specific talents of treatment practice;

    • To decide the promising directions of training of medical employees, to form a preventive direction withinside the activities of doctors, considering the ecological modifications withinside the environment;

    • To steer the activities of branches, to coordinate and methodically lead the work of better medical academic establishments withinside the country as a leader in training, retraining and upgrading the qualifications of medical employees with better training withinside the Republic, as well as medicine, fitness care, healthy accomplishing scientific studies withinside the field of lifestyle decision-making;

    • Together with training, retraining and enhancing the qualifications of pedagogical employees withinside the field of medicine, to instill in them emotions of patriotism and ideal humanity at a excessive level, to strive to grasp their profession, and to form their religious and moral qualities;

    • Considering the best practices of our country and overseas withinside the training of medical employees, systematizing them and introducing them into the system of better medical training of the Republic.

Tashkent Medical Academy - Ranking (2024)

  1. According to uni rank, the country & world ranking of Tashkent Medical Academy is :





Cost of Living in Tashkent City

The table below shows the approx cost of living for a month in Tashkent City:


ParticularsApprox range in USDApprox range in RS


100 – 214

8,000 – 17,120


114 – 186

9,120 – 14,880


11 – 28

880 – 2,240

Note: 1$ = 80 Rs. (for calculation purpose)

About Tashkent City

  • Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan lies in the northeastern part of the country. It is the largest city in Central Asia. It is located at an elevation of around 1400 to 1500 feet in the Chirchiq river intersected by a series of canals from the Chirchiq river. The city was acquired by the Arabs at the beginning of the 8th century and later become a part of various Muslim ruling lines in the early 13th century.

  • The city has a humid continental climate with very hot summers and cold winters. The average temperature in July is 32°C and the average low temperature in winter is 9°C.

  • Today, Tashkent is the cultural and economic center of Central Asia. The city is connected by the various industries including food industries, agricultural industries, textile industries and the number of research establishments. The city has numerous theatres in Uzbek and Russian, including the Navoi Theatre of opera and ballet, several museums, the palace of arts, parks and stadiums.


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