International Higher School of Medicine

International Higher School of Medicine is a medical school in Kyrgyzstan established in October 2004. It has 3 main campuses, two of which are in Bishkek and the third is in Cholpon-Ata. Approximately 3,500 students of different nationalities study at IHSM.

International Higher School of Medicine Offered Courses | Programmes

  • Surgery 
  • Pediatrics 
  • Infectious diseases 
  • Therapy 
  • Obstetrics and gynecology 
  • Physiology
  • Pathologic physiology
  • Public Health

International Higher School of Medicine Tuition Fees

BSc Degree
MSc Degree
Diploma Programs
Short Courses
Phd Degree
Cost of Living in Country

International Higher School of Medicine Admission

Except the main requirements we have a set of other specific rules for each country. The additional information might be provided in the regional offices of our regional representatives or directly from our Research and Analytical Department (contact information is below).

3. After fulfilling all the requirements  and getting admitted  you will be provided with a provisional admission letter and application form at your request. 

4. Successful applicants are required to apply for e-visa form the Ministry of External Affairs of Kyrgyz Republic. Please visit:;

5. Or you may contact with the regional representative of your country or International Cooperation Center ( and provide your documents for getting e-visa;

For more important information, please contact Research and Analytical Department:

Telephone: +996 755 559958


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