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Jalal-Abad State University

Jalal-Abad State University was founded in 1993 and is a public institution designed to provide higher education in following fields: electronics; energy; construction; education; agro-industrial complex. Academy Staff: 244 teachers, including 3 doctors of sciences, 4 professors, 38 PhDs, are corresponding member of the National Academy of Sciences, 2, Corresponding Member of the academic adviser and two Academy of Engineering.

Currently there are 5 faculties and 2 colleges in JaSU, with an enrollment of more than 4,300 students.

The university adopted a multi-level system of education, which includes four levels of training:

Jalal-abad State University has the following faculties:

Medicine
General information:

Rectorate, management is located in main campus Jalal-Abad. Faculty of Engineering is located in the Kara-Kul. Karakul city is located along the Bishkek-Osh highway at a distance of 395 km from Bishkek and 176 km from Jalal-Abad. Faculty of Technology is located in town of Tash-Kumyr. This city is also located along the Bishkek-Osh highway at a distance of 460 km from Bishkek and 112 km from Jalal-Abad. Electrical Engineering College is located in town of Mayluu-Suu. The city is located in the western foothills of the Ferghana Range, on the banks of the same river (a tributary of the Kara-Darya). The city has the largest in Central Asia Electric Works. Distance from Jalal-Abad to Maili-Suu, exactly 92 km. Technical College is located in the urban settlement of Kochkor-Ata, along the highway Bishkek – Osh, a distance of 517 km from Bishkek and 54 km from Jalal-Abat. In perspective Jalalabad State University to become one of the largest research and training centers of the Kyrgyz Republic, providing training bachelor of technology, a Bachelor of Science, Engineering and Master of Science, as well as academic degrees. The city was founded in the 80s of last century. Currently, the city is third largest city of the Kyrgyz Republic. Distance from the capital Bishkek by road is 571 km.

Jalal-Abad is the political, economic and cultural center of the Jalalabad region. The city has the administrative institutions of the region and the city and concentrated industries electrochemical industry, the company repairs and maintenance of agricultural machinery, agricultural products processing, food industry and construction sector, banks, stadiums, cinemas and theaters. Products are exported to industrial enterprises not only in CIS but also to Europe and Asia.

History:

Jalal-Abad State University was founded in 1993 and is a public institution designed to provide higher education in following fields: electronics; energy; construction; education; agro-industrial complex. Academy Staff: 244 teachers, including 3 doctors of sciences, 4 professors, 38 PhDs, are corresponding member of the National Academy of Sciences, 2, Corresponding Member of the academic adviser and two Academy of Engineering.

Structure:

Jalal-Abat State University (JASU) is the state higher educational institute and has great experience, traditions of preparing highly qualified specialists in the area of: philology education, natural studies, medicine, electronics, electric power production, andin the fields of industry, agriculture, information technology, industry, agriculture and others. Jalal-Abad State University (JASU) has 10 faculties such as:

Currently 13000 students study at JASU, more than 700 teachers work, incl. 15 doctors of science and professors, and 116 candidates of science and docents. Producing specialists with high education in the following 54 fields and with secondary professional education in 12 fields.

International Relations:

Like Jalalabad State University itself – long a leader in global education, with a multitude of international students and programs – faculty of Medicine reaches beyond Kyrgyz Republic borders to promote global diversity in our programs for medical graduates, students and aspiring health care professionals.

We welcome international applicants that come to us through established sponsor organizations seeking residency placements, fellowships or professional advancement via pathways that often start with research scholarships. We also offer them public health and professional advanced degrees, as well as basic sciences doctoral degree programs, research and training.

We are constantly expanding both the programs available to international applicants and our global reach.

Our mission at the Office of International Affairs is to help international candidates find the programs that fit their educational and medical career goals, make it as easy as possible for them to successfully complete the application and requirements process, and make every effort – given the considerable competition – to place them in an appropriate program.

We also are here, once they arrive, to provide the services and guidance to help make their education and stay in Jalalabad a rewarding one.

In addition, the Office of International Affairs provides a wealth of clinical enrichment, program analysis, lectures and other services to organizations abroad.

Fee Structure: Tuition Fees per year ( English Medium ) :

Accomodation :350 USD per year.

Vegetarian / Non-vegetarian food : 800 USD per year.

However in first year the Fee would be 4,000 US $

Which includes 1. University fees. Invitation charges. Visa registration over in Kyrgyzstan. Hostel fees. Medical insurance. Admission fees and one way ticket and recieving facility.

Second year onwards:
Tuition fee: 1,770 USD per year

Mountains and Rivers at Jalal-Abad

Faculty of Medicine

If you wish to study medicine in Kyrgyz Republic, the Faculty of Medicine of Jalalabat State University will be the best choice.

Faculty of Medicine – offers the most significant study block in medicine in Kyrgyz Republic. It is the legatee of the academic base and traditions of Jalalabat State University.

Title of degree: MD

Medium of instruction: English

Due to its competitive education and liberal costs of study JaSU Faculty of Medicine is becoming increasingly popular among international students. It offers a full professional education programme, so that upon the completion of studies, graduates can successfully continue their education in the selected speciality’s residency programme or medicine field’s Masters programme in Kyrgyz Republic or in another country of the world. Students have the opportunity to study under the guidance of knowledgeable professors from universities from Kyrgyz Republic and abroad, as well as to acquire up-to-date knowledge and skills, which are competitive in Eurasia and the world.

Come, study medicine at Jalalabat State University !

The Faculty of Medicine offers professional education, and the opportunity to study medicine under the guidance of knowledgeable professors from universities from Kyrgyz Republic and abroad. As a student of the “Medicine” programme, you will acquire up-to-date knowledge and skills, which are competitive in Eurasia and the rest of the world.

We also offer full-time studies in other programmes and disciplines. If you wish to study Medicine, dentistry, Engineering, Law in Central Eurasia, Jalalabat State University would be a great option. Here are the top 5 reasons:

1) Unforgettable Study Process

The entire clinical study process in Medicine is carried out on modern medical technologies, with the most up-to-date medical technologies. Additionally, the teaching staff tries to apply innovative teaching methods throughout the entire study process. As an international student at JaSU, you can also participate in the Exchange programmes, which allow you to spend one semester in another university, and who knows, maybe in your hometown.

2) Individual Approach

We guarantee studies in small groups, and lectures and practical classes taught in a collegial way by highly recognised professionals and specialists in their field, as all members of the academic staff have practiced and received qualifications in many reputed universities and clinics.

3) Excellent Teaching and Research

Thousands of students at JaSU study in departments that are accredited and recognised nationally and internationally for the quality of their teaching and research. However, we encourage not only the academic staff, but also students to participate in scientific work and projects. JaSU is ranked among the best universities in the Central Asia.

4) Your Future Career

Our graduates are employed in prestigeous institutions and organizations all over the world and the degree obtained at JaSU successfully allows them to compete in any country. Our graduates are encouraged to continue their studies in residency in various medical fields

5) Jalal’abad the city of Inspiration

Moreover, Jalalabat will inspire you, too. it is a city with an interesting history and old traditions, but it is also a city with an abundant and modern cultural life. You will be able to spend your spare time in the cultural environment that Jalalabat offers: attend concerts (modern and classical alike), the opera, dance and sports clubs, play badminton and tennis, go swimming or hiking. In short – enjoy a vibrant modern city life.

About Jalal’abad City:

Jalalabat ! City of Culture and Traditions

Jalalabad is the administrative, economic and cultural centre of Jalalabad oblast (province). It lies in the south of the Kugart valley, in the foothills of the Babash Ata mountains to the North.

The climate is noted for dry, hot summers, warm and sunny autumns with rare rain bursts and winters are warm with high humidity. The region is a centre for fruit and vegetable growing.

One of Kyrgyzstan’s main branches of the Silk Road passed through Jalalabad and the region has played host to travelers for thousands of years, although little archaeological remains are visible today – except in some of the more remote parts of the oblast – such as Saimalu Tash and the Chatkal valley.

These have included travelers, traders, tourists and pilgrims (to the various holy sights) and sick people visiting the curative spas such as in the Ayub Tau mountain, at the altitude of 700 m above sea level some three kilometers out of town. Jalalabad is famous for its spas. There is a legend that the water from the Hozret-Ayub-Paigambar spa cured lepers. According to the legend there was a grave, a mosque and the khan’s palace near the spa. The Jalalabad sanatoria, “Kurort”, is based on one of the spas on one of the hils overlooking the town – the waters are salty, but people from a wide area to collect bottles of it.

Near the entrance to the Kurort (the health resort) is a cafe with a fine view over the town – the “Ikram-Ajy” Panorama, at a height of 1000 meters , with a complex that consists of a “national crafts hall”, souvenir shop and an entertainment hall –from here you can appreciate how green the city is, as the trees rise above the low-rise building. The spas are also the source for several different brands of mineral water. Abad is often used in Asian place names to refer to the person who founded the community. It is said that Jalalabad was named after Djalal-ad-Din, who was renowned for setting up caravanserais to serve travelers – and especially the many pilgrims who came to the holy mountain.

In early 19 the century a small Kokand fortress was built, and a small village (kishlak) grew up around this. The local people were engaged in agriculture, trade and provided services to the pilgrims visiting the spas. Then, in the 1870’s, Russian migrants came to the region. They set up a garrison town and military hospital.

Jalalabad developed as a market town. Where cattle were bought and sold, and so became known as a place of interaction between agricultural and nomadic peoples. The town had medieval narrow curved streets and the houses were surrounded with high clay walls. Only mosques were decorated with colorful ornaments. In 1916 a railway was built from Andijan to Jalal-Abad.

When the Soviets established their power in the region, great importance was attached to the Jalalabad spas. Health resorts were built and both agriculture and the food industry developed rapidly. The city underwent a major period of reconstruction in the 1950’s. Nowadays Jalalabad is home to enterprises in the oil, construction, wood processing, electro-technical, light and food industries. There is a thriving market – and a local shop, which specializes in things like “walnut jam” – made from immature fruits (before the husks have formed) and honey.

As in all former Soviet towns the main street was called Lenin Street – and in Jalalabad it has retained it’s name, fountains and statue of Vladimir Illych. There is a historical and cultural museum.

Near the bazaar is a shop, which sells a local delicacy – walnut jam. The “fruits” are taken from the tree before the hard husk has formed and boiled. The fruit is whole and suspended in a sweet syrup, rather than a thich jam. They also sell things like walnuts in honey. In the bazaar it is possible to buy all sorts of fresh fruits and a wide variety of nuts.

History:

One of Kyrgyzstan’s main branches of the Silk Road passed through Jalalabat and the region has played host to travelers for thousands of years, although little archaeological remains are visible today – except in some of the more remote parts of the region – such as Saimalu Tash and the Chatkal valley. These have included travelers, traders, tourists and pilgrims (to the various holy sights) and sick people visiting the curative spas such as in the Ayub Tau mountain, at the altitude of 700 m above sea level some three kilometers out of town. There is a legend that the water from the Azreti-Ayup-Paygambar spa cured lepers. According to the legend there was a grave, a mosque and the khan’s palace near the spa.

Abad is often used in Asian cities names to refer to the person who founded the community. It is said that Jalalabat was named after Jalal ad Din, who was renowned for setting up Caravanserais to serve travelers and many pilgrims who came to the holy mountain. In early 19th century a small Kokand fortress was built, and a small Kishlak grew up around this. The local people were engaged in agriculture, trade and provided services to the pilgrims visiting the spas. Then, in the 1870s, Russian migrants came to the region. They set up a garrison town and military hospital.

Economy:

The train line runs from the Ferghana valley northeast about 30 km to Kokjangak. Biggest Companies: Kyrgyz-Canada JV “Kyrgyz Petroleum Company”, АО «Kelechek», АО «Nur». AOZT «KyrgyzChlopok», JV «Ak-Altyn» process cotton. There are the tobacco-curing companies «Tura-Ai» Ltd and «Aziz-Tabak» Ltd., that export 90% of their output to 17 countries. There are also mill houses АО «Azrat Ayib», AOZT PTK «Intershaq», «Mariam & Co» ltd, and the liquor manufacturer AOZT «Jalalabat Arak Zavodu»

FEE STRUCTURE:

Foreign students are admitted to Jalalabat State University on self finance basis.

Accomodation : 350 USD per year.

Vegetarian / Non-vegetarian food : 800 USD per year.

Tuition fee: First year Admission package : 4,000 USD

Second year onwards:Tuition fee: 1,770 USD per year

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