Omsk State Medical University is one of the oldest universities of Siberia; it was founded in 1920 as the Medical Division of Siberian Institute of Veterinary Medicine and Zoology which enrolled 186 students. In 1921, West Siberian State Medical Institute was created, its first rector was N.K. Ivanov-Emin. In 1924, it was renamed as Omsk State Medical Institute.
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In autumn 1931, the Maternity and Child Protection Faculty was established which later was reorganized into the Pediatric Faculty. The Sanitary and Hygienic Faculty was founded in 1938 (now it is the Preventive Medicine Faculty). In 1957, there was the admission for the Dentistry Faculty. The fifth faculty established was the Faculty of Pharmacy which started to enroll students in 2002. In 1994, the Institute was granted with the status of State Medical Academy. On the 5th of December 2011, Omsk Medical College was affiliated with Omsk State Medical Academy. In 2015, the Academy was assigned with the status of University. ...

The University today

Today the University is one of largest medical universities in Siberian Region and Russia as a whole. The University’s educational activity is confirmed by Quality Management System Certificate of Conformity to requirements of GOST R ISO 9001-2008 (ISO 9001:2008). According to results of official and independent expertise, OSMU is constantly ranked among 100 best universities of Russia.

The educational activity

As a result of many years' activity the University has trained more than 35 thousand doctors. Its graduates work in all regions of the country, as well as in CIS and non-CIS countries. The indisputable achievement of OSMU is its number of employer-sponsored students which is 45.4 % of the total number of state-funded students. Today the contracts on training of doctors are concluded with administrations and public health authorities of Omsk, Kurgan, Tomsk, Novosibirsk Regions, Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Altai Krai and other Regions. Every year more than 8.5 thousand doctors graduate from the University.
The University consists of Academic Affairs Department, Pre-University Training and Career Center, five Faculties, four College’s Departments, Center for Professional Advancement and Retraining of Specialists, Financial-Economic Department, Central Research Laboratory, Center for International Affairs and Information Technology, Department of Clinical Care and Practical Training, Maintenance Department and autonomous business units: Center for Laboratory Diagnostics, a clinic, Publishing and Printing Center.
The training of specialists is conducted in the following fields of study: “General Medicine”, “Pediatrics”, “Preventive Medicine”, “Dentistry”, “Pharmacy”, as well as in all programmes of pre-university and postgraduate education.
The educational process is conducted at 67 departments, where 122 professors and doctors of sciences, 343 PhD holders work.
Classes are given in six of their own buildings. In addition, to organize the educational process, the University uses 33 clinics of the leading medical institutions of the Сity and the Region, which are equipped with modern diagnostic and therapeutic facilities. The educational process is constantly modernized on the basis of modern information technologies.
The University has a rich library, numbering about 600,000 printed titles, as well as an electronic reading hall with access to Internet resources. Since 2002, the library is a member of ARLICON (Association of Regional Library and Information Consortium), which allows using the resources of the country's remote libraries, and since 2005, it has joined the "Russian Medicine" project under the leadership of the CRML (Central Research Medical Library), in which the medical libraries of Moscow, Perm, Kazan, Vladikavkaz, and others participate. All the literature is lended out through an electronic system.

Scientific activity

The scientific activity and training of specialists are a big and important part of the work. The Academic Council of the University, eight Task Groups, Department of Postgraduate and Doctoral Studies, Student Scientific Bureau, four Doctoral Thesis Boards and other scientific divisions of OSMU take part in the organization and coordination of scientific research. The priority research areas of the University are:

      • burning issues of Reproductive Health and Pediatric Pathology in the Regional aspect;
      • medical and social issues of Narcology within a large industrial center;
      • development and clinical testing of new methods and technical means in Surgery;
      • regional features of infectious pathology: monitoring, clinical analysis, epidemiological surveillance programmes, secondary immunodeficiencies;
      • social and hygienic aspects of health of the population of Omsk Region;
      • dental diseases of the population in Siberia and the Russian North;
      • extreme and terminal states: issues of pathogenesis, clinical findings, diagnosis and treatment;
      • Young employees of OSMU are permanent participants of the U.M.N.I.K. contest.

The Center for International Affairs and Information Technology of OSMU was established in 2001. The birth of the Center was due to the won grant from the Russian Foundation for Fundamental Research. The toolkit of the network programme was created for these funds - the shell of the telemedicine system, its hardware and software structure, the fiber-optic line was installed, and connection to the national educational network was made. OSMU got access to the Internet. The local network was created, uniting 35 computers of the University and located near the Omsk Specialized Trauma and Orthopedic Hospital. To develop information technologies there were 1.5 million rubles spent. OSMU had new opportunities to organize the educational process online and to conduct scientific research, which made OSMU a pioneer and leader of the Region in a new promising direction - telemedicine. The website, created in OSMU, took the eighth place in Russia and the first one among medical universities behind the Urals in design and traffic in 2001.

In 2002, the University obtained a federal license for the provision of services to the united information network of computer communication. The Regional departmental programme for the computerization of treatment and preventive institutions was designed for the period until 2010. There was an opportunity to provide additional educational programmes online through remote access system.
The Center consisted of two Departments – Information Technology and International Affairs. It was supervised by the administrative group including a Vice-Rector and Heads of Departments. V.A. Akulinin, MD, PhD, was the Vice-Rector of the Center for International Affairs and Information Technology.

1.International Affairs Department

The Department was headed by Professor V.K. Kosenok, MD, PhD. The Department carried out the initiation and coordination of international cooperation projects, contacts with international organizations and universities, passports and visas control, student professional exchange within the International Federation of Medical Students' Associations.

2. Information Technology Department

The first head of the Department was Professor V.L. Stasenko, MD, PhD. The Department defined the directions of work in the field of information technologies, created and supported the Academy's website http://omsk-osma.ru/en, organized and conducted e-learning, took part in creation and was a part of the Regional telemedicine system in Omsk Region. N.B. Vdolazsky headed the Department after the resignation of V.L. Stasenko and remained the Head of the Department until 2014.
2002. Collaboration with Strasbourg began thanks to the initiative of Gilbert Massard, a world-renowned thoracic surgeon, Professor of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Strasbourg, who has been an Honorary Professor at OSMU for many years.
Everything started with the joint activities of Professors V.K. Kosenok and G. Massard, then projects and fruitful cooperation appeared. With the active participation of French and Russian Professors Gilbert Massard and V.K. Kosenok, the first bilateral Cooperation Agreement was signed in 2003 between OSMU and the Faculty of Medicine at Louis Pasteur University of Strasbourg for a period of five years, which was twice extended in 2007 and 2013 and is valid until now.

Due to friendship, a successful partnership of Omsk and Strasbourg scientists in the field of Respiratory Surgery has grown. Thanks to the desire of the French colleagues to expand their presence in Russia, and on the part of Omsk people - to introduce European medical developments into everyday medical practice in our clinics, Omsk Medical University became one of the parties of the large-scale TEMPUS JEP-26029 - 2005 project "Modernization of Training Courses for Oncology Service in Omsk Region".
The international consortium was established to implement the project programme. On the Russian part, it included Omsk State Medical University, Clinical Oncology Dispensary of Omsk and Omsk Region and the Ministry of Public Health of Omsk Region. The Altai Division of N.N. Blokhin Russian Cancer Research Center is a consultant partner in the field of introducing innovative technologies to academic and practical activities. The partners of Europe are the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Strasbourg and the University of Luxembourg.
One of the strategic directions of the development of the higher medical education, defined by the logic of the Bologna process, is the stimulation of academic mobility, the introduction of a credit system and a quality management system with the prospect of international accreditation. Therefore, the first two years of work on the project were characterized by high mobility. In general, during the project, fifty-five trips from the Russian Federation to Strasbourg and Luxembourg and forty-four trips of staff from European participant universities to Omsk have been made. A number of coordination meetings of the project participants took place in Russia and France.

The French colleagues got acquainted with the practice of training of doctors for Oncology Service in Omsk Region, delivered lectures on the burning issues of modern Oncology, and conducted a number of surgeon’s show cases using innovative techniques.
The main result of the project was the creation of steering documents and training packages that meet international standards for oncologists who are studying at the Oncology Department of OSMU in the framework of postgraduate education. The work was carried out in the main areas of medical assistance types and terminated by the publication of training aids that were reviewed internally and externally and were recommended to use in medical and pharmaceutical universities of the country as training aids for higher medical education.
The availability of the latest knowledge in the field of Oncology was the fundamental moment and the most important academic goal of international cooperation. In addition, due to close interaction with practical Public Health, the dissemination and rational use of the received information among the target audience was ensured.
Within the framework of the current Agreement, the cooperation between the Oncology Department of OSMU and the Thoracic Surgery Department of the University of Strasbourg continues, research and application conferences, round tables, master classes are held.
In April 2008, the bilateral Agreement between OSMU and Francophone Virtual Medical University (France) was signed, within the framework of which the agreement on transferring access to the mirror server of training programmes for all available medical professions for OSMU students and employees was reached.
2009 - the Agreement was signed with the University of Luxembourg. The Agreement provides for the development of joint scientific research in Psychology, Physiology and Psychological Rehabilitation of oncology patients. According to the Agreement, young scientists and professors of Omsk State Medical University will have the opportunity to conduct research on animal models and collect the necessary material in addition to their clinical research in laboratories. The contract is extended and valid until 2019.
One of the significant events of 2009 was funding for implementation of the TEMPUS–IV project, which aim was to create the life-long training system for lecturers of medical universities.
The project’s participants were the University of Strasbourg (France), University of Luxembourg, Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany), University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy), Francophone Virtual Medical University (France), Ministry of Public Health of the Russian Federation, Sechenov Moscow State Medical University, Omsk State Medical University, Northern State Medical University, Irkutsk State Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Vladivostok State Medical University, Volgograd State Medical University.
The tasks of the project were: development of qualification requirements for lecturers of medical universities; modernization of training programmes for lecturers of medical universities; improvement of certification mechanisms of pedagogical staff and implementation of modern tools to control the quality of medical education, as well as the creation of an interactive portal "Medical Education".
During the project’s implementation period, there were several coordination councils, seminars, master classes and working meetings. During the project, 12 analytical materials and teaching aids were published with the stamp of the Educational and Methodological Association for Medical and Pharmaceutical Education of Russian Universities.

It was not easy to organize joint and coordinated work of all universities. For employees of the OSMU International Affairs Department, coordinating the work of the project, it was a very difficult and dynamic period. The work was non-stop without days off.
International student academic mobility has been in effect in OSMU since 1997, when the University became a full member of IFMSA (International Federation of Medical Students' Associations), where Russia is represented by the National Union of Medical Students. Maxim Mokin, a student of OSMU, became a pioneer in the field of student international cooperation.
In 2007, the National Union of Medical Students joined the International Association of Dental Students (IADS), which allowed Russian dental students, including students of Dentistry Faculty of OSMU, to take part in international exchanges.
Since 2007, active work has begun with the programmes of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), which is already a rather difficult task, as, firstly, there are few scholarships for participation in such programmes for medical students (much less than for students of linguistic or technical specialties). Secondly, as a rule, medical universities in the European part of Russia have priorities. OSMU for the first time won the scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for a study tour to Germany of a group consisting of 14 OSMU students (from the second to the fifth year) for 2 weeks, which was held from the 27th of January to the 7th of February. The programme of stay in Germany was extremely rich and included visits to higher educational institutions and major leading clinics: the Charité Clinic, Emergency Hospital and Clinic for Oncohematology in Berlin; Clinic of the Faculty of Medicine at the Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, and the Clinic of the Faculty of Medicine at the Dresden Technical University. And in April 2013, the second application successfully passed the competitive selection with subsequent financing and from the 14th to the 26th of July 2013, 15 students of OSMU got acquainted with university clinics in Bonn, Dusseldorf and Bochum.
In August 2014, for the first time students of the General Medicine Faculty of OSMU were trained at the Academy of Foreign Languages (Malta, Nice).

It has already become a tradition for three years of 2014-2016 to host two leading European linguists in the autumn: Sabina ERHART, Professor of the University of Luxembourg, and Alan Davis, a lecturer at the Foreign Languages Center of Ruhr University of Bochum, Germany.
Sabina ERHART annually prepares series of lectures for OSMU students on the interaction of languages in the European area, the importance of cross-cultural professional communication for medical specialists, emphasizing the idea of continuity and connection between languages and cultures, as well as methodological seminars for lecturers of Foreign Languages Department of OSMU and linguists of Omsk Universities. And Alan Davis, specializing in professional medical English, conducts an intensive course for OSMU students.

The beginning of 2017 was marked by a new cooperation agreement between OSMU and Riga Medical University named after Paul Stradyn, as well as a new area of cooperation with the University of Luxembourg in the study of Parkinson's disease (Department of Neurology for Advanced Professional Training, headed by Prof. A.S. Rozhdestvensky, and the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine, headed by Prof. Rudy Balling).

Cooperation with foreign partners continues to gather its pace. There are still many plans and ideas to be pursued.

Educational programme on General Medicine

      • Field of study: General Medicine
      • Specialty code: 31.05.01
      • Qualification: General Practitioner
      • Duration: 6 years
      • Mode of study: full-time
      • Language: Russian

The educational programme in General Medicine represents a complex system of documents that is developed in compliance with the requirements of the labour market based on the Federal State Educational Standard followed by the qualification General Practitioner awarded.
A general practitioner (family doctor) provides primary medical assistance to the population. The main tasks of a general practitioner are prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the most common diseases, emergency and emergency medical care, fulfillment of medical manipulations.
A general practitioner is allowed to work both in the medical institution and in private practice. GP can manage junior medical staff, provide services under medical insurance contracts, conclude additional ones to the main contract and conduct an expertise of the quality of medical services. A general practitioner is responsible for taking independent decisions in accordance with the Russian legislation.
Awarding the qualification General Practitioner is given an opportunity to continue his or her study in advanced higher education programmes, such as residency programmes (Order N 700н of 7 October 2015 of the Ministry of Public Health of the Russian Federation. “On nomenclature of specialties with higher medical and pharmaceutical education”, Order N 707н of 8 October 2015 of the Ministry of Public Health of the Russian Federation “On the approval of qualification requirements to medical and pharmaceutical specialists with higher education in the field of “Public Health and Medical Sciences”).

Facilities of Omsk State Medical University:

In the University buildings:

      • laboratories for Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biological Chemistry, Biology, Physiology, Microbiology, Virology, Pharmacology, Pathological Anatomy, and Pathophysiology;
      • an anatomical theatre;
      • an anatomical museum;
      • a mortuary;
      • well-equipped classrooms.

In hospitals:

      • offices equipped for admission and demonstration of patients;
      • doctor’s offices equipped with necessary facilities to provide medical care to patients with different pathologies.

Pediatrics

      • Field of study: Pediatrics
      • Specialty code: 31.05.02
      • Qualification: Pediatrician
      • Duration: 6 years
      • Mode of study: full-time
      • Language: Russian

The educational programme of higher education in Pediatrics is a complex system of documents that is developed in compliance with requirements of the labour market based on the Federal State Educational Standard followed by the qualification Pediatrician awarded.
Pediatricians deal with prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases in children from birth to full age. A pediatrician takes part in medical rehabilitation and sanatorium-resort therapy of children.
Pediatricians have a possibility to build their career working as allergologists-immunologists, anesthesiologists-reanimatologists, gastroenterologists, hematologists, geneticists, obstetricians-gynecologists, dermatovenerologists, pediatric surgeons, surgeons, pediatric endocrinologists, endocrinologists, infectiologists, pediatric cardiologists, cardiologists, neurologists, nepiologists, nephrologists, pediatric oncologists, oncologists and many other specialties.
A pediatrician can manage other people, become a chief of a department or a separate subdivision in a medical institution. A professional with many years’ experience and medical achievements can start his or her own business (e.g. open a private clinic).
Our main goal is to be attentive and kind, to love children and be able to render quality medical care even in the most difficult situation.
The training of pediatricians is provided by doctors and candidates of sciences and specialists with necessary education. Part-time lecturers of clinical departments are working medical staff or heads of leading specialized medical institutions of Omsk.
In whole, students study medicine, its different aspects in 54 departments during six years.
In the University buildings there are specially equipped laboratories for Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biological Chemistry, Biology, Physiology, Microbiology, Virology, Pharmacology, Pathological Anatomy, and Pathophysiology. Students study in anatomical theatres and anatomical museums. There are well-equipped classrooms as well.
The training is provided not only by pediatric departments but also by departments on diagnosis, treatment and prevention of some adult diseases. In this regard in hospitals there are offices equipped for admission and demonstration of patients, doctor’s offices equipped with necessary facilities to provide medical care to patients with different pathologies.
Except for classroom training, students are to undertake educational and work experience internships. According to the curriculum, students undertake the internship as an assistant to: after the first year – junior medical staff, after the second year – a ward and procedural nurse, after the third year – an emergency medical technician, after the fourth year – a hospital-based physician, after the fifth year – a doctor of a pediatric clinic.

Dentistry

General Information

      • Field of study: Dentistry
      • Specialty code: 31.05.03
      • Qualification: Dentist
      • Duration: 5 years
      • Mode of study: full-time
      • Language: Russian

The educational programme of higher education in Dentistry is a complex system of documents that is developed in compliance with the requirements of the labour market based on the Federal State Educational Standard followed by the qualification Dentist awarded.
A dentist provides primary medical assistance to the population. The main tasks of a dentist are prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the most common dental diseases, rehabilitation of patients with dental diseases, emergency medical care, and fulfillment of medical manipulations.
A dentist is allowed to work both in the medical (dental) clinics and in private practice. He or she can manage junior medical staff, provide services under the medical insurance contracts, conclude additional ones to the main contract and conduct an expertise of the quality of medical services. A dentist is responsible for taking independent decisions in accordance with the Russian legislation.
Awarding the qualification Dentist is given an opportunity to continue his or her study in advanced higher education programmes, such as residency programmes (Order N 700н of 7 October 2015 of the Ministry of Public Health of the Russian Federation. “On nomenclature of specialties with higher medical and pharmaceutical education”, Order N 707н of 8 October 2015 of the Ministry of Public Health of the Russian Federation “On the approval of qualification requirements to medical and pharmaceutical specialists with higher education in the field of “Public Health and Medical Sciences”).
The fulfillment of the educational programme in the field of Dentistry is provided by academic and teaching staff (lecturers, assistants, senior lecturers, associate professor, and professors). Part-time lecturers of clinical departments are working medical staff or heads of leading specialized medical institutions of Omsk.

Facilities of Omsk State Medical University:

In the University buildings:

      • laboratories for Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biological Chemistry, Biology, Physiology, Microbiology, Virology, Pharmacology, Pathological Anatomy, and Pathophysiology;
      • an anatomical theatre;
      • an anatomical museum;
      • a mortuary;
      • well-equipped classrooms.

In hospitals:

      • classrooms for lectures and practical classes;
      • offices equipped for admission and demonstration of patients;
      • dental offices equipped with dental facilities to provide dental care to patients with different pathologies.

Preventive Medicine

      • Field of study: Preventive Medicine
      • Specialty code: 32.05.01
      • Qualification: Hygienist-Epidemiologist
      • Duration: 6 years
      • Mode of study: full-time
      • Language: Russian

The educational programme in Preventive Medicine represents a complex system of documents that is developed in compliance with the requirements of the labour market based on the Federal State Educational Standard followed by the qualification Hygienist-Epidemiologist awarded.
A graduate of this faculty can be employed by the Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing (Rospotrebnadzor), medical institutions of the Ministry of Public Health of the Russian Federation, insitutions of the Federal Biomedical Agency, the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation and others.
Epidemiologists, parasitologists, bacteriologists, virologists deal with prevention of infectious and parasitic diseases.
Specialists in the occupational hygiene, hygiene for children and adolescents evaluate the impact of working and studying on the health of economically active population, children and adolescents.
Specialists in the communal hygiene take control of atmospheric air, waters, soil, residential and recreational conditions. To protect the population from radiation pollution is extremely important, and radiation safety specialists work towards this goal.
Lectures are given using presentations (slides, pictures, illustrations, diagrams, charts), video materials or demonstration of a thematic patient. Lectures via videoconferencing give an opportunity to exchange questions and answers online accompanied by illustrating video materials.
Students can use services of the rich OSMU library that has an electronic reading hall and access to worldwide network (Internet), gyms, recreation camp Smena, a pool Olympic and a health unit. In their spare time students can take part in creative groups of the University – a cameo theatre Agar, a team of humor, a choir, a sport dance ensemble Inspiration and others.

Pharmacy

      • Field of study: Pharmacy
      • Specialty code: 33.05.01
      • Qualification: Pharmacist
      • Duration: 5 years
      • Mode of study: full-time
      • Language: Russian

The educational programme of higher education in Pharmacy is a complex system of documents that is developed in compliance with requirements of the labour market based on the Federal State Educational Standard followed by the qualification Pharmacist awarded.
A pharmacist works in the field of applied Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science that deals with the development and application of technologies to preserve and improve the whole system of drug circulation and other pharmaceutical products.
The tasks of a pharmacist are drugs distribution, including development, research, production, manufacturing, packaging, transportation, quality control, advertising and destruction of expired drugs and other pharmaceutical products.
Awarding the qualification Pharmacist is given an opportunity to continue his or her study in advanced higher education programmes, such as residency programmes (Order N 700н of 7 October 2015 of the Ministry of Public Health of the Russian Federation. “On nomenclature of specialties with higher medical and pharmaceutical education”, Order N 707н of 8 October 2015 of the Ministry of Public Health of the Russian Federation “On the approval of qualification requirements to medical and pharmaceutical specialists with higher education in the field of “Public Health and Medical Sciences”).
The fulfillment of the educational programme in the field of Pharmacy is provided by academic and teaching staff (lecturers, assistants, senior lecturers, associate professors, and professors).

Facilities of Omsk State Medical University:

In the University buildings:

      • laboratories for Botany, Pharmacognosy, Biology, Physiology, Pathology, Pharmacology, General and Inorganic Chemistry, Physical and Colloidal Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pharmaceutical and Industrial Engineering, Pharmaceutical and Toxicology Test, Management and Organization of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical and Medical Merchandising;
      • well-equipped classrooms.

Departments

Departments

      • Biochemistry
      • Biology
      • Chemistry
      • Dental Orthopedics
      • Dermatology, Venereology and Cosmetology
      • Epidemiology
      • Foreign Languages
      • Forensic Medicine, Legal Studies
      • General Hygiene
      • General Surgery
      • Health and Safety, Disaster Medicine
      • Histology, Cytology and Embryology
      • Hospital Pediatrics
      • Hospital Surgery
      • Hospital Therapy, Endocrinology
      • Human Anatomy
      • Hygiene, Human Nutrition
      • Intermediate Level Surgery, Urology
      • Intermediate Level Therapy including Occupational Diseases Course
      • Maxillofacial Surgery
      • Microbiology, Virology and Immunology
      • Neurology and Neurosurgery
      • Normal Physiology
      • Obstetrics & Gynecology №2
      • Obstetrics and Gynecology №1
      • Occupational Hygiene, Occupational Pathologies
      • Ophthalmology
      • Orthodontia
      • Otorhinolaryngology
      • Outpatient Therapy and Internal Diseases
      • Pathological Anatomy
      • Pathophysiology, Clinical Pathophysiology
      • Pediatric Dentistry
      • Pediatric Infectious Diseases
      • Pediatric Surgery
      • Pediatrics
      • Pharmaceutical, Analytical and Toxicological Chemistry
      • Pharmacology, Clinical Pharmacology
      • Pharmacy
      • Phthisiology, Infectious Diseases
      • Physical Culture
      • Physics, Mathematics, Medical Informatics
      • Propaedeutics of Internal Diseases
      • Psychiatry, Medical Psychology
      • Public Health
      • Radiodiagnostics
      • Therapeutic Dentistry
      • Topographic Anatomy and Operative Surgery
      • Traumatology and Orthopedics

ACCOMMODATION

Student life in our dormitories reminds the one like in someone's big home: student activists and resident students keep dormitories in good order and make them cozy, organize special events, competitions and exhibitions.
The three dormitories house 1,344 students who are studying at the University. Rooms can accomodate 2 or 3 students. Each dormitory is equipped with kitchens, bathrooms, rooms for self-preparation and sports activities, as well as shower units. In each room there are beds, bedside tables, chairs, a wardrobe, two tables and a kitchen cupboard. All resident students are provided with bedclothes. All dormitories have access to the Internet.

Students’ life

This life allows all students to bring their talents to light. Its cameo theatre Agar and dance ensemble Inspiration are quite famous. There are a lot of sports clubs for those who like doing sports. The University has its own sports and recreation facilities in the suburban recreation area. The most important achievement is the victory in the open public competition The Healthy Lifestyle University, held under the auspices of the InterRegional Public Organization Council of Rectors of Medical and Pharmaceutical Universities in Russia with the support of the United Russia political party, the Ministry of Public Health and Social Development of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation in 2012 and 2015

Extra-curricular activities in OSMU are carried out by the Department of Extra-Curricular and Social Activities.

Among the main areas of activities there are:

    1. Volunteering and Charity.
      OSMU Voluntary Union was found to help and support elderly people, retirees, veterans, orphans and abandoned children. OSMU volunteers develop and implement projects that are intended to promote healthy lifestyle.
          • Mass-Cultural Area.
          • Within the activity of the mass-cultural area there are major creative events which are held annually, such as “Student Initiation Ceremony”, “Student Spring Festival”, “Mister and Miss of OSMU”.
          • There are five creative teams in OSMU:

      1. Vocal studio Vox;
      2. Dance ensemble Fantasy;
      3. Dance ensemble Inspiration;
      4. OSMU hip-hop team;
      5. Team of humor Agar.
      6. OSMU creative groups place high in regional, national and international competitions.
    2. Healthy Lifestyle.
    3. There are 22 specialized sports clubs in OSMU. Facilities include two big gyms, five fitness centers and the Olympic sports complex with a pool. Sports teams take an active part in regional and national sporting events.
    Every year OSMU participates in The Healthy Lifestyle University competition.

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