Belarusian State Medical University is a leading higher medical education provider in the Republic of Belarus. In its present form it was established in 1930 under the title of Minsk State Medical Institute, though the academic heritage can be traced back to 1921, when a Medical Faculty was created as a part of Belarusian State University. On the 28th of June, 2001 Minsk State Medical Institute was renamed to the leading state higher educational establishment “Belarusian State Medical University”. In accordance with order of the Health Ministry of the Republic of Belarus №147 of June 1, 2004 and on the basis of the resolution of the Minsk City Executive Committee №1325 of June 30, 2004 the university was renamed to educational establishment “Belarusian State Medical University”.
- 7400 employees carry out their duties and 2500 of them occupy full-time teaching positions within university’s major faculties and institutes
- 618 research workers involved in caring out academic research
- Consists of nearly 29,000 undergraduate and graduate students
- Annual enrollment exceeds 5000 students
- Training is provided through 142 specialties of different branches of science
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Minsk isn’t the most advanced, wealthy or famous city but it’s safer than Warsaw, cheaper than Kiev, less crowded than Moscow and cleaner than most European capitals. Moreover it has its own spirit and interesting history.
Almost completely rebuilt after destructive WWII, nowadays it has wide streets, large parks, beautiful architecture nice bars and restaurants. Minsk offers almost everything you need from a modern city, whether you came on business or enjoy weekend.
The city of Minsk is located in the middle of Belarus and is the Capital of the Republic of Belarus. For the first time Minsk was mentioned in 1067 (referred to as Mensk, Menesk in chronicles).