Asian Medical Institute, Kyrgyzstan

Established in 2004, Asian Medical Institute (ASMI) is a private medical institution named after Tentishev Satkynbai. Offering a 6-year MBBS program taught in English, ASMI boasts a diverse student body of over 4,000 individuals hailing from more than 15 countries. The program is meticulously designed to equip students for a medical career in Kyrgyzstan, emphasizing high competitiveness to meet the demands of both national and international markets.

The university's name has undergone several changes over the years:
– 1994: Founded as Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University, Medical Institute
– 2004: Renamed as Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University, Medical Faculty
– 2019: Renamed as S. Tentishev Asian Medical Institute Kant