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About KMU 



Kerman Medical University (KMU) was founded in 1978 with 50 students who were admitted to study medicine. In 1981, faculty of nursing was established and later in 1984 the first group of oral and dental hygiene students were admitted followed by establishment of the faculty of health. Currently, Kerman University of Medical Sciences is ranked as one of the top ten medical universities in Iran. KMU intends to be an overarching, transformative, innovative and accountable academic body trusted by students, academics, and industries and the private sector. KMU aims to be recognized as a collaborative environment, open to the free exchange of ideas and opinions, pursuing a broad agenda of research and creative activities in order to give the gifted or talented individuals a chance to flourish.



Main Objectives

Nurturing talents through instruction and scientific research, and promotion of medical and paramedical sciences aiming at the provision of the country’s required man power in the pertinent areas; creating research facilities in an attempt to identify unexplored potential fields to increase scientific capability in the issues of health and medicine; developing and improving medical facilities across the province and the society, through medical organizations and institutes and the affiliated health centers.



Directorate of International Relations

The development of international relations of medical universities, as one of the most important programs of the Ministry of Health and Medical Education, has attracted attentions and the post-sanction atmosphere has opened a proper window to improve international relations to promote accountability and health needs.

In this regard, the Directorate of International Relations of KMU was established in 1394 with the aim of increasing the international relations and meeting the international needs of the University by exploring possible ways to deepen academic cooperation with different countries such as Cyprus, Syria, U.S.A, England and France. It has paved the way for implementing the MOUs and developing international cooperation and has already stepped forward to take more efficient actions to achieve goals regarding enhancing academic ties between KMU and other universities. While concentrating on the UK, Ireland, Greece, Cyprus and Pakistan, we are looking out for academic partners worldwide to expand our scientific cooperation and exchange medical information in education and research.





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