About the School
The goal of the school is to give students the knowledge oriented to humanist ideals adequate to the international medical standards; developing clinical skills; use of scientific principles, methods and knowledge of biomedicine in medical practice and research; acquisition of theories, concepts and methods of disease diagnostics and basic principles of treatment and prophylaxis; development of clinical thinking; realising the nessesity of perpetually renewed knowledge and incessant professional development; developing ethical and legal values important for a doctor. A graduate has the right to be employed as a junior doctor by independent person licensed to practice medicine, join pedagogic and scientific work, study further for doctorate degree or pass the full residency course and, after passing the unified state exam, work in their field, so that, according to the medical standards and traditions and ethical norms recognised in the country, they can serve with dignity the public health.

- Single level educational program - medicinal
- Single level educational program- dentistry
- Clinical residency
- Doctorate - medicine

The School is distinguished by highly qualified academic staff and best quality of scientific, learning-clinical bases, where the students acquire medical education alongside reknowned specialists, with the use of modern medicinal-diagnostic techniques and technology. DAUG works closely with leading European universities and scientific research facilities of Canada. Joint scientific journal is published - 'INNOVATIVE MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY'.