The new 2020-2021 academic year at the Medical School of AKFA University begins on 7 September 2020.
On the eve of the new academic year, the administration of AKFA University held a meeting with freshmen students.
The meeting was attended by the general director of AKFA Medline Kamola Mirzalieva, the rector of AKFA University Bekhzod Djalilov and the dean of the Medical School Gyo Jun.
Kamola Mirzalieva congratulated the students on their admission to the Medical School of AKFA University. Addressing the students, she noted that students today must determine the future direction of their work.
The head of AKFA Medline stressed that students should be serious about their studies and be motivated. In her opinion, motivated people can overcome all obstacles.
Dean of the Medical School Gyo Jun, in his turn, spoke about the education process at the university. He said that medical students must have appropriate knowledge and skills, as well as warm-heartedness. Doctors will communicate with people with various diseases, and they must be able to work with them and find an approach to them, the dean added.
Rector of AKFA University Bekhzod Djalilov answered questions from students and participants of the meeting about education process at the university.
In particular, it was noted that the 2020-2021 academic year at Medical School will begin on 7 September 2020. The studies will take place in online and a traditional method at the request of the students.
At the end of the meeting, the management of AKFA Medline and AKFA University presented modern Samsung tablets to all freshmen students.
It should be noted that in the “Year of Science, Education and Digital Economy Development”, AKFA University launched a new project to help our students.
The main goal of this project is to create convenience for students in the educational process. Students will now be able to take notes on lessons and send homework to teachers through the platform using their tablets. This will allow the university to further reduce use of paper and reduce environmental damage.