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About KMU 


    Kerman University of Medical Sciences also called Kerman Medical University (KMU) owes its developing to Islamic Revolution and authorities’ attention to deprived areas. With the effort of managers, personnel and the precious help of the great benefactor Dr. Afzalipour who played a very important role in establishing and developing the University, KMU was placed among type I Universities in the country as well as eight other universities which had been already established before the Islamic Revolution. Seven vice – chancellors including Vice – Chancellor in Administration and Resources Development Affairs, Education, Health, Food and Drugs, Students and Cultural Affairs, Research and Treatment are working under the supervision of the Chancellor of the University. 



    Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Public Health, Nursing and Midwifery, Paramedics, Management and Medical Information, Jiroft, Bam and Zarand Nursing Schools with more than 460 faculty members and 6300 Students as well as the research centers are associated to Kerman University of Medical Sciences. 



    In addition to educational activities, the affairs related to health and treatment in the cities of Kerman, Sirjan, Jiroft, Bam, Zarand, Baft, Shahrbabak, Ravar, Manoujan, Anbarabad and Kouhbanan are also offered under the supervision of KMU.


KMU Mission 

    As a knowledge resource to the public, 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. It would pursue a broad agenda of research and creative activities in order to give the gifted or talented individuals a chance to flourish.


KMU 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.


KMU Industrial Relations

    Office of Industrial Relations was established in 1393 under Vice-Chancellor of Research and Technology. The office aims to facilitate the relation between the experts and faculty members of the university with industries and organizations to promote the cooperation between KMU and industries and to benefit from the specialists’ scientific potentials to develop science and technology. The main tasks of the office are divided in three categories:

1.      Consultation

2.      Education Development

3.      Research and Development activities

    In order to accelerate the relation between KMU and industries, one representative has been selected from each faculty. The university strategic plan was also set to facilitate such activities.


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