Improved Study Conditions for Future Doctors in Moldova with Support from the World Bank

The State University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Nicolae Testemițanu” in the Republic of Moldova has been awarded two grants totaling over four million euros. The funds were provided in two rounds of calls under the project “Higher Education in Moldova,” implemented by the Ministry of Education and Research in Chisinau and funded by the World Bank.

The institution will use the funds to acquire advanced technologies for several laboratories, including molecular medicine and pharmaceutical nanotechnology. The curriculum will be adapted to certain study programs, and new study programs will be developed to meet the demands of the labor market.

As a result, future doctors in the Republic of Moldova will benefit from state-of-the-art laboratories and technologies, platforms connected to artificial intelligence, and modern undergraduate and master’s study programs.


These prospects were announced during the launch event of the two-million-euro subproject won by the State University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Nicolae Testemițanu” in Chisinau, within the second round of calls for the “Higher Education in Moldova” project.

Simultaneously, the second subproject of the State University of Medicine and Pharmacy focuses on the pharmaceutical field. The institution will establish two modern laboratories—one for biotechnology and another for pharmaceutical nanotechnology and drug design. Additionally, study and research rooms will be equipped with specialized educational systems, facilitating the learning process for the rational development and use of medications.

It is noteworthy that the “Higher Education in Moldova” project allocates a total of over 24 million euros for the modernization of six universities and six pedagogical colleges in the Republic of Moldova.

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