The Kabul Medical University has affiliated with the following Universities:
1. Lyon University of France
2. Nebraska University of America
3. Loma Linda University of America
4. Tokyo University of Japan
5. Afghan-German Association (WIEMER) and Afghan-KEIHAN Association
6. LEIDEN UNIVERSITY
It is mentionable that, the collaboration of University of Tokyo Japan in the field of Medical Education and JICA Institute has been extremely effective in signing the protocol of cooperation. But unfortunately, their programs have been ended in 2010.
KMU has demanded partnerships from Japan to reopen the new cooperation.
France, University of Lyon 1 & Lyon civil hospitals under the memorandum of understanding (MOU) will help the KMU in the aspects of academic members and staff affairs.
Leiden University and KEIHAN-HOLLAND Association will sign an agreement to initiate students exchange program.
Strengthening Program for the promotion of Capacity Building of Management, academic cadres and administrative staff, teaching hospitals’ staff will be donated to KMU in the nearest future.
It is also remarkable that, the academic donation of the mentioned University has actually begun a year ago for Anatomy Department.
But the cooperation of Nebraska & Lomalinda Universities has been very slow for the past five years. The discussions are ongoing to resume the collaborations with KMU again.
Erasmus plus Program
The Erasmus Program (European Region Action Scheme for the Mobility of University’s Students) is a European Union (EU) student exchange program established in 1987. The Erasmus Mundus program is the parallel program that is oriented towards globalizing European education. Whereas the Erasmus Program is open to Europeans, Erasmus Mundus is open to non-Europeans with Europeans being exceptional cases. Erasmus+, or Erasmus Plus, is the new program combining all the EU's current schemes for education, training, youth and sport, which was started in January 2014.
The main aim of this program is to modernize education and improve opportunities of education for young people. One of the most important actions of this program is to provide international exchange of students and staffs between European countries and other partner countries.
Before mobility (a period of time that the participants spend in a European country) taken place the inter-institutional agreement should be signed and the sending and receiving institutions and the participants must agree on activities that the participants will undertake. There will be learning agreement sets out the study program and a participant’s grant agreement that sets out the financial support.
The sending institution is responsible for selecting the participants and the detail of obligations is mentioned in inter- institutional agreement.
For more detailed the following links are helpful.
Call for Application
According to Erasmus plus program, KMU signed an agreement with Santiago University. In this agreement there is two programs one staff mobility and other is student mobility the details are within the agreement (the pdf is attached). The academic staff who are interested to participate staff mobility of this program can read the attached PDF documents and write down their CV, send email to the coordinators that is within the attachments and complete their application form that is attached . Beside these there is staff week that is from 24 -28 April for participating this week the mentioned documents is necessary and the detailed of this week is attached below: it should be mentioned that the deadline for completing CV, Application and contacting with coordinators is Mid-January. It is preferred that before contacting with coordinators the document of agreement should be considered in order to know the areas that is within the agreement.
The following are the agreement, application form, contact of coordinators, staff week, poster, and information regard to B2 level English.