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I instead am at the fifth year of International MD Program at San Raffaele (milan) and I suggest you consider our school too! My experience was amazing, really personalized and of top quality.. IMDP is inside the San Raffaele Hospital which is the top research hospital in Italy (scores given by independent judges)
http://www.medicine.unisr.it/view.asp?id=11 here you find the contacts if u want to know more
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Thanks for the superquick reply. For a non Italian speaking person, how easy is it to do an Internship in Italy ? Also, are the intern posts competitive ( i.e is the application process centralized and posts given on a first come plus academic achievement during med course , as in Ireland ) or is the intern post given as a default i.e it is part of the degree programme and everyone has to compulsorily do it unless they specifically opt out to do an internship elsewhere. Thx.
If you don't speak Italian, you cannot pass the exam, and thus cannot get a residency. If you do an English med school in Italy, however, you are required to learn Italian at at least a B2 level by year 2 (and most graduates are C2).
Hey there! I was looking at my options of studying medicine in the EU and University of Milan stood out to me as well! I am aware that you have to do the IMAT exam, I know that the date for this year's exam is 14th September, but my question is, for 2016 entry into med school, would I be taking this IMAT test or should I have taken the one in September 2015? Thanks again
Hi thei11usionist, that's not true. That was a false press report followed by a mistranslation. The university rector says officially that there will "probably" be admissions this year, and very soon the university will have a final confirmation.