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so, i was thinking of applying to study medicine at universita federico 11 but the application process really confuses me.. i cant seem to find any entry requirements and i dont know what language the course is in... I dont speak italian. So could anyone who has studied/is studying medicine in Italy help me?
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(Original post by danielleb437)
so, i was thinking of applying to study medicine at universita federico 11 but the application process really confuses me.. i cant seem to find any entry requirements and i dont know what language the course is in... I dont speak italian. So could anyone who has studied/is studying medicine in Italy help me?
I'm thinking of studying medicine in italy as a plan B and have done a lot of research and even went to milan over the summer to visit the medical school.

So, there are 8 public unis in italy that offer medicine in English. The entry requirement is only passing the IMAT test in the beginning of September 2019. I think you can sign up for that test in the beginning of July and there are several centres across Europe where you can sit it.

The apllication process there is very simple, you just need t pass a levels/IB/whatever pre university course that allows you to go to uni in your country and then sit the IMAT. When registering for IMAT, you will be asked to list all those 8 med schools in order of where you want to get into first... The results are sent to your first uni, and they can give you an offer or they can reject you, then to your second uni and so on..

The courses are entirely in English, however, you need to be able to speak Italian at a B2 level by the third year in most unis (for patient contact), and I know that Milan offers those classes for foreigners as part of the course.
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(Original post by jakubww)
I'm thinking of studying medicine in italy as a plan B and have done a lot of research and even went to milan over the summer to visit the medical school.

So, there are 8 public unis in italy that offer medicine in English. The entry requirement is only passing the IMAT test in the beginning of September 2019. I think you can sign up for that test in the beginning of July and there are several centres across Europe where you can sit it.

The apllication process there is very simple, you just need t pass a levels/IB/whatever pre university course that allows you to go to uni in your country and then sit the IMAT. When registering for IMAT, you will be asked to list all those 8 med schools in order of where you want to get into first... The results are sent to your first uni, and they can give you an offer or they can reject you, then to your second uni and so on..

The courses are entirely in English, however, you need to be able to speak Italian at a B2 level by the third year in most unis (for patient contact), and I know that Milan offers those classes for foreigners as part of the course.
but what about the DV? to apply for the DV do you need a level results or can i do it before then... I do not want to have to wait another year,,,
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this link might helphttps://www.medschool.it/admissions/imat-2019-exam-date-calendar/
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this link might helphttps://www.medschool.it/admissions/imat-2019-exam-date-calendar/
anyone doing imat 2020
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