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Non-EU Medical Admissions Test
The number of places available for non-EU citizens is established as 50 according to the 2017 Call for applications for non-EU citizens.
Humanitas UKCAT test has taken place on 18 – 26 April 2017 in more than 100 countries worldwide.
The reserve list (updated ranking list) is now available. Check your position and enrol by May 30th:
10 merit-based scholarships worth between 7.000 and 10.000 €/year each are available for students who will rank in the first 10 positions of the test ranking.
Verify your eligibility and school qualifications by checking the Admissions Requirements.
Read more about the UKCAT test and how to prepare.
Ranking List and Enrollment
The reserve list (ranking list updated based on not covered places) is available at the link below. You can verify your position in the ranking through the pre-matriculation number generated during the application procedure:
You can verify your score through the pre-matriculation number: check your score here.
According to UKCAT rules, test questions will not be disclosed nor the candidates can review answers provided during the test.
Admitted candidates must enrol online within 30 May 2017, 6 p.m.:
- Access your personal page on MyPortal, using the username and password obtained during the registration phase
- Click on “Enrollment” on the left menu and insert/confirm the requested data
- Pay the first instalment of € 4.156 by credit card or wire transfer within May 30th.
The first instalment of € 4.156 must be paid mandatorily by May 30th on penalty of exclusion.
The reserve list procedure will be iterated until there are no more places available.
Further information is reported in the Call for Applications.
You can apply as a non-European student if:
- you have a non-EU citizenship;
- you have NO additional Italian citizenship;
- you do not live in Italy.
Please note that citizens of United Kingdom, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and the Republic of San Marino are equated to European students and therefore they are not eligible for the present Call.
See article 2 of the Call for Applications for details.
Minimum Entry Requirements
In order to apply, you must possess a secondary school certificate or obtain it in the current school year.
A Diploma is valid if obtained after at least 12 years of education, accompanied by the Declaration of Value issued by the Italian diplomatic authorities that will be requested at enrollment. If the local school system provides for 11 or 10 years of schooling, the title is valid when integrated with 1 or 2 years of university.
For Candidates Holding US Diplomas
- 3 APs (Advanced Placements) in Medicine and Science related subjects or
- two years of college education or
- one year of college education and 4 APs (as above).
For Candidates Holding Other Diplomas
See Annex A of the Call for Application.
The UKCAT test
The UKCAT is a computer-based multiple choice test made of 5 subtests (Verbal Reasoning, Decision Making, Quantitative Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning and Situational Judgement).
The first 4 subtests are tests of cognitive ability:
|Subtest||Time (minutes)*||Number of questions||Min. score||Max score|
|Total (Verbal, Quantitative, Abstract)||61||135||900||2700|
* each UKCAT subtest includes one minute of instruction.
** In 2017 a new Decision Making subtest is being piloted. Candidates and Universities will not get a score for Decision Making.
The UKCAT (Humanitas University) also includes a test of Situational Judgement (36 questions, 27 minutes) that will be not be taken into account for the generation of the ranking.
Read more about the test structure and experience.
UKCAT Test Practice Materials
Candidates should prepare for their test using the free resources available in the Candidate Preparation Toolkit, including practice tests and tutorials developed by UKCAT.
UKCAT Test Tips & Tricks
We have collected 10 vital pieces of information and techniques that will help you take on the UKCAT: