In September Admissions tests for Humanitas University
From the academic year 2014/15 green light to the first courses of the new International university of Humanitas dedicated to the Medical Sciences. The Admission tests will be held in September: September 15 for Nursing and September 16 for Medicine and Surgery in English.
The Admission tests for the first two courses of Humanitas University starting from the next academic year will be held respectively on September 15, 2014 and September 16, 2014: the Degree Course in Nursing and the Degree Course in Medicine and Surgery in English. For the latter, the IMAT test – International Medical Admissions Test, in English and prepared by an agency of Cambridge University – will be held in Milan and in other 17 European cities.
For the academic year 2014/15 the places available are 140 (100 for Medicine and Surgery and 40 for Nursing) pursuant to the Decrees n. 528/2014 and 580/2014 respectively of July 1, 2014 and July 16, 2014. Fully underway, Humanitas University will host 800 students. In the initial phase of activity, Humanitas University will offer two degree courses. Later on, a wide range of courses will be added, ranging from undergraduate, postgraduate, doctoral programs, specialization schools and other training opportunities.
International Faculty, study abroad experiences, innovative teaching methods are the pillars of the educational offer of Humanitas University, in line with the best experiences in the world. In addition, the tight integration with the clinical activity, the strong focus on scientific research and economic sustainability are the key features of the model of the new university.
Humanitas University aims at attracting the best talents from all over the world by offering them the opportunity of a distinctive training in order for them to grow up and study, together with highly experienced professors and professionals in an international context and dimension, in one of the leading European hospitals from the point of view of its organization and clinical assistance, quality, technology and research.