Medical School Application on 24 June and 5 July 2019
Access to the International Degree Course in Medicine and Surgery in English at Humanitas University for the academic year 2019/2020 is regulated by an admission test structured as IMAT. It is composed by 60 multiple-choice questions (with five possible answer options) about general culture (2), logical reasoning (20), biology (18), chemistry (12), physics (4) and mathematics (4). The admission test lasts 100 minutes.
Registration for the IMAT test is open only for non-European students.
20 places available.
The test can be taken at the Humanitas University Campus and simultaneously in one of the other ten cities around the world (Mumbai, Delhi, New York, Toronto, Sao Paulo, Tel Aviv, Cape Town, Dubai, London, Tehran). The test dates are 24th June 2019 or 5th July 2019 at 2.00 p.m. Registration is open until June 17th for the first date and June 28th for the second one.
Why study medicine at Humanitas University?
The unique feature of Humanitas University is its international scope. First of all, foreign students represent 39% of the medical students and they come from UK, United States, India, Iran, Canada, Brazil, Japan and Taiwan mainly. All of the teachers have a strong experience gained abroad. Furthermore, students have the opportunity to collaborate with top-level hospitals, research centers and universities all over the world for short stays abroad thanks to dedicated travel grants.
From the very beginning of their medical studies, Humanitas University offers students the opportunity to enter the hospital. From the third year onwards, they start their internships in one of the Humanitas hospitals. At that time also, they start practicing in a state-of-the-art Simulation Center in order to learn procedures and techniques in very safe environment. Thanks to the Simulation Centre, they are also trained in developing communication and teamwork skills. These aspects indeed, play an essential role in patient management.
Furthermore, University supports students in dealing with post-graduate studies: from the preparation for specialized schools in Italy and the United States to other job opportunities all over the world.