Shortly after the general announcement to the press some days ago, the Italian Ministry of Education (MIUR) announced yesterday (02.04.15) the official date for the English IMAT exam for public Universities. Continue reading
The Minister of Education, Ms. Giannini, was talking about the medical admission exams during a “question time” meeting that was held on March 25 (Italian source).
She was explicitly referring to the foreign language exams (i.e., the English IMAT 2015 test for international medical schools in Italy). Mainly about two aspects: Continue reading
It’s been a while that rumors and discussions about abolishing the admission exams for medicine altogether are taking place in Italy. The alternative that was proposed is the French system where no admission exam takes places and everybody gets into the first year. Continue reading
After sorting out how Italian med-schools differ in admission, in this post we will address several more criteria and their importance in your choice, such as: the national ranks and costs of living.
The next big question is – “How to choose the best English Medical School in Italy?” Right now there are 6 options to choose from – Pavia, Milan, Rome L.S, Rome T.V, Bari, Napoli. Which should the most important factors be? Continue reading
Back in the days I have finished my high school studies and other obligations I wanted to start studying Medicine as early as I could. Doing it in my home-country would require from me to spend around 2-3 years just on preparations and improvements. The question that hit me was ‘Why should I throw those years away, when I can be on half-way of finishing my Medical Degree somewhere else?’. Then I had to spend weeks on researching the various options where I can study Medicine abroad in English. Here I am going to share with you what I’ve learned about the offer and why I choose Italy…