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An interview with four first-year students at the University of Pavia
Camila Archela from Brazil, course: medicine in English
Elena mitsulova from Bulgaria, course: biotechnology in Italian
Raz Friedman from Israel, course: medicine in English
Shay Davidovich from Israel, course: medicine in English
The online enrollment for the IMAT exam was closed and the Ministry of education has announced some numbers. Here they are: Continue reading
With the new rule this year that EU candidates can choose all 6 Universities while the non-EU will only have their 1st choice taken into consideration a question arises: Who has a better chance of getting in? European or non-European candidates? Continue reading
After many requests, I’ve made this guide video for the online registration for the IMAT.
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…
Dear current and prospective medstudents,
My Name is Alex and I am a Foreign Medstudent in Pavia University in Italy, currently in my 5th year.