Admission

To be admitted to this program, candidates must hold a high school diploma or an equivalent internationally recognized qualification. Admission to the Master's Degree program in Medicine and Surgery follows national regulations for numerus clausus university courses.

Admission Criteria

The admission criteria include verification of:

  1. Solid knowledge of general culture.
  2. Proficiency in the fundamental concepts of mathematics, biology, chemistry, and physics.
  3. Logical, deductive, and inductive reasoning skills, as well as comprehension of texts.

In the case of a non-positive outcome, additional training requirements may be assigned to be completed in the first year of the program, following the guidelines set by the Study Program.

Prospective students should demonstrate an inclination for human interaction, collaboration, and teamwork, along with the ability to analyze and solve complex problems. Beyond scientific proficiency, personal aptitudes, motivations, and an interest in technologies within the healthcare context are essential. Proficiency in English at a minimum level of B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages is mandatory. For non-native Italian speakers, achieving a B2 level in Italian is required by the third year of the program, prior to clinical internships. Italian language courses are offered at the University Language Center starting from the first year, certifying the attainment of the required minimum knowledge level.

Admission Test

The admission test for the Master's Degree in Medicine and Surgery takes place according to procedures defined by the Ministry of Education, University and Research (M.U.R.) and subsequent Rectoral Notices. Students must possess the knowledge outlined in the M.U.R. decrees indicating the required entry knowledge and the specific content of the admission tests.

Currently, these tests consist of solving multiple-choice questions on topics including Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, General Culture, and Logical Reasoning. The test procedures, scoring, and related matters are governed by a specific announcement published annually by the University. Enrollment in the study programs is reserved for students placed favorably in the respective rankings. For the academic year 2024-25, please refer to the Ministerial Decree that will be issued for this purpose.

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