Where We Study, and Eat

Where We Study, and Eat

The first and second-year students at the International Medical School at the University of Milan have classes and labs in a building called LITA, which stands for Laboratorio Interdisciplinare Tecnologie Avanzate (“Advanced Interdisciplinary Technology Laboratory”).

The Promise of Milan

The Promise of Milan

The English-language international medical schools at the Italian public universities — and particularly, the University of Milan, the country’s largest research institution — are offering something revolutionary in medical education. They are making it possible for students from anywhere in the world, regardless of income, to attend a Western European-quality medical school, in the language in which most international research is conducted -– that is, English.

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