The application to the public International Medical Schools (IMS) in Italy takes place once a year during a time window which can be as short as 2 weeks. The whole process is done on one central website for all universities together and is possible only when application opens. During the application all candidates will need to provide some details about themselves and their education (see articles below for more info) and select the Universities they would like to apply to in order of preference.
You can our med schools section to explore all Italian International Med Schools in order to get a better idea about every Italian public medical school and to be ready to decide which one fits your needs best when time comes.
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Hello everyone, my name is Mehrad, and I am currently a first-year medical student at the University of Pavia in Italy. It was around this time last year, that I was going through the application process for the medical schools...
Henriette is a Harvey course student in Pavia who applied from the UK. She will give you some highly valuable information in this Q&A session, based on her experience applying to Pavia's medical school from the UK.
The official release includes: IMAT structure, available seats, Test locations and venues, ranking rules, minimal score and exam evaluation
Let see together step by step what are the steps needed to get into one of the English Medical programs in Italy
"What are my odds of passing the admission test?" is a question that troubles a lot of future candidates. Here, we will address the problem in depth.
Find more detailed info about the IMAT admission test and how to prepare for it in our IMAT section
Alex is a graduate of Harvey Medical course in English, taught in Pavia University and the founder of MEDschool.it. He currently pursuits his carrier in Ophthalmology and ophthalmic gene therapy research in Germany.
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