“Am I still a tourist or am I already a local?” by Ivet Tagareva
Post by Ivet. Hello everyone, I am Ivet, first year medical student armed with enthusiasm, hopes and dreams in my first few months spent here in Bari! Being still a freshman, I would like to share my experience with you and if you are thinking of applying to our...
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.
Latest posts by Alex Ochakovski (Pavia) (see all)
- Pre-enrollement is open - April 14, 2017
- Italian medical degree recognition abroad: How Pavia’s English M.D. graduates integrate globally? - April 9, 2017
- My First Months Living in Bari - March 18, 2017
My name is Davin McLoughlin, and I am a Scottish medical student currently in my second year on the BEMC course at the University of Bari “Aldo Moro”. In this article, I will provide an insight into our course, especially since there does not seem to be...
Erik Campano is a first-year in the MD program of the International Medical School at the University of Milan, Italy. He completed his Bachelor’s of science in Symbolic Systems at Stanford University, and then he worked for about eight years as a radio news anchor, before moving to biomedical scientific study and research at the University of Paris and Columbia University. His goal is to work for an international emergency humanitarian aid organization like the Red Cross or Doctors without Borders, and to combine medicine and journalism. Erik grew up in Connecticut, and is a citizen of the United States and Germany.
Latest posts by Erik Campano (Milan) (see all)
- A Visit to the New English Med School in Turin - February 25, 2017
- Student Xhorxhi Kaçi’s Welcome Speech at IMS Milan White Coat Day - November 13, 2016
- Why Tomorrow’s Pavia-Milan Football Match Matters - November 11, 2016