IMS is a relatively recent course, founded in 2011. As easily predictable with all new courses, it did have some organizational issues, especially in its first year, but now the situation has radically changed and I have seen incredible improvements and our Dean is really putting a lot of effort in making it better year by year.

This is the reason why most of the disappointing aspects you might encounter are not related to IMS itself and have nothing to do with teaching. I believe that the university students platform (called Infostud) requires urgent maintenance and should be available in English too. Wifi should be enhanced and more money should be spent on extracurricular activities, such as sports. Apparently, all these points are being addressed by our new Rector and therefore I am very confident that major changes will take place within the next few years.

Edoardo T. (Rome)

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Edoardo Trovato has enrolled to Rome La Sapienza IMS in 2012. He was born and grew up in Modena, Italy. Always showing a great interest in science and particularly Medicine. Despite the abundance of medical programs in Italian, Eduardo has decided to go for the hard journey in a foreign language, as he firmly believes in the importance of internationalization. He chose La Sapienza for its worldwide fame and the charm of the eternal caput mundi. In 2013 he also set up a forum dedicated to his course. www.ims-sapienza.com
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