International Medical Schools

Our focus on MEDschool.it is mainly on the public medical schools. Those offer quality medical training on west-European level yet at a very affordable price, which considers the economic status of the student. Those tuition fees are generally of under 4000€ / year, also for non-European students. Click on one of the Public Medical schools below to learn about their English taught International M.D. degrees.

Pavia, Harvey course

It is one of the earliest English medical courses that was opened in Italy. The small student city is located in Northern Italy, 40km away from Milan. Pavia University enjoys a great reputation and consistently placed high in University rankings
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IMS Milan

The University of Milan is the country’s premiere medical research institution. Its International Medical School’s mission is to “provide graduates with both a solid, up-to-date scientific understanding of medicine, and a deep appreciation of the human and social complexities associated with health and disease.”

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Rome la Sapienza

Rome is one of the largest medical schools, with over 3000 medical students studying in 6 courses of which 1 is in English.
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Rome Tor Vergata


Federico II, Naples

SUN, Naples

IMATschool Live Online IMAT Course

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Alex Ochakovski (Pavia)

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.
Alex Ochakovski (Pavia)