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The first year medical faculty here is divided into three groups. Italians have two groups each, for a total of 150 students. The third group, English-language students, has almost 60 students. We have our labs at the hospital, and most classes in another building. From the next year onward I assume we will have most of our classes at the main teaching hospital, Sant’Orsola-Malpighi, and we’ll probably have more contact with the Italian med school from next year onwards. Our class is very international. We have people from the US, Venezuela, Israel, Iran, Norway, and so many other countries I can’t count now.
Bologna med student Tim Lee addresses topics that prospective students of medicine in Italy often ask about, from the delicious food and fun social life, to bureaucracy and ethnic discrimination.
University of Bologna student Elad Fayel gives tips on how to find housing, a difficult task in the crowded city.
The University of Bologna English med school has a good international academic reputation, and fantastic social life, in an ancient city.
Alex is a graduate of the Harvey Medical Program at University of Pavia and is the founder of MEDschool.it. He is a Resident in Ophthalmology and a Researcher in Ophthalmic Gene Therapy in Germany.
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