You’ve passed the IMAT and are now panicking about how moving will be like? Get a glimpse of what to expect, others have been through it before.
Born and raised in Pavia, Stefano is a fourth year student who’s now looking forward to going on an adventure abroad; besides volunteering for the local Red Cross emergency ambulance service, writing is one of his hobbies. He speaks about the daily life in different wards of the (almost) senior students, while struggling through the path towards an Erasmus.
You’re now studying in Italy but still would like to have an experience in another country? The Erasmus program is what you were looking for!
One interesting feature of the international medical schools in Italy is that you have professors teaching, and students learning, in for what most of them is a second language: English. What is this like — at least here at the IMS at the University of Milan?
It is magnificent.