Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

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Medicine and Surgery (Rome)

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Università Cattolica's School of Medicine has an affiliation and direct connection with the Policlinico Gemelli University Hospital, the best hospital in Italy and in the top 50 worldwide according to Best Hospital 2023 ranking by Newsweek.

Study in our Rome campus for a unique academic and practical experience.

 

 

Campus: Rome


School: Medicine and Surgery


Intake: September 2024


Language of instruction: English


Duration: 6 years


Degree awarded: Laurea in Medicine and Surgery


Total ECTS: 360

 

Università Cattolica’s MD Medicine and Surgery provides the scientific basis and the theoretical and practical training essential for the exercise of the medical profession internationally.

Students develop all the technical competencies required to operate independently and responsibly in the medical sector. The overall objectives are pursued using a teaching approach designed to examine health issues in depth in a holistic manner, taking account of the influence of the surrounding chemical - physical, biological and social environment.

The degree features a complete integration of basic and clinical sciences, achieved through a multidisciplinary approach and an early involvement in patient management, including both ethical issues and legal responsibilities, which are at the basis of the profession. In addition, medical anthropology, bioethics and medical humanities will be emphasized, as well as the ability to communicate with the patient and the family.

The curriculum is designed also to help students prepare for the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1 and Step 2.

 

  

 

Our Medicine students have the opportunity to observe, train and learn at the University hospital Policlinico A. Gemelli where doctors, researchers and administrators alike are pushing for innovation and quality in healthcare every single day.      

 

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