Medicine and Surgery

Course description

The Medicine and Surgery course aims at providing scientific, theoretical and practical skills, along with the professional and decisional autonomy necessary for the medical profession.

One of the most qualifying features of the Curriculum is the complete integration of the contents of both basic and clinical sciences. This is achieved through a multidisciplinary approach and an early involvement of students in patient management, including moral and ethical aspects as well as legal responsibilities that form the basis of the medical profession.

The mission is to provide students with the knowledge and tools especially focused towards a biomedical, psychological, social and territorial perspective of the medical profession. The classes are characterized by a multidisciplinary and integrated approach in disease prevention and health promotion. The training is primarily patient-oriented involving community-based health centers and hospitals, providing a varied and rich clinical experience for our students. The program is founded on vertical and horizontal integration of the curriculum across all years, bringing clinical cases and challenges into the early years. Our classes seek the integration of clinical and basic sciences in order to develop new models for clinical reasoning and engage students in an in-depth and long-term scholarly experience.

These aims are achieved through formal lessons, seminars, small-group tutored activities in research labs and clinical wards, integrated by other tutored activities chosen by students in order to deepen specific topics.

A typical weekly timetable

  • - Five classes per day
  • - Clinical tutorials when scheduled
  • - Discussing clinical problems following the tutorials
1st year  
  • Bioethics
  • Chemistry & Propedeutical Biochemistry
  • Physics in Medicine
  • Medical Statistics & Informatics
  • Molecular & Cellular Biology
  • Human Histology & Embriology
  • Human Anatomy I
  • Scientific English I

At the end of course written test and oral examination will be done.

2nd year  
  • Human Anatomy II
  • Human Biochemistry
  • Scientific English I
  • Human Physiology I
  • Microbiology & Immunology
  • Human & Medical Genetics

At the end of course written test and oral examination will be done.

3rd year  
  • Human Physiology II
  • General Pathology
  • Medical, Surgical, Clinical Methodology I
  • Medical, Surgical, Clinical Methodology II
  • General Pathophysiology
  • Hygienes & Community Medicine
  • Laboratory Medicine

At the end of course written test and oral examination will be done.

4th year  
  • Medical Pharmacology & Toxicology I
  • Medical Pharmacology & Toxicology II
  • Pathological Anatomy & Histology I
  • Pathological Anatomy & Histology II
  • Clinical Immunology & Allergology, Cutaneous and Venereal Diseases & Plastic Surgery
  • Endocrine & Gastrointestinal Diseases
  • Respiratory & Cardiovascular Diseases
  • Urological diseases

At the end of course written test and oral examination will be done.

5th year  
  • Head & Neck & Sensory Organ Diseases
  • Rheumatology & Degenarative-Malformative Diseases of Locomotor system
  • Imaging Diagnostics and Radiotherapy
  • Forensic & Occupational Medicine
  • Neurology & Psichiatry
  • Infetious Diseases
  • Translational Medicine
  • Oncological & Hematological Diseases

At the end of course written test and oral examination will be done.

6th year  

  • Clinical Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • General Surgery
  • Gynecology & Obstetrics
  • Medical & Surgical Emergencies
Final Assessment

In order to be admitted to their graduation exams, the students will need to:
1. Attend all classes and pass every exam
2. Obtain 360 total ECTs in 6 years of classes
3. 20 days before the graduation a copy of thesis have to be provided.

Tuition fee

EU students €200/year (university fees) + €140/year regional tax (compulsory)+ €16.00 legal stamp (compulsory)
Non EU students €140/year regional tax (compulsory)+ €16.00 legal stamp (compulsory)

Planning and advising

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