Studying Medicine and Surgery
The lectures and teaching activities are organized into two semesters:
from October to December – first semester
from February to May – second semester
Detailed information and timetables can be found on the individual websites for each degree programme.
Bachelor's and master's degree programmes in Medicine have a cap on enrolment.
The dates of the entrance examinations, as well as the procedures and content of the entrance examinations are defined on a national level through Ministerial Decrees.
Students enrolled in bachelor's and master's degree programmes in the Area of Medicine must obtain a certain number of credits in electives through seminars, internships, participation in conferences and conventions or summer school courses in order to have access to the final exam.
The elective credits (CFU) can also be obtained through participation in an Erasmus programme.
Further information on the number and type of activities can be found on your degree course website and in Medicine - Elective Activities page.
The University of Milan offers study awards for students or graduates, thanks to its own or external funding.
The Faculty of Medicine favors initiatives aimed at establishing and developing relationships with international organizations and institutions.
Information and contacts for students interested in a period of study at other European universities.