Faculty of Medicine and Surgery
The mission of our Faculty of Medicine and Surgery is to train the next generation of doctors and surgeons with innovative and cutting-edge teaching.
One of the distinguishing features of our Faculty is the strong emphasis on a competency-based approach, which puts clinical practice at the heart of the study. Our students not only acquire theoretical knowledge but also the practical skills necessary to become successful physicians and surgeons. Our students start gaining experience with patients from the first year of the course, through simulations and laboratories.
Our Faculty is also at the forefront of using new technologies. We have adopted the use of digital tools, such as the use of apps for patient training and monitoring, as well as the introduction of virtual and augmented reality technologies for student training in the context of a simulation room.
We also offer customized study programs that enable our students to develop specific interests through specialized study paths. In fact, we offer in-depth courses on genetics, technological innovation in medicine, sports medicine and many others.
Finally, our Faculty is continuously engaged in scientific research to contribute to the progress of medicine in various fields. Our faculty are actively involved in research and work with our students to foster collaboration and innovation.
We are committed to providing our students with a solid theoretical foundation and practical skills to become highly skilled and successful physicians and surgeons. Our Faculty of Medicine and Surgery is at the forefront in the adoption of innovative learning methods and technologies to ensure complete training in line with the needs of the national and international labor market.
The single-cycle master's degree course in Medicine and Surgery is divided into six years.
During the first three years, basic and preclinical education will be developed, encompassing basic sciences including biology and genetics, biological chemistry, histology, human anatomy, human physiology and pathophysiology; problems relating to the human sciences through courses in anthropology, ethics and bioethics.
From the third year, the student will face a gradual access to the study of 'clinical' subjects
From the fourth year, the s will be introducedingole clinical disciplines, relating to internal medicine, surgery, diagnostics and public health. In parallel with the frontal lessons, which take place both in the classroom and in the laboratories, the student will carry out professional training activities under the supervision of the discipline tutors also using innovative simulation tools, without neglecting the development of skills in dealing with patients, not only under the clinical profile, but also from a human and psychological point of view. The method of communication with caregivers and patients' families will also be developed. Finally, through participation in meeting interdisciplinary, the student has the opportunity to appreciate and develop the ability to work in a team and collaborate with the various professional figures involved in the treatment process.