The only candidates who can participate in the enrolment procedure are the non-EU citizens not resident in Italy, who have obtained a valid qualification to access to University in their country of origin and who have obtained a score equal to or higher than 2 in the BMAT test (2022 and 2021 sessions) or a score equal to or higher than 15 in the IMAT test (2022 and 2021 sessions).
Candidates who meet the requirements for the reallocation procedure must submit their application exclusively online by clicking on the appropriate button published on this page from 21st September 2022 until 10th October 2022 by 1 P.M. (CET).
Admission to the Master’s Degree Programmes in Medicine and Surgery and in Medicine and Surgery “MedTech” is based on a merit ranking defined by:
a) score achieved on the BMAT (Section 1 and Section 2) or IMAT, normalised on the basis of the maximum score achievable on each test;
b) the oral interview with an international commission, evaluated in thirtieths, amd focused on the topics as general culture, aptitude and motivation, the ability to argue and convey opinions and to interact optimally in English.
Non EU citizens not resident in Italy or in EU Countries who are interested in enrolling in UCBM must submit their visa application only through the Universitaly portal.
We shortly remind you the steps to be carried out:
|INSTITUTION NAME||Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma|
|COURSE TYPE||Integrated master's degree|
|COURSE NAME and COURSE CURRICULUM||Select the name of the study programme|
|ID ACCOUNT||Leave it blank or write your surname and name|
5. In the last step (STEP C) candidates have to upload soft copies of the qualifications useful for admission: at this step neither translation nor legalization or Declaration of value are required.
We strongly recommend you to pay attention when selecting State, Italian representation and University in order to avoid any problem during the visa issuance process.
The Italian version of the call for admissionis the official document regulating this call. The document written in English has no legal value.