A Milan was founded a new university devoted entirely to medical science, whose goal is “to create a training model that knows how to compete in an authoritative way and competitive in the international landscape of medical education. “This is the Humanities University, commissioned by the Institute clinical Humanities (IRCCS) of Rozanna and now after a long process of authorization was initiated in December 2012 is officially recognized by the Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR).

Initially, the Humanities, University of Milan will offer only two degrees, one Master’s course in International Medicine and Surgery, entirely in English, and a three-year, in Italian, in Nursing. Then, with the passage of time, the university will expand its educational offer, offering more degree programs and postgraduate, doctoral, graduate schools and other opportunities to upgrade. At full production explains Gianfelice Rocca, president of Humanities the new university will come to welcome more than 800 students.

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In a region at the forefront, which already represents continues Ricca a model of excellence in the field of Health and Human Services, “the University of Milan “will contribute to increasing the attractiveness of the Italian university system and health care, by growing the entire country. “Moreover, the new university will strengthen recruiting the best minds and providing them with the highest levels of training “l engagement in medical research, and teaching, which place for 18 years”, in line with what we already happens in the world’s most renowned medical centers.

In achieving this its objective, University of Milan can count on teachers and professionals with extensive experience, a strong international dimension, providing training opportunity is very different from the one generally offered by traditional universities. The strengths of this new universities are represented, in fact, innovative teaching methods, stays abroad during their studies, a faculty internationally, a strong bias towards scientific research and economic sustainability and tight integration with the clinical activity.