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    "As a public university (University of Milan and University of Pavia), the admission test (and a section about Italian current affairs and culture) is administered by Italy’s Education Ministry and is in Italian."

    San Raffaele (a private institution; 18000 Euros a year) does it entirely in English.

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    ^ Yeah, the above poster is right! I can confirm that the national entrance exam is in Italian language unfortunately following a phone conversation from the Univ. Plus I found out that you can only apply to one institution per year in Italy. I'm going to apply to San Raffaele instead because their entrance exam is in English.

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    Do you know the percent of students accepted at the english taught medical schools in Italy

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    Do they take tranfers in english taught Italian meds schs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fareschedid View Post
    Do you know the percent of students accepted at the english taught medical schools in Italy
    At San Raffaele University, the acceptance rate was pretty low for EU students. Non-EU students had better changes this year.

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    Do they take tranfers in english taught Italian meds schs?
    At San Rffaele University, they do transfer students if you were already in an Italian taught course. But, you must take the entrance exam.

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    Many of the schools cannot take transfers because the schools are only in their first or second year. There are not many classes that can be transferred into at this point. I think the percentage of students accepted should be available from the school directly. They should be able to tell you how many applicants they had and how many they accepted from EU and non EU.

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    The entrance exams to the state Italian schools with English programs like Milano (Humanitas) and Pavia will be in English this year I have been told.

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    Hi, are there any american students who wouldn't mind sharing how they are paying for the San Raffaele program? I am still interested in this program, but the cost seems to be high for me, and from what I understand, loans are not an option from my country (America). Are there any scholarships available? Also, is there room and board available at all? Any help is much appreciated!!

    Ps: I am also looking into Pavia... but their website is not too detailed. Does anyone know if the entrance exam is definitely in English, and also if it can be taken in America or outside of Italy? I can't seem to find the contact information to contact the school! So if any students in the Pavia program can tell me about their experiences as well, I would really appreciate it! Thank you

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    Hi again

    I dont want to be too nosy, but I feel anxious, so please let me once again to recommend you to read all of the threads about San Raffele as well.. you will see a lot of things..

    This region, Europe, has a lot of other and stronger options in medical schools holyravioli.. until the next curricular year in any case you have time I think, and you may find the threads about other schools useful as well

    By the way I have gathered some summaries of those med schools (but only some of them!) here:
    Medical Schools
    (there are two more schools in the next page of the blog)
    Last edited by bidiboom; 10-17-2011 at 07:39 AM.

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