Despite being founded in 1924 and being one of the recent state Universities in Italy, the University of Milan La Statale has managed to climb the world rankings and be for many years in the top 100 universities in the world.

Always a pioneer in matters of education and always following the trends of the time, it did not hesitate, after the English-language medicine of the University of Pavia, to organize and implement an English-language medical school.

The English-speaking medical school of Milan, Milano La Statale, offers a total of 44 places to students from the European Union and 16 for non-EU students.

The school facilities are located on the LITA campus - Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Advanced Technologies in northeast Milan - Milano due 35 minutes from the historic city center.

Offering both graduate and post graduate medical degree program, this medical school has a remarkable international standard. However, it has a unique medical program and this program is divided mainly into two separate ones. The first program (2 years) deals exclusively with pre-clinical training at  (LITA)  Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Advanced Technologies, while the remaining four years are dedicated to learning more about the clinical part of medicine. This four years clinical is a specialized on-the-job training and it takes place at Luigi Sacco Hospital Located in the central city of Milan.

Admission to the Milano La Statale English School of Medicine is through the International Medical Admissions Test– IMAT, a 60 multiple-choice test in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, General Knowledge and Logic. The IMAT exams are held every year in September in several examination centers around the world, including Athens and Nicosia.

Milan, with a population of 1,400,000, is a huge metropolis and its universities are a magnet for many students from all over the world for the high quality of its educational programs and services.

It is considered and indeed is one of the most expensive cities in Europe, resulting the monthly cost of living of students is higher compared to attending neighboring universities and universities in other cities in Italy.

Students have access to various types of accommodation such as rooms, apartments, campuses and private accommodation.

Students can eat in the student clubs - mense universitarie - where the meals are very low priced.

Tuition at the University of Milan is based on the student's annual family income and assets.

Through collaborations around the world with renowned international universities and through its excellent programs and research, it has managed to establish the English-speaking medical school of the University among the first preferences of prospective students.

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