The University 'Federico II, founded in 1224.
An excellent university, world-renowned with huge collaborations and programs that leave no room for negative criticism.
It is located in Naples and the medicine of Federico II University is probably the best choice of study among the universities of the South.
The English-speaking medical school at the University of Naples Federico II offers a total of 15 places for European Union students and 10 for non-EU students and is essentially a great choice that combines a very good university with a small number of students which leads to very good trained graduates
The facilities are located a short distance from the historic center of the city very reminiscent of the Greek element as it was founded by Greeks and is a large city of 960.00 inhabitants of Greater Greece - Magna Grecia.
Compared to other medical universities in Italy that teach English, Napoli Federico II has the advantage of greater interaction between teachers and students and a smaller number of students. Although it is only the third university in Italy in terms of enrolled students, its tremendous dimension is that it is one of the best universities in the country excelling in research. In 2016 it was the only major Italian university with a reputation of being one of the best of the 200 best universities in the world.
GULUNAP aims to train doctors to meet the specific needs of local communities, launch the first call for treatment and promote preventive medicine in connection with therapeutic approaches. Research ranking refers to the volume and impact of the quality of the research results of the institutions. The evaluation results of the institution are compared to their context to get an overview of the country and the region it belongs to and of the institutions of the world that place it in its respective positions.
The University of Napoli Federico II is also an attractive option for non-EU candidates as it offers many non-EU places than the other medical school. Moreover, the IMAT score required for entrance is lower than at other universities. Napoli Federico II was the only Medicine and Surgery course in Italy that reserved more places for non-EU candidates than European ones. Studying in Naples brings all the benefits of the South: a warmer climate, warmer people, lower cost of living, fewer rules, and more retirement.
Friendly and welcoming, Naples is a great student destination.
Admission to the English-language Medical School in Naples Federico II 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.
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 Federico II University of Naples is the lowest of all universities as European students at the English-speaking medical school in Naples pay only a small token amount.
An excellent choice of study with strong prospects for graduates.