MEDICINE AND SURGERY

Official language EN
Description

 

Uniquely positioned to meet the evolving needs of tomorrow's health care professionals, University of Milano-Bicocca’s School of Medicine and Surgery (SMS) is a Single Cycle Master’s degree program in partnership with University of Surrey (UK), University of Bergamo and the Papa Giovanni XXIII Hospital that endeavors to prepare graduating physicians forleadership positions in the health care sector.

Based in Bergamo, the program has a revolutionary new medical curriculum integrating a rigorous program of basic science education with intensive clinical mentoring right from second year onwards. The program offers a multidisciplinary and inter-professional educational experience fostering an integration of knowledge and skills, open-mindedness, scientific and critical thinking, caring attitude, and a holistic approach to health care needs.

The teaching methodology is based on PBL (Problem Based Learning) that facilitates knowledge acquisition, enhanced group collaboration and team learning across seven major physio-pathological integrated systems:

  • Cardiovascular and Respiratory System
  • Onco-Hematology
  • Locomotor System
  • Digestive Health
  • Endrocrine Kidney & Urinary Tract 
  • Neuroscience 
  • Woman and Child (Obstetrics Gynecology, Pediatrics)
Academic Year:

Programme details

Department: 
DIPARTIMENTO DI MEDICINA E CHIRURGIA (SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY)
Type of Course: 
6-year Single Cycle Master's Degree Programme
Academic year: 
2019/2020
Duration in years: 
6
Credits: 
360
Location: 
BERGAMO
Language: 
english
Compulsory attendance: 
Yes
Reference Professors
MEDICAL STATISTICS (MED/01)
EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY (BIO/13)
ORTHOPAEDICS (MED/33)
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES (MED/11)
PSYCHIATRY (MED/25)
COLOMBO ALESSANDRO
INTERNAL MEDICINE (MED/09)
HEART SURGERY (MED/23)
GIANNONI DAVIDE SIMONE
BIOCHEMISTRY (BIO/10)
MARTINI GIANMARIA
FORENSIC MEDICINE (MED/43)
ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM (MED/13)
NEPHROLOGY (MED/14)
IMAGING AND RADIOTHERAPY (MED/36)
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY (M-PSI/08)
PHARMACOLOGY (BIO/14)