On Friday, September 7, 2018, the entrance test for the access to the degree course of Medicine in English at Humanitas University will be held.

Since 2014 Humanitas University has been selecting medical students by means of the IMAT test (International Medical Admissions Test) provided by ATS, part of Cambridge English Language Assessment, a non-profit department of the University of Cambridge.

The IMAT test, entirely in English, is paper-based and consists of the solution of 60 multiple-choice questions (with 5 possible answer options) on topics such as: logical reasoning, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and general culture. Candidates have 100 minutes to resolve the proposed questions.

The test, which offers access to 80 available seats, will be held at test centers worldwide, from Milan to London, from Paris to New York, from Madrid to Tel Aviv and many others.


For more information on how to subscribe, click here.


The test preparation course

Humanitas University offers an intensive course in preparation for the medical admission test and subsequent university studies. The course lasts one week and it is in English. It is designed to help students acquire a method of study that will enable them to take the IMAT test in the best possible way.

The course will take place in July and August at the Campus of Humanitas University and will include face-to-face lessons and practice sessions specific to each IMAT module, with training feedback from teachers.


To learn more about the preparation course, click here.