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Medicine and Surgery

PROGRAMME TYPE

PLACE OF TEACHING

6-year Single Cycle Master's Degree Programme

Brescia

LANGUAGE

ADMISSION TYPOLOGY

Italian Nationally planned access

DEGREE PROGRAMME CLASS

STRUCTURE

LM-41 - Medicine
Department of Clinical and Experimental Sciences

DEGREE PROGRAMME DIRECTOR

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Luigi Fabrizio Rodella Study Programme Sheet
Why study Medicine and Surgery at the University of Brescia?
  • The Single Cycle Programme in Medicine and Surgery enables students to acquire the most up-to-date knowledge in the field of health sciences and on the scientific method and related approaches, thanks to high-level international qualification in a large number of experimental and clinical research sectors in the field of immunology, biochemistry, biology, molecular pathology, oncology, as well as in many sectors of internal and specialist medicine, general and specialist surgery and neurosciences.

  • It provides sound education that is in step with the times and able to rise to the present and future challenges of medicine thanks to a biomedical-psychosocial culture and a multidisciplinary and all-round vision of the most common issues of health and illness, with a special focus on the community, the territory and essentially, on preventing illnesses and promoting good health, and with a sound humanistic culture.

  • It fosters the development of skills and experience, combined with self-assessment skills and the ability to face and responsibly resolve priority health issues from a prevention, diagnostic, prognostic, therapeutic and rehabilitation viewpoint, by means of an integrated approach with individuals at risk and ill people, critically assessing the clinical aspects and the relational, educational, social and ethical aspects involved in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, as well as in rehabilitation and recovery of the greatest possible psychophysical wellbeing.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Medicine and Surgery graduates can work as self-employed professionals or work within the National Health Service as general practitioners or specialists. They can also find employment in public (local health authorities, hospitals) or private (clinics, nursing homes) or dedicate themselves to scientific research at universities and research organisations.

CONTINUING STUDIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BRESCIA: