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Humanitas University

Humanitas University

Introduction

Humanitas University

Humanitas University is an international University dedicated to Life Sciences based in Milan, Italy.

Closely integrated with the world class Hospital and Research Centre, Humanitas University’s mission is to train globally minded healthcare professionals through state-of-the-art interactive teaching methods and close integration with its clinical and research community.

Humanitas University Medicine degree course, conducted entirely in English, offers each year 180 places, 130 for Eu students and 50 for No-Eu. At the moment the 40% of our students come from abroad.

In addition to the course of Medicine there is also a degree course in MEDTEC, a brand-new and innovative programme that merges Medicine with Biomedical Engineering entirely taught in English. For this course there are 70 places available each year, 60 for Eu students and 10 for No-Eu.


Humanitas University offers also two other degree courses in Nursing and in Physiotherapy, both held in Italian.

Lessons are conducted in the new Campus, designed according to the most modern standards in terms of technology and environmental comfort to promote opportunities for meetings and exchanges between teachers, researchers and students from all over the world.

One of the key asset of the Campus is the Simulation Centre: a high-tech space, among the largest in Europe, available to students, postgraduates and health professionals, who can be trained on the basis of different levels of specialization and complexity.

On September 2018, Humanitas University opened the brand new Student House just inside the Campus area.

Campus Features

    Rankings

    Humanitas University is the highest new entry in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2023

    Humanitas University has entered the Times Higher Education (THE) International Ranking for the first time, ranking among the top 250 universities in the world out of 1799 universities analysed, and placing itself as the best new entry.

    Prof. Marco Montorsi, Rector of Humanitas University, stated: “We are very pleased with this result, which demonstrates that the Italian research and university system can take up the challenge of global and European competition, enhancing our skills and taking on a growing role in attracting talent. THE confirmed the impact of our scientific research, which got a score of 99.7 out of 100, in line with other international rankings.”

    The THE ranking is based on 13 performance indicators, covering all areas of university activity: teaching, research, scientific impact, technology transfer and internationalisation.

    Locations

    • Milan

      Via Rita Levi Montalcini 4 Pieve Emanuele, , Milan

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