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OPEN TO THE WORLD – Virtual open day of the Faculties of Health Sciences of Sapienza University of Rome (June 6, 2024 at 2 p.m. CET)

The traditional event “Open Day at Sapienza” this year has a special English edition, which is live via Zoom and live-streaming on Youtube at 2 p.m. (CET) on June the 6th 2024, aimed at international students who think of taking medical degrees at Sapienza University of Rome. The Faculties of the Health Sciences (i.e. the Faculty of Pharmacy and Medicine, Medicine and Dentistry, as well as Medicine and Psychology) will meet online with students from around the world who are interested in taking medical degrees, entirely in English, at Sapienza university starting next academic year. The offer includes the degree programs of Medicine and Surgery, Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics, or Nursing. The program of the event involves the presidents of the degree programs, faculty members and students of the courses who collaborate by tutoring freshmen. Secretarial staff will be on hand to provide administrative information. A question-and-answer session will allow questions on the most delicate or common issues related to studying Medicine, Dentistry or Nursing in Rome to be answered. The projection of videos illustrating different moments of university life will provide additional information.

La Sapienza is ranked on average among the top 100 universities worldwide, disputing the podium for those in Italy. The Faculties of Health Sciences contribute significantly to this performance and offer an international and globally competitive environment in research, clinical practice and teaching. No competing university, however, offers a city life like Rome, the social and climatic conditions of southern Europe, and such low costs. Discovering the opportunities to study medical disciplines in English at Sapienza is amazing and very useful for those who intend to pursue European-level higher education in the field of health care.