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Emagister.it has added to its academic catalog the MEDTEC School international degree programme in Medicine, designed and developed by Humanitas University and the Politecnico di Milano.
The new degree aims to integrate and strengthen the skills of the professional figure of the medical doctor with the skills relevant to Biomedical Engineering. On completion of the study programme, medical graduates can apply to the Politecnico di Milano for a Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering .
On graduating you can enter into Medical Specialty Schools, Medical Research or join industry directly, i.e. biomedical devices and technologies or the pharmaceutical sector.
Da tener presente
• 12 years of education • A high school/ secondary school diploma: – for students from the UK, at least 3 A-levels in scientific subjects – for students from the USA, at least 3 APs (Advanced Placements) in scientific subjects OR – having passed all exams in the first two years of college, or having passed all exams of the first year of college as well as 4 Aps – For IB students: diploma obtained after 12 years of education
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Cosa impari in questo corso?
- Intelligenza artificiale
- Nuovi materiali
- Simulators and VR
- Ingegneria biomedica
Humanitas University and the Politecnico di Milano promote interactive teaching and learning methodologies. These include research-based learning, problem-based learning, problem solving, case methods and skillbased portfolios. Such an approach guarantees a solid integration between theory and practice and the development of critical thinking. Classes aim to encourage student engagement and interaction, with a strong focus on group work through data collection, data management and follow-up discussions with the teaching staff, as in the case of the flipped classroom. The degree programme will include both singlesubject courses and integrated course modules where academic teaching staff from Humanitas University and the Politecnico di Milano will be co-present in the classroom to ensure the full integration of engineering skills with clinical training. The same approach of co-tutoring will be further adopted during a number of medical professionalizing activities.
Years 1-3: include opportunities for practical experience, internships, specialised laboratories and the acquisition of soft skills, key to the development of doctor-patient relationships. Semester I: the courses will be held at the Politecnico di Milano. Semester II: the courses will be held at Humanitas University (to facilitate student integration between the fields of Medicine and Engineering).
Years 4-6 / Semesters I & II: the courses will be held at Humanitas University (the modules are mainly dedicated to clinical training, professionalizing activities and use of the Simulation Center “Mario Luzzato” and other Humanitas hospitals). A clinical experience in an outstanding teaching hospital to take on the challenges of personalized medicine. Humanitas is the first Italian general hospital to be quality-certified as an Academic Hospital by Joint Commission International. Harvard University considers it one of the 4 most innovative hospitals worldwide and is one of Harvard’s case studies thanks to its organisational model, which blends high-quality clinical practice, economic sustainability, development and social responsibility. The Research Centre is internationally renowned for its research on immune system diseases and is part of a network of excellence that includes New York University, the Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium, the Spanish National Centre for Biotechnology in Madrid, the Queen Mary School of Medicine in London and the Pasteur Institute in Paris.