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Coronavirus: aggiornamenti per la comunità universitaria / Coronavirus: updates for UniTo Community

The MD-PhD Program is a track of the Medical School that provides training in both medicine and research. This path is designed for medical students who have outstanding credentials and are highly motivated to become research physicians, also known as physician-scientists. During the 6-year MD degree, the students take all the courses in the regular MD curriculum and additional courses focused on advanced research topics, leading to a MD-PhD certificate. After obtaining the MD degree and the MD-PhD certification, students can choose (but are not obligated) to enroll in a post-graduate PhD Program. The PhD program can be completed on an accelerated schedule. Applications are open to students at their second year of any Italian Medical School. Selection is based on academic record and entrance examination. Between five and ten students are admitted to the program each year. Students admitted to the Program do not pay tuition fees, they receive a scholarship for living expenses and can apply for free housing in a university residence.

 

BAD NEWS for students waiting the call for admission to the MD/PhD Program

Due to well known worsening of health emergencies, which might result in limits or delay of all University activities, it is still impossible to plan the call and the admission process for the academic year 2021-2022.

The deadline for admission and start of the Program must be postponed, too.  We hope to be able to open the call for the 2022-2023 academic year in Spring-Summer 2022.

Take note that a new Regulation has been approved recently by the UNITO authorities and wil be made public soon, which changes the rules requirements for admission. Indeed, students at the 3rd rather than at the 2nd year of the Medical School will be enrolled. Requirements will involve the accomplishment not only of the due exams of the 1st but also of the 2nd year of the Medical curriculum.

 

 

 

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