MD programs for EU (European) and Non-EU N | Medical spirants
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MBBS in Italy is well known for its high reputation education structure that offers MD programs for EU (European) and Non-EU medical aspirants. The course duration of the MD program is 6 years. The medical aspirants you want to get admission to Italian medical universities must require the following eligibility: NEET Certificate, IMAT (International Medical Admission Test) scorecard, 50% in 10+2 with PCB. IMAT score is mandatory up to 50 for Indian medical aspirants to get admission to the MD program in Italy. NMC and WHO globally recognize more than 12+ medical universities in Italy. The overall tuition fee for Indian medical aspirants is very affordable, between 200 to 4000 Euros annually with a living expense of 600 Euros. The universities also offer various scholarship programs to international students as per the academic performances. Once the medical students get a medical degree, they can work in Italy or sit in NEXT (National Exit Test) screening test to practice and get a medical license in India.



  • Passport.
  • IMAT Score.
  • 10th mark sheet.
  • 12th mark sheet.
  • NEET scorecard.
  • Police Verification.
  • NEET qualification is mandatory.
  • Bank Statement showing the liquidity of funds.
  • Passport size photograph (against a white background).
  • A student must be 17 years of age as of 31St December in the year of applying for admission.
  • A student must qualify for IMAT (International Medical Admission Test) to be eligible to apply for MBBS in Italy.
  • A student must have scored 50% in 12th or equivalent from a recognized board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English as compulsory subjects. Relaxation in percentage up to 40% has been given to SC/ST/OBC candidates.


The International Medical Admissions Test (IMAT), is an aptitude test used as part of the admissions process for some Italian universities. These universities offer undergraduate courses that are taught in English and open to applicants outside of Italy. The test has sometimes been incorrectly referred to as the ‘Italian Medical Admissions Test’.

The test is conducted by Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research (MIUR) in conjunction with Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing, which also conducts admission tests for universities in the UK.