University of Turin

University of Turin
The University of Turin is one of the oldest and most prestigious Italian universities. University of Turin (Unito) in northwest Italy is one of the country’s largest and most prestigious universities, with 67,000 students and more than 4,000 scientists and administrative staff. Despite periods of crisis during the French occupation in the mid-16th century and other difficulties over the centuries due to wars and epidemics, the university continued to grow under the Duchy of Emanuele Filiberto Carlo Emanuelle I and Vittorio Amedeo II. The University of Turin is oriented towards relations with large organizations and cooperation with developing countries on an international level. In 2017, Times Higher Education named it one of the top 500 universities in the world. It is also among the top 5 Italian universities and is the highest-rated research activity in Italy, according to the latest data from ANVUR. The University of Turin was founded in 1404, followed by the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery in 1436 in Turin. Many famous scientists and Nobel laureates have studied and researched at the university, including Salvador Luria, Renato Dulbecco, Rita Levi, and Montalcini. All of them have received the Nobel Prizes in Medicine and Psychology.
University Recognitions ECFMG, WDOMS, FAIMER, NMC (erstwhile MCI), AMC, GMC PLAB, etc
Medium of Teaching English
MBBS Course Duration 6 years (with internship)
Eligibility Criteria Qualified Class 12 with 50% marks in PCB
NEET Required Yes
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