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The International Medical Admissions Test (IMAT) continues to expand, with four more Italian universities using the test in September 2017.
This brings the total number of institutions using the test to 11, nearly four times the initial number when the test was first launched.
The Admissions Testing team has been working in partnership with MIUR (the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research) on IMAT since 2012, with over four thousand students registering to take the test in that year.
IMAT is a 100 minute subject-specific admissions test in English, for applicants to medicine and surgery, and dentistry undergraduate courses. These courses are taught in English, with places open to both home and international students.
Andy Chamberlain, Head of Admissions Testing, said of the increase: “We’ve had a big rise in test-takers registered for IMAT this year, due to four more Italian universities now using IMAT results for admissions purposes. We will continue to work closely with the MUIR to ensure the smooth running of the test.”
View a case study about IMAT and see a full list of the universities and courses that use it.