MMS-News September 2019
Staff - Faculty of Biomedical Sciences
Dear Bachelor students in medicine at ETH Zurich, University of Basel and University of Zurich
As you know, in September 2020, some of you will join us at Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) for their Master's degree in medicine. You will have the honor (and the burden) of being the first students in our newborn faculty and this makes us very motivated to create an attractive, modern and innovative curriculum allowing us to realize your dreams. With the MMS-News, an online information service that we plan to publish every quarter, we would like to update you on our "work site" and on the different opportunities that our curriculum already offers during your final bachelor year.
Please find below updated information on important administrative, organizational and structural aspects of the master: further information will follow in the next issues.
Enrollment will be possible starting from 15.11.2019 and will close on 15.2.2020.
Tuition fee and scholarships
Find all information about the tuition fees and about the possibility to request a scholarship from IBSA Foundation for Scientific Research:
The Master will start on Monday, 14 September 2020. For more detailed dates of the first three years please visit our homepage:
For those who are interested in starting their Master thesis during the third Bachelor year, we have prepared a list of more than 100 topics. Find more info on how to access the list here:
Each student will be required to attend at least two optional courses per semester. Read more on how you will be involved in the offer of optional courses:
As you can see, we are working hard to build a project that meets your expectations, a goal that we would like to achieve by regularly confronting with you and your ideas and proposals
Please feel free to contact us should you have any further questions:
Specific questions about:
- Curriculum: Monica Link, project manager
- Enrollment (from 15.11.2019): Solange Cingari, student affairs
- Master Thesis: Claudia Wyss, Dean’s office
On behalf of the Faculty of Biomedical sciences of USI