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Our internationally acclaimed School of Medicine and Surgery is at our Rome campus, which is also home to our famous School of Economics.

Quick Facts:

  1. Founded in 1960; The University Hospital, Policlinico Universitario “A.Gemelli” was inaugurated in 1964
  2. Campus area: over 300.000mq
  3. 2 Schools: Medicine & Surgery, Economics
  4. 43 Faculty members are listed among the Top Italian Scientists
  5. The University Hospital is ranked first for the number of national non-profit clinical trials and third for non-profit drug experimentations performed
  6. Top Italian oncologic hospital for the number of patients treated


To study in Rome is to study in the heart of a cultural yet dynamic treasure. Italy’s inspiring capital city blends the past with the present.

This majestic city is a historic bliss with a contemporary essence, containing many of the world’s most  breathtaking masterpieces from Michelangelo’s ceiling in La Cappella Sistina, to the beautiful attractions in Piazza Navona.

Rome is also well-known for its political stance, economic importance, film industry and educational platform.

But more prominently it is the home to Cattolica’s internationally acclaimed School of Medicine and Surgery which boasts an ideal affiliation with Policlinico Universitario “A.Gemelli.”

And at our Rome campus you can live and breathe the energy of Medicine and Surgery with the Policlinico Universitario A. Gemelli a part of the campus. Cattolica Medicine and Surgery students permeate their knowledge and create a positive scene as they line the corridors of the Hospital with their lab coats.

A powerful and motivating image boasting the quality of our teaching and practice.

At Cattolica’s Rome campus students will feel at home. From our on campus dorms, to the accessibility of a wide range of facilities. At Cattolica a sense of community is shaped. And if you want to break away from the studies for an afternoon, a 10 minute train ride will take you to Piazza San Pietro, located directly in front La Basilica di San Pietro in the Vatican City - the smallest independent state in the world, located entirely within the city of Rome. After visiting the Vatican City, you will easily reach Rome’s other attractions on foot.


Rome.There’s no better place to study Medicine and Surgery.

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