Degree in Medicine

Universitat Internacional de Catalunya
In Barcelona (Spain)

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Important information

  • Secondary
  • Barcelona (Spain)
  • Duration:
    6 Years

If you are serious about becoming a doctor, consider the medical program at UIC and get on your way to a rewarding and intellectually stimulating career. The academic curriculum for the UIC’s Medicine Degree is focused on training students based on active educational methodologies with a strong emphasis on information technologies and communication. These teaching methodologies aim to train future doctors in what are known as transversal skills, including interpersonal communication skills, analysis and synthesis, the ability to work as part of a team, self learning, selective acquisition of information, developing a critical sense, etc. Studying Medicine at the UIC brings students into contact with patients from an early stage, giving them the opportunity to gain first hand experience of the health system. They will also improve their communication skills, which helps when cultivating a calm and empathetic bedside manner. Later on, students join one of the teaching units, which are accredited health centres, where they combine practical participation with guided study in the different subject areas. The program is 12 semesters in length, for a total of six years of studies.

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Where and when

Starts Location
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Immaculada, 22, 8017, Barcelona, Spain
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What you'll learn on the course

Emergency Medicine

Course programme

Emergency Medicine: Clinical History and Semiology General Pathological Anatomy Pathophysiology Pharmacology Respiratory System Surgical Physiopathology Basic Concept in Experimental Research (English) Cardiovascular System History and Philosophy of Medicine Neurology Elective 2 Subjects in course 4 Hematology Psychiatry Allergy and Clinical Immunology Endocrinology and Nutrition Medical Gastrointestinal System Surgical Gastrointestinal System Family and Community Medicine Nephrology Urology Appropriate Decision Making in Medicine Bioethics II Obstetrics and Gynecology Rational Use of Diagnostic-Therapeutic Tests Elective 3 Subjects in course 5 Traumatology and Orthopedic Surgery Dermatology Ophthalmology Otolaryngology (ENT) Pediatrics Palliative Care Medicine Clinical Oncology Forensic and Legal Medicine Geriatrics Infectious Diseases Public Health: Demography and Epidemiology Rheumatology and Systemic Diseases Elective 4 Subjects in course 6 Community Health Rotation Elective Rotation Health and Social Care Rotation Primary Care Rotation Rotation in Medical Specialities Rotation in Surgical Specialities Final Degree Project

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