The Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (UCSC), founded in 1921, includes four campuses (Milano, Brescia, Piacenza-Cremona, Roma), 14 faculties, 52 three-year major tracks, 42 graduate level degrees, 1 four-years degree, over 100 master tracks, 53 specializations and 5 Postgraduate Schools.
The Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (www.unicatt.it), founded in 1921, includes four campuses (Milano, Brescia, Piacenza-Cremona, Roma), 14 faculties, 52 three-year major tracks, 42 graduate level degrees, 1 four-years degree, over 100 master tracks, 53 specializations and 5 Postgraduate Schools covering the understanding and study of those topics that have proved vital to the well being of each human being: the new frontiers of economics, bioethics, environmental recuperation, developments in the judicial fields, family dynamics, major mass phenomena, the evolution of political systems, new horizons in medicine, the technological applications of physics and mathematics, and the most recent discoveries in environmental research.
The University plays a pivotal role in the Italian community through the Medical School, established in Rome in 1961, with the teaching hospital Fondazione Policlinico Universitario Agostino Gemelli (www.policlinicogemelli.it), that represents almost 10% of the entire productive capacity of Lazio Regional Health Service with almost 100’000 patients cared every year and 1559 Beds (of which 203 daily hospital + 37 for rehabilitation).
The School of Medicine is at present a world-class training ground for future leaders in medical research and practice - including every modern medical discipline as well as some of the most respected medical scholars all over the world - public health, and biomedical science. The School of Medicine is leader in Italy for patient centeredness, continuity of care, appropriateness of care, coordination and cooperation with other medical centres/healthcare organizations and their multiple stakeholders. It has developed and implemented Personalized organisational and management models to deliver more effective, efficient and personalised health services through Innovative Integrated Care pathways which involve relevant stakeholder of the territory (vertical and horizontal integration).