International University second-level Vocational Master in

"aesthetic medicine and therapeutics"

School of Medicinal and Health Product Sciences The University of Camerino is the administrative seat of the Master, and the University of Turin

E - learning formation and videoconferences

Learners can access materials anytime, anywhere, allowing for greater flexibility in terms of pace and schedule.

Practical activities

Trainees can practice communication skills, gather medical histories, and discuss aesthetic goals with virtual patients.

Supporting teacher’s trainer’s activity

Involves providing resources, tools, and strategies to enhance their effectiveness in educating future practitioners.

Cadaver lab intensive practical course

Participants to gain hands-on experience and a deeper understanding of anatomy, injection techniques, and various procedures.

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Aim to provide participants with comprehensive knowledge, skills, and ethical principles necessary to practice aesthetic medicine effectively and responsibly. These courses often cover a range of topics related to cosmetic procedures, dermatology, and non-surgical interventions.

Intermediate test

The Master course will include intermediate tests at the end of each of the four months.

First year

Students who have paid their fees in full and attended at least 75% of the Master's activities will be eligible to sit for the first-year final exam consisting of both a written and an oral examination. 

Final exam

Upon completion of the Master's program, only those students who have paid their fees in full and have attended at least 75% of the face-to-face classes will be allowed to sit the final exam


Intermediate examinations for each module as well as the results of the final tests at the end of each year will be ranked in 30/30. The final test results in a vote based on 110/110


After completing the final exam and the course evaluation questionnaire, the Universities of Camerino and Turin, jointly, will issue a University 2nd Level Master Diploma.


Medicine and Surgery or Dentistry, members of their respective Registers, with theoretical and practical training relevant to the practice of aesthetic medicine. 

There are no institutionally recognized specialized figures in the field of aesthetic medicine, and it's aimed at those without pathologies who need to improve their appearance and eliminate imperfections.

It is important that personalized treatments like aesthetic medicine are based on adequate patient selection, and that diagnostic and treatment techniques are learned. 

A special focus should be placed on preventing and resolving any complications that may arise.