Study programme: Human Medicine
Study Medicine at the UMCH in Hamburg
Patient-oriented and practice-oriented, science-based and with focus on innovative research: the Degree Programme in Human Medicine offers an academic education at the highest level. Once the motivation-oriented admission procedure has been successfully completed, studies can be started without waiting time. During the 6-year English-language study, students earn a total of 360 ECTS points.
Aim of the study
The main goal of the study programme is to provide students with a holistic introduction to all fields, skills and abilities relevant to the profession. This includes teaching basic knowledge about bodily functions, learning human pathology including emotional aspects as well as the acquisition of knowledge and skills needed for diagnostics, therapy, prevention and rehabilitation, and development of communication skills.
Studying in Germany
The preclinical phase takes place predominantly in Germany. The first three years of study include three modules of two weeks each, which are completed in Targu Mures. The clinical phase (third to the sixth year) can be completed in clinics from all over Germany (Option A) or in Targu Mures (Option B). The degree in human medicine consists of 6 years altogether. The language of instruction is English. Bedside-teaching in German hospitals will be held in the German language.
The study of human medicine begins annually in September. Each academic year consists of 28 weeks of teaching divided into two semesters (Autumn/Winter and Spring/Summer). The use of the European Credit Transfer Systems (ECTS) guarantees the EU-wide comparability and Bologna-conformity of the curriculum.
Start of study
Standard period of study
English/Bedside-teaching in German hospitals: German
University Targu Mures Medical Campus Hamburg, University of Medicine, Pharmacy, Sciences and Technology of Targu Mures, UMCH teaching hospitals all over Germany
The UMFST of Targu Mures and all its study programmes are accredited by the Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ARACIS).
The medical license of the EU country Romania is automatically approved throughout the EU, including Germany, on the basis of the directive on the recognition of professional qualifications. After completing their studies, graduates are also entitled to take the American State Examination (USMLE).
Wide choice of courses from the 1st academic year, e.g. neurosurgery, pain therapy, allergology, geriatrics, and many others.
School leaving qualification
Applicants with a German Abitur must have an average grade of at least 3.0.
Applicants with an IB diploma must have at least 31.5 out of 45 points.
Applicants with a Cambridge Advanced Level Certificate must have passed Biology and Chemistry (as Advanced Level) with a minimum score of B.
Applicants with other school-leaving qualifications should contact the UMCH team for information on the respective admission grade.
- English (no English certificate required)
- German (B2) for clinical internships in Germany
The application process includes a written application and a personal interview in English. Further information on the admission procedure can be found here.