UMCH’s campus is situated in Hamburg’s Bahrenfeld neighborhood – also known as Science City. Bahrenfeld, which belongs to the Altona district, is one of the most attractive educational centers in Germany. It is easily accessible by car and public transportation, one of the greenest districts of Hamburg and offers a high-quality living environment.
UMCH is a branch of the University of Medicine, Pharmacy, Science, and Technology of Targu Mures (UMFST) in Romania, which offers a degree program in human medicine. UMCH enables you to study medicine – without grade-based admission restrictions, without waiting time and without having to move abroad. The campus is situated in Hamburg, one of the most attractive educational locations in Germany.
The campus offers students the most modern facilities, such as multimedia lecture halls, learning and IT areas with excellently equipped workstations.
Innovative medical technology
In laboratories with the latest medical technology and equipment, students are taught the required medical skills and have the opportunity to conduct research-based experiments. These include laboratories for biology, chemistry and microscopy.
The medical students are taught with the help of the Anatomage Table – a virtual 3D anatomy and dissection table – the most technologically advanced system for anatomy visualization. The use of this innovative technology helps medical students to explore the anatomy of the human body in a varied and vivid way. With the help of 3D representations, anatomical structures can be interactively conveyed and organs, blood vessels and nerve fibres can be viewed from every angle.
Studying at UMCH
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Years of study
Plenty of space for leisure
In addition to the UMCH Cafeteria, coffee corners, and study and lounge spaces scattered throughout the campus, students especially gather in our spacious lounge. The large, open space invites students to relax and socialize. In addition, the special ambience of the room is also used, for example, to hold the events of the ReachHigher lecture series.