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.
How are medical studies at UMCH designed? Which optional courses does UMCH offer?
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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.
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Only those who keep themselves physically fit can achieve full performance in their studies and later in their working lives and deliver a top performance. Therefore, the curriculum includes compulsory sports lessons that take place at a cooperating modern sports complex which is located in the immediate vicinity of the campus in Hamburg. Those sports lessons are free of charge for UMCH students.
The association Aktive Freizeit e. V. (VAF) and its accompanying recreational sports facility are located in the immediate vicinity of the UMCH campus. In an area of more than 3,000 m², the multifunctional sports facility offers a 25-meter swimming pool (28 °C), a spacious wellness area, three gymnasiums, a spinning room and the TÜV-certified “Studio für gesunde Fitness” fitness center. An extensive program of courses rounds off the package, ranging from tension to relaxation, from classic to dynamic.
VAF offers special conditions to UMCH students for the use of its recreational sports facility. Our students do not have to pay registration fees and receive a 10 % discount on membership and course fees. This does not apply to special offers.
The following memberships are possible: fitness studio incl. use of swimming pool and sauna, only use of swimming pool, only fitness center subscription with 60 courses.
Students need to register directly at VAF with their UMCH student card. Interested students can take part in a free trial session in the course area. Registration is required under +49 (0) 40 89060150 for a cost-free trial in the “Studio für gesunde Fitness”.
UMCH students have the option of taking advantage of comfortable and modern student apartments in Hamburg-Wandsbek. In cooperation with Uninest Student Residences, UMCH offers the possibility of living in one of 328 studios at the “Navale” location. The studios are located in a modern building complex only 100 meters from the Wandsbeker Chaussee train and underground station. A large shopping center is just a short walk away. All studios are fully furnished – including bathroom and kitchenette. There are also several common rooms with soccer tables, bar, and lounge where students can enjoy their leisure time. Further information about the student apartments can be found here.