The international master´s program of Molecular Medicine with an English spoken curriculum started in 2012.
To study successfully in our one year consecutive Master's programme, applicants need basic knowledge in immunology, infectious diseases, oncology, and neurosciences including acquired
knowledge/practical skills about common laboratory methods.
In addition to the completed application form, the minimum graduate admission requirements are:
- Bachelor's degree/first degree in molecular medicine or a recognised equivalent from an accredited institution with 240 ECTS points and with a final grade of at least 3.0 in the German grading system; equivalence is tested by the selection committee
- at least six credits in each of the following subjects: Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Oncology and Neurosciences
- official proof of English language proficiency
- an "Allgemeine Hochschulzugangsberechtigung (HZB)", i.e., a general qualification for university entrance. Foreign certificates must be verified by the relevant public authority as comparable
- a curriculum vitae (CV)
- a letter of motivation (optional, a maximum of 2 A4 pages)
Applicants must provide proof of their English skills (level of C1 or above according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). Proof of English language skills can be demonstrated on the basis of
- Internet-based TOEFL (TOEFL iBT)
- Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English Test
- Language certificate from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in accordance with the levels of language competence of the Common European Framework of Reference and the UNIcert System
Other documentation of language of instruction will not be accepted.
Exceptions: some students applying for Master's courses may be exempt from submitting formal testevidence:
- Applicants whose first language/mother tongue is English.
- Applicants who have gained 30 ECTS in lectures/modules taught in English as part of a degree course in an EU/EEA country or in Switzerland. The language of instruction of each module must be clearly stated on official documents.
- Applicants with a Bachelor's degree in a closely related subject area taught exclusively in English.
- Applicants with a first degree taught exclusively in English.
- Applicants who have gained 30 ECTS (or equivalent) in lectures/modules taught in English as part of a degree course in Great Britain, Ireland, Malta, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica, or English-speaking parts of Canada. The language of instruction must be clearly stated in official documents.
- Applicants with a formal university entrance qualification gained through instruction in English.
About the School
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