Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin is a private German medical school whose central building is located in the capital of the country. The name Charité means “charity”, and the mission of its employees: “Research, training, healing, help” - in the field of scientific research and in training the medical personnel of the future. The university has long been in the top 100 most respected in Germany, and Berlin’s reputation is firmly tied to advanced healthcare practices. The Charite Clinic is a medical faculty of two universities at once: Humboldt University and Free University of Berlin - and it trains more than 7,000 students, more than 1,000 of whom have come to comprehend the wisdom of medicine from other countries.
The Charité Clinic appeared in the center of Berlin three centuries ago: at first it was a plague hospital, then a hospice, a hospital for the poor and, finally, an educational center, where the latest developments in the field of neurology, immunology, infectious diseases and otolaringic diseases are now being implemented. Composition of the Berlin Medical University Charite:
The study of the diseases of the elderly associated with degenerative diseases of the brain, dementia, has become a specific, relevant area in Campus Benjamin Franklin's field of activity. The Campus Virchow Clinic deals with cardiovascular diseases, oncology, pediatrics and youth medicine. In fact, the equipment and scientific composition of the clinic staff allows to treat almost any diagnosis, even in a difficult stage. Approximately 1000 research projects allow the clinic to maintain its leading position in Germany. More than 50% of those who received the Nobel Prize for achievements in medicine and physiology are graduates of Charité, including Robert Koch.
Dozens of branches of this largest, oldest European medical complex are engaged in research and development of methods for combating the most common diseases using the scientific experience of more than two hundred professors teaching future doctors at universities. Every year, the Charit Clinic receives inpatient care and outpatient treatment for almost a million patients who are served by 10,400 employees, observing high medical standards and respect for the patient.
A graduate diploma from Berlin University Charité opens the doors of the best hospitals in the world. The clinic itself is one of the largest employers in Berlin. In the framework of the four faculties there are 19 courses of study + the university develops its own programs. The bachelor’s degree program in health sciences teaches theoretical and practical skills from across the spectrum. The study is usually completed within six semesters, when a total of 180 credit points are earned under the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). Admission is held annually during the winter semester.
Having received a doctoral degree, you confirm that you have the qualifications for in-depth independent scientific work. A successful doctoral degree is usually a prerequisite for an academic career. Research areas:
The International Charité Academy (ChIA) Berlin offers various summer schools, language courses, as well as options for further education for doctors and scientists:
Berlin is a city where people of different nationalities and religions get along very well, a city of many cultures. On the streets of the metropolis it is not difficult to find a lot of cafes and eateries that serve the usual food for a foreigner, including Russian cuisine. The cost of living on campus or in apartments is about $ 652-1237 per month.
Submission of applications: from June 1 to July 15.
Tuition is 2500 € per semester. Current expenses for one month will be about $ 1,200.
Applicants without higher education who wish to study in undergraduate specialties must prove that they have worked for at least three years in one of the above-mentioned medical specialties.
|Language courses, schools and children's language camps||Primary and secondary education - private schools||Preparation programmes for entering universities - higher education||Higher education (after completing accredited programs A-level, IB, High School) - Bachelor, Master, MBA|
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