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Studying Medicine in Germany

The system of study  in Germany is not splitted into undergraduate and postgraduate studies as in the United States of America and in the UK. At German universities  a first academic degree (Diplom/Magister/Staatsexamen) can be obtained after 5 to 7 years of specific study and it is regarded as the equivalent internationally as a master’s degree. In Germany it takes 6 years to complete human medicine under the German State Examination system (Staatsexamen ). In reality it can take 7-8 years. The admission for human medicine studies in Germany is restricted,  the so-called numerus clausus.

Studying Costs: Normally state-maintained higher education institutions do not charge tuition fees

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DAAD offers Information on all aspects of Studying in Germany: university guide, scholarship database, living in Germany, Enrolment conditions for different countries, FAQ and more.  

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