Study Bachelors in Medicine in Germany
  • Eduzeit
  • 5 months ago

Germany has long been considered one of the world's best education destinations. A lot of this can be credited to this nation's high-class universities and world-class professors. Along with this, Germany is also home to state-of-art research facilities in the world. When you combine all of this, you naturally get the best environment for learning.
There are many programs you can learn in this global education destination, among which Medicine is one of the best. The combination of advanced research facilities, world-class lecturers, and a globally renowned education program makes studying a Bachelor of Medicine in Germany worthwhile, especially for recent High school graduates.
But how do you study for a Bachelor of Medicine in Germany? Before answering this question, let's take a general overview and some general requirements.
Along with this, we would also like to announce that if you plan to study in Germany, you better apply soon.
 

Application Date for Medicine in Germany

There is good and bad news regarding the application date for medicine in Germany. If you aim to study MBBS in Germany, the sad news is that you are too late. The last date of application for MBBS as per NEET-UG 2022 was May 6th.
If you are among those who have sent your application and are waiting for the exam date, then the entrance examination of MBBS is on July 17th (Sunday) as per NEET-UG 2022.
Apart from this, the general admission deadline for Bachelors in Medicine in Germany is July 16th. That said, although you can study Medicine in Germany without taking any other course, some Universities may require you to take an IMAT (International Medicine Admission Test).
If your university requires this test, you still have plenty of time since the examination date for 2022 is set for September 13th.
 

Structure of Medicine Education in Germany

Unlike other forms of education in Germany, there are no bachelor's or master's programs in Germany for Medicine. Rather, the medicine course is divided into four stages and lasts for a total of six years.
This means that once you complete this course, you can directly get a medical license and start your medical practice. So what are these stages?

Stage 1: Pre-Clinical Phase

Pre-clinical Phase is a two-year/four-semester phase. Here you will be taught the basic clinical knowledge and practices. While this may seem like a long time for just basic medical knowledge, you need to remember that the graduates of this course will deal with vital oils and medicines. A small mistake can ruin someone's life. Therefore, they need to learn many things to build a strong base.

Stage 2: Clinical Phase

You proceed to the clinical phase after completing the pre-clinical phase and being competent with the essential clinical knowledge. This three-year/six-semester phase of Medicine in Germany focuses on the core subjects of medicine. Here you will learn all about the medical practices and core knowledge regarding all major fields of medicine. The information you will need to learn, and retail will increase in volume and complexity.

Stage 3: Practical Year

This is the final year of your medicine course in Germany. This year, you will slowly turn your theoretical knowledge into practical aspects. Here you will teach surgery, internal medicine, and an elective subject.
In other words, you slowly develop the base for all the practical skills you may require for your future medical endeavors. Because of this, this phase is also known as medical training in Germany. 

Stage 4: State Examination 

After you learn everything you need to learn, you need to give an examination. If you graduate from this examination, you can proceed to prepare for your medical license (Approbation).
The entire process of giving the examination can take a bit over three months.
As a side note, you should note that the entire course is taught in the German Language. So you need a high level of German Language proficiency.
 

Requirements to Study Bachelors in Medicine in Germany

We have mentioned that you need high German Language proficiency to study Medicine in Germany. Since this is a rather difficult education program, the requirements to study Medicine in Germany are high.
The first thing you need to study medicine in Germany is a strong score on tests such as TestDaF, DSH, and other equivalent examinations. Besides this, you will also need:

  • University Entrance Qualification along with School Leaving Certificate
  • Grade 10th and 12th Mark Sheet
  • Proof of Birth Certificate
  • Medical Certificate
  • Passport Size photo
  • NEET Rank Card
  • Passport 
  • Blank Receipt
  • Official invitation letter from German Medical University
  • Letter of Approval from Germany
  • Student Visa

The education requirements for studying Medicine in Germany will differ from University to University. However, it would generally be helpful if you scored above 75% in the science stream in your +2 aggregate.

Along with these, you also require a decent financial backup and good German language comprehension. While the minimum level of acceptance is the B1 Level of German Language, most Universities still prefer ones with a B2 level of German Language compatibility. 

Because of this, you would get a better chance of getting into a German Medical University if you complete a C1 or higher level of German Language in Nepal or other non-EU-related countries.

How much does it cost to study bachelors in medicine in Germany?

Now that you know the requirements to study medicine in Germany, how about the cost? Since Medicine does not have a Bachelor's or Master's degree but is a separate course on its own, it follows a slightly higher cost system. That said, the general difference between Public and Private Universities still applies, with education in Private universities being significantly more expensive.
Suppose you plan to study Medicine in Germany in the federal state of Baden-Wurttemberg. In that case, you will need to pay significantly less as each semester here can be completed within 1500 euros. This naturally is the cost of studying medicine in Germany in Public Universities.
However, if you plan to study Medicine in Germany at any other location, then depending on the universities, the cost of studying this course in Public Universities in Germany may be between the ranges of 5000 Euros to 16000 Euros per semester.
As we mentioned before, medicine is an expensive course to study in Germany. When you add in the cost of living in Germany to the cost of studying medicine, it will be high. This is why a lot of German Education agencies refer you towards making a blocked account in Germany for your education in Germany.

Best Medical University in Germany

We will not stay here for long because we have already discussed the Top Universities in Germany. If you want to know more about the best private or public universities in Germany, please do check them out.
However, as for now, the following is the list of some of the best Medical University in Germany:

  • Heidelberg University
  • Rwth Aachen University
  • Lübeck University
  • Witten/Hercke University
  • Magdeburg University
  • Münster University
  • Würzburg University
  • Tübingen University
  • Freiburg University
  • Leipzig University

These are some of the best universities where you can study in Germany.

Job Prospects after studying Medicine in Germany

Although studying medicine in Germany is tough, the rewards are just as good. If you graduate from studying medicine in Germany, you can get any number of people to hire you. Medicine professionals are welcome in just about any country and get paid decently. Furthermore, you can advance your education and become a specialist. Although this will take another five to six years, you will earn a lot more after you graduate from a higher level of Medicine. 
Your salary will depend on what you specialize in and your position. This can range anywhere from 50,000 Euros to 100,000 Euros per year.

Conclusion

Studying Medicine in Germany is among those few courses you can join directly without any preparatory courses. You do not need to join Studienkolleg; your admission will mostly depend on your past score and German Language proficiency. This can be somewhat of an issue for those weak in language.
Studying medicine courses in Germany is hard, and you need to cram in a lot of knowledge. However, if you graduate from this course, you will have a bright prospect ahead.
We hope this was helpful for you. And as always, thank you for reading till the end!

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