MBBS in Germany

MBBS in Germany

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Tejaswee RawalFri Jan 07 2022

If you want to study MBBS for free, then Germany is the right choice for you. MBBS in Germany is from 6 to 7.5 years long including the coursework and 1- 1.5 year-long internship.

To be precise, the duration of an MBBS Course is 6 years and 3 months for domestic students. The international students need to take an extra year taking additional language courses before entering the regular MBBS Course. Thus, for international students, the course duration is 7 years 3 months. 

The public universities in Germany offer MBBS without any tuition fees for domestic students as well as international students.MBBS degrees have achieved recognition from global bodies like United Nations Organisations (UNO) and World Health Organizations (WHO). 

 The leading institutions offering medical degrees in Germany are Medical Council of India (MCI) approved, as a result, this course is particularly famous amongst Indian students. . Some of these universities are Philips University, Humboldt University and University of Heidelberg. 

The mode of teaching or instruction for most MBBS programmes in Germany is German: only a handful and universities offer it in the English language. As a result, if you plan to get a medical degree from Germany, especially an MBBS degree, you need to prove German language proficiency. 

Why study MBBS in Germany?

  • You can get an MBBS degree- one of the most expensive courses in the whole world- for free or with minimal tuition fees. 
  • Abundant scope after passing MBBS in Germany. 
  • You can work as a licensed professional after passing the state examination. 
  • Globally recognized degree. So,upon completion, you can go to US or return back to your country and practice medicine. 

Universities offering MBBS in Germany

Rank

City of University

Name of University

1

Aachen

RWTH Aachen University*

2

Augsburg

University of Augsburg*

3

Berlin

Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin*

4

Bochum

Ruhr-Universität Bochum*

5

Bonn

University of Bonn

6

Cologne

University of Cologne*

7

Dresden

Technische Universität Dresden* - Campus Chemnitz

8

Dresden

Technische Universität Dresden - Campus Dresden

9

Düsseldorf

Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf*

10

Duisburg-Essen

University of Duisburg-Essen

11

Erlangen-Nürnberg

FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

12

Erlangen-Nürnberg

FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg/ Bayreuth

13

Frankfurt (Main)

Goethe University Frankfurt

14

Freiburg

University of Freiburg

15

Giessen

Justus Liebig University Gießen

16

Goettingen

University of Göttingen

17

Greifswald

University of Greifswald

18

Halle-Wittenberg

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

19

Hamburg

Universität Hamburg*

20

Hannover

Hannover Medical School*

MBBS Fees in Germany

Most Public Universities charge only student contribution fees (limited to €300 ) for this course. Some public Universities- Heidelberg University and the University of Freiburg charge up to €1,500 for non-EU students. 

Admission Requirements for MBBS in Germany

Application Requirements

These are the documents required to apply for MBBS in Germany-

  • Academic Transcripts and certificates of +2/ High School. 
  • 1-3 Letter of Recommendations
  • English Test Scores and German Test Scores
  • Up to date CV
  • Personal Statement/ Statement of Purpose (SOP)
  • Application fees
  • Proof of Scholarships
  • Experience if asked or explaining the gap

Admission Requirements

Academics: The specifics of the academic requirements will differ from university to university. Overall, students need to pass the intermediate level with biology, chemistry, maths and English with a minimum of the first division. 

Medical Entrance Exams: Some universities will ask you for medical entrance exams to apply for medicine or MBBS programmes. For instance, Indian students need to take NEET exams and score a bare minimum. 

German Language Proficiency

You need to present German test scores to study MBBS in most universities in Germany. These are some of the most popular and widely accepted German Language tests that you can take.  

Proof of German Proficiency

Level of Proficiency

DSH German Language Examination

DSH levels 2 or 3

Welcome@FU Welcome Program for Refugees

German language course level C1

Deutsches Sprachdiplom der Kultusministerkonferenz

KMK's German language certificate level 2

Goethe Institute certificate

Level C2

TestDaF

TDN 4

Telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule (German for University) certificate

Level C1

MBBS Details

As mentioned earlier, this course is from 5.5 to 7.5 years long. Students have to go through the following phases to successfully complete an MBBS degree in Germany. 

  • Pre-Clinical Phase of MBBS: The phase 1/ pre-clinical phase is 2 years (4 semesters) long. Only after passing the first medical licensing examination at the end of the clinical phase to proceed to the next level. 
  • Clinical Phase of MBBS: Phase 2 of MBBS in Germany also called as Clinical Phase is 3 years/6 semesters long. This is the main phase where students learn the core subjects of medical science via seminars, lectures, workshops, practicals and so on.  
  • Practical Year of MBBS: The third phase offers students hands-on job experience via internships. This clinical training is an opportunity to practically implement the theories that you have learnt before. 
  • State Examination of MBBS: Stage 2- clearing the state examination of MBBS- is an important part of pursuing an MBBS degree in Germany because only after appearing and clearing a nationally standardised examination in Germany, can you apply for a medical license and work as a certified doctor. 

MBBS in Germany: Scholarships

Scholarship

Eligibility

Benefits

Carl Duisberg Scholarship for Medical Students

Student from any developing nation with 2 years experience in Human and veterinary medicine, medical sciences, medical engineering, public health, and health economics

Covers living, travel and project costs

University Hamburg Scholarship for International Students

Any international student from a developing nation with strong academic background

EUR 1000 per month

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Scholarship

Any international student from a developing nation with strong academic background

Basic scholarship allowance: EUR 650; Family Allowance: EUR 276; Complete healthcare cost

Bachelor and Masters UDE International Scholarships

International students from developing countries enrolled in Bachelor or Masters Degree courses at the University of Duisburg-Essen

EUR 300

Scope and Career Opportunities

The average physician/ medicine salary in Germany is €69,776 / year. These are some jobs after completion of MBBS degree-

MBBS Position

Average Income in Euro

Head Physician

100,000 – 280,000 

Assistant Medical Director

100,000 – 130,000 

Specialist

65,000 – 85,000 

Assistant Doctor

48,000 – 55,000 

 

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