Standard period of study (amount)
Overview and admission
Summer and Winter Semester
Area of study
- Health Science
- Human Medicine
Find out the causes and effects of diseases in the laboratory. The Biomedicine degree programme (BSc) combines classic medicine with the life sciences and offers an interdisciplinary degree programme with a close link between theory and practice. Biomedical research forms an important basis for medical progress and is thus regarded as a key science of our society. Located between human biology and medicine, biomedicine deals with the scientific fundamentals of health and disease. It has therefore contributed to a comprehensive understanding of the human body and the development processes of diseases, as a result of which new diagnostic methods and targeted therapies can also be developed in the future. After graduation, you will be able to apply knowledge of biomedicine in the field of basic research, applied research and development and in corresponding management areas in different professional fields, as well as to generate new solutions and findings together with other researchers. So that these can also be evaluated economically and placed in the context of biomedicine and healthcare, economic issues also form an important part of the course. The degree course is aimed at individuals with a general higher education entrance qualification who are interested in science and have an affinity for solving biomedical scientific questions using biotechnological methods. It is also aimed at students of human medicine who want to switch to a medical research-oriented approach after the first phase of study (with or without M1).
- Entitlement to study in accordance with Section 37 of the Hamburg Higher Education Act (HmbHG) or - Subject- creative entitlement to study in accordance with Section 38 of the Hamburg Higher Education Act The courses at the MSH have admission restrictions: talent, motivation and discipline count more than the grade point average on the certificate. Punctuality, good performance and commitment during the studies are of great importance.
Winter semester (2023/2024)
Application deadline for Germans and inhabitants
Deadlines for International Students from the European Union
Any time; Courses of study commence on April 1 and October 1
Deadlines for international students from countries that are not members of the European Union
Any time; Course of studies commence on April 1 and Oct. 1
Tuition fees: EUR 625/month Registration fee: one-off payment of EUR 100
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