Successfully to medical studies without NC waiting time. Our success rate of earlier years is over 90%.
Our motivation: to support prospective students
The HUMANITAS Medical College follows a defined concept developed by leading education experts of the international university marketing and science transfer in Germany. This clearly defines our goal: How do we want to support young people on their way to a medical university place?
As experienced experts from the field of medicine are at work here, we know exactly what is important in practice and what challenges await future students. With this knowledge, the pre-semester is designed in such a way as to provide the best conditions for a smooth graduation.
Our motivation is to support participants on their way to studying and to be a reliable and professional contact person and to facilitate entry.
Our idea: A medical course before the study
We asked ourselves the question of how to effectively improve the chances of a medicine study place. In addition, we asked ourselves how to get started in the course of studies. Last but not least, the question of how to find out at an early stage, whether the study is at all the right way for one without having to break off.
The answers led us to the idea: a pre-medical course. In this course, the aim is to acquire the first knowledge, to be a step ahead of the start of the study and to know exactly what is expected. In addition, participants are prepared for interviews and examination tests, so that you are sure and successful in your application.
Our mission: giving valuable knowledge for the future
The knowledge transfer is naturally, an essential part of the pre-medical course. Therefore, our curriculum covers medical as well as natural sciences with a theoretical and a practical part.
In order to set standards here, we work with a team of over 60 lecturers who have founded their own anatomical institute. The rooms offer a lot of brightness, have a pleasant size and thus create a first-class learning environment.
That is why we are particularly proud of the high-standing image we enjoy both at home and abroad. Universities consider the HUMANITAS certificate to be more relevant than the Abitur (equivalent to british A-level) average. This in turn is good for our participants.
In addition to tourism, the medical and pharmaceutical industry is one of the most important industries in the city. As a “World City of Culture” and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, “City of Design”, Berlin has a lot to offer and enjoys an excellent reputation for its universities and research facilities.
The Deutsche Zentralbibliothek für Medizin is also located here, providing science, research, students and other interested persons with specialist literature and information.
As the location of the German Research Center for Health and the Environment (HMGU), Munich is a perfect place for medical education and research.
In Frankfurt, one can also follow the footsteps of the famous physician and researcher Paul Ehrlich, who spent an important part of his life in this city and developed the world’s first chemotherapeutic drug.
Of course you can also find out all about Frankfurt’s most famous child and city honorary citizen, the poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
Many renown medical professionals conducted their researches in Hamburg whose knowledge we still use to this day. Like Hermann Kümmel (discovered the importance of antisepsis in surgery) or the founder of radiology in germany – Heinrich Albers-Schönberg.