FAQ

Answers to the most commonly asked questions about the programme

What are the requirements for the Molecular and Technical Medicine degree programme?

There are no particular requirements, however an interest in the natural sciences (biology, chemistry, physics and maths) and medical subjects (anatomy, physiology) is important.

I didn't do much maths/physics/chemistry at school. How can I tell if it's good enough?

That is difficult to say. Success in these subjects depends a lot on the individual student, how much effort they make and their existing knowledge. If necessary, tutorials and extra exercises in the relevant subject are offered. We can also help to organize private tutoring.

What grade do I need to get in (Numerus clausus)?

There is no specific grade. The average grade for acceptance until now was between 1.9 and 3.0, but this is dependent upon the number and qualifications of the applicants for any given semester. It's worthwhile to apply in any case.

If the number of applicants exceeds the number of free study places, after deducting the advance quota, 90% of the study places are allocated according to the university's own selection procedures and 10% are allocated to those on the waiting list.

Is there a students facebook page?

Yes, Facebook (MLS-Times). This page is run by students and professors and shows news from the Faculty.

Here you will also find information "for students from students".

Can I have grades from other programmes or work experience accredited for this study programme?

Yes, under certain conditions, after being checked by the Faculty Examination Board.

Is it possible to transfer from another programme?

It is possible to transfer from another programme provided there are free places. The preferred starting semester should be noted in the application form. Decisions are made on an individual basis.

Is there a suitable master's programme?

Yes, our two master's programmes: Medical Diagnostic Technologies (M.Sc.) and Technical Physician (M.Sc.) can be taken, either directly after graduating with a bachelor's, or after a period of work experience. The master's programmes start once a year in the winter semester.