Master's Degree in
Human Medicine.

The six-semester Master's degree program in Human Medicine is 180 ECTS credits and includes mandatory classes in the human life cycle, the nervous system, sensory organs, primary care, differential diagnostics and emergency medicine. Students can select their elective courses from a wide array of subject areas. The last year of the program is clinical traineeship, giving you hands-on, real-world practice in addressing medical issues and working at different clinical departments, at a hospital, or in general medical practice. Graduates of the Master's degree program in Human Medicine are awarded the academic title Dr. med. univ.

Your Benefits

  • High-quality training according to the latest educational findings
  • Interdisciplinary and modern curriculum
  • Practical access to becoming a medical professional
  • Unique focus on healthcare research, aging research and technology


Master's Degree in
Human Medicine


Dr. med. univ.


6 Semesters


180 Credits



Recommended Study Plan

As part of the Master’s degree program, students are required to complete courses totaling 180 ECTS credits in the following areas:

Semester  S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6
Life Cycle x          
Nervous System and Sensory Organs   x        
Basic Medical Care     x      
Differential Diagnosis and Emergencies       x    
Medical Skills and Abilities x x x x    
Academic Work x x x      
Patient Care x x x x    
Mandatory Clinical Traineeship x   x      
Problem-Based Learning x x x x    
Master's Thesis     x x    
Clinical-Practical Year         x x

Admission Requirements

  • BA in Human Medicine (JKU) or a comparable undergraduate degree equivalent in scope and content
  • Admission Procedure

Contact the Admissions Office for additional information about the admission requirements.

Start Your Studies - Step-by-Step Guide

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