The Master’s degree program in Human Medicine at the JKU Linz puts you one step closer to your goal of becoming a medical professional for a new generation.
During the Master's degree program in Human Medicine, you will complete mandatory classes in the areas of the human life cycle, the nervous system, sensory organs, basic medical care, differential diagnostics, and medical emergencies. In addition, you have a wide choice of electives, such as
We are constantly expanding the selection of electives.
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.
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The Master's degree program in Human Medicine gives you the skills and capabilities you need to become a medical professional:
Requirements for the Master’s degree program:
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Students in the Master's degree program in Medicine are required to complete a mandatory 8-week clinical internship, opens in new window as well as your 48-week clinical traineeship.
In order to be admitted to the Master's degree program, you must fulfill the following requirements.
Here is a step-by-step guide to the admissions procedure beginning with registering for the entrance examination to paying tuition fees! We have also summarized everything you need to know about the admissions procedure for you.
If you would like to learn more about the Master's degree program in Human Medicine, we strongly recommend taking a look at the curriculum. In addition, we have separately summarized a few details for you.
After completing your graduate degree, you can continue your education by pursuing an advanced degree: