MSH Medical School Hamburg - University of Applied Sciences and Medical University • Separate type of higher education institution • Hamburg
- Main instruction language
- Standard length of studies
- 8 semesters
- Bachelor's degree (Bachelor of Science)
- Areas of Focus
- Neuroanatomy, Neurophysiology, Neuropathology Anatomy, Neuropathology Physiology, Geriatric Psychiatry, Health Psychology, Linguistics, Otolaryngology
- Tuition fees
- 200 EUR per Month
- In semesters 1 to 6 (training-integrated study programme section), the tuition fee is EUR 200 per month.
In semesters 7 and 8 (full-time section), the tuition fee is EUR 450 per month.
One-time enrolment fee of EUR 100
- Admission requirements (Germany)
- The admission to courses at the MSH is free: 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.
Prerequisites for the training-integrated study programme section:
- General higher education entrance qualification, subject-specific higher eduction entrance qualification or the advanced technical college entrance qualification according to Art. 37 HmbHG
- Existing contract with a vocational school for speech therapy
Prerequisites for the two-semester full-time study section
- General higher education entrance qualification, general higher education entrance qualification, subject-related entrance qualification or entrance qualification for studies at universities of applied sciences according to Art. 37 HmbHG
- Successfully completed professional training as a speech therapist
- State recognition of the professional qualification
- Professional licence as a speech therapist
- Successfully completed modules of the training-accompanying study section (proof of examination results)
- Recognition of non-university modules and internships
- Admission requirements (Link)
- Admission Semester
- Winter Semester only
- Admission Mode
- Selection procedure / qualifying examination
These data have been kindly made available to the DAAD by the German Rectors' Conference.