One focus of the Molecular Medicine programme offered by Goethe University Frankfurt will be in the fields of drug research, cardiovascular research and oncology/immunology.
Through broad professional education and teaching of different methodical and conceptional areas, students will learn to individually perform research in basic sciences as well as clinical-translational research (klinisch-translationale Forschung) in molecular medicine. The Masters program in molecular medicine will convey students the required knowledge and skills, train individual scientific thinking and lead to responsible behavior as a Scientist.
- Cardiovascular Research
- Drug research
- Tumor Immunology
- Clinical-Translational Research
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- Bachelor’s degree in Medical Science or Molecular Medicine or a degree in Human Medicine or a successfull passed comparable degree in a related or comparable study programme like f.ex. Biochemistry, Biology
- Applicants with an international university entrance qualification and Bachelor's degree must prove sufficient German language skills according to the regulations of the Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang (DSH), the German language test for university entrance.
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Semester fee: 369 EUR
Living costs for Frankfurt am Main
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