The Integrated Master’s Course in Medicine lasts 6 years (12 semesters) and comprises 360 credits. Each year of study comprises 60 credits: 54 credits from compulsory subjects and 6 credits from optional subjects.
During their studies, the student acquires skills specific to the field of medicine, as follows:
These skills enable the graduate to carry out professional work and tasks in the field of medicine; at the same time, they enable them to undertake further advanced specialist study or continue on towards a doctorate (3rd level). A graduate of the course acquires the title of Doctor of Medicine (dr. med.).
Up to one year after completing the course, the graduate may take the Clinical Comprehensive Science Examination (CCSE).