Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Berlin, Germany
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin is wholly-owned by the Federal State of Berlin, and records a turnover of €1.6 billion per annum.



As a research and teaching university, Charité is a driver of innovation and is guided by a deep sense of responsibility. Many pioneering developments originally started their journey at Charité. Producing innovations that will be used in the prevention and treatment of diseases is the aim of all of our research efforts.

Master's Programmes

Medicine & Health (3)
Natural Sciences & Mathematics (3)


Housing services

Berlin is one of the cheapest major European cities to live in. There is plenty of housing suitable for all budgets.

Medical services

Most students will be insured at student rates (55 Euros/ month) with a public German insurance carrier. Policies will be signed during orientation.

Students from European Union countries can bring the E128 form from their insurance carrier at home and have it recognized at any German public insurer.

Student Life

Student clubs

Student committees represent the interests of all students enrolled on courses in a specific subject. They ensure that the interests of students are heard in Faculty committees, and that students are involved in the decision-making process. They also show that they share responsibility for the quality of study conditions.