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Of course, it is the diversity of contacts and scientific networks of the individual researchers that represents the global profile of Charité. In addition, at an institutional level, Charité systematically promotes international networking through strategic partnerships, institutional networks, research cooperations and clinical partnerships.
Charité has a network of partner institutions worldwide. Depending on the partner and our agreements with them, there are opportunities for student exchanges, research cooperation and clinical collaborations. The International Affairs office can advise on the legal requirements in setting up further arrangements. Here you will find an overview about our current cooperations at an institutional Level.
In addition to the list below, many more collaborations are maintained between scientists and physicians at Charité on an individual level directly with their respective partners.
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Charité has a network of partner institutions worldwide. Depending on the partner and our agreements with them, there are opportunities for student exchanges, research collaborations, and clinical collaborations. The Academic Foreign Exchange Office will provide you with advice on the legal requirements for setting up further collaborations. Here you will find an overview of our current collaborations at the institutional level.
In addition, many other collaborations exist between Charité scientists and physicians on an individual level. The contacts are made directly with the respective partners.
Please vist us here.
Berlin - Nairobi Global HEART Program
The Berlin - Nairobi Global HEART Program combines Health Research, Exchange and Training. Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin and the Berlin School of Public Health (BSPH) cooperate with the University of Nairobi - Medical School and School of Public Health (UoN). The program started in 2021 with a duration of four years and aims to promote collaboration and exchange on global health research topics between Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin and University of Nairobi.
The project is supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and funding is from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) within the framework of the DAAD PAGEL program.
For more information please visit us here: Nairobi Global Heart.
Programs with Oxford, Melbourne and Singapore in cooperation with Berlin University Alliance (BUA)
Berlin University Alliance
With the inception of the Berlin University Alliance (BUA), consisting of the Free University of Berlin, the Humboldt University of Berlin, the Technical University Berlin and Charité – Universtitätsmedizin Berlin, the new partnership has set out long term goals towards intergrated research areas in Berlin.
In December 2017, the University of Oxford and the BUA partners signed a joint Memorandum of Understanding underpinning the establishment of a comprehensive, academic collaboration. The partnership is one of three current BUA strategic partnerships and enjoys a multilateral character, linking the strengths of the BUA in all research fields with those of the University of Oxford.
The partnership strives to support joint research undertakings, increased student and staff mobility and the development of structures fostering best practice e.g. fundraising, citizen science and technology transfer. It thus seeks to enhance existing synergies between the five institutions, whilst simultaneously encouraging new formats for collaboration.
The University of Melbourne and BUA are set to bring out supporting programs for their mutually collaborative research projects.
Building upon the already existing partnership which began in October 2018, the aim of the partnership will build on the existing partnerships and connections between the five Universities to support future research cooperations. To achieve this goal of greater integration and support, a funding program of EUR 500,000 has been established, which is open to scientists of all disciplines.
Within their new partnership, the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the BUA are seeking to strengthen their relationship and collaboration.The initial goal is to support new and innovative research projects in their efforts to generate external funding.
Erasmus Exchange Program
Incoming: Erasmus at Charité
The Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Joint Medical Faculty of Freie Universität and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) cooperates with 71 partner universities within the ERASMUS program.
Medical students from ERASMUS partner institutions should contact their local ERASMUS representative first to inquire about application procedures. As soon as approval is given, the application to the Charité can begin.
For more information on the Incoming Students
Outgoing: Go abroad with Erasmus
The Erasmus programm also offers multiple possibilities for students to go for one or more semesters and complete a study program at a Charité Partner University. For medical students it is best to go abroad after the 7. semester.
There are also many exchange opportunities for bachelor and master students at the Charité.
For more information on the mit Erasmus ins Ausland
The diversity network is an open group in which all employees and students are encouraged to explore the diversity in their lives. Further information is available at diversity-netzwerk.charite.de