With Charité abroad: broaden your horizons
Internationalization doesn´t only mean that we win students and colleagues from abroad for Charité. It means also that, and we encourage you, dear colleagues, to go abroad. The goal is for you to supplement your specialized knowledge and skills and to strengthen your intercultural competences and language skills.
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Let's go Chicago!
The medical faculty of Chicago Northwestern University, the Feinberg School of Medicine, in cooperation with Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin is offering interested graduates, doctors and researchers the opportunity to undertake further training and research in Chicago, USA. Both long-term and short-term programs are available.
Information about your opportunity in Chicago is available here.
International Physician Scientist Training Program (PSTP) und International Clinical Fellowships
The Feinberg School of Medicine also offers additional long term perspectives for interested doctors from the Charité:
- International Clinical Fellowships
- International Physician Scientist Training Program (PSTP) Residents
Details of these programs are available online.
Enrichment of competencies overseas
In research, international networks and experiences abroad are something that is standard. For teaching, health care and administration professionals, exchanges abroad are somewhat more limited. Precisely here that we would like to affirm to you and to encourage you to start your own experiences.
The purpose is to support you as employees of Charité in your professional evolution. Furthermore, the goal is to enable better understanding and exchanges with foreign colleagues, students and patients. Your specialized, intercultural and language skills make us diverse and allows us to live to the challenges of a globally connected world.
You have a large range of possibilities
Thanks to Erasmus, Europe is open to you as well as other selected countries and Institutions from the other continents. Our bilateral partnerships offer the possibility to be linked to America, Asian, Australia and Africa.
Do you want to get clinically involved? Take a look at our clinical partnerships and get in touch with the corresponding coordinators.