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Studying at Charité
Almost 7,500 students are currently enrolled on degree courses at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin. They are being prepared to contribute to the future of medicine through research and clinical practice, and offer the general public the highest-quality health care possible.
At Charité, students have the opportunity to get involved in student councils and committees, enabling them to have their say in the continuous development of teaching and learning; some of the greatest contributions include the introduction of the Revised Medical Curriculum in 1999, and the New Revised Medical Curriculum in 2010.
Find out more about the range of courses offered at Charité on the following pages, and discover just what makes our medical school so special.