Traditionally, Charité has been involved in the training of doctors and dentists. However, the university now also offers a Bachelor's Degree in Health Sciences, and eleven Master's Degrees that prepare students for managerial roles within the health care sector.
The following pages provide information about the courses we offer and how you can apply to study at Charité.
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Courses marked with a * are offered by the Berlin School of Public Health (BSPH). The BSPH is a training center that is dedicated to the field of Public Health. Since its inception, it has been offering research and practice-oriented Master's Degree programs. In 2016 a consecutive Master Program Public Health has been launched.
The BSPH was established at Charité in 2007, and was the result of a joint venture with Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin and Technische Universität Berlin. Since 2015, the BSPH has been jointly managed by Charité, Technische Universität Berlin and Alice-Salomon Hochschule.