Fachbereich 05 - Medizinische Fakultät at the Uni Münster
- Albert-Schweitzer-Campus 1, Gebäude A6
- 48129 Münster
- Phone: +49 251 83-58900
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Special features regarding teachingInstitute of Medical Training and Academic Affairs (IfAS) – core philosophy: "Creating value through appreciation", in other words, individual supervision in the smallest possible cohorts (half-year admission); Modularised reformed curriculum with the core objectives: Knowledge, decision-making, (re)action, high degree of practice orientation, for example, through MS academic hospital; Learning centre for an individualised medical training and development (Limette); Curricular e-learning; Mandatory ultrasound courses; POL
Special features regarding the international orientationPermanently installed international department in the Institute of Medical Training and Academic Affairs; Providing individual and cooperative stays abroad in the clinical study phase in European and non-European countries; Support for the feasibility of nursing internships, medical traineeships and practical-year tri-semesters abroad; ‘Internationalisation at home’ in the form of sponsorship programmes or similar; Integration of foreign exchange students in the normal course of studies; International appointments; Teaching in English also outside of graduate colleges
Exchange universities for stay abroadsDokkyo Medical School, Japan; Universität Cardiff, GB; Universität Rom, Italien; Universität Padova, Italien; Universität Kopenhagen, Dänemark; Universität Krakau, Polen; Univeristät Paris, Frankreich; Universität Basel, Schweiz; Universität Valencia, Spanien; Wien, Österreich; Lissabon, Portugal
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsProject by the Institut für Ausbildung und Studienangelegenheiten on studying medicine with disabilities; regular consultation hours and information material available, specific adjustments to learning, working and examination conditions, offer of standard assistive and technical equipment and personal assistance for students with disabilities, regular meetings to exchange information and experiences.
Characteristics of diversity advancementUniversity facilities offer a range of different workshops relating to gender and diversity. (link: https://www.medizin.uni-muenster.de/sfb-1009/gender-diversity/ ; The International Office offers continuing education courses for all employees of the WWU in the field of dialogue between cultures and cultural diversity. (link: http://www.uni-muenster.de/InternationalOffice/weiterbildung/)
Other special featuresOpened in 2016, Germany’s only ‘Learning Centre for Individualised Medical Activity Training and Development’ (Limette) with 24 ‘mini’ patient rooms arranged in the form of 12 pieces of pie around a central observation room. In particular, investigation, thought, action and decision processes in the sense of ‘clinical reasoning’ are to be taught and examined. Central teaching building with modern multimedia technology; Medi Campus Lounge; Newly inaugurated Pathology-Anatomy-Neuropathology (PAN) Centre Under construction: MedForCe
Further information on research activitieswww.medizin.uni-muenster.de/fakultaet/forschung/
Further information about study entry phasehttps://medicampus.uni-muenster.de/interessierte.html
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