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Studying Medicine in Germany or Medical Education in Germany
There is hardly any other career plan that is more flexible and more reliable at the same time. There is a wealth of opportunities open to graduates in medicine: besides employment in a hospital or in general practice, there are also jobs in research, in industry, in the public health service or in management consulting.
The practical and high-quality training at enjoys an excellent reputation internationally and is integrated into a network of hospitals, universities, research institutes and business enterprises. Teaching, patient care and research therefore form an integrated whole from which everyone involved benefits – especially the students.
An excellent knowledge of German is vital to find a job as a doctor in a hospital in Germany. Our premium quality language courses can provide the applicant quickly and efficiently with the knowledge, he/she will need in order to apply for the license to practice medicine.

The training to become a medical specialist is done “on the job” in a hospital as an assistant doctor. The average annual salary or stipend for an assistant doctor who has not gained any prior experience as a medical specialist amounts to 60, 000 € (pre-tax) and will rise quickly afterwards.

Medical training in Germany takes a minimum of six years, including two pre-clinical, three clinical and one practice year as an assistant doctor. There is a quota for international medical students at German universities (roughly 8 percent of all seats) and fees are not higher as per Germany’s Education Policy so medical studies in Germany are quite affordable compared to most other countries.

Admission Process in Germany for Medication Education

We at International Medical Edu Services (IMES) make medical admission process very simple with our expert & recognized services.

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