International Graduate Program Medical Neurosciences
As mentioned above: Before applying for admission to the program, interested students need to secure a PhD project, supervision and funding within one of the research groups involved in the program.
Nevertheless, should you wish to pursue this option, let us suggest a few things:
Once you have secured a faculty member for endorsement, submit your application according to the list below.
Please either name the documents with a number according to the list below, or put it into the proposed order if you submit one document.
Once you have submitted your application, you will have to sit an admission's test assessing your neuroscience background. Depending on your performance in this test, you may be required to attend certain lectures of the Master program during your PhD studies.
Bear MF, Connors BW and Paradiso MA (2006), "Neuroscience: Exploring the Brain" Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
Naish J, Revest P and Court DS (2009), "Medical Science" Elsevier. [Neuroscience part]
To complete the admission's porocess, you need to present yourself and your project before the admission's and examination's committee.
Only after having completed all steps 1 to 4 can you matriculate (enroll) as PhD student and receive your student ID.
Required documents to present at Promotionsbüro of Charité:
• Letter of admission issued by the program office
• The original thesis agreement (Promotionsvereinbarung) signed by you and your supervisor
• Master diploma or equivalent and certified translation if the document is neither in German nor English
• Official recognition by ZAB of degrees awarded outside Germany