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University of Basel

Master studies in Medicine/Dental Medicine and application for continued bachelor studies in Medicine (Clinical and Dental Medicine)

The application for admission to master studies in medicine and dental medicine as well as for continued bachelor studies in medicine (majors in clinical medicine or dental medicine) is only processed with a special form that can be obtained from the Student Administration Office (from December 15 for the subsequent fall semester/application deadline February 15).

For more information, please contact the head of the Student Administration Office:
Emanuel Szadrowsky
Petersplatz 1
4001 Basel
Tel. +41 61 207 30 24
Email: emanuel.szadrowsky@unibas.ch

Special access requirements for non-Swiss students for clinical and dental medicine programs

Special requirements for the access of non-Swiss students to the Bachelor’s in Medicine or the Master's in Clinical and Dental Medicine must be fulfilled in addition to the general requirements (in keeping with the recommendations of the Swiss University Conference on the admission of non-Swiss applicants to study medicine in Switzerland from November 19, 2015). Special requirements


Continued bachelor studies in medicine (clinical and dental medicine)

In addition to the general admission regulations and the special requirements for the access of non-Swiss students (see above), the rules described in the regulations on restriction of admission for studies in medicine at the University of Basel must be observed (specifically: 4. Allocation of available university places in advanced years of study).


Master studies in medicine and dental medicine

In addition to the general admission regulations and the special requirements for the access of non-Swiss students (see above), the rules described in the regulations on admission restrictions for studies in medicine at the University of Basel (see specifically §§ 15 and 16) as well as in the respective regulations for master studies (master studies in medicine/master studies in dental medicine) must be observed.

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