Neurology Winter School
Covid-19 Update: Please note that all international rotations at LMU have been canceled until further notice.
A series of tutorials, bedside teaching, communication training and lab visits
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Issues for consideration include:
- Principles of neurology and neural science
- Intersections with neurosurgery, neuroradiology and psychiatry
- Methods of diagnosis and treatment
The international students choose a field of interest for patient contact and rounds and integrate into our medical team during the whole Winter School. They hospitalize patients and discuss the anamnesis of physical examination and test results as well as the adequate treatment with their respective ward doctors or consultants.
Furthermore, specific tutorials are held which instruct the students how to discuss clinical cases in a problem-oriented and cooperative manner. Small group training sessions and seminars involve diagnostic tools in neurology, interpersonal communication, e.g. "Breaking Bad News", simulations based on standardized patients and other elements of the medical professional’s skill set. read more
Taught by eminent medical specialists, the students also receive invaluable help from their German "study buddies". read more
On weekends, there’s time to relax and enjoy what Munich and its surroundings have to offer: Students go on skiing trips together, attend a concert or a ballet, view the paintings in the Pinakothek, or visit nearby attractions such as Neuschwanstein Castle and the city of Nuremberg.
Target group / prerequisites
The elective addresses senior medical students, particularly those from LMU Partner Universities, who attend this four-week rotation together with senior medical students from LMU.
A German "study buddy" is assigned to each participant from abroad, and helps to pilot his or her partner through the complexities of hospital practice.
Upon completion of the elective, a certificate is granted to international and LMU students. In addition, the "Zeugnis über die Tätigkeit als Famulus/Famula (Certificate concerning practical clinical experience) gemäß Anlage 6 zu § 7 Abs. 4 Satz 2 ÄAppO" is granted to LMU students.
Language of tuition
2022 course dates
- Arrival international students: March 2
- Course start: March 3 (LMU students begin their "Famulatur" on February 24 in order to get credit)
- Course end: March 25
- Departure international students: March 31
Maximum number of participants
10 (including LMU students)
- € 320 tuition fee: students from LMU partner universities are eligible to apply for a Tuition Waiver
- € 200 administrative fee: non-refundable
- € 430 housing fee
Fees are due upon acceptance for the Program, by mid-January.
Participation is free for LMU students.
- Academic program
- Excursions (Munich sightseeing tour by bus, Neuschwanstein castle, city of Nuremberg, Dachau concentration camp memorial site)
- Student residence (single apartment with ensuite bathroom and kitchen)
- Medical campus cafeteria vouchers
- Public transport ticket
If you wish to cancel, please contact us immediately. Please be advised that a € 200 administrative fee will be deducted for all cancellations.
If you notify us at least 4 weeks before the start of the course, 100% of your tuition payment will be refunded. If accommodation has been booked, the deposit for the rent may not be refundable.
If you notify us less than 4 weeks before the start of the course, 50% of your tuition payment will be refunded. If accommodation has been booked, the deposit for the rent is not refundable.
If you notify us 3 days before the start of the course, 20% of your tuition payment will be refunded. If accommodation has been booked, the housing fee will is not refundable.
No refund will be made if you withdraw after the course has begun.
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The online application system for the 2022 course will re-open on August 1, 2021. Application deadline is November 1, 2021.
Supporting documents to be submitted:
The online application system for the 2022 course will re-open on August 1, 2021. Application deadline is November 2, 2021.
Supporting documents to be submitted:
Prospective applicants who have already graduated from medical school are not eligible to participate.
⇢ International students: Documents to be submitted only after you have been admitted
- Visiting Student Immunization Record (Medical certificate) required by the LMU Klinikum for all students participating in clinical rotations.
A certificate, completely filled in, is a necessary precondition for your deployment in the hospital and serves to protect both the student and the patient against infectious diseases. Your attention is drawn to the fact that a possible consequence of incomplete details or a lack of immune protection is that you will not be able to take up your deployment.
- The form includes tests and immunizations and must be filled in by your GP/attending physician.
- We request the tests are performed within 3–2 months before the beginning of the internship.
- Please note that under "Employment as…" you must enter "Medical student at a university abroad".
Under "department" you must state "Neurology". In addition, your full name as shown in your passport or identity card must be entered.
Next to the doctor’s signature, he/she must also enter his/her name and stamp the form.
Internships in Germany relating to a degree course, even in the context of the Winter School, require the approval of the Federal Employment Agency (Bundesagentur für Arbeit). LMU will obtain this approval for you.
Exception: You are a national of a Member State of the EU or one of the following countries: Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland.
The following documents are needed for this purpose, which you enclose with your online application by December 15, 2021 the latest:
- Consent to having a copy of your passport uploaded. Here you declare that you consent to having the scan or picture of your passport transmitted. Note: Alternatively, you can send a copy of your passport to the Employment Agency by post. Please let us know if you decide on this alternative.
- Evidence that the intern can support himself/herself independently. For this purpose, please submit the relevant undertaking, i.e. the guarantee provided to the Federal Employment Agency by a third party on your behalf.
PD Dr. med. Konstantinos Dimitriadis
Please send us an email if you are interested in the program so that we can provide further details or answer any questions you may have: firstname.lastname@example.org
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