Since 2013, the Kassel School of Medicine gGmbH oﬀers physicians a bilingual, ﬁve-year fee-based medicine study programme– the BM(EU) with a recognised degree. Together with the prestigious British University of Southampton, an innovative study program has been developed, bringing together the experience gained from two diﬀerent education and healthcare systems combined. We attach great importance to providing our students with the necessary specialist and practical skills with a focus on patients as human beings. We believe in the importance of early patient contact, the use of modern teaching methods and the acquisition of initial experience in medical research during the course of studies.
The quality of the fee-based BM (EU) Medicine Study Programme is monitored by the UK's highest regulatory authority for medical study programs, the General Medical Council (GMC). Our students are enrolled in full-time study at the University of Southampton and are involved in the continuous quality improvement process. The latest audit report is available online at the General Medical Council website.
OpenDay - Kassel School of MedicineSaturday, 29 February 2020, 10:30 amInformation Day on the Medicine Degree in Kassel at the Kassel School of Medicine in cooperation with the University of Southampton
First of all, Brexit is a political decision that does not aﬀect our teaching quality! As before, we were able to prove in audits that we provide excellent teaching and that we oﬀer high-quality study in two countries - Great Britain and Germany. For more information on how we deal with Brexit, what the KSM management thinks and what changes we expect, click here.
The Kassel School of Medicine (KSM) is a non-proﬁt GmbH (gGmbH) and thus an independent and at the same time wholly owned subsidiary of Gesundheit Nordhessen Holding AG (GNH). The management team is Dr Michael Knapp, also CEO GNH, as well as Dr Daniela Stiegel, Head of Human Resources and Legal department at GNH.
The KSM team is small but full of competence, passion and ambition. In Education Management, Mira Pﬂanz is responsible for the 3rd year of study and for the coordination of research projects, and Andrea Gerling for the 4th and 5th year of studies. To make sure our students always feel well looked after, Marion Rothbart is an important part of the team as study program advisor. The KSM team is led by Sibylle Ullrich as Lead Administration with her agile leadership style. The Foundation Year is also part of the programme and Funda Bösel is the Foundation Year Coordinator. The Foundation Year Training Program Director is Dr Med. Klaus Weber, who is also the head of the Central Emergency Department of Kassel Hospital. In addition, the care of a FSJ-student is a matter of course for the KSM team.