Information on the transition PO2014 - PO2023
From the winter semester 2023/24, first-year students will be enrolled in the new examination regulations (PO 2023). Here we inform students in the previous examination regulations (PO 2014) about all important topics concerning the new examination regulations.
- (opens in new tab) Information on Physics I and II (B.Sc. etit PO 2014)
- (opens in new tab) Information on KTS Praktikum (M.Sc. etit PO 2014)
Specialisations and focal points
From your 3rd semester onwards, you can choose a specialisation in your degree programme. The specialisation helps you to specialise in a certain field of your studies. Different specialisations are available depending on the degree programme.
In the “Downloads” section you will find the study plans for all specialisations as well as an overview of all modules that can be taken.
B.Sc./ M.Sc. MedTech: Important information for participation in all module courses at the Frankfurt-Niederrad Campus (Frankfurt University Hospital)
Information on measles protection according to the German Protection against Infection Act (Infektionsschutzgesetz)
Measles protection according to the Infection Protection Act has been in effect since March 2020 and is mandatory for all students at the Niederrad Campus. This means that you must provide us with proof of your measles protection in order to attend courses.
The aim of the law is to improve individual protection against measles, especially for people who regularly come into contact with others in healthcare facilities. Thus, in the medium to long term, the global goal of the WHO is to completely eliminate measles. More information on this can be found on the . pages of the Federal Ministry of Health
People are considered protected if they have received two measles vaccinations in their lifetime or have serologically proven immune protection.
Please contact your family doctor in this regard. The measles vaccination is usually covered by the statutory health insurance as a catch-up vaccination.