Medical School Hamburg de

Partners (institutional) name Medical School Hamburg
Role in the project Operational project partner
Responsible person (for the project) Bettina Lukesch
Address Kaiserkai 1, 20457 Hamburg, Germany
Main activity in the project
Main area of work concerning Early Inclusion
The MSH Medical School Hamburg is the first private, state-approved university for health and medicine in Hamburg. 
It was founded in 2009 by the CEO of the university, Ilona Renken-Olthoff, and started its programme in 2010 with six courses at the faculty of health. In 2013 a second faculty (the faculty of human sciences) was founded. As of 2014 the university contains approximately 1.500 students within 11 Bachelor’s and 8 Master’s degree programmes. 

MSH runs diverse scientfic projects within the health and psychosocial area (university ambulance of psychotherapy), focusing on the interdisciplinary exchange of information. 
Already in 2014 MSH organised a symposium together with VIFF-Nord on inclusion.

Early Inclusion Project


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