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    The worldwide network of all current and former staff and students of Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

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Charité Alumni

The network for all current and former staff and students.

  • Would you like to remain in contact with other alumni and add new and interesting people to your network?
  • Do you feel like it is too soon to sever your ties with Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and that you would rather continue to enjoy the attractive benefits Charité has to offer?
  • Become a member of Charité’s worldwide Alumni Network!

The aim of our Alumni Network is to enable you to stay in touch with both current and former colleagues and/or fellow students. Find new ideas and inspiration or share your own experiences with other alumni, staff and students of Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin.

In order to optimize our alumni services, we are in the process of developing our online presence and expanding our range of offers.

In keeping with Charité’s motto and guiding principle ‘Together As One’ we are looking forward to working with you to realize these plans.

Become a member of Charité’s worldwide Alumni Network!

Our Charité

Charité in brief

  • Founded in 1710 as a quarantine facility for plague sufferers
  • 2 ‘mother’ universities: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and Freie Universität Berlin
  • 4 campuses, 17 Centers, more than 100 facilities
  • People from 100 countries, representing all continents
  • Vision: world leader in research, teaching and medical care