University of Munich

The Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, alternately known as LMU or the University of Munich is among the oldest universities of Germany. It is a publicly owned research university with a string of faculties including:



  • Faculty of Catholic Theology
  • Faculty of Protestant Theology
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Business Administration
  • Faculty of Economics
  • Faculty of Medicine
  • Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
  • Faculty for History and the Arts
  • Faculty of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science and Study of Religion
  • Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences
  • Faculty for the Study of Culture
  • Faculty for Languages and Literatures
  • Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics
  • Faculty of Physics
  • Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Biology
  • Faculty of Geosciences and Environmental Sciences

The Faculty of Medicine

The Faculty of Medicine of this university has the University of Munich Hospital that is situated both in downtown Munich and Großhadern. This is the largest medical training institution that southern Germany has ever had and has the clinical-theoretical, preclinical and academic facilities. The Medical Curriculum Munich (MeCuM-LMU) has aided the faculty to introduce novel methods of teaching and learning medicine.

Interview Preparations

A chance to appear for an admission interview in this university should be considered seriously. You should be thoroughly prepared to make sure that you are one of the select few to be a part of this esteemed university. A medical practitioner needs to demonstrate certain attributes besides hard work. They need to make sure that they are absolutely empathetic towards issues faced by patients and are duly serious about maintaining patient confidentiality. So make sure that you’re duly honing these skills besides preparing the basic interview questions.

Preparing the Basic Interview Questions

No matter, in which kind of university you are appearing for, make sure that you’re well prepared when it comes to the generic questions asked to you. The purpose behind putting these questions forward is to see how "relevant" you can be with your answers. Some of the general interview questions include:

  • Introduce yourself.
  • Why do you want to join us?
  • What do you know about us?
  • Why should we select you?
  • Why are you interested to pursue medicine?

Now, just a casual glance of these questions might lead you to think that they are easy to answer and that there is little need for “preparing” them. Wrong. You need to ensure that you are not coming up with randomly generic answers. For instance, you might as well jolly well think that you can go on speaking elaborately about your personal interests, likes and dislikes when you’re asked to introduce yourself. But, the interviewer would be actually looking at your interest in medicine as a subject, your willingness to excel in it. So make sure just after introducing yourself formally, you’re straightaway coming “to the point”. Explain why you think medicine is your forte, how did you realize your passion for it, etc. Follow similar pattern for other questions mentioned above as well. Framing your questions way before the interview would help.

You can find out about the technical questions and Multiple Mini Interviews online as well.

Other Tips

  • Be punctual
  • Dress appropriately
  • Keep your certificates handy
  • Learn about the university
  • Maintain an agreeable body language





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