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The "DTMD University for Digital Technologies in Medicine and Dentistry in Luxembourg S.à.r.l." registered in the public register. (in short: "DTMD University" or "DTMD") is a 100% private university dedicated to advanced education , ie: It was founded for students who have already obtained a scientific degree (bachelor, master, diploma, state examination, etc.), primarily in medicine, who wish to continue their professional education and obtain an academic degree within the framework of this advanced training. The complete name of the sponsoring company or the short form of the university originating from it "DTMD University" has been guaranteed in the Luxembourg RCS since July 6, 2017 with ID No. 20112494845 and RCS ID B216029. Register entries enjoy public faith with regard to correctness and completeness and may therefore be used in public (homepages).  According to the so-called European Bruges-Copenhagen process, not Bologna.
The DTMD was founded in two stages. On February 28, 2017, A.s.b.l., the "Association sans but lucratif" (= non-profit association) was registered at the Registry Court in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. A.s.b.l. holds the intellectual property rights to the study concepts and programs. This was followed on June 6, 2017 by the establishment of S.à.r.l., the "Société à responsabilité limitée" (= limited liability company), which is responsible for the study and research operations and all related strategic and operational activities of the university and bears all costs of university operations and collects the tuition fees.  See § 16 of the "Loi modifiée du 21 avril 1928 sur les associations et les fondations sans but lucratif".
DTMD also has an establishment permit for commercial activities and services (= "Autorisation d'établissement pour activités et services commerciaux") and a state permit to operate a further education institution (= "Autorisation d'établissement gestionnaire de formation continue"). This establishment and business permit gives the DTMD University the possibility to offer higher education courses in teaching and research.
Since 12.06.2019, the DTMD has been cooperating with the State Dental Association of Rhineland-Palatinate in the field of mutual recognition of curricular and university education and training measures of lecturers and professors. On 14.06.2019, the representatives of the DGOI (= German Society for Oral Implantation) and the DTMD University signed a cooperation and crediting agreement, with which they agreed on an international cooperation in education and training as well as in the research of digital technologies in medicine and dentistry.
The headquarters of the DTMD is located in Wiltz Castle, in the city of Wiltz in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. There, the DTMD has seminar rooms, an event hall, a meeting room and offices. Theses (master's and doctoral) are also defended in Wiltz.
The DTMD is, as its name suggests, not a classical public university, but a privately run institution of higher education offering continuing education courses at university level within the framework of the Bruges/Copenhagen process. It is specialized in subject matter, i.e. not all subjects from archaeology to zoology can be studied, but only accredited master's programs in dentistry as well as general medicine. There has also been a doctoral school since 2020.
The DTMD awards the postgraduate Master's degree in a subject area based on the Bruges-Copenhagen Process, which regulates cooperation in vocational education within the EU. The DTMD works "in-service, postgraduate for students who have completed their first degree, but at university level", i.e. in other words in the field of development, offer and implementation of in-service postgraduate continuing education measures (master's degree programs and courses) for licensed medical professionals [...] in the field of innovative digital technologies. Thus, it explicitly does not offer any courses with regard to the area of undergraduate university studies encompassed by the Bologna Process, which means that the national law on higher education, which is based on Bologna degrees, is not directly applicable.  Cf. "The Copenhagen Declaration" - 29.11.2002.  Instruments to be extended according to the Council Conclusions on Investing in Education and Training - A Response to the Communication "New Thinking for Education: better socio-economic outcomes through investing in skills" and the Annual Growth Survey 2013 (2013/C 64/06), 5.3.2013 (ABl. Nr. C 64 S. 5, ber. ABl. Nr. C 80 S. 23), Celex-Nr. 5 2013 XG 0305 (01): the Union's single framework for the transparency of qualifications and competences (Europass), established by Decision no. 2241/2004/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council), the European Quality Assurance Register in Higher Education (EQAR) and the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA), established pursuant to Recommendation 2006/143/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, the European Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning (EQF), established pursuant to Recommendation of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23. April 2008, the European Credit System for Vocational Education and Training (ECVET), established pursuant to the Recommendation of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 June 2009, and the European Quality Assurance Reference Framework for Vocational Education and Training (EQAVET), established by the Recommendation of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 June 2009, and the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). *** Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version) ***
The instruments of the Bruges-Copenhagen process are to a large extent similar to those of the Bologna and Lisbon processes. Priority is given to the development of a common qualifications framework (European Qualifications Framework - EQF) which should facilitate a comparison of national systems of vocational education and training, the possibility of Europe-wide recognition of vocational qualifications [...]. Furthermore, in the course of the Bruges-Copenhagen process, a basic model for the credit system ECVET was developed, which should help to deepen mobility and European cooperation in vocational education and training, ECVET is usually called synonymous with the Bologna ECTS.  Decision No. 2241/2004/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 December 2004 on a single Community framework for the transparency of qualifications and competences (Europass).
DTMD has defined a degree in dentistry or medicine and at least one year of relevant professional experience in a qualified position as equivalent qualifications for all its study programs. In deviation from this, access is open to applicants who pass an admission examination conducted by DTMD University or who can refer to further professional experience and knowledge. The EQF and the respective national (e.g., Luxembourg, Federal German, etc.) qualification frameworks put the same principle of permeability of the educational level into practice. Level seven of the EQF corresponds to the master's degree of the DQR. EQF level seven presupposes a successfully completed first degree and concludes a completed further vocational training. In order to clarify the clear distinction between the undergraduate Bologna Master "premier niveau" and the postgraduate Bruges-Copenhagen Master, the DTMD, for reasons of transparency, uses the suffix "postgraduate" for the Master's degrees it awards and does not speak expressis verbis of degrees, so as not to mislead and to implement the distance requirement between the Bologna and Bruges/Copenhagen processes and to communicate transparently from the initiation of contact with students to the issuing of the title certificates.  Full permeability results from recital (14) of Directive 2014/66/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 May 2014 on the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals for the purposes of an intra-corporate transfer, (OJ L 157 p. 1, rec. OJ 2017 L 80 p.), Celex No. 3 2014 L 0066, last amended by of 25.3.2017 (OJ L 80 p. 46).  This has the additional consequence that the DTMD can only provide information on the use of titles and degrees. For the respective recognition in the countries of residence, work or transit of the students and graduates, the DTMD can at no time give a guarantee or even assume liability.  Undergraduate Bologna studies and continuing education and promotion of workplace learning according to Bruges-Copenhagen using the EQF and its range (from levels 4 to 8) recommend the Council Conclusions on Investing in education and training - a response to the Communication "New thinking in education: better socio-economic outcomes through investing in skills" and the Annual Growth Survey 2013 (2013/C 64/06), 5. 3.2013 (OJ No. C 64 p. 5, rec. OJ No. C 80 p. 23), Celex No. 5 2013 XG 0305(01): "2. (b) Promote excellence in vocational education and training in cooperation with the social partners, for example by developing vocational education and training systems with quality assurance with a strong on-the-job learning component. by exploring opportunities for the introduction of post-secondary or tertiary qualifications to be obtained through short courses, in line with the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) or in conjunction with the first cycle of studies under the Bologna Process, and focusing on potential growth areas or areas of skills shortages, and by aligning VET strategies with national, regional or local economic development strategies. ... " *** Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version) ***
According to the DTMD, students do not acquire a degree by completing the study program, but a title. The DTMD awards the degree of "Postgraduate Master of Science" not on the basis of the Bologna, but on the basis of the Bruges/Copenhagen Process, which regulates cooperation in vocational education within the EU. In order to clarify the clear distinction between the Bologna Master "premier niveau" and the postgraduate Bruges/Copenhagen Master, the DTMD uses the suffix "postgraduate" for the Master degrees it awards for reasons of transparency. The instruments of the Bruges/Copenhagen Process are to a large extent similar to those of the Bologna Process. The priority is the mapping of a common qualifications framework (European Qualifications Framework - EQF), which is intended to facilitate a comparison of national systems of vocational education and training and the possibility of Europe-wide recognition of vocational qualifications. Level 7 of the EQF corresponds to the master's level, which can be acquired postgradually and classified as equivalent to the Bologna Master's degree.  Cf. "The Copenhagen Declaration" - 29.11.2002.
DTMD University does not currently offer bachelor's degree programs; all DTMD University programs are postgraduate, meaning they require a bachelor's degree.
Yes, it may be used in certified form, i.e. in CV, doorplates, homepage etc. This is also accredited in the same way.
The master's degree of the DTMD, which certifies an upgrading further education, is accredited by a federal German accreditation agency (AHPGS Freiburg i.Br.). The certified degree should be listed exactly in this form, as indicated in the certificate, i.e. also with reference to the Bruges/Copenhagen process, in order to ensure that no false or even competition-distorting impression is created in the recipient's mind.
In principle, the concept of all 5 Master's programs is based on the qualification objectives defined by the DTMD as well as on comparable continuing education programs at other European universities. In the view of the assessors of the German accreditation agency AHPGS Freiburg im Breisgau, the study program provides the necessary expertise to cover the ever increasing number of patients requiring treatment and the increasing demand for radiological diagnostics. The aim of these study programs is to react flexibly to the different needs of both society and students and to adapt the offer to the rapid development of demand. The DTMD ensures that the combination of scientific requirements and practical relevance is the basis of the education. The accreditation agency AHPGS has certified that comparable study programs of German societies provide the same competencies and skills. The assessors considered the aspects of requirement, level as well as comparability with related continuing education programs to be given. Furthermore, they rated the professional qualification as fulfilled by the qualification acquired in the further education and the professional authorization as licensed medical doctors and dentists preceding the further education as well as the growing demand for radiological treatments.  Accreditation agreement between DTMD University and AHPGS (Freiburg i.Br.) on 16.11.2019; accreditation of the following 5 postgraduate master programs: "Periodontology and Implantology", "Orthodontics", "Pediatric and Adolescent Dentistry", "Manual Medicine" and "Dentomaxillofacial Radiology" on 23. 01.2020 at the AHPGS; on-site assessment on 22.09.2020; resolutions of the Accreditation Commission of the AHPGS on 10.12.2020; assessment reports and certificates of the DTMD University delivered on 12.02.2021; accreditation decisions without conditions.
The AHPGS has also accredited the two doctoral programs, without any reservations or objections. Like the master's programs, the doctorate of the DTMD also joins the ranks of the Bruges/Copenhagen process, in this case even as the highest educational level, namely level 8. The Doctorate in Advanced Medicine (DAM) as well as the Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) have thus both been closely scrutinized. In doing so, the Accreditation Commission applied the so-called "Salzburg Principles", i.e. high quality standards recognized worldwide, which the DTMD Doctoral School meets. Furthermore, the DTMD is ISO-certified. Without reservation, DTMD passed the on-site audit conducted by DeuZert and holds the prestigious ISO 21001:2018 certification.
Once you have informed yourself about the Master's or Doctoral program of your choice, you can start your application process from the information page by clicking on the application button. The application process of DTMD University consists of an online form and the subsequent review of your documents. After your documents have been reviewed, you will receive an acceptance or rejection letter. In case of an acceptance, the enrollment process begins. Depending on the method of payment, you will receive a total invoice for your studies or the invoices for the installment payments. The payment is due upon receipt of the invoice and a payment term of 14 days. Upon receipt of your payment, you will be enrolled for the semester noted.
The content, as well as learning objectives of each module of your studies can be found in the module manuals. You can find them on our homepage under the respective programs.
Lecturers are listed in the schedule overviews of the respective programs. Changes may occur at any time and will be communicated to enrolled students as timely as DTMD University is able. A general overview can be found on the homepage under "Professors and Lecturers".
During the application phase, you will find the dates of your course of study as a PDF on the course of study page. After the start of your studies, you will be shown the online campus where you can view the current dates of your current studies and also link them to your calendar.
Upon receipt of your application, it will be immediately submitted to the examination board, where it will be reviewed for fulfillment of our requirements and eligibility. This may take some time, depending on the proximity to the actual start of your studies. Once you have received confirmation of your information by mail, you can be assured that your application has been received and is awaiting review. If you are not accepted, you will be notified. We may also have some follow-up questions. If you are accepted, we will send you the cost statement directly and you will be considered enrolled as soon as we have received the respective semester rate.
Depending on the nature of your request, we have several contacts ready for you. You can always send a general inquiry to email@example.com. If your question is related to the organization of your studies, dates, lecturers, or questions about other programs, you can contact the Junior Backoffice Manager Ms. Kim Mara Müller Kim.Mara.Mueller@dtmd.eu. If your question is related to IT, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. A supervisor will accompany you to each event, to whom you can also address your questions and concerns.
DTMD University does not currently offer scholarships; please check with government agencies (ministries) and both public and private foundations. Often employers support the studies financially or through special leave.
All study programs are fully modularized and the application of the ECVET system is given. The credit point system ECVET is used synonymously with the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), which is known from the Bologna Process for undergraduate studies. In the study program, a total of eleven modules are to be studied, which usually have a scope of between five and ten credits. An exception to this is the Master's module, which is worth 30 credits. All modules are completed within one semester. In the view of the assessors of the AHPGS accreditation agency, the study program is structured and described in a competence-oriented manner. The study program thus complies with the "Criteria for Assessment and Accreditation Procedures of Study Programs at Foreign Universities" (Accreditation Commission AHPGS 2017) and the principles of the "Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area" (ESG) of May 2015.
A semester (Latin semestris, six-month) corresponds to a half-year of study. A calendar year therefore consists of two semesters and is usually divided into a summer semester and a winter semester. The winter semester begins on October 1 and ends on March 31, the summer semester begins on April 1 and ends on September 30.
In addition to collecting some personal information that is relevant and mandatory for the study program, the following documents are required depending on the study program:
- Photo for student ID card - 100 x 150px, Please name the file as follows: File name (First name_Last name.jpg)
- CV (Curriculum Vitae or also called curriculum vitae)
- Proof of last university degree
- Proof of current employment (if you are self-employed you can issue it yourself)
- Proof of English Language
- Scan of your identity card front and back
DTMD University also offers online courses in its degree programs. In addition, exams are to be taken via our online campus. Please make sure that you have access to a stable internet for online seminars and that you have a computer or laptop available. Tablets and smartphones are not supported by DTMD University. However, some of the features will work on a tablet and smartphone. However, we strongly recommend a suitable work environment for writing your thesis.
Why is there an application deadline The application deadline ensures that there is enough time to review all the documents, make a selection (possibly with further interviews) and inform the selected person or persons. At the same time, an application deadline strengthens equal opportunity for applicants. Everyone who applies within the time limit will be considered. Thus, there is no advantage or disadvantage to applying earlier or later than other candidates. The application deadlines The summer semester begins on April 1 of each year and runs through the end of September. The start of lectures is not always the same as the start of the semester. If you would like to enroll for a course of study in the summer semester, you should do so at the beginning of the year. The application deadline for the summer semester is January 15. The winter semester begins on October 1 of each year and runs until the end of March. The start of lectures is not always identical with the start of the semester. Students wishing to enroll in a degree program in the winter semester should do so no later than the beginning of the summer. The application deadline for the summer semester is July 15.
The creditability of curricula is an important aspect when planning your studies. As DTMD University, we want to give our students the opportunity to have courses or exams they have already taken recognized in order to save time and money. We compare the content of the curricula to ensure that they cover similar topics and that the courses can be considered equivalent. If the request for credit for your curriculum is denied by the Board of Examiners, your binding application will remain unchanged. It is the responsibility of our review board to determine if credit is possible and to what extent.
The application takes place exclusively via our online form at https://www.dtmd.eu/en/matriculation/
DTMD offers flexible payment options for its master's and doctoral degree programs. Students can choose between 4 partial payments for master's programs or 3 partial payments for doctoral programs, each at equal installments, or the option of one-time payment. The first payment is due immediately after the application has been reviewed and accepted, and there is a 14-day payment period. For late applications, for organizational reasons, payment is due immediately upon receipt of the invoice. For subsequent semesters, payments are due on the due dates of each invoice, usually 3 months prior to the start of the following semester. Students will receive all invoices immediately after their application is accepted to ensure transparent and timely processing of payments.
Cancellations can only be accepted in writing by e-mail to email@example.com. Cancellations can be made free of charge up to 1 year before the start of the event. For cancellations, up to 1/2 year before the start of the event, a cancellation fee of 25% of the participation fee must be charged. In case of cancellation up to 1/4 year before the start of the event, a cancellation fee of 50% of the participation fee must be charged. From the beginning of the event, the complete participation fee will be charged in case of non-attendance. The naming of a substitute participant is possible free of charge.
In order to re-register for the upcoming semester, it is mandatory to make payment for the respective semesters in advance. Payment must be received by the due date noted on the invoice, but no later than three months before the start of the semester. Failure to do so will result in your enrollment being considered invalid and you will be subject to forced de-registration. This is a standard procedure that must be followed to ensure a smooth and hassle-free enrollment process. Upon receipt of payment, re-enrollment for the new semester will be automatic.
Every student of the DTMD University receives his access data to his DTMD student account about 1 week before the welcome event. With this account the students have access to our online campus, where you can find dates, scripts, recordings, exams, grades etc.. We also strongly recommend that you install MS-Teams on your computer. All DTMD University students will be provided with a DTMD email account, which you can access throughout your studies and should check regularly. The DTMD account provides you with:
- Student email account
- Office 365 Online for students (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
- Access to the LMS (online learning platform)
- Microsoft Teams an online messaging service for students (for interaction (communication between) fellow students, faculty and DTMD University staff).
As a student of DTMD University you have access to our VPN program. The introductory event to the online campus usually takes place at the end of the 2nd semester or at the beginning of the 3rd semester. The SSO (Single Sign On) of the DTMD University is used for the login.
Use There are two ways to access Teams for use. Locally via an app or via the web interface. For the first dates, you are welcome to join via the web interface. However, the goal is for all of you to create a proper account and thus join via your PC or tablet using the app (and not your smartphone). Requirements
- Active LAN/WLAN connection
- User data according to the account sheet (email and password)
- Download Teams
- Teams can be downloaded at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-teams/download-app#for-desktop.
After successful enrollment and the introductory meeting, you will find all e-mails we send you, except for the invoices, in your student account. The e-mails can be accessed via the following link: https://outlook.office.com/mail/. We recommend that you set up the account as an exchange account on your cell phone so that you do not miss anything. Instructions for Apple: Instructions IOS Instructions for Android: Instructions Android
All dates in the courses are compulsory dates, therefore it is not possible to be absent. What if you cannot attend a module? You can attend the same module in another program (tbd with dean / academic advisor). Validation is possible (you must have certificates/diplomas with the same subject certified for this). This has to be checked and confirmed by the examination office. Participation in an academic organization such as a course or conference with the same topic may be creditable. This must be checked and confirmed by the examination office.
Are you already a student with us? Then you will find all the information you need in our online campus at www.study.dtmd.eu.
If you are not offered direct contact with the lecturers during your studies, you can always take the route through us. Write your request with the request for forwarding to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each cohort at DTMD University will have its own MS Team group created. Open MS Teams and navigate to "Teams" where you will find a group that you and your fellow students are in.
If you have lost or forgotten your password for your student account, you can create a new password. To do this, click on "Forgot password" when logging in and select either e-mail address or cell phone number. The service message for changing your password will then be sent to you at the address you entered when you first registered. You will immediately receive a code with which you can reset your password.
You have difficulties with one of our IT systems? Do not hesitate and write us an e-mail to: IT-Service@dtmd.eu
You will receive the supervision we provide for your dissertation in a timely manner from the DTMD staff.
As a DTMD student, you will receive a PDF version of your student ID card. Is there also a card format version? DTMD University also issues student cards in card format, just email us at email@example.com with your name and matriculation number. Student ID cards cannot be mailed and must be picked up in person. What do I do if I lose my student ID card? Student ID cards can be reissued if lost. The duplicate is subject to a fee of 30.00 euros.
On the subject of de-registration and termination of study contracts, DTMD University rules are concise but clear. As at public universities, private universities also know enrollment and de-registration. For DTMD University and its master's and doctoral programs, these procedures are accredited by AHPGS Freiburg/Breisgau and certified by DeuZert Berlin. Enrollment and de-registration are terms used in administrative language. Both are administrative acts issued by the Examinations Office, either at the request of the student or as a sanction in the case of exmatriculation. Succinctly but unambiguously, exmatriculation ties in with the Framework Examination Regulations for Master's Degree Programs in No. 6, according to the applicable enrollment regulations of DTMD University. Exmatriculation as well as relatively milder means such as interruption or leave of absence are linked to special reasons (§ 8 No. 7 RahmenPO Master) and to "cases of hardship" (No. 10 of the regulations of the same name). A reason for de-registration on the part of DTMD University exists in the case of violations in social behavior, i.e. attempts to deceive in performance records, disturbances of the house rules through verbal or physical violence towards fellow students, colleagues or other persons acting for or on behalf of DTMD University. Meanwhile, the conclusion and termination of the associated study contract are civil in nature. Due to its relatively short duration (3 semesters, additionally Master's thesis in the 4th semester), the study contract with the DTMD University does not know any notice of termination, i.e. in comparison to longer contracts, e.g. of a Bachelor's study program of up to 4 years. Such a month- or semester-based termination option would be disproportionate to the effort and the modules that build on each other. Therefore, the DTMD University has refrained from a time-bound (so-called ordinary) termination. Such a binding period of up to 2 study years is compatible with European law, Luxembourgish and by the way Federal German law. The recent ruling of the OLG Dresden 2 U 273/19, which in the case of a short duration of studies, as in our case, did not object to the fact that there does not have to be a notice of termination subject to a time limit, is also not relevant for our case, because there were no delays in the notification of examination results, which would represent possible obstacles to termination. The binding of the students of only 3 semesters (as well as master thesis in the 4th semester) is therefore not a disproportionate interference in the freedom of study, because there are reasons to terminate the study contract due to extraordinary termination ex nunc, i.e. with immediate effect. However, such an extraordinary termination requires that you present and prove an important reason in the sense of the reasons outlined above in the framework examination regulations, which can lead to termination under civil law and to de-registration under administrative/university law. In doing so, you would definitely lose the right to re-enroll (forfeiture of the right). Therefore, you should submit an application to interrupt your studies in order to compensate for time and performance bottlenecks of a professional or private nature. If the application for interruption or even exmatriculation is not accepted, you will remain enrolled without interruption. The study contract is not terminated - your rights and obligations under it remain in force, which of course includes the obligation to pay.
Master theses and dissertation
Students usually choose their topic towards the end of the second semester or at the beginning of the third semester. The selection process takes place via the online campus system, where students must select three topics from a given list. The Examinations Office then assigns each student their topic. Students also have the opportunity to propose their own topics to the Examinations Office within the specified time frame. This process is conducted in a professional manner to ensure fair and efficient assignment of thesis topics.
The execution of the master's theses is professionally supervised throughout by university teachers who ensure compliance with international scientific standards and provide individual support for the scientific work. The supervisors as well as the examiners of the thesis are selected by DTMD University and assigned to the students.
- Selection of topics - 2 weeks
- Processing of the master thesis ( 8 months)
- Oral defense of the own scientific work in front of the examination board - usually semester 4
- Preparation of the exposé (4 months)
- Processing of the dissertation (2 ½ years)
The master thesis has a weighting of 30 ECTS credits The defense of 10 ECTS credits
If there are justified reasons for a delay in the completion of a Master's thesis, applicants may request an extension of up to 4 weeks in accordance with the examination regulations. However, if this extension is not sufficient, the attempt is considered a failure and a new topic must be chosen and started from the beginning. This incurs costs equal to the additional semesters required to complete the new topic. For doctoral programs, it is possible to extend the duration of study for a maximum of 2 years by paying a fee. It is important to note that the dissertation does not have to be restarted within this extension period.
Once the theses have been submitted, students must prepare for their defense through an oral examination. For this purpose, they must prepare and submit a presentation before the scheduled defense date. This will be corrected, if necessary/wanted, by the supervisor of the master thesis. Upon completion of the defense, students will learn whether they have passed or failed the defense. Students will subsequently receive a written evaluation of the master's thesis as well as the defense. The total grades for all achievements in the program will be summarized in the final transcript at the end of the program.
After the study
An alumni (plural: alumnis or alumni) refers to a person who has graduated from a particular educational institution (e.g., university, high school, college) and is now referred to as a graduate. Alumni may be contacted by their former educational institution as part of a network of alumni and may be invited to events and activities. DTMD University is recognized as an educational site (https://www.linkedin.com/school/dtmduniversity), this allows you to list your continuing education with us below your education. Network with each other, share your experiences and most importantly, stay in touch.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be awarded both the Diploma and Diploma Supplement at the end of the following semester. It is important that you keep us informed of any changes in your personal information, such as a change of address or marital status. Please note that a fee may be charged for the reissuance of the diploma.
If you have completed your Master's degree at DTMD University, we would like to offer you the opportunity to enroll in our PhD programs. As a DTMD alumnus you will receive a discount of 5.000,00€. This is a professional opportunity that you should consider. further information about our PhD programs can be found here