The roots of the Technische Universität Berlin and predecessor institutions date back to the time of Frederick the Great. These included important educational establishments of the Prussian State such as the Royal Mining Academy established in 1770, the Königliche Royal Building Academy founded in 1799, and the Royal Trade Academy, which opened its doors in 1827.
These disciplines find concrete expression in around 40 Bachelor’s and 60 Master’s programs. Many of these are indeed unique. TU Berlin is the only university in the capital region offering engineering subjects.
Such scientific achivements are built on basic research in the natural science disciplines of chemistry and physics, and mathematics, in addition to strongly innovation-oriented research in electrical engineering and the computer sciences for instance.
One obvious indication of the university’s performance and dynamic development is the increase in external funding for its research projects from around 125 million euros in 2009, to circa 179 million euros in 2014. For years, TU Berlin has been ranked as one of the top universities in Germany without a medical school.
TU Berlin would be happy to assist you in getting settled here at the university and in Germany's capital. Our Dual Career Service provides you with various consulting services. In particular, we advise your partner on career issues as well as on application and job search strategies and arrange contacts with potential employers or academic institutions. In addition, we give advise on questions concerning school system, child care, arriving, housing and living in Berlin. We are looking forward to you!
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Wifi access is available in all hostels, but is limited and may not be accessible from the bedrooms themselves.
Roommates for shared rooms will be paired or grouped according to gender. If you have a preferred roommate, please let us know via email.
Shared rooms for two people are referred to as "twin" rooms, but could appear as "double" rooms in any invoices, as this is how they are labelled by the properties. In every case, this refers to two separate, single beds in one room.
The University Library is the central information facility at Technische Universität Berlin. We are committed to the university’s mission and goals.We are competent in all issues related to the procurement and provision of media items and information, be it in printed or electronic form. Furthermore, we are qualified partners when it comes to publication processes and archiving.
Students, Scholars and guests have access to on of Germany´s most modern science libraries with its three million items in various media and 30 000 square meters of floor space. 1300 work stations in various forms, campus-wide wi-fi, 300 computer workstations, several meeting rooms, multimedia workstations and a lounge area are used intensely by as many as 3100 visitors each day.
In addition to our main campus situated in Berlin’s Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district in the heart of the “City West” area, TU Berlin also maintains two further large campuses in Berlin. One is located in the historical industrial district Wedding, and the other on the property of the famous “Gasometer” in the Schöneberg district. Individual laboratories, TU buildings and sports halls are also scattered around the city. In late 2012, the university inaugurated its first satellite campus on the Red Sea in El Gouna, Egypt.
Motivated to improve fitness through individual strength training? Then our beautifully developed, 550 m 2 large TU fitness studio is just right. Around 75 different strength and endurance machines, a separate free weights area and a separate mat room await everyone who wants to train in a university atmosphere.
Founded in 1998 GPE was as one of the first postgraduate master programs at TU Berlin which was accredited by the ASIIN. Meanwhile, the TU Berlin changed their quality focus from pure quality assurance of separate study programs to having the university as a system evaluated.
It was an interesting experience, but the quality of the professor’s was not that good
Amazing Faculty and Resources for Students
Programme started late, classes are still held online but should be in person the next semester
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