The roots of the Technische Universität Berlin and predecessor institutions date back to the time of Frederick the Great , such as the Königliche Bergakademie zu Berlin (Royal Mining Academy) established in 1770, the Königliche Bauakademie zu Berlin (Royal Building Academy) founded in 1799, and the Königliche Gewerbeakademie zu Berlin (Royal Trade Academy), which opened its doors in 1827.
The research and teaching endeavors can be characterized by a broad spectrum of academic disciplines, ranging from engineering science to natural science, planning science and economics, as well as the humanities and social sciences.
The establishment of important research partnerships in the context of the Excellence Initiative, the German Research Foundation (DFG) and European Institute for Innovation and Technology, in addition to constantly increasing third-party funding for the research projects, demonstrate the dynamic developments in this area. Prestigious science prizes and awards make these successes even more obvious; these include Alexander von Humboldt Chairs, Einstein Chairs, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prizes, and numerous grants from the European Research Council.
The support of early stage researchers is one of the most important tasks of the TU Berlin. The efforts in this field are coordinated by TU-DOC Office. In a first step, they focus their activities mainly on the needs of doctoral candidates both before and during their time at our university. Thus they hope to achieve a better integration of all doctoral researchers - regardless of their status as employees, scholarship holders or external candidates.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at TU Berlin!
With almost 34 000 students, circa 100 course offerings and 40 Institutes, the historic Technische Universität Berlin is one of Germany’s largest and most internationally renowned technical universities.
As Berlin is an internationally renowned and popular place to study, various types of accommodation are available. TU Berlin Campus El Gouna staff will enjoy supporting their students for their second semester if assistance is needed.The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) has compiled a very useful and comprehensive list of student residences for many cities in Germany, including Berlin. Our students, who go to Berlin in their second semester, can use this search engine to find suitable accommodation for their studies abroad.
The TU Berlin covers ca. 600,000 m², distributed over various locations in Berlin. The main campus is located in the borough of Charlottenburg. The seven schools of the university have some 28,200 students enrolled in more than 50 subjects (January, 2009)
HISA is a non-profit organization established in 2003 by the Indian students in Heidelberg Germany and runs solely on volunteer donations. HISA is now officially recognized by the University of Heidelberg as an international student organization.Presently, the organization has 255 members. More information can be obtained from.
The GPE program is an ASIIN accredited program and is thereby internationally recognized. The renowned Technical University of Berlin regularly occupies top places in university rankings due to the quality of education and research. GPE graduates attain their career goals with above average success compared to other engineering programs graduates.
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