Technische Universität Berlin

Offices & Representatives

Which office or person can you contact with which concerns? Who represents your interests and how can you get involved and take advantage of your right of participation? With over 8,000 employees and hundreds of institutions, it is essential that Technische Universität Berlin offers its employees clear points of contact for all topics.

This page lists central services and representatives available to support you in your day-to-day work.

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Offices & Representatives A-Z

The Central University Administration (ZUV) is a service provider for the entire University and ensures smooth daily operations at TU Berlin using a number of invaluable administrative processes. It also provides a number of further services, such as technology, space management, key systems, budgeting and accounting, procurement, etc.

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Staff Directory

Use the staff directory to find contact information for other employees and quickly get in touch.

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Staff and Student Representatives

For matters of central concern such as equal opportunities, the advancement of women, anti-discrimination, data privacy, and open access, there are specific representatives at TU Berlin who help the University execute its responsibilities in these issues, adhere to prescribed rules, and drive the University’s further development in these areas.

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Bodies Representing Specific Interests

Whether the Staff Council, Youth and Apprentice Representation, or the General Students' Committee - the different bodies representing specific interests at TU Berlin have different rights and use these to protect their respective staff or interest group.

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Committees

There are 21 committees of academic self-administration at TU Berlin offering any member of the University interested in University policy an opportunity to have a voice in decisions made at TU Berlin. These include committees with representatives from all status groups as well as representative bodies only responsible for individual status groups, such as the Staff Council or AStA.