If you are interested in enrolling in doctoral studies, you must first submit proof that your declaration of intent to pursue a doctorate has been accepted by the relevant faculty at Technische Universität Berlin. This means you must first submit the declaration of intent to the faculty service center of the relevant faculty. The faculty board will then inform you whether you have been admitted as a doctoral candidate and of any conditions of your admission. The TU Berlin Doctoral Regulations require all doctoral candidates not employed at TU Berlin to enroll as doctoral students.
When enrolling, please be sure to state the degree program offered by TU Berlin which most closely matches with your field of work.
To enroll you must have received the faculty board decision confirming the faculty’s acceptance of your declaration of intent to pursue a doctorate and stating whether you will be completing your doctorate in English or German.
You must register your declaration of intent to pursue a doctorate at the relevant faculty service center (see contact details below).
You can apply and enroll at any time.
As a doctoral student, you are required to pay a semester fee each semester like all enrolled students. You will not be charged any late fees when enrolling. However, please note a late fee will be charged if you re-register after the required deadline.
You can find general information about doctoral studies on the Center for Junior Scholars (CJS) website.
Enrollment steps for doctoral candidates whose declaration of intent has been approved:
Information regarding your re-registration to the following semester as a PhD student will be send by e-mail to your e-mail account of TU Berlin.
General information about re-registration is available here.
PhD students can apply for semester ticket exemption per semester. The reason for the exemption is the PhD study program.
At the enrollment, you can apply for the exemption in the enrollment form.
After enrollment or for re-registration, you can apply for the exemption like described on the following website.
|Information and advising on doctorates and the postdoc phase, Preparation of course offers and funding options|
|Faculty Service Center||Clarification of formal questions, registration of the declaration of intent to pursue a doctorate, admission to the doctoral procedure|
|Office of Student Affairs - Graduate Admissions||Advising for prospective doctoral candidates with a foreign university degree|
|General information about stays, working, accommodation, visa services|
|Advising for prospective doctoral candidates with a foreign university degree|
|Faculty||Faculty Service Center (FSC)||Contact person in FSC||Doctorate page of the faculty||Designated contact|
|Faculty I - Humanities:||FSC Faculty I||Iwona Wieczorek||Faculty I||Prof. Dr. Kerstin Wittmann-Englert|
|Faculty II – Mathematics and Natural Sciences:||FSC Faculty II||Anne Jenß + Lara Schäfer||Faculty II||Prof. Dr. Etienne Emmrich|
|Faculty III – Process Sciences:||FSC Faculty III||Beate Neumann||Faculty III||Dr. Philip Wietstock|
|Faculty IV – Electrical Engineering and Computer Science:||FSC Faculty IV||Jana Peich||Faculty IV||Prof. Dr. Odej Kao + Prof. Dr. Marianne Maertens|
|Faculty V – Mechanical Engineering and Transport Systems:||FSC Faculty V||Julia Stützer||Faculty V||Prof. Dr. Dietrich Manzey|
|Faculty VI – Planning Building Environment:||FSC Faculty VI||N.N.||Faculty VI||Dr. Daniel Aubram|
|Faculty VII – Economics and Management:||FSC Faculty VII||Barbara Engel||Faculty VII||Prof. Dr. Dorothea Kübler|
|Organization name||Office of Student Affairs|
|Address||Straße des 17. Juni 135|