Faculty II - Mathematics and Natural Sciences

Information on wintersemester 2022/23

On 16 October 2023, the lecture period for the winter semester 2023/24 begins at TU Berlin.

We warmly welcome you on 9 October 2023 with a festive welcome event and with the week for the start of the semester!

Contact the experts of the TU Berlin to clarify your concerns about the new semester individually. During the week at the start of the semester, the central contact points of the university offer extended office hours for all students and newly enrolled students. An overview on the central website at the start of the semester shows you the most direct way to discuss your concerns. A video with your main contacts at TU Berlin gives you an overview if you are new to our university.

At the start of the semester, introductory events are held for the respective degree programs and introductory days for newly enrolled international students at the TU Berlin.

You can find all information on starting your studies on the central websites. Detailed information on courses can be found in the TU Berlin course catalog.

Here you will find further information on the Mathematics Service, which offers mathematical modules for engineering, economics, etc.

Further information about the Chemistry and Physics Service can be found at ISIS (Information System for Instructors and Students).

You would like to attend courses of Faculty II as a guest auditor/visiting student? Find out more about how to apply as a visiting student and send the completed form by e-mail to marcel.koenig#at#tu-berlin.de.

Please also read the specific information about studies in general as well as exams.

 

News at the start of the semester

Further information

Bachelor students

Prior to the beginning of each semester, the academic advisors of Faculty II offer an introductory session for new students in the bachelor's degree programs.

Mathematics

The advisors introduce themselves and give advice on how to start studying, especially for the first semesters, as well as general tips on studying at the Technische Universität Berlin. The introductory event is aimed at students of all mathematics Bachelor's programs. Afterwards, there will be time for individual questions.

Physics

The advisors give an introduction to the Bachelor of Physics and present the elective courses.

Master students

Prior to the beginning of each semester, the academic advisors of Faculty II offer an introductory session for new enrollees in the master's programs.

Mathematics

The advisors introduce themselves and give advice on how to start studying and give general tips on studying at the Technische Universität Berlin. The introductory event is aimed at students of all mathematics Master's programs. Afterwards, there will be time for individual questions.

Physics

The advisors give an introduction to the Master's degree in physics and present the elective courses.

Chemistry

The advisors welcome students of all courses of study in chemistry and give information about studying at the Technische Universität Berlin.

Guest Auditors and Visiting Students

We appreciate your interest in the courses offered by Faculty II. In order to participate in some of our courses as an adjunct student, please fill out the form "Declaration of Consent for Guest Auditors and Visting Students" and first obtain the signature(s) of the instructor(s).

The authorized signatory on behalf of the Dean is Marcel König (Room BEL 006). Please send the completed form by e-mail to: marcel.koenig#at#tu-berlin.de. With this form you then apply for the Consent for Guest Auditors and Visting Students at the Campus Center.

All information about the guest and adjoining student status

Mathematics Service

The Office of the Mathematics Service will be happy to help you with any organizational questions you may have about the Mathematics Service.

International students

We are pleased to welcome you as a student at the Technical University and wish you much success for your upcoming studies. This study program entails that you have to find your way in a foreign environment and a new living or working situation. In order to support you in this process, the International Student Services department organizes a two-day introductory seminar at the beginning of each semester.

The introduction days for international students for the winter semester 2023/24 will take place on October 5 and 6.

Of course, you can also contact the student advisory service of the International Student Support (bintstud@tu-berlin.de) with your questions or - for specific questions about your study program - the student advisory service for the respective study program. You can find the e-mail addresses of the advisors for the individual study programs in our brochure.

Family Office

The TU Berlin's Family Office will be happy to advise you on the various options and assistance available to you when studying with children. You can contact the Family Office with your questions about the legal framework, financial regulations, childcare issues, and the compatibility of studies and family responsibilities.

Studying with disabilities and chronic illnesses

Find out about the counseling services and other events for students with disabilities and chronic illnesses.

The target group of the counseling center are

  • Prospective students
  • Applicants to study
  • Students
  • Doctoral students (who are not part of the academic staff)

with long-lasting or permanent health impairments that have an aggravating effect on their studies.

Health impairments

  • mobility, hearing, speech and visual impairments
  • mental and chronic illnesses
  • Partial performance disorders
  • Autism spectrum disorders

A majority of the diseases are not visible.

Career Seminar Mathematics

The Institute of Mathematics at TU Berlin will offer a career seminar every semester starting in the summer semester 2023. The aim of the event is to invite people from the working world who will tell the students what mathematics can look like in professional practice. The career seminar is intended to provide students in the career orientation phase with insights into individual industries and fields of activity of mathematicians*. It is aimed at all students of mathematical degree programs.

The Career Seminar Mathematics WiSe 23/24 takes place every second Friday from 2 - 4 p.m.