Here you will find further services at the TU offering additional and thereby rather specialised assistance. In addition, helpful services from other institutions are presented that can also be used by TU students.
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You have questions or feel clueless when you think about studying?
We help you find your way. The Academic Advising Service supports you in getting oriented with everything related to your studies.
The advising service for students with disabilities and chronic illnesses informs, advises and supports prospective students, applicants and students with long-term or permanent impairments or illnesses. In a confidential setting, we consider your individual situation, find solutions and discuss further steps.
Combining studies and parenthood can be a great challenge. The Academic Advising Service supports you in mastering your studies with child(ren). Here you will find initial information on studying with a child, e.g. on study organisation, exams, academic adjustment, leave of absence, part-time studies, etc.
We’re also here for you for personal counseling regardless of whether you’re already studying with a child, whether you’re taking a leave of absence for family reasons, or whether you will soon be a parent.
TU's International Student Counseling offers counseling, supervisory, and practical services of all kinds in order to facilitate the transition to studies at the TU Berlin and in order to cope with all study-related or social problems and legal formalities connected with your stay.
The Career Service supports students and graduates in their career orientation and successful transition into the job market through a wide range of offers such as individual coaching, counseling, alumni mentoring, practical projects, workshops, or CV check.
Das Center for Junior Scholars (CJS) is the central institution for the advancement of junior scholars at Technische Universität Berlin.
The services for doctoral candidates and postdocs offers advice on administrative and organizational questions, the preparation of applications in the area of junior researchers as well as confidential counseling in case of problems or conflicts in the supervisor relationship.
In addition, it offers information on calls for scholarships and prizes, on trainings and workshops in transferable skills and on funding opportunities for travel and mobility.
Students from all Berlin universities can get free psychological counseling to overcome personal difficulties at the Counseling Center.
In self-help groups, people with similar difficulties meet regularly over a longer period of time to talk without a therapist and work together on solving their problems. You can get addresses of self-help groups in Berlin from the Self-Help, Contact, and Information Point (Selbsthilfe, Kontakt- und Informationsstelle, SEKIS)
Lost in Space offers counseling and support for anyone dealing with questions regarding excessive or addictive internet use (e.g. online and offline games, streaming of films, series and clips, excessive surfing, social networks, online pornography, online shopping addiction, gambling) and the associated effects (e.g. loss of job or flat, interruption of studies, social withdrawal).
Soulspace is an network of contact, counselling and treatment initiatives under one roof in Kreuzberg. The services are aimed at young people between the ages of 15 and 35.
KUB (Kontakt- und Beratungsstelle für Flüchtlinge und Migrant_innen e.V.) supports refugees and migrants from all over the world. The center offers free advice services in various languages on asylum rights and rights of residence. They also provide assistance with mental health and social problems.
The ZIPP offers diagnostics, counseling, crisis intervention and treatment of acute and/or chronic mental health problems and focuses on all migrant groups. In addition to mother-tongue treatment, the sensitive and reflective use of professional language and cultural mediators (interpreters) is a central approach to enable treatment in all languages.
The treatment offered by the ZtP is aimed at refugees and people with a migration background with psychological stress.
In addition to English and French, treatment is also available in Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, Arabic, Serbo-Croatian, Greek and Farsi. Multilingual doctors, specialist staff and social workers ensure treatment.