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Winter Semester 2021/2022 at TU Berlin

Dear Students, Dear Lecturers,

After three digital semesters necessitated by the pandemic, the increase in the number of people vaccinated means that we may be able to hold classes in person during winter semester 2021/22. To attend an in-person class, you must either be vaccinated, have recovered from COVID, or have a negative test result (3G rule).

An in-person semester does not mean that all courses will take place on campus. Both instructors and students have found the teaching videos created in the last semesters to be an effective method of teaching and learning. As such, these will continue to be used, especially in lectures with a large number of students. However, supplemental synchronous offers which have fewer participants, such as practical tutorials, tutorials, and Q&A sessions, as well as other types of courses which require direct interaction, such as seminars and project groups, will take place in person.

Please be aware that a primarily in-person semester requires you to be in Berlin if you wish to fully attend and participate in your courses. We do not have the resources to offer classes both in-person and digitally at the same time. Streaming from lecture halls will only be offered in individual cases.

This will only be possible if the number of infections remains low in the fall and as many students as possible are fully vaccinated by October.

TU Berlin is working with a vaccination clinic to offer appointments for the first and second vaccine doses. Please use this offer if you are unable to make other arrangements.


Professor Dr. Hans-Ulrich Heiß, Vice President for Education, Digitalization, and Sustainability



Vice President Hans-Ulrich Heiß about the start of the lecture period

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Pandemic conditions

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Coronavirus Vaccination

Technische Universität Berlin offers vaccinations against the coronavirus in cooperation with a vaccination service point. This offer applies to TU Berlin staff and students.

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Information Letters

Overview of all information letters published by TU Berlin's Crisis Committee and the Vice President for Teaching, Digitalization and Sustainability.

Studying at TU Berlin

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Organizing your studies

At the beginning and during the course of study a whole range of administrative questions can arise. What application deadlines do I have to meet? How do I re-register before the start of a new semester? How do I get proof of health insurance? The Office of Student Affairs can help you with issues related to organizing your studies.

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Course Catalog

The course catalogue contains all courses, both those online and on campus, offered at TU Berlin during the 2021/22 winter semester.

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Academic Advising Service

Over the past few months, people’s everyday lives, work and studies have been severely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. This can lead to uncertainty, anxiety and stress. How do I continue to study from home? How do I make sure I don’t become socially disconnected? The Academic Advising team will be happy to help you.

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Dates and Deadlines

To be successful in your studies, you need a well-managed schedule. Click here for an overview of all the important academic deadlines and dates.

© Philipp Arnoldt

Students with disabilities and chronic illnesses

The Academic Advising team offers various support and counseling options for students with physical or mental disabilities. In a confidential video or telephone call, an advisor will help you with your particular situation.

© Philipp Arnoldt

International Affairs

Learning other languages, getting to know different cultures, broadening your academic horizons and improving your career opportunities – all this is possible at TU Berlin, even during the pandemic. The International Affairs Team provides important information and tips on student mobility and advice for international students.

© Oana Popa

General Students’ Committee (AStA)

In the General Students’ Committee (AStA), students represent the interests of their fellow students at TU Berlin. AStA offers advice on problems relating to the organization of studies and examinations, funding and visa issues. It also keeps you up-to-date with what is happening in student life at the University, informs you about new developments and is actively involved at a political level throughout Berlin.

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Are you interested in staying fit and active, making new friends or maybe learning a new sport while studying at the TU Berlin? TU Sport welcomes you to join in a huge range of sport and recreation activities both on-campus and off-campus.