Technische Universität Berlin

Organizing Your Studies

A wide range of services and offers are available to you as a student at TU Berlin; there are, however, also a number of rules and regulations you have to follow as well as crucial deadlines which you need to keep. The key information you need to organize your studies can be found on these pages.

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Re-registration

Before the start of each new semester, you have to re-register at the University if you wish to continue your studies. The following pages provide you with all you need to know about deadlines, fees, payment options, etc.

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Exams

Exams are an essential part of your degree program and you are always required to register. Where, how, and when to do so as well as all other important information about the Examination Office can be found on the following pages.

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Laws & regulations

Your degree program is subject to laws and regulations. These include university regulations as well as the regulations for your specific degree program, etc.

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Topics A-Z

A compilation of a range of important topics relating to your studies, such as accreditation, information for visiting students, and enrollment certification, are presented here alphabetically.

Financing your studies

There are a number of options available, such as grants, parental support, or BAföG, to make it easier for you to begin and continue with your studies. Find out here which of these options apply to you, how to make best use of them, and who you can ask for advice at TU Berlin.

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Course Catalog

In the course catalog of the TU Berlin you will find all course-specific and interdisciplinary courses, but also other events related to your studies, such as events of the Career Service, the Center for Entrepreneurship, the Academic Advisory Service and other service facilities for students.

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IT services

During your studies, you will make use of many of TU Berlin’s online services - including the learning platform, module database, course catalogue, the University’s cloud services, tools for exam administration, etc.

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Library

The Library is your point of contact during your studies when it comes to literature research, the borrowing of publications of any kind. In addition, it offers numerous other services such as group and individual workplaces etc.

Location

  • Marker  Academic Advising
  • Marker  Campus Center
  • Marker  Examination Office
  • Marker  Semester Ticket Office
  • Marker  University Library