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Continuing education master’s programs

TU Berlin offers a wide range of continuing education master’s programs for anyone inspired to continue studying after their first degree. As a rule, these programs are fee-paying and you will need to have acquired professional experience as well as successfully completed a first degree.

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Summer and Winter University

TU Berlin’s Summer and Winter University programs are aimed at international students and others from all over the world. The two to four-week academic courses provide you with the chance to acquire European Credit Points (ECTS) and gain experience abroad. A parallel cultural program gives you the chance to experience and find out about Berlin.

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Dual degree programs

One degree program - two degree certificates TU Berlin’s dual degree programs offer students the chance to acquire a degree from TUB and a partner university within a single degree program. Partner universities include the University of Trondheim in Norway, the Tongji University Shanghai in China, and the Universidad de Buenos Aires in Argentina.

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Guest auditors and visiting students

You can attend courses at TU Berlin with the prior consent of the lecturer. As you will not be enrolling, you will have the status of guest auditor. If you are enrolled at another university, you can also attend courses at TU Berlin. You will, however, not be enrolled at our university. Your status will be that of visiting student.

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Studieren ab 16

School students aged 16 plus doing their Abitur who have the time, energy, and desire to find out about studying at university can attend the “Studieren ab 16” program. You can choose from an extensive range of course offers provided by all seven faculties and you can even take exams. The program for school students is free. The only requirement is the agreement of your school.

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Try out option for school students

In addition to the “Studieren ab 16“ program, school students also have the option to try out a degree program at TU Berlin and find out about daily life at the University. This allows you to visit any course you like from the course catalogue. We recommend you combine your visit to Technische Universität with a visit to the TU Infotage or the Academic Advising Service; this will make it easier to choose the right course for you.

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International Preparatory School

The TU Berlin International Preparatory School prepares international prospective students from Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas whose secondary school leaving certificate is not equivalent to the German Abitur to study for a degree at a German university. After completing two semesters of coursework you have the chance to take the assessment test (Feststellungprüfung). The certificate awarded allows you to do a degree program anywhere in Germany. Propädeutikum preparatory courses are targeted at prospective students who already have a university entrance qualification certificate permitting direct university entrance. These courses teach the specialist language used in mathematics, physics, and economics and conclude with a German language assessment test.

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Guest auditor program for refugees

The “In2TU Berlin“ program is a special offer for refugees who either qualify for university studies in their own countries, are already studying, or have completed a degree program. The program provides insight into studying at Technische Universität Berlin. If you are interested, please contact TU Berlin’s Academic Advising Service.

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Offers for those aged 45+

TU Berlin’s BANA continuing education program provides training for post-work life activities and is aimed at people aged 45 or over. It is offered as a guest auditor program and informs you about the latest scientific findings. BANA is divided into three areas: the city, the environment, and health and nutrition. In addition to focus-specific events, BANA also offers additional events, for example from science, humanities and social sciences, such as sociology, political science, philosophy, psychology or women's research. The special aim of BANA is to acquire skills for post-professional activities in socially relevant areas, for example for civic engagement in one's own district, in the community, in social institutions or for participation in initiatives and projects.