© Felix Noak

Campus-Life at TU Berlin

Free time on campus

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Sports Offers on Campus

From A for aerobics to Y for yoga: TU Sport offers a wide variety of courses for all groups and ages. The University is a team player as demonstrated, for example, by its participation in large events such as the Berliner Firmenlauf and our top athletes’ performance in international competitions.

© Philipp Arnoldt

Cultural Offers on Campus

Campus life at Technische Universität Berlin is colorful and offers an array of opportunities. Do you want to learn more after your lectures or at the end of the work day? The University’s extensive cultural and sports program is bound to have something that will pique your interest.

© Felix Noak

Where to Eat and Drink on Campus

There are number of options on the campus providing affordable and tasty food. In addition to the main canteen (or Mensa) on Hardenbergstraße, we have a number of cafeterias and student cafés offering rolls, coffee, and cake as well as warm meals for that well deserved break.

© Janine Rülicke

Official TU Berlin University Shop

Whether you would like a t-shirt, bag, or cup, a variety of University merchandise, including office materials, can be ordered from the TU Berlin university shop. All employees of TU Berlin are offered purchase on account.

Stories from campus

© Anna Groh

The TUmato: Participatory Event for TU Members

In 2022, too, new things will grow out of TU Berlin. To achieve this, we first need to sow the seeds. Our TUmato makes this possible in a very special way. The tomato seeds carry an open source seed license. We want to hear, see, and read from you about how your TUmato grows.

© Private Sammlung Burkhard Lüdtke

“He Just Wants to Make Music”

Burkhard Lüdtke worked as a lecturer for model building at Technische Universität Berlin for 30 years, shaping the minds of generations of students. In his second life, he is the singer and songwriter of countless songs, including the Schlager hit “Herzilein”.

© Technische Universität Berlin/KFG

Time for a Cultural Change

“I am your colleague and not your sweetie” or “The suggestion was just as good when my female colleague made it five minutes ago”. These texts can be read on posters currently on display at Technische Universität Berlin. What exactly lies behind the initiative “Time for a cultural change! Fight sexism in all forms”?