Most master’s programs at TU Berlin are taught in German. However, some courses are taught in English within these German-language degree programs, requiring you to submit proof of the relevant language skills when applying. This is also the case if you are applying for solely English-language master's programs. You can find further information about the language requirements below.
A proof of German language proficiency is necessary for all degree programs held in German language.
It is not necessary for:
Only the following certificates are acknowledged. Other proofs cannot be accepted.
Important! Please note that only final certificates can be accepted. We are unable to accept provisional language certificates. Please inform yourself in time (approximately 6 months before the application deadline) of examination dates and how long it will take to issue the final certificate.
Framework regulations for German language examinations for studies at German universities (RO-DT) of the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany
Admission of foreign applicants with foreign educational certificates to studies at German universities: Proof of German language skills in accordance with the resolution of the KMK of 2.6.1995, version of 12.12.2007
A precourse is a pre-study offer which prepares you for a degree program. Precourses are offered at TU Berlin by its Preparatory School. It offers both general German and technical German courses.
You can find information about applying for a precourse on the following page.
English language skills are required for all English-language degree programs. If you want to submit a TOEFL certificate, please use the uni-assist code 2727 for your test center.
Please note, however, that some German-language programs also require proof of English language skills. Refer to the subject-specific admission requirements for your chosen degree program to learn which language skills are required.
Please note that some master’s degree programs may require proof of other language skills (officially certified copy). You can find further information in the subject-specific admission requirements of your chosen degree program.
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