Social Counseling is a service for all Technische Universität Berlin employees. It supports and advises on a broad spectrum of personal challenges in both professional and private life. Its services include:
All employees at the University, whether those covered by staff agreements, civil servants , or apprentices, can contact the Staff Council for assistance with handling a conflict in their direct work environment. Its services include:
Student assistants have their own staff council they can contact with questions and problems about their work. Its services include:
Staff with severe disabilities and equivalent employees who are to be assigned a disability degree can approach the Office of Staff with Disabilities with their needs and concerns. Its services include:
All women in each faculty and the central institutions as well as female applicants can contact their respective women’s representative as required. Services include:
All women completing their doctoral studies at Technische Universität Berlin can seek advising from proMotion. Its services include:
The Main Women's Representative supports all women working or studying at Technische Universität Berlin, as well as female applicants. Her services include:
AStA represents all students at the University and offers special advising for specific target groups. Its services include:
All students at the University can make use of psychological counseling for issues such as exam anxiety, the feeling of being overwhelmed, and more. The team can help with:
All students at the University can seek advising here on all topics related to studying: from their initial application, progression during studies, through to the completion of their degree. Particular consideration is always given to the topic of disability accessibility.
The faculty ombudsperson for doctoral candidates is the first point of contact for all doctoral candidates when seeking guidance on problems and conflicts.
Technische Universität Berlin doctoral candidates and postdocs can contact Center for Junior Scholars for advising regarding conflicts with their supervisor or within their work environment.
All University staff and students can contact the Family Services Office for assistance regarding family issues. Advising encompasses questions on issues such as:
Academic Advising Service provides all prospective students and students of the University with essential information about studying at TU Berlin. Its services include:
Pursuant to the General Equal Treatment Act (AGG), the anti-discrimination officer is responsible for employees in the event of (institutional) discrimination on the basis of race, ethnic background, sex, religion or ideology, handicap, age, or sexual orientation. In such cases services include both general advising for the affected person as well as guidance during complaint procedures.
proScience provides female students at Technische Universität Berlin a series of offers to be more successful in their studies, support them with their degree, and ease their transition to the professional world:
The University Medical Service is available to all University employees. Its services include:
Advising in situations of conflict accompanied by or resulting in a health (psychosomatic, psychic, and/or physical) impairment
First aid in conflict situations of all kinds
All Technische Universität Berlin employees can contact Integration Management for support with resuming work and remaining healthy after an extended absence due to illness. Measures available include re-structuring how work is organized, gradual integration using the Hamburg Model, medical rehabilitation, and modifying one’s workplace.
The services and offers of Human Resources and Continuing Education are open to all Technische Universität Berlin employees looking to gain new skills, further their knowledge, and learn about different team courses. Its services include: