Scientific Continuing Education and Cooperation(ZEWK)

Career Development

Science as a means to an end or an end in itself?

Career Development offers practical courses and advising covering both of these options.

When setting goals and seeking to achieve them, it is important to first understand what your own wishes, needs, values, skills and competences are. You then need to present them as attractively as possible taking account of the requirements of the profession you wish to work in as well as current trends in recruitment and self-presentation.

Our courses enable you to develop your understanding of career development as well as broaden your skills to help you find and forge the right career path for you.

Please note
Hoch hinaus! week in February 2023 offers an intensive program with ideas and inspiration for career development as well as the opportunity to have your CV checked.

Our courses are aimed at all junior scholars and researchers as well as doctoral candidates at TU Berlin and the other partner institutions within the Berlin University Alliance (BUA).

Hoch hinaus! – Career weeks at TU Berlin

Our week-long Hoch hinaus! program in February 2023 offers a range of new ideas and inspiration!

! Increase your chances of success in the next stage of your career by improving your skills profile and self-presentation in your applications.

Program highlights:

  • One-on-one advising
  • Expert advice on the most important practical aspects of applying
  • The chance to put together a program tailored to your needs from the different offers available

Career Development course offers

Contact and advising

Stefanie Giljohann

Organization name Scientific Continuing Education and Cooperation(ZEWK)
Office FH 10-1

Wissenschaftliche Weiterbildung

030 314 24030

Room FH 1015

Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R)

TU Berlin is one of the first universities of technology in Germany to implement the European Commission’s “Human Resources Strategy for Researchers” (HRS4R) initiative, thus committing to the principles of the European Charter for Researchers as well as the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers.

By pursuing this initiative, TU Berlin aims to ensure the requirements of the European Commission adopted in 2005 are met. These seek to attract the best scientists within and outside the European Research Area as well as provide researchers at all career levels with the best possible conditions to pursue outstanding continuing education opportunities as well as conduct excellent research and teaching.

Further details about the project