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Basic information

Kind of Institution and funding body
University, public
Year of foundation
Total number of Students
Students at this campus
Semester contribution
307.54 €
Tuition fees
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Students by area of study

Medicine, Health Science
Natural Sciences, Mathematics
Law, Economic and Social Sciences
Humanities, Languages
Engineering Science (incl. Computer Science)
Other studies

Students by type of degree pursued

Bachelor's degree
Master's degree
Teacher qualification degree
Pre-Bologna degrees
Other types of degrees

Central services

Opening hours central student counselling

Special features regarding the library

Together with two larger specialist libraries, the university library provides more than 3 million electronic and conventional media. There are approximately 1,500 reading and workstations. The library includes the university archive and the architecture museum with almost 140,000 digitalised plans and drawings. We are especially committed to customer-oriented services, research data and open access.
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Foreign language center and courses

There is a foreign language centre. Languages offered: English, French, German as a foreign language, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Chinese.
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Special features regarding university sports

The university offers its own sports programme. Students attending the institution can participate in sports programmes at four other institutions in addition to TU: Free University (FU), Humboldt University of Berlin (HUB), University of Applied Sciences Berlin (HTW) and Berliner Hochschule für Technik (BHT). Participation is subject to fees. Under a cooperation agreement, the sports programme at TU Berlin is open to students enrolled at all institutions of higher education in Berlin. TU Berlin actively promotes dual careers under the ‘Partnerhochschule des Spitzensports’ cooperation with OSP, the Olympic training centre in Berlin. The TU Berlin owns and maintains its own sports facilities, although there is no faculty with sports science content. University sports actively participate in promoting the occupational health of staff and students alike. Sports: University sports at TU Berlin comprise some 160 sports ranging from ball sports and games to fitness, health, martial arts, dance and exercise, water sports and individual sports.
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Last update 2023: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education