TU Darmstadt – that's what it should be. But which academic programme suits me best? Orientation and information are helpful. Everything important can be found here.
What shall I study and where? One of the more than 110 degree programmes at TU Darmstadt, for example.
Courses include engineering with degree programmes like Mechanical Engineering or Computer Science.
Perhaps you would rather study one of the natural sciences, e.g. Chemistry or Geodesy and Geoinformation?
TU Darmstadt also offers humanities courses like History or Business Information Systems.
The university is spread across the whole city. Stadtmitte campus is located in the city centre.
The Lichtwiese campus is slightly further out.
Be surrounded by green on the Botanical Gardens campus. The TU also has various other sites across Darmstadt.
The University and State Library (ULB) contains accumulated knowledge for all students.
For anyone needing help to make up their mind, the TU open day provides a look behind the scenes of the university.
University and careers information events also enable prospective students to find out about study opportunities.
There are student exchange opportunities with a number of partner universities. These bring guests to Darmstadt from all over the world.
Studying is not everything: a range of sports activities act as a counterbalance.
There are more than 60 university societies and groups you can join as a break from studying. Build a racing car, make music or advise companies!
There is something for everyone: The courses available at TU Darmstadt are widespread amidst technical emphasis. It has appealing offers in engineering, natural sciences and human as well as social sciences.
Do your strengths and interests match your chosen degree programme? This self-assessment section will help you find the right course for you.
TUDay – open day at TU Darmstadt
Every year, TU invites school pupils to find out about degree programmes at the university. Open days include presentations, guided tours, lectures and opportunities to talk with teaching staff, other members of staff and students.
University and careers information events (in German: hobit)
In January each year, TU Darmstadt, Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, the Evangelical University of Applied Sciences and Darmstadt's employment agency hold information events for young people from across the region.