Our academic year is divided into the winter semester (WiSe), starting October 1, and the summer semester (SoSe), starting April 1. Study visits are based on these periods and usually last one or two semesters.
An overview of all courses can be found in the Course Catalogue of our Campus Management System TUCaN. Most courses are offered annually, so you can use the previous semester's course catalogue to plan future semesters. You can generally choose lectures, seminars, tutorials and excursions as courses. For assistance and further information, please contact your respective international officer. If you come to TU Darmstadt as part of the Erasmus+ programme, you also have the opportunity to write a BA/MA thesis (opens in new tab). More information
The 13 departments of TU Darmstadt cover engineering, natural sciences as well as humanities and social sciences overview
In addition to the departments, 5 fields of study have been created for interdisciplinary research and teaching:
Energy Science and Engineering
Information Systems Engineering
Please check here for the department’s website for incoming exchange students:
Department of Law and Economics
Department of History and Social Sciences
Department of Human Sciences
Department of Mathematics
Department of Physics
Department of Chemistry
Department of Biology
Department of Materials Sciences
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Department of Architecture
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
Department of Computer Science
Courses in English
You can complete an exchange programme at TU Darmstadt even without extensive knowledge of German. Many courses are taught entirely in English. An overview of the courses offered in English can be found in the course catalogue and the Campus Management System TUCaN, under English Courses.
If you would like to improve your German language skills during your stay, you can take courses at the Language Resource Centre. Please note the separate procedure for the allocation of places.