Frequently asked questions
The job posting will contain the contact details of the organizational unit that is advertising the job. This may be an institute or a subject area within a department, one of the central facilities or part of the university's administration, for example. Please contact them directly in the event of any related queries.
Please submit your detailed application (including copies of required testimonials) by the deadline given in the job posting and to the contact details provided. The code number assigned to the job posting must be quoted in all cases.
Yes. Your application must be received by the specified deadline for applications. For applications sent by post, it is the date of the postmark that is relevant. Applications after the deadline cannot be considered.
The selection process is carried out decentrally by the unit that has posted the job.
All applicants will receive confirmation that their documents have been received. Typically, a selection of candidates is invited for an initial face-to-face interview within two to three weeks of the closing date. Further interviews are possible. The approval of the staff council (Personalrat) is requested as soon as a decision has been made. Following this, the application process is complete. Only then can rejection letters be sent out; this is usually two to three months after the closing date.
No. For legal reasons, no interim enquiries can be answered during an ongoing application process. We will be in touch with you as soon as the process is complete.
No. Applications sent by e-mail and by post are treated the same and valued equally. If a certain mode of application is specified, this is solely to simplify internal procedures. We therefore request that you base your application on the information provided in the job posting.
Yes. When the application process is over, we will return your application portfolio to you without being asked, unless otherwise specified.
Applications sent by e-mail are deleted.
Please send applications in response to specific job postings.
TU Darmstadt does not maintain any waiting lists or pool of applications. As a rule, therefore, speculative applications cannot be considered.
No. TU Darmstadt is unable to cover travel costs or other expenses incurred which may arise in connection with your application.
Vocational training at TU Darmstadt
TU Darmstadt provides vocational training opportunities in various areas. For more information about vocational training and to apply for an apprenticeship place, please click the link below. Apprentice vacancies are advertised in a list or through the job postings.