Directorates and staff units
On behalf of the executive board, the university administration fulfils all the central administrative tasks of the university and provides the best possible framework conditions for research and instruction. It divides the subject areas over eight departments.
Six staff positions are directly subordinate to the President or Vice President, Administration and Financial Affairs, and undertake cross-sectional tasks and special projects. The head of the university administration is the Vice President, Administration and Financial Affairs.
This directorate's portfolio includes university strategy, quality management, organisation of administrative bodies, and strategic controlling.
Responsible for all matters relating to current and prospective students, campus management including TUCaN, the development and quality assurance of courses offered, as well as university and higher education legislation
Responsible for the central management of all finances for TU Darmstadt.
Responsible for floor-space management, contractual matters relating to property, letting and leasing, control systems, occupational and environmental safety, infrastructural building management and radiation protection.
Responsible for the overall planning and execution of building maintenance, renovation and new-build projects, technical operation and energy management at the university, as well as for barrier-free construction and mobility management.
Responsible for research matters as well as knowledge and technology transfer at TU Darmstadt.
Responsible for the management of personnel matters for all employees at TU Darmstadt, human resources development and general legal affairs at TU Darmstadt.
Responsible for all international matters: International university and exchange partnerships, international students and visiting academics/researchers.
For all employees and students: The Gender Equality Officer is committed to equal opportunities and respectful and appreciative treatment of all members of the TU Darmstadt.
The Internal Audit staff unit sees itself as a partner of the university management with the aim of identifying weaknesses, optimising processes and safeguarding assets in order to make an active contribution to value creation.
The IT- and Process Coordination manages the tasks related to the Requirements Management. The Requirements Management was developed to enable transparency in the process of developing new requirements into IT-solutions. Relevant requirements are identified and processed in cooperation with the HRZ in order to ensure on-time delivery.
The staff unit is the central management, coordination and service unit for all matters relating to internal and external communication at TU Darmstadt.
The Family Service supports students and employees in finding the right balance between university studies, career and family.
An offer for all employees: Social counseling and conflict management service helps if you want to discuss a personal matter or a problem from your working environment.
Administration information portal
The portal bundles information and offers from the administration for the administration and the departments.