TU Dresden

The Technische Universität Dresden (TUD) is one of the largest “Technische Universitäten” in Germany and one of the leading and most dynamic universities in Germany. As

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About

History

The Technische Universität Dresden has its roots in the Royal Saxon Technical School, which was founded in 1828. Today, it is a university that coalesces  natural and engineering sciences with  humanities and social sciences, as well as medicine. 

Education

As a full-curriculum university with 18 faculties in five schools it offers a broad variety of 121 disciplines and covers a wide research spectrum. Its focuses of Biomedicine, Bioengineering, Materials sciences, Information technology, Microelectronics as well as Energy and Environment are considered exemplary in Germany and throughout Europe.

Research

As a university of technology, TU Dresden covers a broad scientific spectrum. It is internationally renowned for its research and provides excellent conditions for pioneering interdisciplinary research projects. Our research, which ranges from ground-breaking fundamental research to application-oriented projects with transfer relevance, is concentrated in five strategic Research Priority Areas (RPAs).

Career

We, the Career Service of TU Dresden, offer support during your entire degree programme and for up to 12 months after having finished your studies at our university. This service is free of charge.

Services

Student services

"International Affairs" and the internationalisation of teaching and research are an integral part of TU Dresden's strategic development.

The International Office is one of the central points of contact if you need help in one of the following areas: 

  • you are an international student who wants to study at TU Dresden or who is already enrolled.
  • you are a TUD scientist who wants to exchange ideas with colleagues abroad and implement joint projects/programmes.
  • you are planning to participate in promotional activities for TUD abroad, such as student fairs or visits to partner institutions.

Housing services

At the beginning of your course, you will be looking for answers to a lot of questions. One of these is the question of where to live.

Whether you choose to live in a hall of residence or in your own flat, a wide variety of accommodation is available in Dresden.

The Studentenwerk Dresden’s halls of residence provide the best opportunity for living together with fellow students in close proximity to the University. Living here also avoids unexpected costs. You will find offers for both individualists and shared-accommodation enthusiasts here.

Library services

The Central Library is located on campus of the Dresden University of Technology

At this location you will find numerous books and journals as well as the textbook collection, the media collection, the Deutsche Fotothek, the map collection and a lot more.

ICT services

The Service Desk of the ZIH is the Single Point of Contact (SPOC) for all students and guests of the Technische Universität Dresden regarding all services offered by the ZIH.

The staff at the service desk assist you with all of your questions regarding the services on offer. Requests which cannot be answered immediately will be noted by the staff and are handed over to the respective experts.  

Medical services

The TU Dresden Welcome Center will provide a up-to-date list of general practitioners and specialised doctors speaking English or other languages. Please ask for it.

You can also look up a doctor who speaks a certain language in the Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians of Saxony‘s database. Note that the doctor but not all their staff may speak the respective language.

Student Life

Campus life

TU Dresden’s main campus is located south of the Dresden city centre and can be easily reached by bus (bus lines 61, 66, 85) and by tram (tram lines 3 and 8) or via the A17 highway (exit: “Dresden Südvorstadt”). The university outer campuses are located in Tharandt (Department of Forest Sciences), in Dresden-Blasewitz (University Hospital and “Biocampus”), in Dresden-Johannstadt (Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology) and in Pirna (Institute of Waste Management) and Zittau (IHI).

Student clubs

Renowned enterprises and authorities as well as many former students of  TU Dresden actively support the development of our university through their membership, thus continuing a long tradition of private pomoters of the university which began in 1842 with the first foundations, this eventually led to the foundation of the association in 1929 and now to its renewal.

Accreditation

The Commission for Quality in Teaching and Learning has accredited successfully numerous study programmes since its constitution on 19 May 2014. Starting with the programmes of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Faculty of Computer Science all the study programmes are evaluated according to a certain schedule. This evaluation is a basis for the accreditation by the Commission.

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