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Studying at TU Berlin

  • How do I apply for bachelor studies or master studies in physics?

Exchange programs

  • Whom may I ask my questions?
  • I'm going to study at TU Berlin by means of the Erasmus program. Can you help me to pick my courses?

Doctoral Studies

  • I want to persue doctoral studies at TU Berlin. Where should I start?
  • I need a professor of TU Berlin to be my academic supervisor. How do I find one?
  • Is there a doctoral school at TU Berlin. What is the language of education?
  • Who is responsible for recognition of my degree?

How do I apply for bachelor studies or master studies in physics?

For information about your application, please refer to the office for admission and enrollment [1].

Whom may I ask my questions?

Up-to-date information can be found on the website for international affairs [2] of the TU Berlin.

I'm going to study at TU Berlin by means of the Erasmus program. Can you help me to pick my courses?

A list of courses can be found here (PDF, 171,9 KB) [3] for the Bachelor program and here (PDF, 58,7 KB) [4] for the Master program. Elective courses in the latter list are mostly out of date. An up-to-date list of required elective courses in the Master program can be found here [5]. If you any have difficulities, don't hesitate to contact us.

I want to persue doctoral studies at TU Berlin. Where should I start?

Two information sources to start with:

  • a brochure about admission issues entitled guidelines for doctoral studies (PDF, 108,1 KB) [6]at TU Berlin for applicants with a foreign university degree"
  • The web site of the Office for admission and enrollment [7]. Please note the section about language proficiency [8]. You will need C1-level proficieny according to the CEFR [9] unless you are employed by TU Berlin [10].

To chose a research group, refer to the website of the Physical Departments and the Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics [11] or the list of doctoral programs [12].

When you are determined about you doctoral studies, please contact the delegate for doctoral studies at school II, Ms. Sigrid Krajewski.

I need a professor of TU Berlin to be my academic supervisor. How do I find one?

In principle you are free to chose you supervisor. Eigther you can browse the research groups here [13] and contact the head of your group of interest. Or write an application to the head of one of the departments:

Department of theoretical physics
Prof. Dr. Harald Engel [14]
email: itp@physik.tu-berlin.de [15]
Center for astronomy and astrophysics
Prof. Dr. D. Breitschwerdt [16]
email: kontakt@astro.physik.tu-berlin.de [17]
Department of optical and atomic physics
Prof. Dr. Michael Lehmann [18]
email: Lehmann@physik.tu-berlin.de [19]
Department of solid state physics
Prof. Dr. Michael Kneissl [20]
email: ifkp@physik.tu-berlin.de [21]

 

 

Is there a doctoral school at TU Berlin. What is the language of education?

Unfortunately there is no doctoral school in physics. But a list of doctoral programs [22] can be found here.

The language of education in the doctoral programs is English. However lectures in the Master program are held in German.

Who is responsible for recognition of my degree?

Please contact one of the professors of the Examinition Board.

  • Prof. Brandes, tel. ++49 30 314 23034, office hours Mon 13:00-14:00, brandes@physik.tu-berlin.de [23]
  • Prof. Dähne, Tel. ++49 30 314 24698, office hours Thu 13:00-14:00, daehne@physik.tu-berlin.de [24]

Erasmus coordinator

Prof. Dr. Birgit Kanngießer
+49 (0)30-314 21428
Eugene-Paul-Wigner-Gebäude (EW)
Raum EW 337
E-Mail-Anfrage [25]
Webseite [26]
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