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Information on winter semester 2022/23!

On 17 October 2022, the lecture period for the winter semester 2022/23 begins at TU Berlin.

We warmly welcome you on 10 October with a festive welcome event and with the week for the start of the semester from 10-14 October 2022!

Contact the experts of the TU Berlin to clarify your concerns about the new semester individually. During the week at the start of the semester, the central contact points of the university offer extended office hours for all students and newly enrolled students. An overview on the central website at the start of the semester shows you the most direct way to discuss your concerns. A video with your main contacts at TU Berlin gives you an overview if you are new to our university.

At the start of the semester, introductory events are held for the respective degree programs and introductory days for newly enrolled international students at the TU Berlin.

All information on the start of studies and on studying and teaching under pandemic conditions can be found on the central websites. Detailed information on courses can be found in the TU Berlin course catalog.

Here you can find further information on the Mathematics-Service, which offers the mathematical modules for engineering, economics, etc.

Further information about the Chemistry and Physics Service can be found at ISIS (Information System for Instructors and Students).

You would like to attend courses of Faculty II as a visiting student or guest auditor? Find out more about how to apply for a visiting student program and contact marcel.koenig#at#tu-berlin.de by e-mail with the completed form.

Please read the information for all members of TU Berlin on the current coronavirus regulations regularly and the specific information on the topics of studies in general as well as examinations.

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