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Technical University of Berlin

Berlin, Germany


MBA, Engineering, Biology, Arts

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International Student Rate

Summer, Winter



Acceptance Rate

23 : 6

Student: Teacher Ratio

History, Affiliations and Rankings

The origins of Technische Universität Berlin, as well as its prior incarnations, may be traced back to Frederick the Great's reign. In 1879, the Royal Trade and Building Academies merged to form the Königlich Technische Hochschule zu Berlin (Royal Technical Academy). In 1916, the Königlich Technische Hochschule absorbed the Royal Mining Academy. One of the most notable representatives of the University's predecessor institutions is the architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel, whose structures may still be seen across Berlin. The university is officially recognized by the Senatskanzlei Wissenschaft und Forschung, Berlin (Senate Chancellery for Science and Research of Berlin). TU Berlin secured the ranking of #159 in the QS World University Rankings. U.S. News and World Report ranked the University at #330 in Best Global Universities, #139 in Best Global Universities in Europe (tie) and #23 in Best Global Universities in Germany.

Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses

Campus Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Campus Wedding, TU Campus EUREF, and Campus Dahlem are the four campuses that comprise the university. The main campus of Technische Universität Berlin is located at Ernst-Reuter-Platz in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, on either side of Straße des 17. Juni, the city's majestic avenue that runs from Ernst-Reuter-Platz to the Brandenburg Gate. The Main Building, the Executive Board offices, the Architecture, Chemistry, and Mathematics Buildings, the iconic "Rosa Röhre," as the former experimental station for water engineering and shipbuilding is known for its distinctive pink pipe, the Telekom Hochhaus, and the buildings on Marchstraße are all located on the campus. TU Campus EUREF is a European environmental, climate, energy, and mobility teaching, research, and advising institute. Biotechnology, Arts Studies, Automotive Engineering, Computer Science and Architecture are among the popular programs at the university. The university offers a total of 49 Undergraduate and 89 Graduate degree programs.

Accomplishments and Alumni 

TU Berlin is one of the best-performing universities in Germany in terms of research. The University's accomplishments include a steady increase in external funding, success in international rankings and prestigious prizes and awards such as Alexander von Humboldt Professorships, Leibniz Prizes and European Research Council grants. The university‚Äôs list of achievements is unending. It has a global network of more than 35,000 alumni in 139 countries. Some of the notable names include Konrad Zuse, a German civil engineer, Eugene Wigner, a Physicist and G√ľnter M. Ziegler, President of the Free University of Berlin.

Student Diversity and Visiting Companies,

Females constitute 40% of the student body at the university. There is 25.7% of international students enrolled. 8.8%of the student population are enrolled for the first time at the university. It has a total of 335 staff and professors. As of 2021, the university offered doctoral degrees to over 420 students, out of which 112 were females. The Career Service at TU Berlin assists students with preparations for their later professional careers by offering numerous workshops on applications and the application procedure and a summer and winter school. Amazon, Zalando, Google, McKinsey & Company, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Tesla are among the top employers of university graduates.

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