You are entitled to study in your home-country? You have already studied at home or even hold a degree? In these cases our guest student program is your way into TU Berlin. In(2)TU Berlin is a program for refugees whose residence status is unresolved, to give you an insight into our degree programs. Participation is free.
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Following the success of 2015, the TU Berlin Summer University is getting ready to deliver an even bigger portfolio in 2016. Courses from a wide variety of topics, workshops and team-building activities as well as a diverse cultural program make the Summer University an exciting opportunity for participants to gather experiences and make new acquaintances in a truly international setting. Registration for 2016 is now open online.
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The art historian Prof. Dr. Bénédicte Savoy from TU Berlin is to receive the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize. This was announced in December 2015 by the German Research Foundation (DFG), which awards the prize. This honour is one of the most important German research awards, and is worth 2.5 million euros. Bénédicte Savoy conducts research on art plundering, looted art and restitution from a historical perspective.
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The new semester has begun, not just in Berlin but also on our Campus El Gouna in Egypt. The master programs that can be pursued there include Energy Engineering, Urban Development, and Water Engineering. The programs commence once per year in October. You can now apply for the next intake up to twelve months in advance.
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The ceremony commemorating "50 Years of the Queen’s Lecture" took place on June 24, 2015 and was attended by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. The lecture was held by Neil MacGregor, director of the British Museum in London and founding director of the Berlin Humboldt Forum.
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