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What kind of society are we living in today?

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Professor Löw is convinced that a better understanding of contemporary conflicts can be achieved by analyzing public spaces.

Current social, political and technological changes, as well as uncertainties and conflict around the world all point to a fundamental issue: the relationship between people and the spaces they live in is being renegotiated and transformed. This involves processes characterized by tension and conflict. The main features of these processes can be captured by the concept of "refiguration of spaces". The German Research Foundation is funding a new Collaborative Research Center in the fields of sociology, architecture and urban planning at TU Berlin that will take an interdisciplinary approach to analyzing spatial structures and new spatial knowledge. more to: What kind of society are we living in today?

Studying at TU Berlin

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The internationally renowned TU Berlin is located in Germany’s capital city at the heart of Europe. It offers a broad range of degree programs in seven faculties: over 40 Bachelor's programs or State examination programs in science, economics and humanities. Go on reading for the full range of programs. more to: Studying at TU Berlin

Guest student program for asylum seekers at TU Berlin

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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. more to: Guest student program for asylum seekers at TU Berlin

A space for international exchange

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The TU Berlin Summer and Winter University offers courses from a wide variety of topics, workshops and team-building activities as well as a diverse cultural program. It is an exciting opportunity for participants to gather experiences and make new acquaintances in a truly international setting. more to: A space for international exchange

Our satellite campus in Egypt

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The TU Berlin not only has a campus in Germany's capital, but also in the small town of El Gouna in Egypt. The master programs that can be pursued there include Energy Engineering, Urban Development, Water Engineering, Science in IT for Energy, and Business Engineering Energy. The programs commence once per year in October. You can apply for the next intake up to twelve months in advance. more to: Our satellite campus in Egypt

TU Berlin – An Overview

  • 32,752 students, including 6,165 students from other countries
  • 7 faculties
  • 326 professors
  • 16 junior professors
  • 2,641 research associates
  • 3,233 externally-funded positions
  • over 90 courses of study
  • 2,125 staff in administration, libraries, central institutions and workshops
  • 295.7 million euros in state subsidies for the year 2014
  • 174 million euros in external funding for the year 2013
  • average of 15 habilitations and 470 doctoral degrees granted each year
  • approximately 120 trainees each year in 15 professions