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Technische Universität Berlin
Thursday, the 02. July 2015
- Presenting the NAO-Robot to Queen Elizabeth II
- © TU Berlin/PR/David Ausserhofer
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. The guests of honor included German Federal President Joachim Gauck, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Michael Müller, Governing Mayor of Berlin.
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- © TU Berlin/PR/ Ulrich Dahl
The internationally renowned Technische Universität Berlin is located in Germany’s capital city at the heart of Europe. Our academic activities are focused on achieving sharply-defined goals: building a distinctive profile for our university, ensuring exceptional performance in research and teaching, providing our graduates with excellent qualifications and a modern approach to university administration.
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- © TU Berlin/PR/ Ulrich Dahl
With its seven academic faculties, around 100 degree programs and nearly 31,000 students, TU Berlin is one of Germany’s largest technical universities. The main focus in research and teaching is on engineering and natural sciences. Other subjects include planning, social sciences, the humanities, and economics and management. Apart from our regular curriculum, we also offer international programs that are fully or at least partly taught in English.
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- © TU Berlin/PR/ Jacek Ruta
The Summer University at TU Berlin, scheduled to start on July 20th and end on August 28th, invites any student from around the world to participate in a unique summer experience. Broaden your knowledge in one specific subject chosen from our summer school course list while earning ECTS (EU) or CPs (US) for course participation. Our courses are all taught in English.
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- © Dr. Antoine Simonneau
Discovering a chemical mechanism that, to date, has simply been overlooked by science is not something that happens every day. Hence the tremendous excitement of Professor Dr. Martin Oestreich, who works at TU Berlin's Institute of Chemistry. His research group has discovered a reaction that makes possible so-called 'ionic transfer hydrosilylation' under ordinary laboratory conditions and at room temperature – and all without the use of a metal catalyst!
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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