Technical University of Berlin (TU Berlin) is a research university located in Berlin and one of the largest and most prestigious research and educational institutions in Germany. The university was founded in 1879. University alumni and professor include among others ten Nobel laureates. TU Berlin is ranked among the top 50 in the world in Engineering & Technology according to QS World University Rankings. The university is known for its highly ranked engineering programs, especially in mechanical engineering.
University in brief
Language of instruction: German and English Academic calendar: October-March, April-September Credit system: ECTS Website:www.tu-berlin.de Note: The academic calendar differs substantially from KTH's.
Number of spots: KTHs agreement with TU Berlin is for Engineering and Business & Administration. For more information please contact your international coordinator Grade requirements: None Language requirements: A2 in German at the time of application; B1 at enrollment
Programme specific information
If your programme or your school is not listed below, contact the international coordinator at your school.
Master’s Programmes: Civil and Architectural Engineering, Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure, Sustainable Urban Planning and Design
This university offers courses that are relevant for your programme.
Master’s Programmes: Real Estate and Construction Management, Sustainable Technology
No student from your programme has been on exchange at this university before. Please investigate the courses offered carefully.
Master’s Programme, Transport and Geoinformation Technology
This university offers relevant courses for your programme, but you should also be prepared to take elective courses.
School of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology and Health (CBH)
Agreement: Shared between all schools at KTH+ Specific CBH - 6 semester places per academic year in chemistry and 2 in biotechnology.
TU Berlin offers several
in english (Energy, Computational Neuroscience, polymer material).
Recommended for the following programmes at KTH:
Master's Programme, Chemical Engineering for Energy and Environment (TKEMM)