The round flight over the University Square and through the old building offers the opportunity to get to know the TU Braunschweig from an unusual perspective. Whether lecture halls, senate hall or architecture pavilion: The drone makes a few spectacular rounds. The flight was recorded by the Institute for Operating Systems and Computer Networks with research assistant Sven Pullwitt as pilot.
The International House is the central contact point for international topics and issues at TU Braunschweig. We provide advice on spending time abroad, support you in language and intercultural learning and accompany international students through their studies in Braunschweig. Whether it’s a semester abroad in Spain, a Japanese language course, a language tandem programme or intercultural exchange on campus - we make internationality come to life.
We’re here to give you advice: We help you find a suitable host university for your semester abroad and offer intercultural and language training opportunities in Braunschweig. If there is a foreign language you would like to learn, you can choose from twelve different languages. Our International Student Support Programme supports international students from the very beginning with info events, networking opportunities and excursions. You can develop your individual skills in workshops and German courses.
Gain intercultural experience: You can feel the international atmosphere on the Braunschweig campus, too. More than 3,000 international students are studying at TU Braunschweig. There are a number of intercultural projects in which you can get involved, for example as a language coach or tandem partner, or participate in one of our intercultural initiatives.
The Family Office offers students information and consultation on all aspects of combining studies and family.
We offer you consultation on the topics of childcare, study and examination organization, compensation for disadvantages, maternity leave, care of relatives, campus with child and much more. Your concerns are discussed individually and, of course, treated confidentially. In addition to the consultation services, students with family responsibilities can network and exchange ideas at parent-child-meetings; current information is distributed via mailing list and newsletter. For newborn children, the Family Office provides a Baby Bag with our TU lion.
The Diversity Office promotes student diversity at TU Braunschweig and is the central point of contact for students who encounter challenges and barriers in their studies.
Visible and non-visible barriers - diverse as the students themselves
Whether you have a physical/mental impairment or a chronical illness, whether you face situational stress, discrimination or language barriers or in case of you being a first generation student (FGS), or you dealing with other kinds if challenges, we will help you to minimize those barriers.
Advice, information and networking
As a central contact person Anouk Almstedt advises you confidentially on topics such as study organization, dealing with barriers and experiences of disadvantage or discrimination. Additionally the Diversity Office connects you with internal and external counseling centers such as the representative for students with disabilities or many others.
diversity@TU: Workshops | Diversity Mentoring | Student Networks
The Diversity Mentoring offers you orientation in your studies. You will be receiving support from other students from the same department or having the opportunity to support others yourself. In the student networks LGBTIQ*@TU, BIPoC@TU and FGS@TU you can exchange ideas and network with other students in a safe space.
Studying doesn’t qualify for just that one specific job. Rather, you will be able to choose from a range of opportunities. And learning to articulate one‘s job expectations and how to use personal skills and strengths in a job context helps with a smooth transition into the work life.
As a central, faculty-independent service facility, the Career Service is there to help with defining career goals and developing skills that will enhance your employability – throughout your studies at TU Braunschweig. Thus, you will be prepared to reach the job-level for which your are qualified through your studies.
Each semester, we offer a program consisting of workshops, field trips, and discussion groups. These events are meant to provide you with information on the job market and potential employers, allow you to explore different options, and to even try out current work and application methods. In addition, we offer 1:1 counseling with regard to application questions, information research and networking , or choosing an employer or job field.
Initial consultation for students on topics such as part-time jobs, employment contracts, vacation and sick-leave, on interships and much more.