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Central contact point for those affected by the war in the Ukraine

TU Braunschweig has set up a central point of contact for those affected by the war in the Ukraine. If you have any questions about the current situation or need support, please contact Anja Cziommer (students) or Astrid Sebastian (researchers) via email:

Coronavirus: Informations for international students

Please contact Tanja Filipp if you have any questions about corona-specific regulations at TU Braunschweig:

Choosing a university is an important decision to take and there are many questions to consider. Which degree programme is right for me? How do I apply? How well do I have to speak German? And what offers does TU Braunschweig have for international students?

On these pages you will find all the information you need to apply to our university and start your studies successfully.


Coronavirus: Information for international students

Corona-specific regulations at TU Braunschweig

International Coffee Break for students

The International Student Support starts a new event format in the summer semester 2022: At the weekly International Coffee Break, all international students are invited to have a coffee together and exchange ideas, experiences or information with each other and with the International Student Support Team.

Interest-free loans from the Hildegardis Association for refugee Ukrainian female students

The Hildegardis Association grants interest-free loans to refugee women from Ukraine who want to continue their studies in Germany or start another qualification measure.

"Discover..!" Excursion series for international students

The International Student Support Team invites all international students to discover different companies in the region as well as cities in Germany together.

Confirmation of compulsory attendance in Germany during your studies

Due to the current situation, the Incoming Office provides a document confirming the necessity to be present in Germany during your studies.