TU Dresden ／ ドレスデン工科大学 ／ Technische Universität Dresden (TU Dresden)
|Number of students||The number of students varies from year to year|
|Eligibility||Students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program|
|Period of study||October 2017 - July 2018|
|Location||Mommsenstraße 13, 01069 Dresden, Germany|
The range of research opportunities and courses offered at the TUD is extremely diverse
and quite unique in Germany. The university is international in character with students
from a variety of different countries. The TUD offers over 100 individual courses of
study and can point to excellent undergraduate and graduate programs with interdisciplinary work.
Exceptional results in interdisciplinary teaching and research are one of the most prominent features of the TUD. They are the outcome of the university's special commitment to creating an international and innovative place of studies, teaching and research.
|Undergraduate programs open to exchange students||
|Undergraduate programs NOT open to exchange students||Certain restrictions within the faculty of medicine|
|Graduate programs open to exchange students||
|Graduate programs NOT open to exchange students||Some restrictions in courses with limited seats, in particular courses with lab requirements such as medicine, biology, chemistry etc.|
|Minimum GPA (UG)||Depends on faculty|
|Minimum GPA (G)||Same as above.|
|Minimum language proficiency (UG)||
Lectures, seminars, and recitation/practical course components are held, for the most part, in German.
Normally, successful participation in these classes requires at least intermediate (B1) knowledge of German.
If you intend to take courses in a programme that is taught in German, you must provide proof of competence in German with your application (native speakers are exempt).
In some cases, courses can be taken in English. First of all, this is the case if you intend to enrol in an English taught Master's programme at the TU Dresden. In addition, projects and other assignments can be written in English if an agreement can be made with the faculty in question.
If you intend to complete your studies in English, you must provide proof of competence in this language (native speakers are exempt). However, basic German language skills are highly recommended.
|Minimum language proficiency (G)||Same as above.|
2016 WINTER SEMESTER:
Classes begin: October, 2016
Classes end: February, 2017
2017 SUMMER SEMESTER:
Classes begin: April, 2017
Classes end: July, 2017
|Important university website for exchange students||http://tu-dresden.de/internationales/int_stud/ohne_abschluss/nondegree|
|Scholarship information||Check with the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD|
On and off campus housing is available.
The Student Tutor Network of TU Dresden might be of great help for incoming students:
and also does the Buddy Program of AEGEE-Dresden: