TU Berlin Summer and Winter University
TU Berlin Summer and Winter University Programs
Come and discover Berlin, the cultural capital of Europe! The TU Berlin Summer and Winter University offers a broad range of challenging and interesting courses from diverse...
The German language course at TU Berlin Summer and Winter University addresses the needs of beginners. The content of the course follows the standards of the Common European...
Learn about each of the development stages of the business plan: idea generation, business concept development, business plan conceptualization, and business plan presentation...
A major challenge in tackling global warming is the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, especially in the electricity sector. The “Energiewende” (the Energy Revolution)...
Like many cities around the world, Berlin wants to become a leading Smart City by 2030. But what does that mean? How can new technologies help to tackle some of Berlin’s...
The course focuses on understanding and programming Arduino microcontroller, and designing interactive, responsive devices that express media contents. The course is suitable...
This course covers the fundamentals of engineering acoustics and their application for solving noise control problems and enhancing sound fields in spaces. Students will
Climate change is everywhere: news, politics, and science... it emerged as the most dominant topic of the 21st century. Most of the scientists believe we have to tackle climate...
In this course, participants will learn the theory of mechanics and electromagnetism for computing engineering systems like MEMS (Micro/nano electro Mechanical Systems),
TU Berlin Summer and Winter University Reviews
StartUp crash course
Submitted by Dina Safiullina - - | April 03, 2017
My impressions of the internship? - very positive! The experience of studying in Europe was really interesting. I also enjoyed the focus on the development of students' skills to analyze, debate, and present, through regular discussion of the material, team assignments, and mini-presentations. The experience and knowledge gained during this study will be useful in my later work and in all areas of my life.
Definitely reccommend and would do it again!
Submitted by C.T.B - - | March 23, 2017
All of the Winter/Summer University staff are extremely helpful, friendly, and welcoming. They answered all my questions before I even enrolled in the course as well as when I was in Berlin.
The cultural program is fantastic. It's a great way to learn about Berlin and to meet other students in different courses. As for the course, I learned a lot, but -- and I may be crazy, I don't know what student asks for more homework-- I wish we had just a bit more home assignments or readings. Overall, I loved my experience with TU Berlin's Winter University and I am considering returning this summer or next winter. Thank you everyone! Danke!
An excellent experience
Submitted by Ronnie - TU Berlin | March 02, 2017
The TU Berlin Winter course in Java was definitely a great learning experience. Immediately we were immersed in the fundamentals of Java programming in a practical and fun way with consistent guidance from our lecturer.
Along with the course, the TU Berlin Team organised several amazing cultural trips and outings to give a real feel for life in Berlin.
I would highly recommend the TU Berlin winter and summer school's programs.
Submitted by Sebastiaan - VU University Amsterdam | February 28, 2017
I spent my January learning Java programming at the TU Berlin. I had an amazing cultural experience, met a lot of fun people, and successfully finished the Java course. I'm happy to have had this amazing experience provided by the TU Berlin, and hope to return soon to join the Summer program!
The experience Berlin
Submitted by anonymous - Queensland University of Technology | February 27, 2017
The TU Berlin Winter University Course was not only a fantastic way to improve my own academic skills but also have the opportunity to explore historic centre, political heart and cultural hub of Germany, that of Berlin. On the academic side, the course was engaging and the lecturer was informative. There was plenty of hands on experience that was integrated into the course framework. Alongside the academics, there was plenty of social and cultural events that were organised. These ranged from travelling to Dresden, exploring Berlin and a taste of the German lifestyle.