About TU Berlin University
TU Berlin is located in the heart of Germany and Berlin is an amazing science center. TU Berlin students are trained in such a way that they come up with ideas for future development. The university is the first-ever technical university in Germany. Moreover, the university is known as the “Entrepreneurship University” due to the inclusion of its students in every sphere of life, especially in the world of technology.
Why you might choose to apply for the TU Berlin Scholarship
The fellow student who will receive this Germany-funded scholarship will become part of a larger educational arena because the Technical University of Berlin is also part of the University of Berlin alliance. The scholarship is a gateway to wider social networks and to the pool of past and future TU alumni. Besides all these attractions, the most notable is the faculty. TU faculty includes world-renowned teachers such as professors who are members of the US National Academies, two recipients of the National Medal of Science, and ten Nobel Prize winners.
- Host country: Berlin, Germany
- Program: Summer Program
- Duration: 4 weeks
- Host university: TU Berlin
- Deadline: April 29, 2022
Funding Offered at TU Berlin Scholarship
- Student tuition fees will be fully covered.
- The student will receive an on-campus education from the best mentors in the world.
- The student will have multiple opportunities for cultural exchange and learning from others.
Conditions for applying
- Available Majors: See all available majors here.
- You must be currently studying and register as a student.
- The applicant must not be residing in Germany.
Our summer and winter schools are open to all qualified participants, including current students, graduates, mature students, and working professionals.
We require that all applicants are proficient in English (B2, CEFR) and have completed at least one year of university (or can demonstrate equivalent work experience). You will be asked to upload your verification when you register – more details on what we accept below.
If you are a non-native English speaker, you will need to upload a document or certificate. We accept any test results that show you have a score equivalent to B2 or above in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
The table below shows how some of the mainstream English tests compare with B2 in the CEFR system. If your certificate is from a different test provider to the ones mentioned below, that’s fine – please upload it during registration anyway. It is important that your test shows you have at least B2 or equivalent. If we have questions about your score after you have registered, we will get in touch with you.
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If you are a native English speaker, please select the tick-box to show this during registration. You will then be exempt from having to upload proof of English level.
Please note that if you indicate that you are a native English speaker during registration, but your citizenship is from a country where English is not the/a national language, then we will ask you to provide evidence of your English level.
University Studies in English: if you are currently studying at a university where English is the language of teaching, we can also accept evidence that you have passed courses at this university as evidence that you have the appropriate level of English. In this case, you can upload a transcript (record of results) in place of a language certificate. It should be clear on the transcript that the language of teaching is indeed English.
You will be asked to upload evidence that you have at least a year of university experience during the registration. This can be one of the following:
- an academic transcript
- a university enrollment certificate.
If you have not yet completed a year of the university experience, but will have done by the time you join the Summer or Winter University, then evidence that you have passed your first semester so far, will also suffice (please upload the transcript from your first semester).
Your transcript or enrollment certificate should be in English (or easily read by an English speaker).
We do not accept copies of student cards as evidence of university experience.
If you have not completed a year of the university experience, but have equivalent working experience, please upload your CV in place of a university certificate.
Please note that each course has its own prerequisites. Don’t forget to check them on each course description before registering.
How to Apply
- The candidate must first gain admission to TU.
- Applicants must register at TU Berlin Summer University through its registration portal.
- Scholarship applications are only for an on-campus course.
- Upload the application in PDF format and in the “Document” section.