Information and Counseling Services for Prospective Students
The TUHH stages several information events each year for prospective students. Each event has a different main focus and alignment.
Taster Days (Schnupperstudium)
Expected to take place on
Tuesday, February 19th and Wednesday, February 20th, 2019.
We would like to give you a foretaste of TUHH. Are you interested to find out what industrial engineers or civil engineers are doing? What expertise they need, in which companies they work and what their work routine looks like? Would you like to visit interesting companies in industry, aviation or the technology sector? You can find all this and further information about studying at TUHH in our taster days (Schnupperstudium)
Information from students for prospective students.
Expected to take place on Wednesday, June 19th and Wednesday July 3rd, 2019.
What Does it Mean Specifically to Study Engineering Sciences?
TUHH4u provides answers to this question. Our aim is to enable you to make an informed decision about which course to enrol for by giving you some insights into everyday student life before you commence your studies, and by telling you about the requirements and opportunities for study at the TUHH.
TUHH4u – For Who?
High-school graduates and those interested in applying for a Bachelor course at the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH).
Who is the Organizer?
A joint project of the Central Student Counseling Service, student tutors and specialist advisory services of the TUHH.
Information for study interested refugees:
Consultation for application and university access
TUHH On Tour
You can find a TUHH information booth at several education fairs.
20.10.2018: Stuzubi Hamburg
Dual Work-Study Programs at TUHH
A list of events informing on the dual work-study programs of TUHH is available here.
TUHH goes school
Information on all activities offered by TUHH for school students or schools according to the motto "experiencing and understanding technology" is available at the webpage TUHH macht Schule.
How to choose a study program
You may find useful tips on how to choose a career and a study program on the following web page of the Federal Employment Agency.
Information on the previous knowledge and prerequisites in mathematics required for a study program in engineering sciences can be obtained through the test MINTFIT.HAMBURG, which is available online and free of charge.
You can brush up your knowledge in mathematics and prepare yourself systematically for the requirements in mathematics of a study program in engineering sciences through the Online Mathematics Bridging Course OMB+ and the video-based interactive preparatory course ViaMINT, which are available online and free of charge.
Tips for Parents
You can obtain information on how to successfully support and accompany your child through the process of choosing a career and a study program on the following web page of the Federal Employment Agency.
As part of the Taster Days (please see above), TUHH offers the Parent Talk, a group counseling session for parents of prospective students. During this session, student counselors answer questions with respect to choosing a study program or university, job perspectives and other topics.
The Federal Employment Agency in Hamburg provides information on job training and study opportunities as well as on services for further information and counseling to prospective graduates of high-schools in Hamburg and their parents once a year at the Update Eltern event.