The offices of the Graduate Academy are located on the 1st upper floor of Building B (Auf dem Schwarzenberg-Campus 2, 21073 Hamburg).
The event rooms are located on the ground floor of Building B (Auf dem Schwarzenberg-Campus 2, 20173 Hamburg).
Arrival by public transport:
The nearest S-Bahn stops are "Harburg Rathaus" and "Heimfeld" (both accessible by S 3 and S 31). From there it is a 10 minute walk. The next bus stop is "Kasernenstraße (TU Hamburg)" (reachable with line 142). From there it is about a 2 minute walk.
There is no resident parking in the area so far. Free parking spaces can be found mainly in the Bissingstraße. At the TUHH parking lots, the daily maximum price is 3€.
On application, doctoral students may receive a doctoral supplement from the Graduate Academy in addition to their doctoral certificate. It will document the generic competences and attainments they have acquired during their doctoral studies.
The minimum requirement for this supplementary certificate is that they must have taken part in seminars, workshops and training courses/sessions with an interactive component amounting to a total of eight event days.
The qualifying events must include at least two from the program of the Graduate Academy. They may also include workshops at TU Hamburg's Zentrum für Lehre und Lernen, the Startup Dock, the TuTech, the NIT, ProExzellenzia, the Graduate School of Leuphana University Lüneburg, the Hamburg Research Academy and the SMART-ER Academy (ECIU), as long as they are explicitly aimed at the target group of doctoral students or young research scientists. Events organised by other institutions cannot be recognized.
Information and networking events do not count toward the requirement as a matter of principle.
An event day is defined as totaling 6 to 8 hours and half an event day as 3 to 4 hours.
Reservation of our rooms in the Center for Higher and Doctoral Education
The rooms on the ground floor of Building B (Center for Higher and Doctoral Education - ZSP) are managed by the Graduate Academy.
The doctoral examination room (B 0.001, 160 sqm) is designed for max. 70 persons. It is equipped with a beamer and lectern for on-site presentations.
The adjacent preparation room (B 0.004, 21 sqm) is used by the doctoral examination committee for pre- and post-examination discussions in a small circle.
The rooms can be reserved at any time for doctoral examinations and events aimed primarily at PhD students and/or postdocs. Reservation requests for other uses can be processed starting two months prior to the event date.