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.

Please note, that all our events will be held in GERMAN.

Prospective student round-up (face-to-face or digital)

Once a month, the Central Student Advisory Service (Zentrale Studienberatung) of the TUHH organises an information round for prospective students of the Bachelor's degree programs, where you can ask questions on general topics related to taking up studies at the TUHH.

Next dates:

  • Thursday, 25. August at 2 pm, face-to-face
    Am Schwarzenberg Campus 3, building H, room 0.03; Campustour included

    [registration]
  • Thursday, 15. September at 2 pm, Online-Event
    access data tbp

    [registration]
  • Thursday, 27. October at 2 pm, face-to-face
    room tbp; Campustour included

    [registration]

In addition to basic information about the Bachelor's degree programmes at the TUHH, the following topics will be covered:

  • Choosing a course of study, deciding on a course of study

  • Application and beginning of studies

  • Preparation for studies and study requirements

  • Study conditions and study procedure

  • Admission to higher education without a general university entrance qualification

  • as well as all other questions and topics that are important to you.

We cordially invite you to participate in one of our upcoming information sessions.

Please note that it is unfortunately not possible for parents of prospective students to take part in the information round.
For interested parents, there are separate information and counselling offers within the framework of our trial study ("Parent Talk") as well as within the framework of the event "Update Eltern" ("Update Parents") of the Agentur für Arbeit ("Employment Agency").
Tips for parents on guiding their children's choice of study and career can also be found here. (in German)

Taster Days (Schnupperstudium)

The next Taster Days will probably take place on Tuesday, 21st February 2023

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 have interesting insights in 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). (In German)

You can find the program from the taster days 2022 as pdf-file HERE.

TUHH4u - Ask a student! (digital)

Information from students for prospective students.

Dates: Probably in early summer 2023

You can find the program HERE

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.

You can get a first impression of the TUHH in the Virtual Campus Tour
 

Online Campus Tour

Information material as well as links to our Study programs

Further Information Offers

TUHH On Tour

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Further dates will follow.

Dual Study at TUHH

You can find an overview of information events on the dual study program offered by the TUHH here.

TUHH goes school

The TUHH goes school page provides information on all TUHH offers for pupils and schools under the motto "Experience and understand technology". (in German only)

Tips for choosing a study program

You can find helpful tips on choosing a course of study and a career on the website of the Employment Agency.

The Higher Education Compass of the German Rectors' Conference provides an overview of the study options at German universities as well as help in choosing a course of study.

Information on the necessary prior knowledge and prerequisites in mathematics for engineering studies is available as part of the MINTFIT.HAMBURG test, which is available free of charge online.

Within the framework of the online mathematics preperation course OMB+, which is available free of charge online, and the video-based interactive pre-courses ViaMINT (in German only) which are available free of charge online, you can refresh your mathematics knowledge and prepare specifically for the mathematics requirements of a degree course in engineering.

Tips for parents

You can find out how you can constructively accompany and support your child in their choice of studies and career on the following website of the Federal Employment Agency.

The TUHH offers the Parent Talk, a discussion group for parents of prospective students, as part of the event "Taster Days". There, a student advisor answers questions about the choice of study and university, career prospects and other topics.

The Federal Employment Agency in Hamburg, with the participation of the TUHH, informs prospective high school graduates from Hamburg schools and their parents once a year at the "Update Parents" event about training and study opportunities as well as related information and counselling services.
Next event Update Parents:
Spring 2023
(Invitation via the Hamburg School Authority and the Federal Employment Agency Hamburg.

To take part in our online-events you will need:
  • Computer (system requirements) or smartphone (system requirements).
  • Internet connection - wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)
  • Speakers and microphone - built-in or as a USB plug-in or wireless with Bluetooth.
  • Optionally recommended: Webcam or HD webcam - built-in or as USB plug-in