Applicants must hold a Bachelor’s or equivalent degree in Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology or related fields of study who wish to pursue a research-oriented in-depth study.
24 CP acc. to ECTS
Chemistry & Physics:
12 CP acc. to ECTS
9 CP acc. to ECTS
Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering:
15 CP acc. to ECTS
Fundamentals of Bioprocess Engineering:
6 CP acc. to ECTS
To make it easier for you to start your studies at the TUHH, you will find various offers here:
Yes, there is a chance for internships or a semester abroad. Typically this should be done in the 3rd semester.
Yes, you can! All Master of Science degree programs at the TU Hamburg can be studied dual. Since 2003, the Technical University of Hamburg has also offered its Bachelor's and Master's degree programs in a dual study variant in cooperation with more than 50 cooperating companies.
The study concept combines complete university studies with professional practice in the engineering field. The students are employed by one of our cooperating companies and, as cohorts across study programs, represent the entire spectrum of engineering sciences.
The program is rounded off by seminars on the development of social skills, so that graduates can face the challenges of the working world in a responsible manner.
You can find more information about the dual study program at the TU Hamburg here: https://dual.tuhh.de/
Yes, you can do a doctorate after completing the master's program. Research topics for the PhD are offered by the institutes of the Hamburg Process Engineering. Here you can find more information about research of the dean's office civil engineering.
The TU Hamburg is one of the youngest universities in Germany. On the clearly arranged and cozy campus you will quickly get to know your new fellow students and in spring and summer numerous seating areas and green spaces invite you to linger together in the fresh air. In an almost familiar atmosphere, we celebrate our summer festival every year in June, where our TU's own beer brewing group "Campusperle" also offers its creations. Of course, you can also get involved in our numerous AGs, which also organize regular events, e.g. screenings of the cinema AG, concerts of SingING or SymphonING. Of particular interest to Data Science students are also the HULKs, who regularly participate in international robot soccer championships, for example.
If you decide to study at TUHH, you also decide to study in Hamburg, the metropolis on the Elbe, Germany's second largest city and certainly its most beautiful. Hamburg combines urbanity and maritime life and is also Germany's greenest city with over a million inhabitants. You will never get bored here: rowing on the canals during the day or jogging in the city park, sunset on the Elbe, a concert in the Elbphilharmonie or a pub night on the Schanze and the fish market at dawn. Here you will find everything for the adventurous, but also numerous quiet places to pause. Together with your fellow students, you will certainly explore Hamburg and its treasures quickly and get to know your new favorite place.
All modalities for admission to the Master's program are regulated in the Statutes on Studies.
The framework conditions for examinations at TUHH are defined by the General Study and Examination Regulations (ASPO) and the Subject-Specific Study and Examination Regulations (FSPO). The Module Handbook describes the concrete design of the modules provided for in the curriculum and their learning objectives. They also provide information on content, recommended prior knowledge and literature for preparation.
All regulations relevant to the study program can be found here.
Career Center and Alumni Network TU&You
The TUHH Career Center supports students and graduates in the transition from university to work. The services offered include company contact fairs, the TUHH-PraxisPlus internship program for prospective TUHH master's students, case study workshops and job application training. The alumni network TU&YOU offers the opportunity to make contact with former TU members while still a student through a variety of events such as research afternoons, homecoming events and anniversaries.