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Press releases [1]

The Public Relations and Public Information Office issues around 300 press releases each year. We can provide you access to the most up-to-date reports and commentaries on university policy, research and teaching issues, staff news and university events. These media releases are generally intended for journalists. more to: Press releases [2]

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University Newspaper "TU intern" [3]


Our university newspaper "TU intern" reports on current topics that affect our university, in addition to a number of local and national issues. This publication is aimed at the greater university community and TU alumni, as well as at public policy makers, industry and the media. The print version of this newspaper appears nine times each year. more to: University Newspaper "TU intern" [4]

Alumni Brochure "Starting Your Career" [5]


With 34,600 members in 139 countries, the TU Berlin Alumni Program is one of the largest of its kind in Germany as well as one of the richest in tradition. Many of our alumni have stayed on in Berlin after graduating and have made their careers here, finding personal happiness along the way. This brochure is intended to provide international students and the new generation of scientists, researchers and scholars at our university looking to enter the German labor market with advice on making the transition to their professional lives. It also contains information concerning contacts who can help them with advice and support at this crucial phase. Our alumni also offer reflections on their experiences of starting out on their careers. more to: Alumni Brochure "Starting Your Career" [6]


Office of Communication, Events and Alumni
+49 30 314-23922
Main Building
Room H 1004
pressestelle@tu-berlin.de [7]
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