To study abroad at the Faculty of Etit at TU Darmstadt, you must be enrolled at a partner university of TU Darmstadt. Within the framework of the agreed exchange agreements, you can study one or two semesters in Darmstadt.
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freely according to their interests. Since courses from all departments are open to you, you have a lot of freedom in your choice of courses, especially courses (opens in new tab)
. English taught courses
All courses in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology are open to exchange students. If you would like to attend courses from other departments, please contact the respective department beforehand to find out about any special requirements.
The courses offered at the TU Darmstadt are organised in modules. For example, lectures and exercises form a module for which ECTS points can be earned. Have a look at the (opens in new tab)
and modules offered (opens in new tab)
Englisch taught courses.
TuCaN is the campus management system of the TU Darmstadt. With TuCan you can choose your courses, register for and deregister from examinations, and also receive a list of all courses as an overview.
If you enter the module number of the course offered in TuCaN under “Course Search”, you will find out which courses belong to a module as well as the respective details of the courses. The courses are often abbreviated in TuCan. To help you understand them we provide a (opens in new tab)
and what they mean. list of the abbreviations
The examination period at TU Darmstadt lasts from mid-February to April in the winter semester, and from mid-July to October in the summer semester. If there is an overlap with the start of lectures or examination period at the home university, it may be possible to arrange a special solution with the professor of the module.
In order to apply for the exchange programme of the TU Darmstadt, you have to submit your application (“Application for admission”) online. The is responsible for the application and admission to our exchange programmes. You can find more International Relations and Mobility Unit. information about the application
In the Bachelor's programme, the language of instruction at the department is predominantly German. Accordingly, German language skills of at least A2-B1 (CEFR) are required; better language skills are recommended. In addition to an intensive language course before the start of the semester, further German courses can be taken during the lecture period.
Many of our seminars at Master's level are offered in English, so that it is possible to study either in English or in German in the Master's programme. In order to be able to study successfully, language skills of B2 are also recommended here.
If you would like to write your Bachelor's or Master's thesis at our department, you should contact the staff of the department of your choice as soon as possible. We offer a
and the corresponding departments. list of topics for theses