"Studying civil engineering is a good investment in your own future"

In the winter semester of 2022/23, the civil engineering degree programme at the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg (BTU) will begin an anniversary year. Almost three quarters of a century ago, the former Cottbus State College for Civil Engineering was founded. Today, the BTU's modern degree programme is more attractive than ever for young people.


With DAAD RISE for a research internship at the BTU

Through the DAAD programme RISE Germany, students and doctoral candidates from all over the world can come to Germany for an internship at a university. The students Samihan and Fiona came to Cottbus from the USA. They talk about their internship and why they chose the BTU. Emilia Pożarowska appreciates the advantages of RISE for mentors.


Solidarity with Ukraine continues

The seven universities in the EUNICE higher education alliance, including BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg, have taken numerous measures to help the people from Ukraine.


New booking tool for Science Gallery

From now on, guided tours through the modern science and technology exhibition of the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg in the foyer of the IKMZ can be booked quickly and securely online.


Call for Applications: Falling Walls Lab Berlin-Adlershof

The Falling Walls Lab Berlin-Adlershof has launched a Call for Applications. Outstanding scientific research, business ideas or innovative projects will compete in three-minute presentation rounds. Application deadline is 5 September 2022.


Imaginative concepts for an urban district of tomorrow

Architecture students at the BTU have been thinking about the future of the Riensförde/Stade district (near Hamburg). As part of an excursion, the Bachelor's students had the task of developing urban planning ideas for the Stade district of tomorrow in an impromptu design. Master's students solved the same task in the studio in Cottbus.


Digital Society degree programme starts

Starting in the winter semester of 2022/23, the social effects of digitalisation will be the focus of a new degree programme at the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg (BTU).



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