VBB semester tickets for the winter semester 2019/20, which expired on 31 March 2020, will continue to be accepted as tickets for the use of public transport for the last time until 28 June 2020. The prerequisite is that an original certificate of enrolment for the summer semester 2020 can be presented. This also applies to the additional ticket to the Semesterticket Berlin.
In the meantime it is also possible to update the stamp of validity on your chip card on the various validation stations.
Main Building: Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m
Building 7 Foyer: opening hours of the libraries
Building 2 Foyer: Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m
Library: opening hours of the libraries
The security guard provides access in each case.
Since the BTU is in online mode and the student service is therefore currently only available by e-mail, there is a very high volume of inquiries. We are working flat out to process all requests as quickly as possible. Please refrain from multiple requests and queries about the processing status. If employees are not available, you will receive an absence note with information on the substitution arrangements. Please note: If you submit requests by e-mail in accordance with the current BTU guidelines, the date of receipt of the e-mail is considered the date of receipt of the mail. For particularly urgent matters, the Student Service is also available by telephone. Please use the telephone service only in these cases.
Infothek Main Campus
Mr Thomas Heinze: Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m
T +49 (0) 355 69 5569
Mrs Steffi Guttowski: Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m
T +49 (0) 3573 85 271
We thank you very much for your patience and understanding.
For the General Studies in summer semester 2020 in study programmes at the BTU only the modules stated in the catalogue are permitted. Other modules are not allowed to be selected.
Please notice the indices, which are determined by the heads of the study programmes. Not all the modules in the catalogue are permitted in every study programme.
The General Studies (GS) are intended to teach skills beyond the specialised knowledge. Therefore General Studies are not part of the regular study programme, but add subject independent aspects. They do not replace skill integrated instruction, necessary from the angle of the study programme.
Students studying a modularized programme can register the modules of the general studies online.