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Barrier-free studies

Students with disabilities receive supportive information about their studies at BTU

Gender & Sexual Diversity

The BTU would like to make gender diversity visible and honor the gender diversity of students and Staff Members in their everyday studies and work.


Every year, we participate in the Germany-wide Diversity Day and ceremoniously open the Cottbus CSD Campaign Weeks.

Further priorities

The BTU is committed to sustainable protection against discrimination against people. One focus is the commitment against racial discrimination.
It is committed to the principle of non-discrimination.

Reconciling family responsibilities with work, an academic career or studies is actively promoted through a wide range of measures.
You are welcome to enquire at familie(at)b-tu.de or take a look at our Family-friendly University website.

BTU Cottbus- Senftenberg stands for a successful strategy for gender equality in all status groups.

The Islamic prayer room is located directly opposite the refectory of the central campus in the basement of the green intermediate building on Universitätsstraße. Please feel free to contact Mohamed Elhag.

The Cottbus Student Community is a group of Protestant, Catholic and free church Christians. It includes students and employees of the BTU, as well as young adults from Cottbus and the surrounding area.

BTU is a cosmopolitan and international university and offers support for our international students at every stage of their studies.

The BTU sees continuing education as a component of personnel development and competence promotion and promotes "lifelong learning". Further Education

The BTU is committed to healthy, health-promoting and largely barrier-free conditions and offers a wide range of health services.
Feel free to take a look at our website for workplace health promotion.

The fact that the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg sees the promotion of diversity as a task and also as an opportunity is expressed in its self-image. It also signed the "Diversity Charter" in June 2011, thus making a commitment to fairness and appreciation towards its students, staff and members.

The aim is for the members and affiliates of the university to be able to develop in their full individuality.

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