Chemnitz University of Technology

Chemnitz University of Technology

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Outstanding opportunities for study and research; excellent career perspectives for graduates and researchers; no tuition fees; intensive mentoring thanks to favourable faculty-student-ratio; high-performance research and high-tech laboratories; close connections to industry and extramural research institutions; modern campus; international flair; orientation week for new students at the beginning of each term; buddy program organized by German students to support international students; special web-portal for international applicants, also in Polish language (; modern vibrant city with long tradition (foundation of Chemnitz around the year 1170); Chemnitz situated in the "3-land-junction" Germany/ Poland/ Czech Republic.


High-tech laboratories; various well-equipped computer pools; lecture hall; large and diversified university library; 8 large dormitories (room rents of about 200 Euros); various sports facilities and opportunities; student clubs; several dining halls


No tuition fees for all courses of studies but only a semester contribution of actually about 200 Euros per term which includes a semester ticket for the free use of the whole public transport system in Chemnitz and the train throughout Saxony. Cost for accommodation per year about 2.400 Euro. As the prices in Chemnitz are generally very moderate the living expenses are quite low. For a sample calculation please use the following link:


There are different application procedures for international applicants at Chemnitz University of Technology: those without German general qualification for university entrance or with a foreign first degree who apply for a whole course of studies have to apply via “uni-assist”, other applicants apply directly at Chemnitz University of Technology. Besides the necessary academic qualifications, for German-speaking courses of studies a successfully accomplished German Language Examination for University Entrance (DSH) is generally necessary. For English-speaking courses of studies the required English language proficiency varies. Exchange students should have some knowledge of German language. For all details concerning application processes and necessary documents please use the following link: