TU in Berlin
Berlin is able to accommodate about 50 subjects, and there are no shortage of new studies programs being developed to match whatever new paths of research you can come up with.
TU in Berlin covers 600,000m², and has schools including diverse fields like Humanities, Process Sciences and Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering and Transport Systems
Mathematics and Natural Sciences and Economics and Management. The education you earn at TU Berlin will make use of the newly built Volkswagen Library, the shared heart also servicing the Berlin University of the Arts, and housing the many volumes which formerly occupied the individual libraries of 17 of TU's subject-specific schools.
As a ranking member of the Top Industrial Managers for Europe network, TU in Berlin heads up research requiring exchanges between the best engineering schools Europe has to offer. It also belongs to Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research, which provides mechanisms for regular and graduate level student cooperation between Europe's leading universities. All of these factors make Technische Universität Berlin Germany's top destination for German and foreign students alike when it comes to finding engineering educations that lead to lifelong career paths.