TU in Darmstadt offers 40 areas of study in 13 faculties including non engineering ones like Computer Science, Business Administration, Economics and Law, Social sciences, and History. While you may think that you don't need anything but the engineering courses you feel are going to be pertinent to your eventual line of work or career path, realize that the knowledge you earn in these classes is essential. The skills and information you process during lectures at TU are structurally organized so that you can apply them to all areas of your life. Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry are all staples of a TU education, but by offsetting these scientific fields with Psychology, Education and Sports, TU has fostered an environment that gives our students and staff the experiential edge they need to be world leaders.
TU in Darmstadt has a long history of integrated research and teaching, and a philosophical stance that the two are indivisible has built up a tradition of excellence in both. Over 200 facilities exist at the Center of Scientific Computing where research is a byword, and industry cooperation is an essential must. TU opens doors to opportunity for students from all over the globe. When you're ready to advance your education as much as you seek self-betterment, the doors of TU are open to you.