- Agreement Type
- Subject Area
- Mechanical Engineering
- Partner's Min GPA
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR COURSES
Partner may have none or limited courses in English for exchange students.
Please check the language of instruction for the courses within the agreement that you wish to be placed.
Please make sure to check partner's website for the up-to-date information on language and entry requirements.
‣ Language Certificate
Because the main teachning language at TU Darmstadt is German, all exchange students are required to prove that they have at least A2 level in German. If students plan to take only English course at TU Darmstadt, they do not have to proof any German knowledge, but instead very good English knowledge. The selection of English courses have to be documented on the learning agreement. A list of English course offered by TU Darmstadt can be found here https://www.tu-darmstadt.de/international/exchangestudents/inbound/index.en.jsp
- Only ME (Mechanical Engineering) courses are offered at TU Darmstadt. 1-- Only ME (Mechanical Engineering) courses are offered at TU Darmstadt. 2-- There are also some courses offered in English at TU Darmstadt. A list of courses taught in English can be found: https://tinyurl.com/tuda-english-taught-courses. 3-- If you are planning to take English taught courses only (no German study program at all), you have to provide us with an English proficiency certificate of at least level B2 (instead of the German language certificate). Precondition is that you select adequate English taught courses out of the range of English courses offered at TU Darmstadt. The respective learning agreement completed with your selected English taught courses has to be uploaded with the online application. The range of English taught courses at TU Darmstadt can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/tuda-english-taught-courses 4--Courses from other Departments can be taken as Long as the majority of the selected Courses are from the Department they were nominated to. 5-- Accommodation is available in dormitories of Studierendenwerk Darmstadt. With the letter of admission the students will get information how to apply for a room in the Studierendenwerk. Due to limited capacities accommodation unfortunately cannot be guaranteed. Thus we are offering helpful tips and links to find accommodation in Darmstadt and surroundings on our website. Until students have found accommodation, they may also stay at Darmstadt`s youth hostel for the first couple of days: http://www.djh-hessen.de/jh/darmstadt. 6-- One month before the start of our semester, we offer an Intensive German Language Course. This course takes place during March for the summer semester and during September for the winter semester. It is free of charge and participants may obtain 6 ECTS. More information can be found here: https://www.spz.tu-darmstadt.de/spz_kurse/spz_incomings/index.de.jsp. We strongly recommend our incoming students to participate in this course since it is a great opportunity to have a good start in Germany, especially as they get to know other exchange students.