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Cooperations

Chemnitz University of Technology puts great emphasis on internationality. Its attractiveness is based to a large extent on the exchange of students and lecturers as well as on high-level research in international teams. To implement activities of that kind vivid partnerships with strong global partners are required. For this reason TU Chemnitz maintains an extended and intensive network including more than 100 partner universities worldwide.

Thanks to these co-operations students and scientists are able to realize stays abroad and joint research projects. Concerning the exchange within the European Union TU Chemnitz can rely on a considerable number of ERASMUS partnerships. But also beyond this program there is a great variety of opportunities ensuring global mobility.

 


Success through
networking

To get to know more about the perspectives opened up by existing agreements or concerning the initiation and completion of new partnerships please contact the International Office of TU Chemnitz using the address below. 

Annett Müller

(Deputy Head, Agreements, DAAD-Programs)
Telephone:
+49 371 531-37922
Fax:
+49 371 531-13509
Room:
Bahnhofstraße 8, G206
Office hours:
on prior appointment

Nadja Hüller

(Counselling of international students, Study Stay abroad, Office organisation)
Telephone:
+49 371 531-39462
Fax:
+49 371 531-13509
Room:
Bahnhofstraße 8, G101a
Office hours:
Tue: 10.00 - 12.00 and 14.00 - 16.00
Fri: 10.00 - 12.00
DAAD programs (IAESTE, Ostpartnerschaften, Go-East), Karl and Ruth Mayer-Scholarships

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