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Discovering campus life first hand

What is it like to study at a university? Which kinds of subjects are taught? How is life on campus? Give real student life a try from 1 April to 24 May 2019!

Are you interested in applying to a university and want to see what studying and campus life at Technische Universität Chemnitz is like, and find out whether you and the university are a good match? Then come and check out our study programmes and get a glimpse of student life - free of charge.

Through our "Schnupperstudium" we offer you the chance to discover the university and its campus first-hand. This trial course programme allows you to take part in eight suitable courses, in order to give you an overview of the wide spectrum of subjects taught at Technische Universität Chemnitz, and introduce you to the study environment and the campus itself.

For more information and registration for the "Schnupperstudium" 2019, please visit www.tu-chemnitz.de/schnupperstudium

(Author: Susann Kappler / Jeffrey Karnitz)

Mario Steinebach
29.03.2019

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