Studying Mechanical Engineering
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Gain experience on the subject of STEM studies and career opportunities.

  • Accompany female students through their everyday studies.
  • Find out more about the research areas of lecturers and professors.
  • Get to know everyday working life after studying.

Particularly school girls can refer to the website Can I STEM? of the Central Student Advisory Service and Orientation Center (ZSB) to inform you about offers, current trends and research topics.

With the help of the Online Self Assessment (OSA) Mechanical Engineering, you can not only find out about the Mechanical Engineering degree programme, but also learn more about the range of courses and the mechanical engineering department based on 3 assessments (in German only)! Details can be found here.

With the help of the new Online Self Assessment (OSA) Aerospace Engineering, you can not only find out about the new English-language Master‘s degree programme Aerospace Engineering, but also learn more about the range of courses and the mechanical engineering department based on 3 assessments (in English)! Details can be foundhere.

Who could give you better insights into study and university decisions, expectations and perceptions of mechanical engineering and the course itself than our students? Find out what they have to say about these topics on the blog posts of #studentsofTUdarmstadt.

Follow this link to read the blog posts of the Mechanical Engineering Department:

We engineer future – will you too? – Shaping the future with mechanical engineering

Their perspective – Students of TU Darmstadt give you an insight into their mechanical engineering studies

Think big and go green – with Mechanical Engineering – Sustainable Engineering

Aerospace Engineering – Experience the fascination of aviation and space travel first-hand

Here you can find more information on the major fields of study at at Mechanical Engineering Department.

Further Programmes

The offer from our mechanical engineering student department to take a prospective student to a mechanical engineering lecture. More information can be found here.

The so-called junior course enables talented high school students to take part in courses and exams while they are still in school. The academic achievements made in this way allow an early orientation with regard to the desired field of study and are fully recognizable in a later study at the TU Darmstadt. The choice of courses for one semester (half year) can be individually designed according to the offer and in agreement with the department.

More information can be found here.