All courses* run for three weeks, from January 11th-29th, with a preparatory reading week starting on the 4th. *The German language course is a four-week courses, running from 4th- 29th of January. Courses at the TU Berlin Winter School Online are full-time and include approximately 30 hours of instruction per week. Participants receive a certificate of the TU Berlin and 5 ECTS credit points on successful completion of their course.
Data Science with Python
Learn about Data Science and how to program in Python, utilizing powerful libraries such as Numpy, Pandas and Matplotlib. Gain insights using algorithms and machine learning to classify and predict data.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Create and develop new products and innovation concepts. Take this course guides you through the process, from the initial idea to the development of a business concept.
German for Beginners
Learn to deal with everyday situations in a German and conduct simple conversations. This three-week introductory course covers listening, speaking, reading, writing and culture.
Introduction to Python Programming
Get a full understanding of how to program in Python and how to use Python for data analysis and visualization.
Space Mission Design
Design and conduct your own space mission in an interdisciplinary group. The goal is to prepare and present a full scenario and spacecraft configuration of the space mission using the fundamentals of space technologies and simulations.
Machine Learning using Python: Theory and Application
Learn about the theory and application of the most common machine learning models and how to use Python to implement the taught models and apply them to solve real world problems.
Circular Economy: Introduction and Urban Prototyping
Get an introduction to the emerging topic of Circular Economy, design your own ‘circular prototypes’ for your city, making material flows visible and understanding relevant infrastructures as well as socio-economic processes.
Extended Reality: Design and Development
Learn about extended, augmented, and mixed reality. Besides the theoretical overview, participants will learn how to do the first basic setup for extended reality (XR) applications and address user experience and user testing in XR applications.
Berlin is a cultural hub with immense historical significance. Young artists from around the world use the multicultural, open-minded climate as an inspiration and both visitors and residents alike can enjoy a spectacular array of cultural activities on offer throughout the city. From art exhibitions and theater productions to concerts and festivals, Berlin has more than 180 museums and collections, 440 galleries, three opera houses, eight major symphony orchestras, 98 cinemas, 150 theaters and stages, and many other cultural institutions. Tuition costs for the TU Berlin Winter School include a Berlin Cultural Program which offers students the chance to get a glimpse of what the city has to offer. Activities include a guided sightseeing tour, a visit to the German Parliament, sporting activities, visits to historical sites and social networking activities.
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We invite everyone to take part in our Winter University, whether you are a current student, a graduate, a mature student or a working professional. All participants are required to be proficient in English (B2) and have completed at least one year of university. You will be asked to upload verification of these requirements when you register. Please note that each course has its own pre-requisites. Don't forget to check them on each course description before registering. For more information and FAQ, click here.