Life in the university city

When looking for a university course, many young people today tend to be attracted to large cities like Leipzig or Dresden. But the university town of Freiberg is not far from these two large cities - exactly between Dresden and Chemnitz. 

With its 42,000 inhabitants, Freiberg belongs to the small town category, but that is precisely what gives it its special flair. Short distances to the lecture halls, low rents and numerous cultural and leisure activities make life in the university town attractive. For example, the city offers a cinema, museums, bars, cafés and restaurants in addition to the Central Saxon theatre (Mittelsächsisches Theater). And should you ever want to go to Dresden, the state capital can be reached in only 45 minutes by train or car thanks to the good transport connections.

Freiberg also offers attractive career opportunities for our graduates with its university, the Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology and as a technology and geomontan location in the field of semiconductor production and solar technology.

"100 years of the independent right of the (TU) Bergakademie Freiberg to confer doctorates"

TU Bergakademie begeht 100 Jahre eigenständiges Promotionsrecht2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the first independent award of the doctorate of the TU Bergakademie Freiberg. This anniversary will be duly celebrated from 3rd to 5th June 2020 with the BHT - Freiberg Research Forum, special expert colloquia and a festive event. From now on you can register without obligation and will be informed automatically by email as soon as it is officially possible to register for the specific events.

News

Scientists testing the new measuring platform on a lake
Scientists of TU Freiberg have developed a robot which is able to measure water and environmental parameters on inland waters. Recently, the research group has been successfully testing the swimming device for the first time on a lake in the centre of the Saxon city. … weiterlesen

E-Learning via smartphone. Foto: Crispin Mokry
Four initiatives at the TU Bergakademie Freiberg are now being supported as part of the Saxony-wide Digital Fellowship program. … weiterlesen

Dr. Mathias Müller examining a solar cell.
Highly efficient silicon solar cells with zero degradation: In a current project named ZORRO researchers of the Institute of Applied Physics are devel-oping such cells. Together with partners they will be optimizing the solar efficiency and the energy yield per module of modern solar cells. … weiterlesen

The former PhD student Prof. Kristin de Payrebrune riding the lion
As the university celebrates the centennial of its entitlement to confer doctorates it reaches out to former PhD students to share their experiences of being doctoral candidates at TU Bergakademie Freiberg. Beginning June 5 the stories will be published online to show the postgraduate research. … weiterlesen

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