Why studying in Freiberg is your way to improve the world
Sustainable studying and living in Freiberg. That means taking responsibility and meeting current challenges with a cool head and smart solutions.
Shape the future
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From the development of super-lightweight components for mobility and research to sustainable fuels and 3D printing from renewable raw materials or the recycling of metals. The courses of study are aligned towards specific areas of application in business and research and offer the best career opportunities after graduation. TUBAF students meet global challenges with innovative, intelligent and sustainable solutions!
The University of Resources
Modern developments require resources, energy, materials and technologies for sustainable use. The university is engaged in excellent research and teaching on fundamentals and processes related to resources, energy and materials. For this purpose, it unites all departments of engineering, natural sciences, geosciences and economics under one roof. This ensures interdisciplinary research and a future-oriented education for students.
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of tradition and innovation
Chemical elements discovered at the university
Residences on campus
Although the geosciences at TU Freiberg are globally networked and the institute offers various specialisations, it feels very familiar in the laboratories and working groups. The cohesion, the joint work and an open ear from the faculty members at all times makes the atmosphere unique.
Dr Sandra Herrmann, alumna and geoscientist at NASA
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Research, Economy & Society
Forward-looking research with strong partners from industry
Our six faculties develop efficient and alternative technologies for a sustainable economy. The focus is on the exploration, extraction and processing of a wide variety of raw materials, the storage and conversion of energy, the development of raw materials as well as processing and recycling methods. In this way, we are working on future technologies for closing the raw material cycle and making an important contribution on the way to an efficient circular economy.