1. All ETIT Institutes and laboratories:
2. University library:
The university library is currently housed in the magestic castle of Darmstadt. Soon it will be moved into a new state-of-art building.
3. ETIT Department reading room:
4. Institute reading rooms:
Every individual institute has its own reading room ( For eg:Reading Room – High Voltage Technolgy). Please consult the assistants of professors for more information.
5. E-Learning Tools:
Various modes of E-Learning (such as online course material or scripts, video lectures, wiki pages, forums, online chat messenger etc) are being implemented by the E-Learning center of TUD.TUD E-Learning website
Other useful sources:
6. Foreign Language Center:
“Sprachenzentrum ” is a central foreign language facility of the TU Darmstadt. Here one can learn many foreign languages completely free of cost.
Tip: The city library of Darmstadt (called “Stadtbiblothek”) also has a wonderful section for learning foreign languages.
7. PC Pools:
ETIT department offers its students publicly accessible computer labs called “PC Pools”. The computers here are loaded with state-of-art softwares and can be used for both learning and free browsing purposes. There is also a “Central PC Pool” managed by HRZ (university computer center) at university level.
8. Student Representations (or Associations):
The university level student association is called “ASTA”. The ETIT department also has its own student union called “Fachschaft 18”, which is again a part of ASTA. These two are political representations of students. Student can approach these anytime in case of any help.
9. Electrical Technology Association (ETV):
It is one of the oldest university student groups at the TU Darmstadt ( founded in 1899 ). They organise a variety of events such as technical seminars, field trips and socializing fun activities. They also maintain a large collection of question papers of former semester exams..
10. Alumni (former students) network:
11. Jobs & Careers portals:
Student Jobs (Hiwi Jobs):
Hiwis (Hilfs- wissenschaftler) are students helping in support activities in teaching, research and other service projects. All such on-campus along with other off-campus jobs are advertised on the university job portal called “Stellenwerk”.
Tip: Please check the notice boards outside department institutes for offline ads.
Company Contact Fairs:
The Konaktiva is one of the oldest and largest student-organized company contact fairs in Germany. It offers students the chances of getting internships, thesis or even come closer to the dream job in their different companies.
12. Mensas (or Canteens):
Canteens are managed by independent body at university level, which is called “Studentenwerk”. These offer special discounts for students.