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If you're the kind of student who would like to spend much of your summer learning as much hands-on Logistics Management, Non Destructive Testing and Industrial Management in Microelectronics as you can, you might be a good fit for our Digital Summer School Program which starts from 5th till 11th July 2021

Also included are:

  • German basics course
  • Cultural activities (e.g. virtual guided city tour through Dresden)
  • Speaker from the car-industry in Germany
  • Certification

Content of the lectures

Day 1:

- Welcome Event
- Introduction to Programmes (LOG, NDT, IMM)
- German Basics

Day 2:

- Logistics Management Introduction
- German Basics

Day 3:

- Non Destructive Testing Introduction
- German Basics

Day 4:

- Industrial Management in Microelectronics Introduction
- German Basics

Day 5:

- Group Work Management + Presentation
- German Basics

Day 6:

- Virtual guided City Tour
- German Basics

Day 7:

- Speaker: German Automobile Sector
- Farewell and Certificates

10 good reasons for DIU

  • University of Continuing Education of the TU Dresden
  • University network with excellent contacts in science, research and industry, e.g. University Hospital Dresden, Frauenhofer Institute, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Daimler AG, Fresenius Kabi, Linde Group
  • More than 200 international lecturers
  • 40 Bachelor‘s and Master‘s degree programmes
  • More than 40 seminar rooms and classrooms
  • Attendance times and virtual lessons
  • Study programmes are state-recognised and certified
  • International courses of study since 2004
  • Modern infrastructure, small study groups, excellent lecturers from the
  • fi elds of science and business
  • Courses of study with a high practical orientation and practical experience
  • Connection to the TUDIAS language school of the TU Dresden

Dresden - a city to live, study and work in

  • Regional capital with a wide range of cultural activities and many leisure opportunities & short distances within the city, very good accessibility of important institutions
  • Low cost of living compared to other study locations – about 800 euros per month & good infrastructure and public transport
  • Inexpensive housing near the university
  • The DIU supports students in their accommodation search even before they begin their studies
  • A wide range of sports at TU Dresden & plenty of team sports clubs
  • Numerous cultural offers - museums, theatres, opera, cinemas
  • Fascinating surroundings: Saxon Switzerland, Dresdner Heide, the Lusatian Lake District
  • Fast access to European capitals – approx. 2 hours
  • Dresden is a student city – more than 45,000 students live here
  • Semester ticket for buses and trains and numerous discounts in public institutions
  • Quick contact to other fellow students, as there are many existing student associations already
  • Great trendy district in the Dresden Neustadt
  • Wonderful career opportunities, as in Saxony alone 26,000 unfi lled positions in STEM subjects are currently available