Certificates of the TUD
On 18th January 2008 “Dresden EXISTS – the TU Dresden’s start-up initiative” has received the award “Selected Landmark in the Land of Ideas 2008”, a competition organised by Deutsche Bank und the federal initiative “Germany – Land of Ideas” launched by the German government. The complete press information about the award ceremony is available here.
Current information about Dresden EXISTS is available at www.dresden-exists.de. The award ceremony and additional information about the “Land of Ideas” can be found at www.land-der-ideen.de.
The research project "Extra Stable Wood profiles" of the Faculty of Civil Engineering describes an environmentally friendly process for the manufacture of structural components made of wood, which saves wood and makes the same stable.
On 19th June 2007 TU Dresden received the initial certification “Family-Friendly University” awarded by the “beruf und familie gGmbh”. On 17th May 2010 TU Dresden has been successfully re-audited for the following three years.
More Information about the Audit is available here:
Since January 2003, TU Dresden is the first “Technische Universität” in Germany with a validated Environmental Management System in compliance with the so-called EMAS regulations.
More information about EMAS and the environmental protection at the TU Dresden is available here:
Based on the strong conviction that only an internationalised university can take an active part in shaping the globalisation process and guarantee its competitiveness, the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK) decided to establish the Audit “Internationalisation of Universities” in 2009.
The aim is to help German universities approach the internationalisation process strategically, according to their needs and to anchor it firmly within the institution.
Between 2010 and 2011 TU Dresden took part in the Audit.
The Audit “Internationalisation of Universities” provides an independent and systematic internationalisation advice, which is tailored to suit the specific profile of each university:
- an assessment of the university’s current state of internationality
- the identification or definition of the university’s internationalisation goals
- the (further) development of an institutional internationalisation strategy
- recommendations for specific measures in defined areas of internationalisation
Since 2014 TU Dresden partakes in the process of re-auditing. Over a period of three years it offers the TU Dresden an accompanying monitoring for its internationalisation process and in conclusion an external assessment of the implementation success. Upon completion, the TUD receives a seal of participation, to certify that our institution has systematically pursued its internationalisation process within the re-audit and has committed itself to achieving the self-defined internationalisation objectives.