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Welcome at Campus El Gouna

TU Berlin Campus El Gouna
TU Berlin Campus El Gouna

Technische Universität Berlin established a satellite campus in Egypt to act as a scientific and academic field office. The nonprofit public-private partnership (PPP) offers German services provided by TU Berlin at the campus in El Gouna, on the Red Sea. TU Berlin has established three new Master’s degree programs – in Energy Engineering, Urban Development, and Water Engineering – as pilot programs at the new campus. more to:

Late Application Period for 2016 - 2018 Master's Open


Hand in your complete application until 31 August 2016 and you will be informed about the decision of the Selection Committee as soon as possible.

Find all the information about the admission process here.

DAAD scholarships for Syrians in Egypt - extended deadline until 31 July 2016


You are Syrian refugee in Egypt? You would like to study a M.Sc. degree at TU Berlin Campus El Gouna?

Please have a look at this scholarships info sheet for Syrian refugees   (PDF, 315,4 KB)living in Egypt. Eligible candidates can apply for all five Master programs until

31 July 2016.

New Master's Degree Programs in Cooperation with DAAD


TU Berlin is currently in the process of initiating two new Master’s programs at Campus El Gouna in Business Engineering and IT for Energy. The project is financially supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). The two new programs are scheduled to launch in October 2015, subject to official approval from German and Egyptian authorities. Any new information regarding the process will be provided here as soon as it is available.

For inquiries contact us for Business Engineering or for IT for Energy.

News and Activities

The Second International Symposium on Flash Floods in Wadi Systems


Disaster Risk Reduction and Water Harvesting in the Arab Region

In recent years, flash floods in Wadi systems have caused severe damages, especially in the Arab regions. Human life, infrastructure such as roads and buildings as well as the environment are endangered and have been heavily destroyed. Flash floods are caused by extreme weather conditions, their occurrence is highly random and the associated problems are expected to increase in the near future due to climate change. On the one hand, there is an urgent need for flash flood protection and risk reduction, on the other hand, this rainwater can also be considered as a new resource for water harvesting.

Finding solutions to these challenging problems requires close collaboration between scientists – established as well as young ones, - practitioners, and stakeholders from federal and public organizations. So we encourage you to contribute to the development of future solutions and to widen your own expertise and profile by attending the international symposium.

This event is the second in a new series of annual International Symposia on Flash Floods in Wadi Systems. Furthermore this symposium is supported by the Water Resources Research Center (WRRC) and the Global Alliance of Disaster Research Institutes (GARDI) of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute (DPRI), Kyoto University, Japan. The First International Symposium on Flash Floods in Wadi Systems held in October 2015 in Kyoto, Japan, was attended by about one hundred scientists, practitioners and stake holders from 11 countries.

Students are invited to submit abstracts for oral presentation or poster. The first ten accepted students have not to pay any fee and get a support of 1000 LE.

For more information see: Link

Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften


Participation with a booth on Saturday 11th of June at "Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften". Especially the next next generation of students were interested in our regenerative fuel cell car and Stirling engine.

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10th Community Forum: 29th May from 03.30 to 08.30 p.m.


The 10th Community Forum El Gouna 2030 is going to take place on 29th May from 03.30 p.m. to 08.30 p.m. The forum will bring interesting topics related to "Urban Agriculture and Urban Gardening: Perspectives for El Gouna and Innovations by Egyptian Startups” with the cooperation of AHK MENA and German-Arab Chamber of Industry & Commerce.


Students Visit Seat of German Parliament


22 May 2016, 27 members of TU Berlin Campus El Gouna visited the heart of the German democratic system: its parliament, the "Bundestag", seated in the historic "Reichstag" building, close to the "Brandenburger Tor" in Berlin. There, they learned about the history, architecture and supply systems of the Building.


All about awareness: Earth Week 2016


April 2016, El Gouna participated in this years Earth Day on April 22 with a whole week in advance. This week was dedicated to create and deepen user awareness regarding energy savings and sustainable behavior among tourists and inhabitants. TU Berlin dispatched a delegation to participate during the opening ceremony and throughout the week.


Successful PhD defense of Dr. Ahmed Hadidi


Campus El Gouna is proud to announce the graduation of the first PhD student with a pioneer research El Gouna area, fully prepared at the campus in Egypt. The geologist Ahmed Hadidi (MS.c.) started his research on the geology and hydrogeology of El Gouna by the first semester after the campus opening (WS 2012) with the supervision of Prof. Dr. Uwe Tröger. Mr. Hadidi succeeded to measure for the first time the real value of the flow of the flash flood of wadi Bili on March 2014 with our graduated master student Ahmed Askar. 


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Campus El Gouna

Technische Universität Berlin
Campus El Gouna
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Tel.:+20 (0) 65 3561 420
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