A young university with a unique profile
16 faculties: science and technology, culture and society
Spectrum of study programs: classic, innovative, unique
Record number of students
Teaching: wide range of subjects and formats
Central scientific institutions
Strong local research partners
Research: four highly visible profile areas
Diverse third-party projects in research
Diversity: effective measures for equal opportunity
Further increasing the percentage of women
One of the largest employers in the city
Regional networking: Science City of Dortmund
Regional commitment: & welcome culture
Regional impact: startups from science
Better together: University Alliance Ruhr (UA Ruhr)
Internationality: students from all continents
(Exchange) cooperations and partnerships all over the world
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TU Dortmund University at a glance

1.

TU Dortmund University
at a glance
As of 15.6.18

2. A young university with a unique profile

Spectrum of diciplines
Key statistics at a glance
• 16 faculties
• Founded in 1968
Science and engineering
Social sciences and
cultural studies
• approx. 6,200 employees,
including 300 professors
• 34,600 students
• > €330 million total expenditures
(2017), including €77 million third-party
funding

3. 16 faculties: science and technology, culture and society

Faculty of Mathematics
Faculty of Spatial Planning
Faculty of Physics
Faculty of Architecture and Civil
Engineering
Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Faculty of Business and Economics
Faculty of Computer Science
Faculty of Education, Psychology and
Sociology
Faculty of Statistics
Faculty of Rehabilitation Sciences
Faculty of Biochemical and Chemical
Engineering
Faculty of Human Sciences and Theology
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Cultural Studies
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and
Information Technology
Faculty of Arts and Sports Sciences

4. Spectrum of study programs: classic, innovative, unique

Broad selection
30 subjects
• approx. 80 study programs
• Teacher training program for all
school forms, with around 30
subjects
38 Master's
5 Master's
• Traditional and innovative
programs: from mechanical
engineering to music journalism
30 Bachelor's
5 Bachelor's
One-subject
degree programs
Teacher training

5. Record number of students

32,801
33,554
34,235
34,616
2016
2017
31,538
29,672
27,010
24,126
2009
24,873
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015

6. Teaching: wide range of subjects and formats

Balanced subject spectrum
Diverse teaching formats
• Large lectures
39%
• Interactive seminars
• Lab courses
61%
• Individual lessons in music etc.
• E-learning as a supplement
Naturundand
Ingenieurwissenschaften
Science
engineering
Gesellschaftsund
Kulturwissenschaften
Social sciences
and
cultural studies

7. Central scientific institutions

DELTA:
Center for Synchrotron Radiation
at TU Dortmund University
sfs:
Social Research Center Dortmund
DoKoLL:
Dortmund Center for Teacher Training
and Teaching/Learning Research
zhb:
Center for Higher Education

8. Strong local research partners

Affiliated research institutes
Associated research institutes
Leibniz Institute for Analytical
Sciences (ISAS)
Federal Institute for Occupational
Safety and Health (BAuA)
Leibniz Research Centre for Working
Environment and Human Factors at
TU Dortmund University (IfADo)
Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow
and Logistics (IML)
Fraunhofer Institute for Software and
Systems Engineering (ISST)
Research Institute for Regional and
Urban Development (ILS)
Max Planck Institute of Molecular
Physiology (MPI)
INVITE GmbH
LogistikCampus
Research Institute for Technology and
Disability (FTB)
Institute for Gerontology at TU
Dortmund University (FfG)
German Institute for Civic Arts (DIS)

9. Research: four highly visible profile areas

Materials, production
technology and logistics
Education, schooling und
inclusion
BMBF projects
Several large-scale
studies
Several CRCs and
transregios
BMBF leading-edge
cluster
EU projects
Chemical biology, drug
research and process
engineering
> 2/3
of third-party
funding in
academia
Data analysis, modeling
and simulation
DFG research group
Participation in CRC and
one cluster of excellence
Several CRCs and
transregios
DFG priority programs,
PhD programs
BMBF projects
Drug discovery hub
EU projects

10. Diverse third-party projects in research

1
Cluster of Excellence
Resolv - Ruhr Explores Solvation
(with RUB and UDE)
DFG Collaborative Research Centers
of these 2 as speaker university
3
7
2
DFG Research Groups
as speaker university
ERC Grants
2 Advanced Grants,
3 Consolidator Grants,
2 Starting Grants
5
DFG Transregios
of these 2 as speaker university
2
DFG Priority Programs
as speaker university
10
40
projects funded by the
European Union
of these 7 as coordinator
PhD programs
244
DFG individual projects
201
projects funded by the
German Federal
Government

11.

High positions in national and international rankings
DFG Funding Atlas
(2018)
• National: top positions
in eight subject areas
Times Higher Education
Rankings (2016)
QS Ranking
Top 50 Under 50 (2016)
• National: rank 35
• NRW: no. 1
• Worldwide:
rank 301-350 of
980 listed places
• National: rank 4
among universities
founded since 1966

12. Diversity: effective measures for equal opportunity

Institutionalized structures
Award-winning concepts
• Prorector Diversity Management
• zero award for DoBuS (2016)
• Staff Unit Equal Opportunity,
Family and Diversity
• Charter Family in University Life
(2014)
• Center for Disability and Studies
(DoBuS)
• DFG Top Group of ResearchOriented Standards on Gender
Equality (2011, 2013)
• Childcare
• Diversity Audit (2012)

13. Further increasing the percentage of women

Proportion of women at TU Dortmund University
24%
Professors
32%
Academic employees
50%
Students
* As of 2017
Quota for NRW universities
• NRW Higher Education Act:
faculty-specific quota according to cascade

14. One of the largest employers in the city

Employees at TU Dortmund University
7%
5%
303 professors
1,997 academic staff
1,331 technical and
administrative staff
35%
6,247
employees*
32%
2,172 student assistants
444 lecturers
21%
* Number of persons 2017

15. Regional networking: Science City of Dortmund

Master Plan
Networks to promote talent
• 100 measures to promote the Science
City of Dortmund from 2013 to 2020
• Cooperation with companies in the
“Deutschlandstipendium”
• Cooperation between science,
business and industry, and the city
• Dortmund Center for a Successful
Start to Studies (DZS)
• Awarded University Communication
Prize (2015)
• Talents scouts
• Advisory Board Transition
School – Profession/College

16. Regional commitment: & welcome culture

Regional commitment:
Dortmund U-Tower
• City Campus on the
university floor
• Exhibitions, readings,
symposia
• “Reinoldus-Raum”:
dialogue “Science –
Culture – City”
& welcome culture
Event series
Welcome, Refugees!
• “Picture and Sound” in
the city church St.
Reinoldi
• “Open Courses”
• KinderUni in Dortmund
Nordstadt and in the
city churches
• Classic, jazz and rock
concerts
[email protected]‘s Corner
• Counseling services
office
• Recommendation and
funding of language
courses

17. Regional impact: startups from science

Startup university
TechnologieZentrumDortmund
• Startup initiative “tu>startup”
• Largest technology park in
Germany – fifth largest in Europe
• One of the winners in the competition
“EXIST-Culture of Entrepreneurship:
The Startup University” of the BMWi
• tu>startup Center for
Entrepreneurship and Transfer (2016)
• Around 350 companies with over
10,000 employees in proximity to
the university
• TU Dortmund University is copartner

18. Better together: University Alliance Ruhr (UA Ruhr)

Strategic cooperation
Combined strength
• TU Dortmund University, Ruhr-Universität
Bochum, University of Duisburg-Essen
• approx. 1,300 professors
• Founded 2007
• > 100 cooperations
• Three UA Ruhr liaison offices:
Moscow, New York, Sᾶo Paulo
• approx. 120,000 students
• > 15,000 graduates per year
• approx. €1.4 billion total
budget, including €300 million
third-party funding

19. Internationality: students from all continents

0,3%
Cultural diversity on campus
4%
• 11% international students from
110 countries
11%
Europa:
Europe:1.620
1,620
• Cooperations and exchange
agreements with universities
worldwide
• Comprehensive advisory and
support program
• International meeting center:
Internationalization at home
3,748
international
students*
44%
Asien:
1.549
Asia: 1,549
Afrika:
Africa:429
429
America:140
140
Amerika:
Others: 10
Sonstige:
10
41%
* As of 2017

20. (Exchange) cooperations and partnerships all over the world

36 student exchange
agreements
20 cooperations at
university level

21.

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