AG Diversity

Dear all, we are the student project team diversity. After the AStA set their goal this term to focus on diversity and a university wide project team diversity was established, we established a student project team as well, to focus on the student’s perspectives. Our project team has been founded by the student’s parliament. Our goal is a university for all. That means that we want everybody to study at our university without being restricted or discriminated against. To reach that goal we address discrimination of all kinds, for example racism, sexism and ableism (this list is not exhaustive and without any hierachy). We want to find out where the university has blind spots according to students and to take those as impulses into the university wide project team to erase them. One part of that is to ensure the implementation of already existing laws (for example regarding accessibility, inclusion, anti-racism). To achieve that, we want to create a network of student groups and individual students.

If you want to join our project team send an e-mail to

Netzwerk Deutschlandstipendium Dortmund


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The Netzwerk Deutschlandstipendium Dortmund was founded in early 2021 as a platform for active, former, and future Deutschlandstipendium scholars. Our most important goals are interdisciplinary exchange between members, meeting new people, common recreation activities, as well as personal and professional growth. Through the direct connection to the TU Dortmund University as well as to external experts and partners from the free economy, we offer added value to the Deutschlandstipendium scholars and all interested parties, for example through lectures or long-term projects. We place great value on cooperation at eye level to give every member a low-threshold opportunity to actively contribute, try themselves out, and develop as a person. As a student group of the Technical University of Dortmund, the network consists mainly of TU students, but is also open to other universities. The support by the Deutschlandstipendium is a connecting element, but not a prerequisite for participation. Every person who can identify with our goals and our work is welcome.

The network is divided into teams who keep the network running, organize events, and coordinate with each other at regular meetings. We offer open game nights, pub quizzes and much more to promote the exchange among our members and to actively shape student life at the TU Dortmund. Finally, we advocate for a transparent and fair awarding process for the Deutschlandstipendium.

Union University Group at the TU Dortmund


We fight for you!

We are a group of students who are committed to the union students at the TU Dortmund University, union members and interested people. We welcome anyone who is committed to social justice in society social justice in society, for the respect of human dignity in the dignity in the world of work and for international
solidarity among workers. We are concerned with education policy and higher education reform. In particular, issues such as TV Stud, A13 for all teachers and the adjustment of the and the adjustment of BAföG are particularly close to our hearts.

Interkulturelle Hochschulgruppe


We are the intercultural student assembly of the TU Dortmund. We are an accumulation of active students and stand for diversity. Our aim is to offer a platform on which we can come together and exchange ideas and have discussions about diverse topics. We take it as a goal to create a safe space for everyone and want to realize cultural exchange as a means to provide our best to becoming a more open and liberal society.

UNICEF – United Nations Children’s Fund


UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund, was founded in 1946 and works all over the world to realize the rights of all children, regardless of their skin color, religion or origin. In Germany, Unicef has been active since 1953. It includes more than 8,000 volunteers.

The UNICEF University Group Dortmund was founded in 2005 and has been a registered university group of the TU since the end of 2006. Our team consists of people between 16 and 30 years of age with very different backgrounds. Some of us have just started studying, some are already writing their thesis, others have been working for a few years or are still in school.

We provide information about the situation of disadvantaged children worldwide and seek dialog with the public – through talks, information booths, school visits, exhibitions or press work. We also use creative campaigns to collect donations, since UNICEF is financed by voluntary donations.

We meet regularly to plan activities and exchange information and new ideas. Everyone can decide for himself or herself how much time and energy he or she can contribute and how to get involved – in fundraising campaigns, in school work or in selling UNICEF greeting cards. Furthermore, you can acquire additional knowledge for your volunteer work in conferences and workshops. Our own Internet platform also offers working materials and promotes the exchange of information among volunteers throughout Germany.

In this way, we can make a lot of difference together – for example, giving more children access to education such as going to school and ensuring that more children can be vaccinated, which can help stem the spread of many diseases. All in all, through our involvement we can help create greater awareness that children are personalities with rights of their own.

If you would like to volunteer or simply have a question, feel free to send us an email. We are looking forward to you!

Management: Lysanne Kühl, Christina Basner and Maximilian Schauerte

LeBiQ – Lesbian, Bisexual, Queer


LeBiQ is a student group aimed at lesbian, bisexual and queer women, intersex, nonbinary, trans*, agender. Our meetings include discussion evenings with lectures on queer topics (e.g. rainbow families, coming-out, discrimination, sexual and gender diversity) on the one hand, and creative ways to spend free time (e.g. scavenger hunt, Christmas market visits, sports activities, eating ice cream) on the other hand.

We are a contact point for all non-heterosexual and non-cisgender women, intersex, nonbinary, trans*, agender who would like to experience that they are not alone at TU Dortmund regarding their sexual orientation or their gender identity.

Due to the current situation regarding the coronavirus, we can hardly plan our meetings in the long term. If you have any questions, you can contact us via our email address or via WhatsApp to +49 (0)15155774065. We are also represented on Facebook.

The Writer’s Room: English Creative Writing Group


We are a group of students from the Technical University of Dortmund who just enjoy writing – from short stories and poems to blogs and novel-length projects. Our official language within the group is English in order to open it to any student of our uni. However, we basically write in any language which we think fits the individual story best… So if you like to write or would like to get into it, if you are looking for feedback or simply people to share your passion with, feel free to stop by.

Theater AG

The AStA-Theater-AG of the TU Dortmund currently consists of one Text-Theater group and an Impro-Theater group.

Text theater group:
We perform “classic” text theater. By this we do not mean that that only Shakespeare is performed on stage, but rather that we usually usually orientate ourselves on already existing plays. In between we also like to write something ourselves. It always depends on who is directing. Our group has been in existence since 2004 and we rehearse regularly on Mondays at 6 pm. We usually meet at the IBZ (Emil-Figge-Straße 59).
If you want to join us, just drop by or write us a message on Facebook. There you will also find information about productions.
Please understand, if you can’t play right away, because the roles are always roles are always assigned at the beginning of the season.

Improtheater “InTUition”:
We have been performing improvisational theater regularly since 2016. We rehearse in room 0.215 in the building Emil-Figge-Str. 50. On Tuesdays we have our preparation takes place and on the first Friday of the month we have open rehearsals for all interested people. Here everyone can get involved as much as he or she would like. Dare to jump on stage let yourself be surprised where the scene will lead.
You are still unsure or have questions? No problem, just write us simply on Facebook or our homepage at:

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