Wegweiser Bachelor

Students of the Bachelor’s degree programme in Transport Economics must take focus modules from the 4th semester onwards. Three of the five possible specialisations must be selected.

So that you are well informed about the specialisations, there will be a Bachelor’s signposting on 19.01. at 11:10 a.m. in the POT 168 (Zeichensaal) and on 27.01. at 2:50 p.m. in the POT 151.

At the first event, the professors will inform you about the focal points of your degree programme.

At the second event, students will tell you about their experiences in the specialisations.

Both events will be held as hybrid events. This means that participants will be able to attend both from the university and via a BBB room.

Event at 19.01.2023:
https://selfservice.zih.tu-dresden.de/l/link.php?m=195187&p=84022667

Event at 27.01.2023:
https://selfservice.zih.tu-dresden.de/l/link.php?m=195188&p=c2b62677

DISCUSSION EVENING “PRIVILEGES OF MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC”

On 19.01.2023, a discussion evening on the privileges of MIV will take place at 20:15 in POT 13. The event will discuss the current privileges of the MIV, necessary privileges and privileges that hinder the traffic turnaround. Furthermore, the chances and risks of a new distribution of traffic space between MIV traffic and the environmental alliance will be discussed.

The discussion will be introduced by a keynote speech. Nibbles will be provided, drinks can be purchased on site.

DISCUSSION EVENING “PRIVILEGES OF MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC”

A summary of the event you found here.

On 19.01.2023, a discussion evening on the privileges of MIV will take place at 20:15 in POT 13. The event will discuss the current privileges of the MIV, necessary privileges and privileges that hinder the traffic turnaround. Furthermore, the chances and risks of a new distribution of traffic space between MIV traffic and the environmental alliance will be discussed.

The discussion will be introduced by a keynote speech. Nibbles will be provided, drinks can be purchased on site.

Discussion Evening “Public Transport in the Countryside

2-hour intervals, no traffic at weekends, the last bus leaves at 7 pm. Public transport in rural areas has many disadvantages, but does that mean it doesn’t stand a chance against private transport? How should a good public transport system be structured in the countryside or what are your experiences with public transport in the countryside?

If you are interested and would like to join in the discussion, please come to the FSR discussion evening on 24.11. at 8:15 pm in POT 13. After a keynote speech, we will discuss these questions together. Nibbles will be provided, drinks can be purchased on site.

Meeting Transportation Economics “Stammtisch Verkehrswirtschaft”

The “Stammtisch Verkehrswirtschaft” is a networking meeting for all students studying Bachelor Transportation Economics or Master Transportation Economics. Here you can get to know your fellow students better, exchange ideas with older students, or simply have a nice evening.

Whether you are a first-year student or have been here for a while, everyone is welcome. Snacks will be provided and drinks can be purchased on site at fair prices.

The meeting Point is on 08.11. at 20:15 in front of the FSR office POT 12.