Our service for journalists: Do you need information about the University of Tübingen and its current topics, an expert for a specific subject or a filming permit? Contact us, we will be happy to help you.
Our press releases provide information on current research and key developments at the University. Representatives of the media are welcome to join our distribution list; contact antje.karbe. @uni-tuebingen.de
There is a choice of the following distribution lists:
- Regional distribution list: All University press releases including events and regional topics.
- Supra-regional distribution list: Press releases on selected topics on matters of supra-regional significance, such as relevant research findings.
There is also the possibility for journalists to get confidential access to embargoed press releases. Please note that we must ensure that this information is not published before the embargo ends.
If you wish to be included on the distribution list of embargoed press releases, you must fill in and sign the following form "Verbindliche Zusage zur Einhaltung von Sperrfristen auf Inhalte von Pressemitteilungen der Universität" and send or fax it to: University of Tübingen, Public Relations Department, Wilhelmstrasse 5, 72074 Tübingen, Germany; fax +49 7071 29-55 66
Are you looking for an expert in a particular field? The Public Relations Department is happy to help media representatives to find the right contact person. Contact email@example.com
As a comprehensive research university with more than 280 study programs, Tübingen covers nearly every area of academic study (with the exception of engineering).
An overview of our core research and profile areas here:
Are you planning to make video recordings on our campuses? You can apply for a permit to: antje.karbe. @uni-tuebingen.de
Please supply the following information:
- What is the subject?
- For which medium would you be filming?
- Where and when do you want to film?
- How long will it take?
We can help you find an appropriate setting.
Please note that teaching and students’ studies may not be disrupted.