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Engineering students learning in a group at the TUM Department of Mechanical Engineering
Learning together: One of many ways to master your studies successuflly.Image: Andreas Heddergott

Path to learning success

TUM smoothes the path to learning success by supporting its students with a number of tools and resources, including workshops, advice, software utilities and study rooms in the University Libraries.

Learning how to learn: ProLehre organizes workshops on study methods and offers students one-on-one coaching sessions. This program includes courses to train students as study tutors. ProLehre

Tips, tricks and boxes to tick: Everything you need to know about writing your Bachelor’s, Master’s or diploma thesis. This service is provided by the Student Service Center (SSZ). Theses

Somewhere to study: Looking for a quiet place to study for an up­coming exam? Are you on the hunt for a place to do team­work? TUM pro­vides spaces just for this – and not just in the University Libraries. Study areas

Useful programs: The Media Center offers a variety of services, including advice on eLearning, free use of Office  software, and online collaboration. Information about eLearning

Support and workshops: From time management through study and relaxation techniques to dealing with examination stress, the Student Union’s psychotherapy and psychosocial counseling service is there to help. Advice Service

University faith societies

Coaching, counseling and study rooms: The services and facilities of the Catholic and Protestant faith societies are available to all students and staff of TUM.
More: KHG-TUM and EHG-TUM.

Individual support for students