TUM students are active in a huge variety of projects, initiatives and clubs – from business consulting to development cooperations. They campaign for human rights, coach young people and promote on-campus intercultural exchange. By applying their academic knowledge, our students often embody TUM’s mission of thinking and acting like an entrepreneurial university. In the process, they have formed friendships and networks across Europe and the rest of the world.
How can I start my own project?
There are a number of ways in which TUM can help you set up your own project or initiative.
- TUM: Junge Akademie der TUM: Apply to the scholarship program for exceptionally talented and dedicated students and start your own project with the potential to contribute to society.
- Projects with AStA and the TUM Student Council Realize your own projects with support from mentors – you can even earn ECTS credits for the work you do here.
- Create your own campus group: Start your own initiative with other students and have your project accredited as a campus group by the student body council.
Debating club Munich
When debating at the club meetings or at tournaments, Munich students practice their communication and rhetoric skills – enabling them to join political debates and discussion. The club is a politically neutral platform. Debattierclub München
C2 – Campus-Cneipe
Freisinger Studentenleben e.V.
SNiP – magazin
Innovation and sustainability
“Umwelt” lecture series
Since 1985, speakers from nature conservation organizations and the worlds of research and business have delivered talks on environmental technology, health, consumer rights and climate protection. “Umwelt” lecture series
TUM: Junge Akademie
During the 20-month scholarship period, members of TUM: Junge Akademie have the opportunity to realize their own projects, chosen for their strong practical focus and potential contribution to society. Overview of all projects at Junge Akademie. Overview of all projects at Junge Akademie
All activities and initiatives
Action days, street science and science hacks: TUM: Junge Akademie organizes a wide range of activities that enrich campus life at TUM and help promote dialog between students, researchers and the general public. TUM: Junge Akademie
AIAS München e. V.
Saving lives with stem cells: The AIAS e.V. team in Munich provides young people with information about leukemia and encourages students to sign up to the German bone marrow registry (DKMS). AIAS e.V.
Campus for Change
Taking responsibility: Students provide assistance for people in need in Germany and around the world, highlighting social problems and undertaking projects to tackle them. Campus for Change
Engineers without Borders
Workshops for pupils: The club “MPhasis” connects pupils from middle and secondary schools with companies that are looking for apprentices. They are taught soft skills and key qualifications in various workshops. MPhasis website
Nightline München e.V.
Rock your Life
Getting involved: This TUM: Junge Akademie project group promotes social engagement at TUM. University students and employees can use the initiative’s new platform to apply for positions advertised by social institutions. TUMsocial
Weitblick is a non-profit initiative formed by students who believe in equal education for all, world-wide. With us, Munich students from all fields of study can utilize their unique talents in creative ways and help bring life to different projects. Weitblick München
Entrepreneurship and economy
180 Degrees Consulting
Business consulting: The students in 180 Degrees Consulting provide advice to charitable and social organizations. Their aim is to develop innovative, practical and sustainable solutions. 180 Degrees Consulting
Student consulting services: Academy Consult members gain experience in the working world by providing their consulting expertise to companies in a wide range of sectors. Academy Consult
EUROAVIA München e.V.
Marketing initiative MTP
The desire to balance business ethics with economic interests brings together this association of Munich university students. Through various initiatives and events, they promote issues such as sustainability, corporate responsibility, green investments and social entrepreneurship, teaming up with institutes, NGOs and various companies to support their efforts. Sneep: local Munich chapter