TUM Presidential Student Lunch – talk to the President

President Thomas F. Hofmann has introduced the TUM Presidential Student Lunch to promote the uncomplicated, direct exchange with students from all subjects. Making studies at our university a unique learning and life experience requires an interactive and trusting relationship between teaching staff and students no less than a culture of appreciation and the open exchange of opinions and ideas with the younger generation.

Dates for the summer semester 2022

On May 4 in Garching: Students of the Departments Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Informatics and TUM School of Engineering and Design. 
Please apply by April 24, 2022 

On June 23 in Straubing: Students at TUM Campus Straubing. Please apply by 12 June 2022. 
Please submit a short motivational letter containing topics and ideas you would like to discuss with the president using the registration form.
Please apply by June 12, 2022 

*the event on June 2 at the Downtown Campus Munich has to be cancelled!

Please apply with a short motivational letter containing topics and ideas you would like to discuss with the president: Registration form (only for students from the above departments). Please note that the focus should be on topics that are of interest to a larger group of students.

Applications are now open!

Important information:

  • The events will take place at the respective TUM locations. If the pandemic does not permit a face-to-face event, we will switch to an online meeting at short notice. The current regulations for prevention of the spread of Covid-19 apply. 
  • Number of participants: max. 10 students
  • Date and time: May 4, June 22, from 12 pm to 2 pm

We encourage all applicants who are not selected this time to apply again for one of the following lunches for their departments.

The next events will take place in the winter semester 2022/23.

„Only if we understand what drives our students, what motivates them and what they need, we can develop their talents to the fullest.”— President Thomas F. Hofmannn