Vaccination is an important step in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
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New COVID-19 vaccination campaign dates in OctoberVaccination Offers for Students and Staff

Vaccinations are an important factor in containing the COVID-19 pandemic and make a safe return to campus possible. TUM students and staff can now be vaccinated without pre-registration on campus at fixed dates from July to November.

Together with the Bavarian Vaccination Centers, TUM offers its students and employees the opportunity to be vaccinated against COVID-19 directly on campus without pre-registration. The vaccination is voluntary and free of charge, and it is open to all TUM students and staff – regardless of their citizenship or place of residence. After the first campaigns in July at the Munich and Garching campuses, further vaccination offers take place in November.

Update 25. October: New Vaccination Campaign on Munich Campus

  • Time: 02 November, 11.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
  • Location: Room 0009 Amalie Baur / Alte Post, signposted from main entrance, Arcisstr. 21, 80333 Munich 
  • Vaccine: mRNA vaccine "Comirnaty" (from Biontech / Pfizer) and the vector vaccine Janssen (from Janssen-Cilag/Johnson & Johnson)

Appointments in the vaccination centers

The vaccination centers in Munich-Riem and Unterschleißheim also offer appointments at short notice outside of special vaccination campaigns:

For the Munich-Riem vaccination center, appointments can be made on Students or employees living outside of Munich can provide the address of TUM: Arcisstr. 21, 80333 Munich. 

For the vaccination center Unterschleissheim, appointment can be made by phone at +49 89 3120 344 22 or by e-mail impfung(at)

Technical University of Munich

Stefan Kögler

Contacts to this article:

For questions concerning vaccinations, please contact the vaccination centers or the mobile vaccination teams on campus directly.

Vaccination Center Munich-Riem
Paul-Henri-Spaak-Str. 12
81829 Munich
+49 89 90 42 92–222 

Vaccination Center Unterschleißheim
Münchner Ring / Volksfestplatz
85716 Unterschleißheim
+ 49 89 3120 344–22

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