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News from study and teaching
Experience what makes studying at TUM so special: an education on the cutting edge of research, an innovative teaching culture at eye level, a range of subjects unique in Europe, our international network – and our students’ commitment to university and society.
How can we make our degree programs interdisciplinary? What new topics can we take up? In short: How can we become even better? These are the central questions of the student survey at TUM. Every two years, the university calls on its students to describe their own experiences and pass on their opinions.
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) will launch five new degree programs in the upcoming winter semester. TUM is expanding its course offerings in the new Department of Aerospace and Geodesy as well as in the interdisciplinary field of management, technology and sustainability.
TUM has more than 40,000 students, 10,000 employees and countless alumni – a huge potential for innovation and creativity. They can all contribute their ideas to the Academicus Ideas Competition. Whether it's about more culture on campus, digital formats in teaching or more space for bikes: every idea for improving teaching, studying and campus life is welcome. The current round of Academicus runs until July 31, 2021.
No other German university has more "Deutschlandstipendium" scholarship holders than TUM. Over the past 10 years, the scholarship program served to support talented students who, in addition to their studies, are also involved socially – and they benefit from more than just financial help: The scholarship holders and the sponsors form a unique network.
The standard is high: TUM is committed to nothing less than bringing together excellent research and teaching - teaching at the cutting edge of science. On 11 May, lecturers from all schoools and departments will come together to exchange ideas and experiences on good teaching in virtual space at the Summer Teaching Forum.
The semester begins – and the campus is empty, in the middle of Munich. Studies are possible, but mostly only from home, and it has been that way for more than a year now. Five TUM students tell us how they experience this time. Some of their experiences are similar, others are very different. One thing they all have in common: a longing for normality after Corona.
Do carebots care? AI for whom? Will the market deliver? In the new online course AI Ethics: Global Perspectives, 20 experts from various disciplines and countries explore ethical questions arising with the development of artificial intelligence. The lecture series, available free of charge to all, was created by the TUM Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence, the New York University and the Global AI Ethics Consortium.
Students at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have given their university an excellent report card. For the rankings of the Center for Higher Education (CHE), they evaluated many different aspects of the study experience. TUM was among the leaders in every ranked subject area.
Much more than just financial support: We have asked alumni of the ‘Deutschlandstipendium’ at TUM what this scholarship has brought them. Courage, self-confidence, a great network, many new friendships – and much more. They talk about their experiences in short videos.