From London to Garching: Nereida Abad-Yang is actually studying chemistry at Imperial College. She is currently doing research at TUM for nine weeks. She is taking part in the TUM PREP programme, which brings excellent international students to Munich every summer. What is it like to live and study far away?
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Approximately 70 students attended an entire semester of classes by Prof. David Wuttke in Virtual Reality (VR). In an interview, student Chiara Marske and the professor for Supply Chain Management talk about why they can remember the VR seminar better, what topics in the Management curriculum are a good fit for the format and when the VR glasses were distracting.
Michelle Brey is studying sport science at TUM. Soon she will be interviewing top international athletes such as Gesa Krause and Timo Boll on the occasion of the European Championships 2022 taking place in Munich from August 11 to 22. With this assignment, the TUM student will take her first steps into the world of sports journalism.
Early immersion in an authentic research experience: TUM Junge Akademie (TUMJA) offers this opportunity to the best students in each annual cohort at TUM. In 2022, Team Aesthetics developed an adjustable and natural-looking finger prosthetic.
Which city is the best for studying abroad? The QS Best Student Cities rankings cover many factors, ranging from the student experience to quality of life. Munich has once again placed number two worldwide.
How can we keep traffic infrastructure from collapsing in the world's cities of several million residents or more? One way might take us upwards: Urban air traffic, the topic of a new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) in English language being offered by the Institute for LifeLong Learning at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) together with the Munich Aerospace research association.
Yannik Hecher is studying Sustainable Resource Management at TUM. Last year, unusually for a student at a technical university, he took part in the Academy of Writing at the Literaturhaus Munich. And the development of his sense of language has not only proved useful in his homework assignments.
On July 5, 2022, all employees and students of TUM are called upon to cast their vote from 9 am to 5 pm. The election notifications contain all important information about the procedure and the polling station.
TUM student Tom Hicks has a volunteer role where he brings people together. He heads the project Mentoring@Salesianum, where he arranges for his fellow students to serve as mentors for young refugees in Munich. Here he tells us what he loves about his work – and what it has to do with the Deutschlandstipendium.