Information and advising for prospective students at the TUM campuses
Getting a taste of university life at TUM Open Campus
On four Fridays in March, prospective students at the TUM campuses in Munich, Garching, Weihenstephan, and Straubing can get an idea of the approximately 50 Bachelor's degree programs offered at TUM during campus tours, lecture previews, or advising at information booths. In conversation with students and lecturers, they can learn all about the focus, requirements and perspectives of the various fields of study.
At the Munich Campus anyone interested can find out about degree programs in the fields Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Geodesy and Geoinformation, Geosciences, Teaching at Grammar Schools and Vocational Schools, Management & Technology, Political Science, and Sports and Health Science at information booths on March 10, 2023 between 1 and 6 p.m. In addition, numerous lecture previews and workshops will be offered, ranging from the relationship between sustainability and democracy via timber construction to blockchain and artificial intelligence.
At the Garching Campus, prospective students can learn all about degree programs in the fields of Aerospace, Chemistry (Biochemistry, Chemical Engineering, Food Chemistry), Engineering Science, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Computer Science (Games Engineering, Information Systems, Bioinformatics) and Mathematics between 1 and 6 p.m. on March 17, 2023. There are also many additional events in Garching, for example laboratory tours, Computer Science workshops or taster lectures on Mechanical Engineering.
At Campus Weihenstephan in Freising, also between 1 and 6 p.m., the study areas of Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences, Biosciences, Brewing and Food Technology, Nutritional Science, Forest and Resource Management, Landscape Architecture and Planning, and Food Chemistry will be presenting themselves. In addition, prospective students can learn how lozenges are made, what Batman has to do with agroforestry systems, or how food security can be ensured in times of climate crisis.
Finally, on March 31, the Straubing campus will open its doors between 2 and 5 p.m. Here, visitors can get to know the degree programs Biogenic Materials, Bioeconomics, Chemical Biotechnology, Sustainable Management & Technology, and Technology of Biogenic Resources, take part in a lecture on bioeconomics, visit lecture halls and laboratories, or playfully deal with questions of sustainability.
Registration is required for many of the offers. All details and the full program can be found at www.tum.de/en/opencampus. In total, more than 100 events will be offered over the four days and locations to give prospective students a lively impression of studying and campus life at TUM – and to equip them in the best possible for their choice of study.