• 2/10/2022
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From March 14 to 18, 2022, TUM's Study Info Days will take place

Information and advice for prospective students

What are the prerequisites to study successfully? What career prospects do fields of study open up for me? How do I find an apartment at my place of study? Anyone looking for the right university and the right degree program for them has many questions. At TUM's annual study orientation event they can find answers. The next Study Info Days will take place online from March 14 to 18.

Students at TUM's Department of Sport and Health Sciences in the new building in the Olympiapark Munich Astrid Eckert / TUM
Different places of study, a multifaceted range of degree programs and diverse encounters – the Study Info Days provide insights into studying at TUM

Anyone who is about to graduate from secondary school or wants to study after obtaining a professional qualification will find a unique spectrum of subjects at TUM. The programs offer range from engineering and natural sciences via life and health sciences to social sciences and economics. Thus, the decision for the right degree program can be rather difficult.

Studying with many facets

The Study Info Days therefore offer the opportunity to learn about degree programs, discover campuses and exchange ideas with students and lecturers. TUM's departments and schools present themselves and their degree programs. They talk about the requirements, the contents and the perspectives of studying in a certain academic field. But prospective students can also find out about stays abroad during their studies, what the university library has to offer, or how to find a place to live. After all, a bachelor's degree at TUM is challenging, rewarding and multifaceted.


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The Study Info Days program

The TUM School of Engineering and Design provides a comprehensive insight into its wide range of courses – from architecture, engineering science, civil engineering and mechanical engineering to environmental and transportation engineering or aerospace and geodesy.

What sustainability, food security and resource conservation have to do with each other explains the TUM School of Life Sciences, which spans a wide range from Agricultural, Horticultural and Forestry Sciences to Nutrition, Brewing and Food Technology to Bioprocess Engineering and Molecular Biotechnology.

What studying physics at TUM is like, what prospects physicists have and how closely physics is linked to other disciplines, is what future students can learn at the TUM Department of Physics.

The TUM Department of Chemistry presents its degree programs in chemistry, chemical engineering, biochemistry and food chemistry, and the TUM Department of Mathematics provides an insight into the world of statistics and data science, advises on studies and career fields for mathematicians, and offers workshops on various areas of mathematics.

What role they can play in the digital transformation of the world, what they learn in the study of Information Systems or what opportunities are open to them as Games Engineers, is what prospective students can find out at the TUM Department of Informatics. The TUM Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering explains why engineers attack cryptographic implementations, what awaits them in the world of nano- and microrobotics, and why a degree in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology prepares them for this in the best possible way.

Why physically fit children are also mentally healthier or what role training information can play in training planning: The TUM Department of Sport and Health Sciences provides insights into some of the issues its students deal with, and the TUM School of Medicine provides information on everything worth knowing about studying medicine at TUM.

Its unique combination of management and technology is presented by the TUM School of Management, while the TUM School of Social Sciences and Technology explains how technology and politics are thought together here, as well as what teacher training opportunities are available at TUM.

In addition, the TUM Global & Alumni Office will report on ways to study abroad, the General Student Advising will offer open counseling throughout the week, the University Library will present its services, and TUM Accomodation Assistance will provide information on all important aspects of finding an apartment during studies.

The detailed program and the link to registration can be found at www.explore.tum.de/explore/studieninfotag/programm/.

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