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Studying at the Technical University of Munich
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) combines academic education at the cutting edge of current research with a lifelong commitment to education and an entrepreneurial mindset. Its unique range of disciplines includes engineering, natural sciences, life sciences, medicine, political and social sciences as well as management. As one of eleven German Universities of Excellence, it is one of the most renowned technical universities globally.
Current Information – Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2
As of 3 April 2022, the 3G requirement and compliance checks cease to apply.
Pending further information on the extension of the mask requirement, we urgently and emphatically recommend the use of FFP2 masks on all TUM premises where the minimum distance of 1.5 meters cannot be maintained.
Examination deadlines: study progress checks are extended again in winter semester 2021/22.
- Please be sure to check our info-website on current measures regularly for updates.
Christopher Chvalina is studying sport science at TUM. He is now completing an internship in South Africa, where he is teaching soccer skills to youngsters from the townships around Capetown. But his journey began in Mexico.
The Deutschlandstipendium has been a success story at TUM. In its tenth year, the program is awarding more scholarships than ever before. With a total of 836 students receiving financial and non-material support in 2021/2022, the growth in the family of sponsors and scholarship students shows no sign of slowing down in the anniversary year.
The war on Ukraine has made it impossible for many young people to continue their studies. In response to these extraordinary circumstances, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has launched an integration program to provide students impacted by the war with unbureaucratic access to the university environment. Also, TUM will support students in financial need with direct aid.
Working together with partners from higher education, business and society to find creative solutions to conserve resources and avoid waste – that's the challenge students from all over Europe can take on in the first EuroTeQ Collider. Together with trainees and experts, they work in teams to find solutions for real-world problems. Teams that are particularly convincing will be able to present their concept to the EU Commission. Registration is still possible until 6 April.