Service Office for Disabled and Chronically Ill Students
Our office is available to help with all questions or problems regarding studies with a disability or chronic illness. Feel free to contact us via telephone, e-mail or schedule a personal appointment.
Current Information - Coronavirus SARS-Cov-2 - Covid-19
- Due to the current situation, the application deadline for master’s degrees has been extended until 30 June 2020 for winter semester 2020/21.
- Due to the current restrictions in university operations, we currently cannot make any statement as to whether it will be possible to move to Germany and start a degree program in the 2020 summer semester. Therefore, we recommend that international degree seeking students who have received admission for the summer semester 2020 defer their studies to the winter semester 2020/21. Admission to the program will remain valid for the winter semester 2020/21. To defer your studies, you need to submit a new application via TUMonline during the regular application period for winter semester 2020/21 and upload your documents. You can find further information on how to defer the start of your degree program on our website. We ask our exchange students to follow the instructions provided by the TUM Global & Alumni Office.
Due to the current situation with the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, our service points and other offices will remain closed at least until the end of May 2020. Please contact us by email instead. Most requests can be handled without personal contact.
Please be sure to check our info-website on current measures regularly for updates.
Consultation hours are on Monday from 2–3 p.m., as well as on Thursday from 2–4 p.m. Please arrange an appointment by telephone +49 89 289 22682 or +49 89 289 22737 (Service Desk at the TUM Center for Study and Teaching).
How to find us
We are located in the the TUM Center for Study and Teaching (formerly SSZ). After coming through the university's main entrance at Arcisstraße 21, continue to the courtyard and through one of the double glass doors. Once inside the stairway, continue straight through another set of double glass doors. An automatic glass door on the left leads to the TUM Center for Study and Teaching (formerly SSZ) where our staff is located.
Directions for wheelchair users
Barrier-free access is available from the parking area on the right-hand side of the main entrance on Arcisstraße 21. Take the elevator to the ground floor of the main building and then turn left. On the other side of the double glass doors turn right and go through the next set of double glass doors. An automatic glass door on the left leads to the formerly SSZ information office where our staff is located.