Studying at TUM?
Technische Universität München (TUM) is one of the largest technical universities in Germany and one of the most nationally and internationally renowned academic institutions. TUM offers 172 courses of study, with nearly 30 English-language Master's programs. 42,705 students are enrolled in the TUM's 15 departments, with international students accounting for about 32% of the student body.
Current Information - Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2
Due to the spread of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, all opening hours of our service units and offices will be cancelled until the end of May.
However, as an alternative to a personal consultation, we are currently offering our advising services via video chat or telephone. Please send us an email to email@example.com with the following information:
- What topics do you want to discuss?
- What school-leaving certificate or bachelor's degree do you pursue or have?
We will then contact you by email and send you the relevant contact details.
The scientific curriculum at Technische Universität München (TUM) includes courses in natural sciences, engineering, medicine, life sciences and social sciences. Teaching and research are carried out in three locations: Munich, Garching and Weihenstephan. Degree programs offered at TUM
Who knows what it's really like on campus? What do the terms "teaching" and "research" really mean? And can I try it out? We offer many possibilities to shadow life at TUM before applying for study. ExploreTUM is our way of connecting schools with the university. More
Student Advising for Undecided Students
Are you having trouble deciding on a course of study, or are you unsure of whether the TUM is the right university for you? We'd be delighted to help you choose the right path!
TUM's central Student Advising Service is an important point of contact for students and applicants. The TUM Student Advising Service offers personalized advice by telephone or in person on the following topics:
- TUM degree programs
- The structure of specific programs and areas of specialization
- Student orientation
- Application and acceptance
- Admission without a school-leaving certificate
- Transitioning from a Bachelor's to a Master's program
- Changing programs or terminating studies
- Dual degrees
studium MINT acquaints you with TUM and provide insight into TUM’s schools and departments. The program is designed to help participants make an informed decision about their choice of bachelor’s program, as well as to facilitate later entry into a degree program.
|Start of program||summer semester (April)|
|Disciplinary focus||engineering and technical sciences|