Bachelor's Degree Programs at TUM
TUM offers a number of bachelor’s degree programs from a variety of fields. Find out here what programs there are and how to apply.
What is a Bachelor's Degree Program?
The Bachelor is the first professional qualification - also called undergraduate studies. A bachelor’s degree program comprises a standard duration of study of 6 to 8 semesters. Depending on the program the academic degrees Bachelor of Science (B.Sc), Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) will be awarded. A graduate with a bachelor’s degree is qualified to study for a master’s degree.
What Bachelor's Degree Programs are there?
Tum offers a wide range of bachelor’s degree programs from different fields. Some programs offer the possibility of a joint degree or a double degree.
You will find an overview of all bachelor’s degree programs at TUM in the info pages about our degree programs.
What requirements do i have to meet?
First of all, you need a higher education entrance qualification to study at TUM. This can either be a qualified secondary school diploma or sufficient professional qualification.
Admission is regulated by one of the following admission procedures - depending on the degree program:
- Unrestricted programs
- Restricted programs (Numerus Clausus)
- Degree progams with Aptitude Assessment
- Degree programs with Aptitude Recommendation
More information about admission to specific degree programs can be found in our program overview.
How do I apply?
In order to apply, you first need to be aware of the kind of higher education entrance qualification you have:
Where to find us:
Arcisstr. 21, Room 0144
Contact our Student Advisors:
Consultation is possible in person or via phone.