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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 types of admission are there?

There are different types of admission for the bachelor’s degree programs at TUM, including degree programs with unrestricted admissions, restricted admissions (Numerus Clausus [NC]) and some subject to aptitude assessment.

Please visit the info pages about our degree programs for more information on types of admission for individual degree programs.

What application requirements are there?

To study at TUM you will need a higher education entrance qualification. This can either be a formal higher education entrance qualification or sufficient professional qualification. Further requirements depend on the individual degree program - for more info, visit the profile of the program you are interested in.

For the application procedure it is relevant whether you have a German or an international higher education entrance qualification.

Advising and Information

Service Desk
Student Service Center

Arcisstr. 21
80333 München
You’ll find us here

Office hours:
Monday - Thursday 9 - 12 
and 1 - 4 
Friday  9  - 12  


Tel. +49 89 289 22245
Fax +49 89 289 25414

We are available by phone at the following times:
Monday 9  - 12
Tuesday to Thursday 1  - 4
Friday 9 - 12 

Please be sure to include your applicant or enrollment number on all correspondence.

Glossary of Documents

All you need to know about application documents

Dates and Deadlines

Lecture Period, Lecture-Free Days/Holidays, Enrollment periods- overview on all dates and deadlines of each semester

Contact Student Advising

Student Service Center
Student Advising & Prospective Students Programs

Arcisstr. 21, Ground floor, room 0144 (map)
80333 Munich

Tel.: +49 89 289 22737
E-Mail: studium@tum.de 

Appointments must be arranged by telephone in advance.
Our consultation hours are 

  • Monday and Thursday afternoon
  • Tuesday and Friday morning
  • every third Wednesday of each month (evening)

Glossary of Documents

All you need to know about application documents