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.
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.
In order to apply, you first need to be aware of the kind of higher education entrance qualification you have: