Below you will find a wealth of information covering examinations, registration guidelines and examination schedules.

You should nevertheless consult the academic and examination regulations that apply to your degree program!

Current Information – Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2

  • As of 3 April 2022, the 3G requirement and compliance checks cease to apply.

  • Pending further information on the extension of the mask requirement, we urgently and emphatically recommend the use of FFP2 masks on all TUM premises where the minimum distance of 1.5 meters cannot be maintained.

  • Examination deadlines: study progress checks are extended again in winter semester 2021/22.

  • Please be sure to check our info-website on current measures regularly for updates.

Academic and Examination Regulations

All examinations at TUM are governed under the General Academic and Examination Regulations for Bachelor's and Master's Programs (APSO) and the General Diploma Examination Regulations (ADPO) for discontinued diploma degree programs, in conjunction with the Study and Examination Regulations (FPSO) for the respective school. Section 1 of your FPSO stipulates whether your course of study falls under ADPO or APSO.

The APSO and ADPO contain binding procedural regulations for all diploma degree and bachelor's or master's degree programs at TUM. The FPSOs for the individual TUM degree programs then govern the program-specific prerequisites for examination approvals, the examination requirements and the course of study.

The APSO and ADPO can be found at
and the FPSOs

Please consult the academic and examination regulations that apply you to make sure that you are aware of important regulations such as progress monitoring.

Nonadherence to these regulations can have serious consequences, including failing the entire course of study.


When it comes to examinations, there are three important points of contact at TUM:

1. The office of student affairs for each school or department is responsible for organizing course work examinations in the individual degree programs, examination registration and cancellation, certificates and withdrawals, administration of grades and the publication of examination results.

2. Each course of study has a corresponding examination committee resident within the schools. The committees are responsible for reviewing hardship and exception applications as well as recognizing credit and degree program requirements.

3. The central examination office creates the Notification of Examination Results on a semester basis, graduation documents and preliminary degree certificates as well as benefits statements such as verifications for pension insurance and family/child allowances.

Certified copies of TUM-internal graduation documents are exclusively issued by the TUM Certification Office on Campus Weihenstephan. More info and contacts

Due to the current corona-situation, all office hours are suspended until further notice.

Campus Munich
80333 München
Homepage with contact persons
Office hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Campus Garching
Boltzmannstr. 17
85748 Garching
Homepage with contact persons
Office hours: Monday, Thuesday, Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m, Wednesday 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Campus Weihenstephan
Alte Akademie 1
85354 Freising
Homepage with contact persons
Office hours: Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Exclusively state examination:
Klinikum rechts der Isar
TUM School of Medicine
Nigerstraße 3
81675 München
Tel.: 089 / 4140 - 4034
Email.: pruefungsamt.med(at)tum.de
Office hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Wednesday 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Department- and School-specific Examination Information