If you a new international student at TUM, starting your studies in the summer semester, then TUM’s Welcome Summer events are the place to be! In March, you will have the opportunity to participate in various events especially designed for international first-year students and get useful tips. We look forward to meeting you there!
First Steps Info Sessions
Our online webinars cover various administrative as well as practical topics that are useful to all international degree seeking students before they begin their studies. Don't miss the opportunity to get some helpful information!
- Language: English
- Places: up to 1000 students
- Webinar URL: for next summer semester 2024 we will meet hier!
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do I still have to do something or am I already enrolled? What does enrollment actually mean? In order to answer these questions, the Student Information Team will explain the enrollment process and also describe the next steps after enrollment. Of course, there will be a question and answer session at the end.
Successful enrollment is a requirement for a successful start to your studies!
Speaker: Daniel Koll, TUM Center for Study and Teaching, Student Advising and Information Services
Finding accommodation is always a challenge when students move to a new city! During this session we will give you some helpful tips like how to apply for an advertised apartment, how to contact a property owner/manager, how to deal with German bureaucracy and what proof of accomodation are necessary to register with the Residence Office, etc.
Speaker: Chiu-Li Tseng, Housing Service at the TUM Center for Study and Teaching
The Housing Service at the TUM Center for Study and Teaching supports students and staff in their search for accommodation.
Registering in your city and applying for a residence permit.
After you arrive in Germany, one of the most important steps to ensure that you will be able to stay and study is registering where you live. After your registration, the next step for all students coming from outside of the EU is applying a residence permit. In this info session, we will help you prepare for this process and will answer any questions you have at the end of the presentation.
Speaker: Nubia Reuter, TUM Center for Study and Teaching, Student Advising and Information Services