Semester fees payment for the new semester at Campus Munich, Garching, Weihenstephan, TUM Asia
Whether you are commencing or continuing your studies at the TUM Campus Munich, Garching or Weihenstephan, you must pay your semester fees within the designated period before the start of each semester. The semester fees is divided into the Basic Student Union Fee and the Basic Semester Ticket.
Basic Student Union Fee
The basic fees must be paid every semester before students are permitted to enroll or re-enroll. Fees are also due for students taking leaves-of-absence from their studies. An exemption from these fees is not possible.
The basic student union fees amount to € 75 per semester.
Further information:Munich Student Union
Basic Semester Ticket
The fees for the semester ticket solidarity fee must be paid every semester before students are permitted to enroll or re-enroll. Fees are also due for students taking leaves-of-absence from their studies. Exeptions only apply to students studying in Straubing, Heilbronn or Singapur.
The semester ticket solidarity fee amounts to € 63 in winter semester 22/23.
Further information:Student Union – Semester Ticket
Important Notice Concerning the “9-Euro-Ticket”
Please note: Your semester ticket already counts as a “9-Euro-Ticket”. If you have a semester ticket, you do not need to buy a separate 9-Euro-Ticket to use local and regional public transport nationwide in accordance with the applicable regulations.
Information concerning the "9 Euro Ticket"
- The validated student ID with MVV logo is valid as a "9 Euro Ticket" in the months of June, July and August 2022. You do not have to buy a separate 9 Euro-Ticket.
- The solidarity contribution will be compensated as part of a one-time reduction of the contribution fee of 9 Euro upon enrollment or re-registration for winter semester 2022/23. This regulation affects students at the Munich, Garching and Weihenstephan campuses. Therefore, for the winter semester 2022/23 you have to transfer a fee reduced by 9 Euro. Details can be found on this page.
- Individual refunds of the difference (9 Euro) for summer semester 22 (e.g. for students who are no longer enrolled in winter semester 22) are not possible.
- Partial refund for the IsarCard Semester will be made upon application to the transportation company (MVG, DB, etc.) where you purchased the ticket. An online process for this is currently being developed.
Please note that the information only concerns students at the Campus Munich, Garching and Weihenstephan. Here you can find further information for students at Campus Heilbronn, Campus Straubing or about Parallel Studies.
Students of TUM Asia only have to pay the Basic Student Union Fees of the Student Union Munich.
The Basic Student Union Fee will be transferred directly from TUM Singapore. Students don´t have to transfer the fee.
Please note that the date of the receipt of payment is decisive for the deadline of the first-time and continued enrollment, and not the date of transfer. So please allow for sufficient processing time at the bank (3–5 working days).
Your transfer will appear in the TUMonline account within approx. 5 working days. Please do not contact us before the payment has not been registered for at least one week.
Your enrollment will not take place until payment has been received. If you have missed the payment deadline, please pay the fee without further delay.
For payments from outside the SEPA area, please check with your bank if bank charges apply. Please indicate that all bank charges are to be paid by the remitter, including charges from intermediary institutions. To do this, please inform your bank to select 'OUR' for the details of charges.
Extra fees are charged for some continuing education programs. For more information please visit the pages of the respective department or school.
For degree programs with restricted admission (NC) other deadlines apply. Here, the semester fee has to be received by TUM within 14 days after you receive the admission letter.
Please note that the date of the receipt of payment is decisive, and not the date of transfer. So please allow for sufficient processing time at the bank (3-5 working days).
For the summer semester: Not later than Mar. 15
For the winter semester 2020/21: Not later than Sept. 15
Please pay your semester fees in full as soon as possible after notification of admission. Only after your student fees have been paid in full are you officially enrolled as a regular student at TUM. Once you are officially enrolled, you will be able to print your student documents (enrollment verification and enrollment record) or register for courses and exams.
Please be aware of the different deadlinesfor programs with restricted admission (NC).
For the summer semester: Not later than Feb. 15
For the winter semester: No later than Aug. 15
If you have not paid your semester fees within the time frame stipulated in §10 of the Enrollment, Student Fees Payment, Leave of Absence and Disenrollment Regulations (Immatrikulations-, Rückmelde-, Beurlaubungs- und Exmatrikulationssatzung), your enrollment at the university will be terminated automatically. Only after your semester fees have been paid in full will you be able to print your student documents (enrollment verification and enrollment record) or register for courses and exams.
Please transfer the semester fee to the following account:
|Payment recipient:||Technische Universität München (TUM)|
|Bank details:||Bayerische Landesbank München / BLZ 700 500 00|
Brienner Strasse 18, 80333 München
|Bank account no:||390 11 903 15|
|Reason for payment:||Matriculation number, Name, Semester (22S)|
Please check after five business days to see if your payment has been received in your dues account. If after five business days your transfer is not or not fully reflected in your TUMonline account, please send us a copy of remittance voucher from your bank to beitragsmanagement(at)zv.tum.de.
Cash Payments at the TUM Bursar’s Office
You may pay your semester fees in cash at the Bursar’s Offices (Zahlstelle) on the Munich City campus and the Garching and Weihenstephan campus.
- Bursar's Office Munich
- Tel. +49 89 289 22232, E-Mail
- Opening hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 am to 11:30 am
- Location: Referat 37, Arcisstraße 21, 80333 München, Room 1157
- Bursar's Office Garching
- Tel. +49 89 289 14793, E-Mail
- Opening hours: Thursday from 9 am to 11:30 am
- Location: Verwaltungsstelle Garching, Walter-Meißner-Straße 2, 85748 Garching
- Bursar’s Office Weihenstephan
- Tel. +49 8161 71 3215, E-Mail
- Opening hours: Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 am to 11:30 am
- Location: Room 4101.01.115, Alte Akademie 1 (4101)/I, 85354 Freising
If, at the end of your studies, you take an examination which is allocated to the previous semester within the first week of the lecture period, and do not intend to take any courses, you do not have to re-enroll. This also applies for oral exams which are part of the mandatory examinations stipulated in the academic and examination regulations.
For the submission of your thesis, enrollment is, however, mandatory!
For the legally binding regulations, please refer to §14 of the General Academic and Examination Regulations for Bachelor's and Master's Programs at the Technical University of Munich.
An exemption from the obligatory solidarity contribution is available only for disabled and chronically-ill students upon submission of a formal request.
To apply for the exemption, you must show proof of your entitlement to travel free of charge in public transportation (together with addendum and token from the Ministry of Family and Social Affairs).
Applications must be submitted directly to the university in which you are enrolled. For continuing TUM students, the deadlines for submission are as follows: 15 February for summer semester; 15 August for winter semester. For first-semester students the deadlines are 15 March for summer semester and 15 September for winter semester.
Students enrolled simultaneously at both the TUM and another university (e.g. those in teacher training programs or sport and health sciences programs) should submit their application to the university in charge of their degree program.
Application for exemption from solidarity contribution (in German only)