Application and Admission for International Students
Interested in applying for full or part-time study at Technische Universität München (TUM)? Find out, here, how to apply and what you need to know in advance.
You are not sure if your degree from an institution outside Germany will be recognized by TUM? Learn more on the website of the German Academic Exchange Service (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst DAAD). The anabin database also provides more info on the recognition of foreign school or university degrees.
If your secondary-school degree from another country cannot be recognized, you may complete a discipline-specific qualification program at TUM’s Studienkolleg that will enable you to apply to one of TUM’s bachelor programs.
You have been admitted to TUM and want to prepare for university studies as best you can before the semester starts? If so, the Pre-Study Course for full-time TUM international students is right for you. You will get to know the university, improve your German-language skills and get practical tips on student life in Munich. more
Applicants who are citizens of EU/EWR countries, or of one a few select countries, do not require a visa to enter Germany. Citizens of all other countries require a visa to enter Germany. For more information about student visas, visit the website of the State Department (Auswärtiges Amt).
Contact & Advising
This website provides information for international students enrolled in one of TUM’s degree programs as regular students. Exchange students (Erasmus, TUMExchange, partner universities) should contact the International Center for details about the specific regulations applying to students in these programs. TUM International Center