Living in Munich

We are delighted that you have chosen to pursue your full or part-time study at Tech­nische Uni­versi­tät München! Below, we have gathered some impor­tant informa­tion about living in Munich to help you get started. 

International Student Guide

Who can you call on for support at TUM? Which programs help you settle in quickly to the university and your studies? Contact persons, helpful tips and valuable information about living in Munich. Take a look at the TUM International Student Guide.

Financial Aid

There are no tuition fees at TUM – students only need to pay the semester fees con­sisting of a Student Union Fee and a basic Semester­ticket for the public trans­portation net­work.

Finding an apartment in Munich is difficult – but not impossible. Here are some valuable tips and points of contact for Accomo­dations in Munich.

As an international student at TUM we support each step of your career in Germany. From finding your personal profile and designing your application materials to specific career development: We are there for you!

University study is more than lectures and exams. Student life at TUM shapes the whole person. Our students organize festivals, work together on departmental student councils, make music together and develop research projects. more

Contact & Advising

International Students

For choosing the right degree program:
General Student Advising

For questions about application and admission:
Phone: +49 89 289 22245
In Person: Arcisstr. 21, Room 0144

Contact Hours

Exchange students:

TUM International Center

Exchange students

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