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.
Download: International Student Guide (PDF, 8MB)
Interactive campus tour
Would you like to explore the Munich city campus and get some orientation around the university buildings? With this interactive tour, you can discover important locations around the campus. The tour will also give you some interesting and fun facts about our university. You can take the tour by using your smartphone or tablet. Let’s get started!
- Step 1: Download and install Actionbound App for free at your app store (Apple or Android).
- Step 2: Find the tour: “TUM Campus Tour for International Newcomers”. You can switch the language via the menu item “Einstellungen” or “Settings”. You find the tour by pressing the button “find a bound” and type “TUM Campus Tour for International Newcomers”. The easiest way is to press “scan code” and scan the corresponding QR code.
- Step 3: Let’s go! Your takeoff is in front of the Audimax at Munich city campus, Arcisstr. 21, 80333 Munich. The tour will last about 65 minutes. Now press start. The tour activates and you can start up and explore our campus!
Finding an apartment in Munich is difficult but not impossible. Here you will get valuable tips and information on finding accommodation during your studies.
TUMint Student Relocation Service - an all-inclusive onboarding package for international students coming to Munich.
It is offered by TUM International GmbH.
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