For almost all programs at TUM, there is no specific grade point average (GPA) requirement. The offer of admission is based on several factors, and the grades only play a certain part.
All applicants who complete the admission process successfully receive an offer of admission – there is no limited amount of places, and consequently there is also no waiting list or decision by lot.
Detailed information on the admission process and the factors considered in it are described on our degree program pages. There, you will also find the contact details of the departmental student academic advisor if you have further questions about the admission process for a specific degree program.
Health and nursing care insurance are mandatory for all students in Germany. Therefore, proof of sufficient medical coverage and of regular contributions to a nursing care insurance plan must be submitted in order to enroll at a German university. In concrete terms, you should obtain proof of sufficient medical coverage before enrolling. Further details
The "Amt für Ausbildungsförderung" ("Educational Maintenance Office") is responsible for BAföG. Further information on applying for financial aid is also available from the Munich Student Union (Studentenwerk München).
- Exchange students can get in touch with the accommodation service for exchange and international program students.
- The allocation of rooms in the Munich student housing network takes place through the Munich Student Union.
- More information on accommodations (for German and international students)