Downloads – Teaching and Quality Management

On this page you will find documents concerned with teaching and quality management at TUM.


We also inform you about updated documents and handouts in our Update-Wiki Study and Teaching

Teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic

Guidelines for conducting in-person courses

    Please also note the TUM Infection Control Concept.

    Principles of Teaching at TUM

    The TUM Teaching Constitution illustrates the teaching strategy of the university: TUM Teaching Constitution (PDF, 0.2MB)

    A central pillar of the future concept TUM Agenda 2030 is the teaching reform, which documents the commitment of TUM to a fundamental transformation in teaching. The Technical University of Munich wants to create a framework for young talents to live out and develop their abilities, creativity and curiosity on a new level. To this end, the Technical University of Munich is questioning old habits, building new structures and developing teaching formats that transcend disciplinary boundaries. TUM AGENDA 2030: TUM Teaching Reform (PDF, 471 KB)

    Digitization of Study and Teaching

    With the goal of dynamizing the digitization process in the area of study and teaching, the CIO and the Vice President for Study and Teaching established the Digitization Study and Teaching Steering Committee in April 2021. The steering committee receives project ideas, prioritizes them, and convenes a project group if the evaluation is positive.

    Template: Submit your project idea (German, docx, 55kb)

    Quality Management

    Degree Program Guidelines

    Effective Teaching

    University didactic brochures (German)

    • Grundprinzipien und Erfolgsfaktoren guter Hochschullehre
    • Kompetenzmodell Hochschullehre

    University didactic handouts: condensed assistance and suggestions on specific aspects of teaching (German)

    The best literature on university didactics – an overview by the ProLehre | Medien und Didaktik team at TUM


    Evaluating Studies and Teaching

    The transition to new digital teaching formats means new experiences in learning and teaching, which require special evaluation.

    Firstly, both qualitative and quantitative feedback from students and teachers about their experiences with online formats was collected during the summer semester. Information was gathered on initial experiences with the transition to digital formats in different types of courses in order to identify further need for action and best practices as early as possible.

    Second, a comprehensive retrospective evaluation and review of the experiences gained with digital teaching formats is conducted at the end of the lecture period.

    For further information on the topic of evaluation, please contact the Study and Teaching – Quality Management team.