Central Administrative Offices

TUM has established a set of central adminis­trative offices charged with all organi­zational matters pertai­ning to teaching and lear­ning. Every decision and change manage­ment process is handled by advi­sory boards, which promotes transpa­rency and trace­ability, and ensures that all parties concerned are involved from the start.

Study and Teaching Board

The Study and Teaching Board (formerly Academic Affairs Board/Vorstand Lehre), a small executive panel that meets six times per year and as necessary, convenes ad hoc task forces to handle current issues and report on the implementation of solution strategies. 

The Study and Teaching Board consists of seven Vice Deans Academic and Student Affairs of the Schools (transitional arrangement during the School foundation phase), the Dean of Studies of the TUM Campus Straubing, one representative from the Research Associates’ Council, one representative of the Degree Program Management Committee, one representative of the Institute for LifeLong Learning, and three student representatives. The board is chaired by the Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs. All activities in the area of study and teaching come together in the Study and Teaching Board.

Current members of the Study and Teaching Board:

Study and Teaching Council

The Study and Teaching Council (formerly Academic Affairs Council/Parlament Lehre) is a communication body that allows for direct exchange on fundamental issues related to study and teaching. The council is composed of the members of the Study and Teaching Board, the Academic Program Directors, the Women's Affairs Officer, and another student representative. It is chaired by the Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs. The results from the Study and Teaching Board and its working groups are presented to the Study and Teaching Council for implementation decisions and communicated to TUM’s Board of Management.

 

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