TUM Center for Study and Teaching (TUM CST)
Offering a wide range of services to TUM students and prospective students, the TUM Center for Study and Teaching (TUM CST) provides all-round support and assistance in addition to managing administrative documents and academic records throughout your studies, up to and including graduation.
Current Information – Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2
- Wearing masks and registering with the Contact-Tracing-System QRONITON is mandatoy.
- The lecture period in the winter semester 2020/21 starts on 02 November 2020 and ends on 12 February 2021. An exception applies to medicine.
- Please take note of the preconditions to participate in exams or courses on campus during the COVID-19 pandemic. As of today, courses planned in attendance on campus can be carried out.
- Applicants for Master's programs who do not receive final graduation documents of their undergraduate program (e.g. Bachelor's degree) in time for enrollment due to the corona situation can also be provisionally enrolled for the winter semester 2020/21 with a final transcript or a preliminary diploma.Certified copies of the final graduation documents must be submitted within the winter semester 2020/21. Further information on application and registration can be found here.
- Due to the current situation with the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, our service points and other offices are only partially open for the public. You can also contact us by email or by telephone.
- Please follow the instructions regarding notification if you develop corona symptoms, have been tested positive respectively have had contact with a person tested positive, or have entered the country from a risk area. Detailed information can be found at www.tum.de/corona.
Please be sure to check our info-website on current measures regularly for updates.
The TUM CST service system
The first point of contact for students as well as prospective students is the TUM Student Information. The Student Information staff, consisting mostly of TUM students, will answer your phone calls and e-mails and, if necessary, forward your questions to the appropriate administrative office, central institution, and/or school or college.
For personal inquiries, a Service Desk has been set up at the TUM Downtown campus. Here, Student Admission and Student Advising staff are available to answer your questions in person.
At the Semester Fees and Scholarships Office and Examination Office, walk-in hours have been scheduled to give you ready access to an advisor; for brief consultations, no appointment is necessary.
You can submit feedback and suggestions concerning student matters to Feedback Management round the clock via an online form.
The TUM CST administrative units
The TUM CST comprises several units, including those that manage and offer support for core administrative matters relating to the "student life cycle" from fielding inquiries from prospective students, through handling applications for admission and scholarships, to issuing graduation documents.
Application, Enrollment, Semester Fees and Scholarships
Examination matters; notification of examination results; grade reports; graduation documents; certificates; etc. for students enrolled in the degree programs at the Downtown campus, as well as PhD students and habilitation candidates.
Contact (Downtown campus)
Postal address: Arcisstr. 21, 80333 München
Location: Ground floor, Rooms 0163 to 0169
Office hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 8:30 am - 12 pm
Departments of Management, TUM Campus Straubing, MCTS, TUM School of Governance, MSE: Sabine Selzle, selzle(at)zv.tum.de, Phone: +49 89 289 22269, Room 0169, appointments by arrangement
Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Medicine: Christa Reisenauer, reisenauer(at)tum.de, Phone: +49 89 289 25139, Room 0184, Monday through Thursday 8:30 - 11:30 am
All other departments: Ute Stinzel, stinzel(at)tum.de, Phone: +49 89 289 22248, Room 0184, Monday through Thursday 8:30 - 11:30 am
Habilitation: Harald Vogel, h.vogel(at)mytum.de, Phone: +49 89 289 22034, Room 0577c