Starting your Studies at TUM
First semester welcome, campus tours, a joint pub evening with the new fellow students – this is how the semester usually starts. But in Corona times, much of this is not possible in the usual form.
Nevertheless, we want you to get the best possible start to your studies. On this page you will find offers to get to know your campus, to network with other students and much more.
Discover your TUM!
Support and Advice
TUM offers comprehensive support to prospective und current students in every individual situation. You can find an overview of all services under Support & Advice.
For all general questions about studying at TUM and university life, the General Student Advising is at your disposal.
Specific questions about your degree program, the organization of your studies or examinations will be answered by the Departmental Student Advising. You can find your respective contact person via the search field in the right margin column.
Getting to know TUM
Introductory events, campus and library tours – make yourself familiar with the university.
From 05. to 09.10.2020 the service fair for first-semester students “Fit for TUM”, offering information about numerous facilities and services, took place. Here you can view the presentations held there.
The University Library offers various services to support you from day one of your studies:
Offers of the schools and departments
Guidance during your studies, information about courses or exchange with fellow students – your school or department will be happy to help you.
The Academic Advisiors Informatics advise you on all upcoming questions regarding the start of your studies and give tips for successful studies. During your entire study life, we are there for you as a contact person and offer information events on all important topics every semester.
Before the start of lectures, the following offers are already available for you at the Department of Informatics:
- Mentoring program of the coordination office for equal opportunities and career planning (German)
- There will also be a general mentoring program of the student council. More information will be available soon.
The student advisor for the Master's program Ivana Jurik and the student advisor for the Bachelor's program Ekaterina Bondarenko will advise you on all questions regarding the upcoming start of your studies and give you tips for a successful study. Throughout your studies, we are there for you as contact persons and offer information sessions on all important topics.
IT at TUM
TUMonline, Moodle & Co - learn more about the digital tools for your studies.
Studying in times of Corona
Hygiene rules, contact tracing, online teaching – study safely and successfully in times of the pandemic.
If an infection occurs during courses or in study areas on campus, all contacts need to be traceable. Only in this way can chains of infection be broken. All information on contact tracing at TUM can be found here.
Whether it's student advising, help in finding accommodation or support for barrier-free education - here you find information and contacts.