TUMstudinews: The Newsletter for Students

Don't miss anything: Important dates and infos for students, stories from the campus, interviews – this and more you can find in our newsletter TUMstudinews. It is published three times per semester. On this site you can subscribe and read all previous issues.

TUM student Nan-Hua Nadja Yang

Rhodes scholar Nadja Yang

To Oxford for a DPhil

The Rhodes Scholarship is considered the oldest and most prestigious international scholarship in the world. Recently, it was awarded to 102 beneficiaries from all over the world, and only two of them are students from Germany. One of the lucky ones is Nan-Hua Nadja Yang from TUM. What does this opportunity mean for her?

 Judoka Theresa Stoll

Theresa Stoll on her way to Tokyo

Between Judo and Medicine

Theresa Stoll is a judoka, and she qualified for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. The TUM student talked to us about how she manages to reconcile twelve training sessions a week with her medical studies – and about how she is preparing for her big day of competition.

Alexander Winkler

The future of the Campus-Cneipe Garching

"Wer was wird, wird Wirt"

Opening one’s own bar… a dream come true for Alexander Winkler. Together with fellow students, he runs the Campus-Cneipe Garching, an institution that exists for almost 15 years. Now, the pub is supposed to move into the new cafeteria. The problem: Who will be in charge of it there?

 Jan Kochanowski

From students for students

Fundraising for scientific projects

Crowdfunding for students and their scientific projects – that's what a group at the TUM: Junge Akademie 2020 focuses on. The young researchers around Jan Kochanowski are working on a platform to collect donations for student projects.

A computer mouse next to a toy mouse

Not to be missed

Scholarships, awards and deadlines

In the new year, TUM will once again be offering courses for students with children or expecting parents.