Previous Newsletter (before October 2012)

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  • From Bachelor to Master:

    "Aptitude is the Decisive Factor"

    Portrait Prof. Peter Gritzmann
    "The bachelor’s degree opens all doors; the master’s is the goal." This is a motto TUM has held since the beginning. It currently offers over 80 master’s degree programs, which are increasingly interdisciplinary and international. How does the master’s degree work at TUM? Prof. Peter Gritzmann, Vice President for Studies and Teaching, answers the most important questions:
  • Central Contact Point:

    New Service Desk in Student Service Center

    Infothek im SSZ der TUM
    Your search for the "right" contact person at the Student Service Center (SSC) came to an end in April 2011. The Student Admission and Student Counseling have joined forces. It now offer students, prospective students and staff the new "SSC Service Desk" as a central contact point for all their questions.
  • Learning to Learn:

    Learning@TUM for Students

    Lernender Student auf Wiese
    Optimize your own learning process, in short: learning to learn. This is the main prerequisite for a successful education in science. The department for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education at TUM -ProLEHRE- offers all students an interdisciplinary program during the summer term 2011 to help support and promote their learning skills.
  • The Neutron Source in Garching:

    Open for Scientists and Visitors

    Außenansicht Forschungsneutronenquelle Garching
    The strongest neutron source in Germany is in Garching: The Heinz Maier Leibnitz (FRM II) Neutron Source for Research Activities. Some 1,000 scientists gather yearly in Lichtenbergstraße 1. They successfully applied for measurement time with the 26 scientific instruments, operated by three Helmholtz Centers, the Max Planck Society, TUM and nine other universities.