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.

  • 2016 Summer Olympics:

    Seven TUM-students in Rio

    Startet bei den Olympischen Spielen in Rio: Schwimmer Florian Vogel studiert an der TUM Bauingenieurwesen. (Foto: Maren Willkomm)
    Today the Olympic Games will be opened, and seven TUM-students will be part of the event – more than ever before: an eventer, a judoka, a sailor, a cyclist, and two swimmers. Fingers crossed, everyone at TUM!
  • Integration-tandems at the WZW:

    When strangers become friends

    Mustafa (2.v.l.) und Marietta (3.v.l.) haben als Integrations-Tandem viel voneinander gelernt. (Foto: Uli Benz)
    In the summer semester, 56 TUM students were able to attended the seminar “Integration und Gesellschaftsprozesse mit Asylsuchenden” (“Integration and social processes with asylum seekers”) at the WZW. Now, at the end of the semester, the outcome is friendship. Marietta Lehnardt, Annemarie Krauss, and Christian Metz, who attended the seminar, talk about their experiences of the recent months.
  • Groundbreaking:

    The new Mensa building at campus Garching

    Innenansicht: Entwurf für die neue Mensa am Campus Garching. (Grafik: meck architekten GmbH)
    The foundation stone was laid in early June: the Free State of Bavaria invested 44.5 million Euros for the construction of a new service-building at the TUM’s largest campus. It is designed for a total capacity of approximately 7,300 meals per day.
  • Photo competition 2016:

    Online voting

    Am Lake Tana in Äthiopien: Eins der eingereichten Bilder im Fotowettbewerb 2016. (Foto: Athanasia-Tatiana Stamou)
    We received several impressive photos for this year’s photo competition, submitted by TUM-students and TUM-employees. The motto: “TUM without Borders - your engagement in development cooperation“. Help us pick the winners!