Guesthouses for visiting international academics
Many international scientists come to the Technical University of Munich (TUM) for research visits. The university can offer them a limited number of apartments in different guesthouses.
Fritz and Lotte Schmidtler guesthouse of the university
A listed building in Art Nouveau style located between Münchner Freiheit and the English Gardens, in the Schwabing district of Munich, which was donated to the university by Fritz and Lotte Schmidtler.
- 4 apartments and 1 studio, fully furnished and fitted out
- Size: 24 to 83 m2
- Length of stay: 2 weeks to 6 months
- Fellows of the TUM Institute for Advanced Study (TUM-IAS) have priority
Internationales Begegnungszentrum München (IBZ)
The university provides apartments for international visiting academics (postdocs and guest professors) at the IBZ, in the Schwabing district of Munich.
- 12 apartments for guests of TUM, furnished and fully fitted-out
- Size: 1.5 to 4 rooms
- Length of stay: Up to 12 months (individuals) or 18 months (families)
Oskar von Miller Forum
Scientists in Residence:The Oskar von Miller Forum (OvMF) welcomes outstanding guest academics from the Civil, Geo and Environmental Engineering and Architecture departments as scientists in residence. Acting as mentors, they spend time with the undergraduates and doctoral candidates staying at the OvMF as scholarship recipients. The intention of this program is to support the next generation of civil engineers, environmental engineers, architects and construction technicians. Apply to become a scientist in residence
Doctoral candidates and students of TUM studying architecture and civil engineering are supported by the OvMF scholarship program. The OvMF provides apartments for scholarship recipients. Apply for a scholarship
Other accommodation options
The university welcome a large number of guest researchers every year, but our quota of guesthouse apartments is limited. We can help you with alternative accommodation options:
- Accommodation Service for international researchers: Finding an apartment to rent in Munich can be difficult because the Bavarian capital is home to many third-level institutes and is also a busy economic hub. We can offer support to make your search easier.
- Accommocation for international researchers: Overview of our services and contact details.