Talent Management & Diversity

The School of Computation, Information and Technology of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) strives for an open, diverse, transparent and respectful environment that fosters intellectual exchange and innovation. Our daily functions comprise the equally valued contributions of all members, students, faculty, and staff as we work together to achieve common goals. Everyone belongs here!

Women in CIT Diversity Awards Program goes International!

The Women in CIT Diversity Awards program funds travel to international women empowerment conferences for CIT Bachelor, Master and PhD students contributing to gender equity and inclusion in the CIT. The program is also open to male applicants. Travel funds include transportation, hotel and conference registration costs. 

The TMD office will offer travel reimbursement to attend one of the following conferences:

Applications are open until April 1st, follow this link  to the application form. 

Women in CIT Diversity Awards Program

The CIT is pleased to introduce the Women in CIT Diversity Awards program, launching right here in Munich with WE local Munich, hosted by the Society of Women Engineers at the Paulaner am Nockherberg on April 25-26, 2024. 

The Women in CIT Diversity Awards program serves as both a reward and an incentive for CIT Bachelor, Master, and PhD students of all genders engaged in promoting STEM careers for women. 

To apply for early registration reimbursement, please fill out this form

The application deadline is: March 1st 2024.



Breaking Barriers: Highlighting Female Perspectives in Computer Science Education at TUM

Wednesday, 10 January 2024 - Prof. Dr. Stephan Krusche

Read more about the exceptional contributions of Jana, Jasmina, Lena, and Andrea in the 'Introduction to Programming' lecture series at the CIT here, with insights from Prof. Dr. Stephan Krusche.

TUM CIT's Cyberbullying Campaign

Tips for efficient teaching and exam organization

What does diversity mean to you?

CIT employees and students designed their own T-shirts at the CIT Summer Party to answer the question "What does diversity mean to you?".