Whether studying abroad for a semester, a double degree, an internship abroad, an international thesis or a short stay: The TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology offers numerous opportunities to integrate international experience into your study program.
The school is also an attractive host for students of all nations. The wide range of English-language events and a personal support program help international students integrate smoothly at TUM.
Developing intercultural competence, learning languages on site, discovering foreign cultures, making contacts and broadening your own horizons: everyone benefits in many ways from a stay abroad. Today, experience abroad is a decisive competitive factor for your later entry into professional life. Promote your intercultural skills and personal development.
The TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology offers you many opportunities to go abroad as part of your studies. We will support you in your plans with competent and individual advice - we will find the right way abroad for everyone. We are also happy to answer your questions about financing a semester abroad. Attend challenging specialized courses and get to know foreign study systems: TUM is globally networked and has exchange agreements with more than 160 partner universities worldwide.
Ways Abroad: Mathematics
- Carola Jumpertz, International Affairs Officer (Outgoing) and International Representative
Ways Abroad: Informatics
- Martina von Imhoff, Student Exchange Officer
Ways Abroad: Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Heike Roth, Study Abroad Coordinator
Studying at TUM
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) combines academic education at the cutting edge of current research with a lifelong commitment to education and an entrepreneurial mindset. Its unique range of disciplines includes engineering, natural sciences, life sciences, medicine, political and social sciences as well as management. As a German University of Excellence, TUM is one of the most renowned technical universities globally.
Ways to TUM: Mathematics
- Julia Cyllok, Officer for International Students (Incoming)
Ways to TUM: Informatics
- Anna-Lisa Fuchs, Incoming Exchange Coordination
- Martina von Imhoff, Incoming Exchange Coordination
Ways to TUM: Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Iris Schachtner, Student Exchange Coordinator (Incomings)
Studying in Germany takes preparation: How do I finance myself? How good does my German have to be? Where do I apply? How do I get to know other students? Here, we have compiled the most important things you need to know.
- Contact Informatics: Lena Krone
- Contact Mathematics: Julia Cyllok