Organizing your Studies and Advice
Starting at university is exciting. Planing modules, registering for courses and exams – everything is new and needs to be well organized. Here you will find all the information you need for your Mathematics studies.
Academic advice for Mathematics: ask us!
Mathematics is a demanding subject to study. If you are feeling somewhat challenged at the start of your studies, we are happy to support you! Your best option is to contact a study advisor in order to discuss your situation and find the best solution for you.
Please, choose your subject:
Consultation hours for study organization, study advice and examination matters
every Tuesday, 14:00 to 15:00 via Zoom (passcode 882715)
Consultation on request
Individual appointments (online or on-site) may be requested by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On-site consultation hours
every Friday, 10:00 - 10:45, in room 00.10.056
Online consultation hours
every Friday, 10:45 - 11:30 via Zoom: Meeting ID: 926 6912 3397, passcode: TUM-1868
No consultation hours on 29 December 2023 and 5 January 2024.
Consultation on request
Individual appointments (online or on-site) may be requested by email to email@example.com.
Master Mathematics in Data Science
Master Mathematical Finance and Actuarial Science
Master Mathematics in Operations Research
Master Mathematics in Science and Engineering
Support in all circumstances
External influences and personal problems can make studying difficult. We are happy to help, if you need an individual solution for a particular problem. Please contact your subject advisor or Dr. Thomas Stolte.
Studying without barriers
We want to make it possible for all people to participate equally and independently in their studies and student life. Do you have any questions or need support? Please contact our representatives for students with chronic illnesses or disabilities: in the Bachelor's program Dr. Kathrin Ruf and in the Master's program Michael Ritter.
Further information can be found on the TUM service pages.
Advice for foreign students
Financial questions, registering at your new place of residence, residency permits, insurance and deadlines – if you want to study in Germany, you have to consider a few things. Foreign students can contact our advisor for international affairs, Julia Cyllok.
You can also find a lot of information on the International Relations webpages.