Technical University Of Munich: Which must be known

Germany is one of the richest countries in Europe. There are more than 300 universities in Germany but there are no tuition fees for studying in the country. The country is on the preferred list of students interested in higher education. There are hundreds of universities and so many courses that students are left wondering which university to go to. However, those who do a little research put the best universities in Germany on the list of favorites. The Technical University of Munich is one of the best universities in Germany.

Brief Introduction

The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is one of the top universities in Europe. It was established in 1868. It ranks 14th in Europe.  It is committed to excellence in research and teaching, interdisciplinary education and the active promotion of promising young scientists. At present the Technical University of Munich has 45,356 students. The university has 15 schools and departments. The university has about 178 courses. There are a total of 13 research centers, including 6 integrated research centers and 6 corporate research centers.

The Technical University of Munich has about 15,421 international students. Which is about 34% of the total students. The number of professors here is 612. The university has 4 campuses located in Munich, Garching, Weihenstephan, Straubing. There is also a campus outside the country located in Singapore. It has played an important role in the technological advancement of Europe. The university has also won several Nobel Prize winners. All the Information About Higher Education in Germany.

TUM Departments

  • Aerospace and Geodesy
  • Architecture
  • Chemistry
  • Civil, Geo and Environmental Engineering
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Informatics
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Sport and Health Sciences

TUM Schools 

  • UM School of Education
  • TUM School of Governance
  • TUM School of Life Sciences
  • TUM School of Management
  • TUM School of Medicine

The university has more than one course or program under each of the schools or departments. You will find about 178 courses or programs to study at this university.

Bachelor’s Courses or Programs

  1. Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences
  2. Architecture
  3. Biochemistry
  4. Bioeconomic
  5. Biogenic Materials
  6. Bioinformatics 
  7. Brewing and Beverage Technology
  8. Chemical Biotechnology
  9. Chemical Engineering
  10. Chemistry 
  11. Civil Engineering
  12. Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
  13. Electronics and Data Engineering
  14. Engineering Science
  15. Environmental Engineering
  16. Food Chemistry
  17. Food Technology
  18. Forest Science and Resource Management 
  19. Geodesy and Geoinformation
  20. Geosciences
  21. Health Sciences
  22. Informatics
  23. Informatics: Games Engineering
  24. Information Systems
  25. Landscape Architecture and Landscape Planning
  26. Life Sciences Biology
  27. Life Sciences Nutrition
  28. Management and Technology
  29. Management and Technology (TUM-BWL)
  30. Mathematics 
  31. Mechanical Engineering
  32. Molecular Biotechnology
  33. Pharmaceutical Bioprocess Engineering
  34. Physics 
  35. Political Science
  36. Sport Science
  37. Teaching at Academic Secondary Schools – Scientific Education
  38. Technology of Biogenic Resources
  39. Vocational Education Agriculture (Teaching at Vocational Schools) 
  40. Vocational Education Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Teaching at Vocational Schools) 
  41. Vocational Education Health and Health Care Science (Teaching at Vocational Schools) 
  42. Vocational Education Metal Engineering (Teaching at Vocational Schools) 
  43. Vocational Education Nutrition and Home Economics (Teaching at Vocational Schools) 
  44. Vocational Education Structural Engineering (Teaching at Vocational Schools 

Masters Courses or Programs

  1. Aerospace
  2. Aerospace Engineering
  3. Agricultural Biosciences
  4. Agrosystem Sciences
  5. Automotive Engineering
  6. Biochemistry 
  7. Bioeconomy 
  8. Bioinformatics 
  9. Biology
  10. Biomass Technology
  11. Biomedical Computing (BMC)
  12. Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics
  13. Biomedical Neuroscience
  14. Brewing and Beverage Technology 
  15. Business Education I
  16. Business Education II with second teaching subject
  17. Cartography 
  18. Chemical Biotechnology
  19. Chemical Engineering 
  20. Chemistry 
  21. Civil Engineering (M.Sc.)
  22. Communications Engineering
  23. Computational Mechanics
  24. Computational Science and Engineering (CSE)
  25. Conservation and Landscape Planning
  26. Consumer Science
  27. Data Engineering and Analytics
  28. Development, Production, and Management in Mechanical Engineering
  29. ESPACE – Earth Oriented Space Science and Technology
  30. Ecological Engineering
  31. Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
  32. Energy and Process Engineering
  33. Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology
  34. Environmental Engineering
  35. Ergonomics – Human Factors Engineering
  36. Executive MBA in Business & IT
  37. Executive MBA in General Management
  38. Executive MBA in Innovation and Business Creation
  39. Finance and Information Management (FIM)
  40. Food Chemistry 
  41. Food Technology and Biotechnology
  42. Forestry and Wood Science
  43. Geothermic/ GeoEnergie
  44. Geodesy and Geoinformation
  45. Green Electronics
  46. Health Science – Prevention and Health Promotion
  47. Industrial Biotechnology
  48. Industrial Chemistry
  49. Informatics
  50. Informatics: Games Engineering
  51. Information Systems
  52. Integrated Circuit Design
  53. Intellectual Property and Competition Law (Continuing Education Program
  54. Land Management and Geospatial Science
  55. Landscape Architecture 
  56. Management (Main Location: Heilbronn)
  57. Management (Main Location: Munich)
  58. Management and Innovation
  59. Management and Technology (TUM-BWL)
  60. Materials Science and Engineering
  61. Mathematical Finance and Actuarial Science
  62. Mathematics
  63. Mathematics in Data Science
  64. Mathematics in Operations Research
  65. Mathematics in Science and Engineering
  66. Matter to Life
  67. Mechatronics and Robotics
  68. Medical Engineering and Assistance Systems
  69. Molecular Biotechnology
  70. Neuro engineering
  71. Nutrition and Biomedicine
  72. Pharmaceutical Bioprocess Engineering
  73. Physics (Applied and Engineering Physics) 
  74. Physics (Biophysics)
  75. Physics (Condensed Matter Physics) 
  76. Physics (Nuclear, Particle, and Astrophysics)
  77. Politics & Technology
  78. Power Engineering
  79. Quantum Science & Technology
  80. Radiation Biology
  81. Rail, Transport, and Logistics
  82. Research on Teaching and Learning
  83. Resource Efficient and Sustainable Building
  84. Responsibility in Science, Engineering, and Technology (RESET)
  85. Robotics, Cognition, Intelligence
  86. Science and Technology Studies (STS)
  87. Software Engineering
  88. Sport and Exercise Science
  89. Sustainable Management and Technology
  90. Sustainable Resource Management
  91. Technology of Biogenic Resources
  92. Traditionelle Chinesische Medizin (TCM), weiterbildender Masterstudiengang, Teilzeit (Master)
  93. Transportation Systems
  94. Urbanism – Urban and Landscape Studies and Design
  95. Vocational Education Agriculture (Teaching at Vocational Schools)
  96. Vocational Education Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Teaching at Vocational Schools)
  97. Vocational Education Health and Health Care Science (Teaching at Vocational Schools)
  98. Vocational Education Metal Engineering (Teaching at Vocational Schools)
  99. Vocational Education Nutrition and Home Economics (Teaching at Vocational Schools)
  100. Vocational Education Structural Engineering (Teaching at Vocational Schools

Apart from these, there are some other courses. Visit the University website to learn more about all the courses and the Technical University of Munich.

Application Process:

There are usually two ways to apply to all the universities in Germany. 1- Uni-Assist 2- Directly on University Portal. However, most of the universities ask international applicants to apply through Uni-Assist. How to apply is stated in the registration of each DAAD course section and on the university website.

The application process has to be started through Uni-Assist. Besides, all the documents have to be uploaded to the application portal of the university. But remember, each course is different. So take a good look at how to complete the application process. Most likely, the Technical University of Munich conducts Skype interviews for applicants. Visit the university website to know the details of the application process.

There is no tuition fee at the university. However, there is a semester contribution fee. Which is present in almost all universities in Germany. It costs around 50 to 300 euros depending on the university. Semester contribution fees are usually lower in small-town universities. However, a semester card is provided. which allows free travel by bus and train in the self-state in some cases in their cities.

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