Coming to TUM

TUM stands for a cosmopolitan attitude and international scientific exchange. The fact that 24% of our over 39,000 students enrolled across all TUM schools and departments come from abroad proves our success. Some 1,600 out of a total of our approx. 9,500 international students at TUM join us from more than 50 countries around the globe within the scope of an exchange program.

TUM stands for a cosmopolitan attitude and international scientific exchange. (Image: TUM/Heddergott)
TUM stands for a cosmopolitan attitude and international scientific exchange. (Image: TUM/Heddergott)

International exchange students receive a warm welcome at TUM. For further information or a personal consultation, please contact the staff of the Incoming Center. Exchange students are students who have been selected by their home university for studying at TUM for a maximum of three semesters within the scope of an exchange program (e.g. Erasmus+ or TUMexchange) or a bilateral university agreement.

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International students in a degree course at TUM

International Students who do not study in a structured exchange program please contact the Student Service Centre (SSZ).