TUM Beijing – the liaison office for China and Taiwan

China has been one of TUM's most important partner countries even before the establishment of the flagship partnership with Tsinghua University. The liaison office in Beijing was opened in 2006. It acts as a central point for establishing contacts and maintaining relationships with leading universities and research institutions in China and Taiwan and provides support in initiating cooperation as well as delegation visits. In addition to various information events and workshops, regular alumni events organized by TUM Beijing are also highly popular.

News and Insights from the TUM Beijing liaison office

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TUM Beijing: Successful German Research Week in China

From April 17 to 23, the DAAD Beijing Office hosted the German Research Week, which was attended by more than 900 Chinese students and scientists. Representatives from a total of eleven Chinese and German…

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TUM Beijing: Tsinghua-TUM Talks on Innovation and Sustainability

On December 3, Tsinghua Shenzhen International Graduate School (SIGS) and TUM Beijing hosted another round of Tsinghua-TUM Talks as part of the TUM Global Dialogue Series 2021. Around 170 students and…

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TUM Beijing: Representing TUM at the largest online event of the DAAD 2021

November 25 and 26 marked the largest online event of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in China, the virtual DAAD Info Days. The two-day event attracted over 300 prospective students and their…

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TUM Beijing: Pre-departure webinar for Chinese freshmen

New country, new university, new study programs: When facing these coming challenges, international newcomers need to learn more about student life in Munich and get useful tips. In order to help Chinese…

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TUM Beijing: TUM Weibo most successful channel among German universities in China

Since its launch on May 13, 2013, the number of followers of the TUM channel on the Chinese miniblog service Weibo has grown steadily. In July 2021, the number of followers reached 20,000. This puts TUM Weibo…