The personal experiences of numerous TUM students and employees demonstrate the significant role that international exchange plays in everyday life. The TUM Global & Alumni Office encourages exchanges via Erasmus+, among other things, to further strengthen the sense of belonging within Europe. Experiencing European values such as freedom, tolerance, and democracy thus becomes much more tangible. Through the further development of the program lines, global exchange can also be promoted.
Through Erasmus+, you have the opportunity to study within Europe for up to two semesters. You don't have to pay study fees at the partner university and you will get additional financial support.
TUM offers an additional funding opportunity which focuses on personal and socio-economic criteria, so students with limited finances also have the chance to enjoy a stay abroad.
The TUM Global & Alumni Office offers the possibility to support internships within Europe via Erasmus+. Find out here about requirements, deadlines, application procedures and more.
Through the funding program Erasmus+ you have the chance to teach students in one of 32 European countries. Get information about the requirements here.
Through the international dimension of Erasmus+, lecturers and academic staff can also continue their education at selected universities worldwide.
Through Erasmus+ TUM employees get the opportunity to pursue continuing education in 32 countries – at universities, companies and other private institutions.
Alternatively the “international dimension” of the Erasmus+ program offers funding for stays at one of our participating partner universities outside of Europe.
If you are studying in Europe and would like to come to TUM for one to three semesters, you may do so via the programs Erasmus+ and SEMP.
International students can be enrolled as interns for up to three semesters if they are involved in, for example, a TUM research project.
Through the Erasmus+ program, lecturers from European partner universities have the opportunity to spend a teaching period at TUM.
The international dimension of Erasmus+ enables lecturers and research assistants from partners around the world to teach at TUM for up to two months.
You work at a European partner university and would like to visit us for a knowledge exchange with colleagues at TUM? Find out about your opportunities with Erasmus+.
Through the international dimension of Erasmus+, it is also possible for employees of non-European partners to visit TUM for further education purposes. Learn more.