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Technical University of Munich

Technical University of Munich

TUM (Technical University of Munich) is a public research university with campuses in Garching, Freising, Heilbronn, Straubing, and Singapore. It is divided into 11 schools and departments, and it is backed by various research centers. It focuses on engineering, technology, medicine, and the applied and natural sciences.

TUM is a German Institutions Excellence, the Initiative University of Excellence that is consistently listed among the top universities in the European Union, with 17 Nobel Laureates and 23 Leibniz Prize winners among its researchers and alumni. 


The Entrepreneurial University – TUM

Technical University of Munich Masters Programs

  • Aerospace engineering
  • Agricultural Biosciences,  
  • Agro-Systems Sciences,   
  • Architecture,
  • Automotive Engineering,   
  • Biochemistry,   
  • Bioeconomy,   
  • Bioinformatics,   
  • Biology,   
  • Biomass Technology,
  • BM Computing,  
  • Biomedical engineering and biomedical physics, 
  • Neuroscience (Biomedical)
  • Business education
  • Cartography
  • Chemical Biotechnology,
  • Chemical Engineering,
  • Chemistry, Civil Engineering,
  • Communications Engineering,
  • Computational Mechanics,
  • Computational Science and Engineering (CSE),
  • Conservation and Landscape Planning,
  • Consumer Science,  
  • Data Engineering and Analytics,
  • Development, Production, and Management in Mechanical Engineering,
  • ESPACE – Earth Oriented Space Science and Technology,
  • Ecological Engineering,    
  • Electrical Engineering and Information Technology,    
  • Energy and Process Engineering,   
  • Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology,    
  • Environmental Engineering,
  • Business & IT (MBA)
  • MBA in General Management,
  • Innovation and Business Creation (MBA)
  • Finance and Information Management (FIM),
  • Food Chemistry,
  • Food Technology and Biotechnology,
  • Forestry and Wood Science,
  • Geothermic / Geoenergy
  • Health Science – Prevention and Health Promotion,
  • Industrial Biotechnology,
  • Industrial Chemistry
  • Integrated circuits design
  • Power Engineering
  • Quantum Science & technology

Technical University of Munich Admission Requirements

TU Munich has the following international entry requirements

For Master

TU Munich requires a completed 4 years Bachelor’s degree with 70% or 3.0 CGPA.

Technical University of Munich English Requirement

IELTS: TU Munich requires a minimum of 6.5

TOEFL iBT min. 88 points

Technical University of Munich Admission Intake

TU Munich has two intakes, but September is the major intake.

Application deadline: 30 June 2021

31 July 2021

31 August 2021 for Winter

For Summer 30 November 2021

31 January 2022

28 February 2022

Technical University of Munich Fees

Technical University of Munich tuition fees for international students are

For Business: The tuition of 9,750 EUR per semester in TU Munich.

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