The Technical University of Munich is a public, research-oriented university which was established in 1868. It is one of the oldest and biggest technical universities in Germany majorly focusing on disciplines in engineering, life & natural sciences, business, and medicine.
The university is a prominent member of TU9, which incorporates some of the most notable technical universities of Germany which were established before 1900.
According to the World University Rankings 2019, the Technical University of Munich is globally ranked at #44.
|Budget (2018)||€ 1.451 billion|
|Number of Degree Programs||177|
|Mode of Programs||Full-time; Part-time; Online|
|Total Number of Professors||566|
|International Student Percentage||29%|
|Annual Estimated Cost of Attendance||€ 11,059|
|Contact International Office||+49 89 289 22245 | email@example.com|
Technical University of Munich Admissions Application Deadlines 15 July (winter); 15 January (summer) Some PG programs might have varying deadlines. Most degree programs only accept new incoming applicants in the winter semester, and transfer or higher semester applicants in the summer semester. Admission Requirements
Technical University of Munich Fees & Other Expenses TUM does not charge any tuition fee from its students since April, 2013. However, all students are required to pay a student union fee, and a semester ticket fee twice every year throughout their period of study. In addition to the fees mentioned above, students are required to pay for living in the city of Munich, which can be quite expensive.
|Expense||Amount in EUR|
|Semester Fee (student union fee+ semester ticket)||€ 258.80|
|Estimated cost of living in Munich||€ 900 per month|
|Total||€ 11,059 (approx.)|
The table above shows estimated annual cost of attendance for full-time students of TUM.
TUM provides scholarships (€ 500- € 1500 per semester) for international students enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs with a good academic record and proven financial need.
Graduate students of the School of Mechanical Engineering with extra-ordinary academic performance are eligible for scholarship of up to € 550 per month.
The Nicolaus Scholarship Fund is available for students who have completed 2 years of study at TUM, and demonstrate financial need.
There are several other scholarship and funding resources for international students at TMU. In addition, students can also chose to work. TUM job portal has more than 3,000 jobs that the students can choose from.
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|Post graduate Tuition Fees||$293.13|