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Studenten in der Straubigner Innenstadt

Everything for a successful start into your studies

The pleasant anticipation may already be great and perhaps before the start of the study, there is a lot to do. Our checklist helps you to remember everything that is important:

Because of the current situation, everything is a little special this year. The TUM Campus Straubing offers a variety of introductory events so that you can get started with your studies without any difficulties.

The winter semester 2021/22 will be carried out as a hybrid. This means that for some courses you have the choice between participating in the lecture hall or online from home. You will experience that this semester does not have to take place completely digitally for you directly at the introductory events. For example, the campus tours can take place in small groups – a good opportunity to get to know your fellow students!

Preliminary courses

Everyone at the Straubing campus needs math for their studies, which is why we offer a pre-course in mathematics for all freshmen. In four days, you will not only review the most important things from the Abitur, but also acquire new mathematical skills.

Registration for the preliminary courses is now possible. To do so, you must identify yourself as a student in TUMonline..

The courses at a glance:

Introductory events

Your semester starts with the first semester welcome on Monday, October 17th, 2022 in the new building “Nachhaltige Chemie” (Uferstraße 53, room U7). You will also receive information about the campus, study progress and exams. You can choose whether you want to experience the greeting live on campus or online.

Welcome Greeting Bachelor (German)

09.00 to 9.10 Uhr
Welcome Greeting by student Representatives
09.10 to 09.20 Uhr
Welcome Greeting by Rector Prof. Sieber
09.20 to 09.35 Uhr
Welcome Greeting by Dean of studies Prof. Zollfrank
09.35 to 09.45 Uhr
Introduction Language Center
09.45 to 09.55 Uhr
Introduction Library
09.55 to 10.15 Uhr
Green Office & Student Representatives
From 10.30 to 12.00 Uhr
Program-specific greetings by program supervisors and coordinators
12.00 to 13.30 Uhr
Beer and Snacks, Uferstraße 53
Information booths of student representatives and workgroups

Welcome Greeting Master (English)

From 13.30 Uhr
Welcome Greeting by student representatives
13.30 to 13.40 Uhr
Welcome Greeting by Rector Prof. Sieber
13:40 to 13.55 Uhr
Welcome Greeting by Dean of studies Prof. Zollfrank
13.55 to 14.05 Uhr
Introduction Language Center
14.05 to 14.15 Uhr
Introduction International Office
14:15 to 14:30 Uhr
Green Office & student representatives
From 15.00 to 16.00 Uhr
Program-specific greetings by program supervisors and coordinators

Get to know the secrets of the campus and get to know your fellow students at the same time. Whether directly after the first semester welcome or during the first week of lectures, campus tours are possible in small groups. Take the chance to explore the most important places as well as the hidden corners of your study campus. You can also get a first impression by video:

For many students it is like a second home: the library. Take part in our introductory course and the webinars offered. You can find more information here: and in a separate e-mail from the library.

You will quickly work with some TUM platforms such as Moodle or TUM-Online. There you will find the materials for your course, you can register for your exams and at the end you will also see your grades. You will find out exactly how this all works in an introduction at the beginning of the semester.

Contact Student Advising

You have questions about the application, admission or administrative
processes in your studies?
Please have your application or matriculation number ready, if available.

Student Advising Munich

Arcisstraße 21
Room 0144
D-80333 Munich

Phone: +49 (0) 89 289-22245

Phone and opening hours
Appointments only by arrangement

Student Advising Straubing

Petersgasse 5
Room: 00.3503.009
D-94315 Straubing

Phone: +49 (0) 9421 187-166

More Information

Find additional information in the OASA’s wiki.