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Infos for Students

Studying also means taking care of many things related to the organisation of studies and beyond on your own. On these pages you will find all central topics with important information and tips. And if you don’t know what to do: please contact the study coordinator.

Latest information on COVID-19

TUM under minimum operation from 16 Dec 2020 to 10 Jan 2021 at all of our locations due to the nationwide lockdown. Details concerning special measures and directives under service and labor law can be found in the FAQ from Human Ressources (ZA 2).

You can find a summary of the most important information an measures at

Last update: 15 December 2020

Corona: Effects on teaching and deadlines (as of 03.08.2020)

  • Since it is not predictable which restrictions will continue to be necessary at the start of the lecture period in the winter semester 2020/21, it is currently planned as a hybrid semester, combining digital teaching formats with face-to-face instruction. This is an effort to return the vital element of personal exchange to an excellent education as quickly as possible.
  • In the winter semester 2020/21, the lecture period starts on 02 November 2020, and will presumably end on 12 February 2021.
  • Enrollment for winter semester 2020/21 is possible until 07 December 2020.

Dates and deadlines
here you can find all important dates and deadlines for the

  • Semester overview
  • Lecture times
  • Lecture-free time
  • Examination period
  • Application times for Bachelor, Master, Studienkolleg
  • Registration as guest auditor
  • Application for exchange students (incoming), e.g. ERASMUS or TUMExchange
  • Leave of absence
  • Matriculation
  • Feedback
  • Payment of semester fee for first time subscribers

Timetables, Forms, Guides, FPSO, Module Manuals

General forms and information regarding all courses


You will receive the timetable at the beginning of the semester. When you are registered to a course, changes can be seen by logging in to TUMonline.

Forms, templates and guidelines

Most applications and forms are fillable PDF files. Please download and edit as necessary.

Research internship
  • Information about research internships
  • Application form for an external research internship

Course Documentation

The course documentation lists and describes study goals, the qualification profile, target group, a needs and competition analysis as well as the course’s structure, organizational connection/jurisdiction and development.

It is course specific and can be found in the different course’s sections below.

Module Manual

The module manual describes the modules of the course. It contains information about admission requirements, learning contents and goals, CP credit points, duration, workload, literature, examination forms, lecturers and module supervisors.

The course of studies and the division in compulsory and elective modules are explained in the module plan.

Both are course specific and can be found in the different course’s sections below.

Subject Examination and Study Regulations (FPSO)

The FPSO is the statute of the respective course. It can be found in the collection of Fachprüfungs- und Studienordnungen by scrolling to the entry of the concerned course.

Bachelor Bioeconomy
Bachelor Biogenic Materials
Bachelor Management and Technology (TUM-BWL)
Bachelor Renewable Resources
Master Bioeconomy
Master Renewable Resources

Social counselling

Social counselling of the Studentenwerk Niederbayern/Oberpfalz

Career and Alumni

Career & Jobs




Arbeitsagentur Straubing


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.

Phone: +49 (0) 89 289-22245

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

Schulgasse 22
Room: 01.010
D-94315 Straubing

Phone: +49 (0) 9421 187-166