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.
Dates and deadlines
- 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
- Payment of semester fee for first time subscribers
by following this link: https://www.tum.de/en/studies/application/application-info-portal/dates-periods-and-deadlines
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.
- Writing a Thesis – with success!
- Registration form for Bachelor Thesis (Notice: Processing period Bachelor’s Thesis: 3 months)
- Approval form for external Bachelor Theses
- Rating form Bachelor Thesis
- Information about research internships
- Application form for an external research internship
- Cover sheet and template for scientific works (German language)
- Power-Point-Template for presentations (login required)
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.
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 Biogenic Materials
Bachelor Chemical Biotechnology
Bachelor Management and Technology (TUM-BWL)
Bachelor Renewable Resources
Bachelor Technology of Biogenic Resources
Master Biomass Technology
Master Renewable Resources
Master Chemical Biotechnology
Master Technology of Biogenic Resources
Social counselling of the Studentenwerk Niederbayern/Oberpfalz
In the virtual consultation room, you can contact our social counselors in video consultations regardless of location – competently and unbureaucratically, confidentially and securely.
Dates of the social counseling in Straubing:
Where: Room Nr. 9, 1st floor, Petersgasse 18
When: 12:00 bis 14:00 Uhr
Consultations by appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org
Career and Alumni
Career & Jobs