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Areas of Study: Computer Science, Engineering Disciplines Available (engineering or related field):: Civil, Computer Science, Electrical, Environmental, Geoinformatics, Information Technology, Mechanical
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Note: Global E3 Exchange Consortium only considers applicants who are in Engineering or Computer Science fields of study

Global E3: Technische Universität München 


Technische Universität München

What is Global E³?
Global E3: The Global Engineering Education Exchange Program. Recognizing a growing demand for internationally-experienced engineering graduates, a group of leading universities around the world established the Global E3 in 1995. Global E3 allows engineering students at member universities to enjoy a fulfilling study abroad experience. Check out the Global E3 brochure here.

Am I Eligible?
You are eligible if you:
  • Are currently enrolled at one of the participating Global E³ universities.
  • Are currently studying engineering or computer science.
  • Have been nominated by your home school to submit an application.
  • Have the language ability to take courses in the host campus language and/or in English. 
A bit about the Technische Universität München

TUM has been combining scientific expertise with entrepreneurial thinking for more than 140 years. Achievement of top results in all its core fields of education and research: engineering and economics, natural and life sciences, medicine and sports resulted in TUM being ranked the No. 1 university in Germany and among the top 100 universities worldwide according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and the Academic Ranking of World Universities.

Our graduates are active around the globe and TUM professors are making important contributions to world research. With more than 500 professors and over 9,000 additional staff, we offer academic and research opportunities to almost 36,000 students. More than 15 per cent of our staff and around 20 percent of our students come from abroad, creating a university culture which is cosmopolitan and hospitable. In Europe and worldwide, TUM maintains over 400 university partnerships and collaborates with many international research institutions.

At TUM, you have a unique chance to experience the energized spirit of an entrepreneurial university in the very heart of Europe.

Courses are available in the following fields:
  • Bioprocess Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
  • Engineering Science
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Games Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering (with the following specializations)
    • ?Aerospace Engineering
    • Automotive and Combustion Engine Technology
    • Energy and Process Engineering
    • Mechatronics and Information Technology
    • Medical Technology and Engineering
    • Nuclear Technology
    • Product Development and Design
    • Production and Logistics
  • Pharmaceutical Bioprocess Engineering


Location

Munich map

One of TUM’s advantages lies in its location. With a population of 1.4 million, Munich is often said to have a small town feel but all the advantages of a bustling metropolis. The city is clean and safe and this combined with a highly efficient public transport system makes living in Munich a pleasure. So it is no surprise that Munich consistently ranks among the World’s top 10 most livable cities.

Whether you are into mountain sports, rock concerts, opera or art exhibitions, watching a match of Munich’s favorite sons - FC Bayern Munich - or simply relaxing in the serenity of one of its nearby lakes, in Munich everything is right on your doorstep.

Even if Munich’s own countless offerings leave you wanting more, its central European location with quick and easy rail, air and road connections mean that other cities and regions such as Prague, Salzburg and Venice are only short trips away.

Last but by no means least, Munich is renowned for its world-leading companies in various fields including automotive and high-tech. The headquarters and R&D departments of companies such as BMW, Siemens, MTU and EADS are located here. As such, TUM students are well positioned to gain internships, research projects and permanent positions with these world leading companies.

Munich city

For more details about the university, courses, academic calendar, accommodations and other important information, please see Global E3's profile of Technische Universität München. You may also visit TUM's Exchange Student webpage.

How to apply 

Students apply in two or three phases. First, students apply via Missouri S&T's Globalminers.mst.edu portal by creating profile and filling out questionnaires and summiting the required documents. Then, students apply to the chosen school via the Global E3 website. Detailed information on the Global E3 application process can be found here. If accepted, the student would complete the post decision materials via GlobalMiners.mst.edu. Please note that sometimes the host university would also require students to submit an application for the purposes of university processing.

Reminder

Students wishing to apply for more then one program have to complete separate applications for each program/university. Students are encouraged to apply for minimum of two programs to increase the probability of placement. Seat at the chosen school is not guaranteed.

Ready to start your application?

Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring Semester 2019 09/14/2018 10/15/2018 TBA TBA
1 Year (Aug - June) 2019-2020 02/15/2019 03/15/2019 TBA TBA
Fall Semester 2019 02/15/2019 03/15/2019 TBA TBA