Welcome at the Department of Mechanical Engineering!
Online Survey of Master Degree Courses
Starting on 27 June 2016, the Department of Mechanical Engineering will be inviting students of various different Master degree courses to participate in an online survey. The results will provide the basis for work to be carried out by the department's quality control panel.
How do students of the Department of Mechanical Engineering rate the Master degree courses in Energy and Process Engineering, Product Development and Engineering Design, Automotive and Combustion Engine Technology, Mechanical Engineering and Management, Mechatronics and Information Technology, Medical Technology and Engineering, Nuclear Technology, and Production and Logistics?
The online survey will tackle such central issues as course organization using TUMonline, supervision, advice and services for students, as well as equipment and facilities. The results of the survey will be used to ensure that the studying conditions meet the needs of students even better in the future.
The responses to the survey will be evaluated anonymously in line with data protection laws. As access to the data from each e-mail address is strictly at random, it will therefore not be possible to relate the results back to particular individuals.
All students taking the above mentioned degree courses will receive an e-mail containing a link to the survey on Monday, 27 June. It will be possible to take part in the survey until 29 June 2016.
If you have any questions or feedback on the survey and the survey questionnaire, please contact: email@example.com
The World of Mechanical Engineering – Information for Prospective Students
The world of mechanical engineering is multi-faceted and exciting. To help prospective students to get an impression of what it involves, the Institute of Mechanical Engineering at the TU München offers various ways of finding out more:
Current Annual Report 2015 of the Department of Mechanical Engineering
Education is essential for integration - an immediate action programme for refugees
The TUM is opening up its courses of study to refugees with a guest student programme. This is the TUM's reaction to the challenges presented by the present stream of refugees coming to Germany and offers refugees, who can no longer complete or begin a degree course in their country of origin, a wide range of support to enable them to continue their studies.
Full information about the immediate action programme can be found here.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering
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