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Events and Updates

Coronavirus: University operating under restrictions

  • Operating hours e.g. for advising services and departmental administrative offices: accessible by email; for telephone make prior arrangements. To the contact details of our service units.

Further restrictions and regulations in detail and information at www.tum.de/en/corona

How will the winter semester 2020/21 be conducted?

Lecturers in the Department of Mechanical Engineering are currently preparing a combination of classroom and online courses for the winter semester 2020/2021.

The aim is to offer online courses, in particular the courses for the compulsory modules in the Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (semesters 1, 3 and 5), so that students who are still abroad or in quarantine have the opportunity to attend all courses. In addition, voluntary practice groups and question times in attendance are being prepared for first-year students in the Bachelor's program. However, the feasibility of these is highly dependent on the hygiene regulations in force at the beginning of the lectures.

As in the summer semester 2020, the Master's students will receive a large part of their course offerings in virtual form. The focus of the face-to-face lectures will be on university internships.

In contrast, the examinations following the 2020/2021 winter semester (from February 2021) will be almost exclusively in attendance. Attendance on campus is mandatory for this.

First semester students in our Bachelor and Master programs

In order to make it easier for you at our Department of Mechanical Engineering, you will find relevant information and assistance under Beginning your studies.