Virtual Insights Into Studying at TUM
Study Information Days and Virtual Master’s Fair in March
Which study program is the right one for me? What can I study after completing my Bachelor’s degree? What is student life like at a university? The Technical University of Munich (TUM) offers prospective students insights into its range of programs at two virtual events in March. The Study Info Days from March 8th to 12th are aimed at students from the 10th grade upwards, while the Virtual Master’s Fair on March 24th is directed at Bachelor’s students.
“Neuroengineering – Our Brain from the Perspective of Technology,” “Studying Sustainability,” or “How Much Time Does It Take to Add an Infinite Amount of Numbers?” – a large number of online events will make TUM’s degree programs vivid from March 8th to 12th, 2021. Virtual campus tours will show you the various TUM locations, and students will be reporting on their student lives. The event is open to students from the 10th grade onwards, to those who are professionally qualified to study, and to anyone else who is interested in studying at TUM. Registration is possible at http://www.tum.de/studieninfotag.
Those who are about to or have already completed their bachelor’s degree can learn more about continuing their studies with a Master’s two weeks later, on March 24th. At the virtual Master’s Fair, TUM will be providing information about: its range of courses, study abroad opportunities, the transition into a career as well as paths into research. Those interested will receive advice via chat and have the opportunity to exchange ideas with other participants. The Munich Student Union will provide information on student financing and housing. Registration will be activated mid-February at https://www.tum.de/mastermesse/.
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