The TUM department Electrical and Computer engineering welcomes international students. Each year around 600 new students come from abroad for undergraduate and graduate studies, for student exchange, and for various forms of projects. Together with its programs in Singapore about 40% of the department's students have an international background.
If you know German well and already hold one of the accepted language certificates, you are eligible to apply for "Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik" either on undergraduate level, or on graduate level with a completed Bachelor's degree. Both programs cover the whole spectrum of Electrical and Computer Engineering with the opportunity for individual specialisation.
If you hold one of the accepted proofs of English proficiency, your choice is between one of the specialised graduate programs either at TUM's home campus or at our TUM Asia branch campus. Undergraduate programs in English are also offered by TUM Asia.
While full time programs require either a German or English proficiency certificate, TUM offers building blocks to integrate into your education, either as exchange students, for internships or summer schools.
In case you already hold a Master or equivalent degree, you might be interested in pursuing a PhD in one of the department's exciting research areas.
Experience abroad is a key factor these days in competing for a job after graduation. It helps you further your intercultural skills and develop your personality. Both our Department and the TUM centrally offer a variety of exchange programs to this end.
More information for TUM Degree Students about Exchange Programms.