Virtual insights into studying at TUM
Study information days 8th - 12th of March and virtual master's fair on 24th of March
Which subject suits me? What can I study after my bachelor's degree? What is everyday life like at a university? The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is offering prospective students deep insights into its range of courses and intensive advice at two virtual events. The Study Info Days from 8th - 12th of March are aimed at schoolchildren from the 10th grade upwards, while the Virtual Master's Fair on 24th of March is aimed at Bachelor's students.
A large number of online events will make TUM's degree programs more vivid from 8th - 12th of March this year for an entire week. Virtual campus tours show the various TUM locations, and students report on their everyday lives. The event is open to schoolchildren from the 10th grade onwards, to those who are professionally qualified to study, and to anyone else who is interested in studying. Registration is possible at www.tum.de/studieninfotag . The Department of Aerospace and Geodesy (LRG) will present the Bachelor Program Aerospace (English) on 11th of March from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. The 6-semester, completely English-language bachelor's program offers the ideal introduction to the global future topic of aeronautics and astronautics. Afterwards, the Bachelor Program Geodesy and Geoinformation will be presented from 14:00 - 15:00. The 6-semester, German-language bachelor's program is primarily concerned with surveying the earth in order to record, analyze and visualize change processes in our world.
Those who have (already) completed a bachelor's program can find out how to continue with a master's program two weeks later on 24th of March. At the Master's Fair, TUM will use a virtual fairground to provide information about its range of courses, stays abroad, the transition to professional life and paths into research. Those interested can get advice via chat and exchange ideas with other participants. The Munich Student Union will provide information on student financing and housing. Registration will be activated in mid-February at Master's Fair - TUM . The Department of Aerospace and Geodesy (LRG) offers five exciting master's degree programs; more information about our programs are linked below: Aerospace, Cartography, Earth Oriented Space Science and Technology (ESPACE), Geodesy & Geoinformation, and Land Management & Geospatial Science.
The Department of Aerospace and Geodesy (LRG) was founded in 2018 as the 15th department of the Technical University of Munich. From novel aircraft and transport systems to communication and satellite technology to observing and mapping our planet with unprecedented precision: Aerospace and geodesy have jointly started their "mission earth". With its currently 22 professorships and chairs, the department is already playing in the Champions League of research: In the Shanghai Subject Ranking , it ranks 8th in geodesy/remote sensing and 16th in aerospace worldwide – making the LRG the undisputed number one in Germany. Through professional reinforcements as well as extensive investments at the new locations in Taufkirchen/Ottobrunn and Oberpfaffenhofen, this position will be further strengthened in the years to come and will make the LRG the largest department of its kind in Europe.