Fakultät Informatik

Prospective Students: Discover TUM Informatics

Top rankings, international networking, and intensive research collaboration with companies

Are you looking for the best informatics, computer science, and technology education Germany has to offer? Get ready to take the first steps toward a life-changing, mind-opening, and career-launching experience at the Department of Informatics of Technische Universität München (TUM)!

At one of the largest departments of informatics in Germany, you will have access to teaching and research in nearly all topics relating to the field of informatics. Whether you come here as an exchange student or as a degree-seeking bachelor’s or master’s candidate, you have a wide choice of study programs to choose from.

Programs Taught in English and German

In addition to our B achelor degree programs in German, we have three M aster’s programs that are taught entirely in English and four master’s programs that are taught in German and in English.

Or, if you only want to experience TUM Informatics for a semester or a year, you can come as an  exchange student and choose your favorite offerings from our diverse  course catalog.

Why TUM Informatics? Why Munich?

There are so many good reasons to choose TUM Informatics, the real question is why wouldn’t you want to study here. One of Germany’s official “Excellence Universities”, TUM offers an excellent education. International rankings confirm that TUM Informatics is one of the top German universities in the field of informatics. Moreover, Munich is a global hotspot for the IT and technology industries –and an exciting city with wonderful lakes and mountains nearby.

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Individual Support

Studying in Munich will broaden your perspectives and help launch your future career in Germany or internationally. Our department promotes curiosity, independence, and personal motivation – but we also provide you with the necessary support to help you complete your studies successfully.

We understand the needs and interests of international students: 25% of our students are international and 25% of our German students study abroad. From the application process to admission, from your first year of study until graduation, we will advise you and see you through it all.

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Personal Experience

Lorenzo Pirritano is a student of Informatics who is in the process of doing his Master´s degree. He came from the University of Pisa in Italy to study at the TUM as an exchange student as part of the European exchange program known as Erasmus.



Personal Experience

Evgenia Pavlova is in her 4th semester of “Informatics: Games Engineering” (Bachelor)



Personal Experience

Belinda Zahra is in her 4th semester (Bachelor) studying informatics at the TUM.