Advising for Prospective Students

The academic advisors from the Department of Informatics inform and advise prospective students at the interface of school and university and the trasition between Bachelor's and Master's programs.

Application and International Student Advising

Lena Krone

International Student Advisor / Admissions 

  • office: 00.09.037
  • email: krone@in.tum.de
  • phone: +49 89-289-17867
  • step-by consultation hours: Tue 3-5 pm; Wed 10-12am
  • holiday: 13 July - 29 July 2018

⇒for prospective students Bachelor's/Master's programs: 

•    What formal requirements do I need to fullfill?
•    When do I have to apply?
•    What exactly is the admissions process?

⇒for international students:

•    How do I plan my stay?
•    What language certificate do I need to have?
•    How do I finance my studies?
•    I went to school abroad. Is my certificate recognized?

Academic Advising

Vivija Simić

Academic Student Advisor

  • Office: MI 01.08.039
  • E-mail: study-advising@in.tum.de
  • Tel.: +49 89-289-17296
  • Opening hours:
    • Monday 10.30-12 a.m. & Thursday 10-11:30 a.m.
    • Transfer of Credits: Tuesday 9:30-10:30 a.m.
    • Thursday, 2.8.18 opening hours only until 11 a.m.
    • opening hours on Tuesday, 10.7.18 and Thursday, 26.7.18 are cancelled

Sibylle Roden-Kinghorst

Academic Student Advisor, in addition: Departemental contact for chronically ill and disabled students

  • ATTENTION!!! new office: 02.07.039
  • email: study-advising@in.tum.de
  • phone: +49 89-289-18190
  • opening hours:
    • Attention: no opening hour on July, 20th
    • Tue 1 - 3 pm, Wed 9 -11 am, Fr 9 - 11 am

Dr. Angelika Reiser

Academic Student Advisor, in addition: International Relations Coordinator

  • office: 02.11.053
  • email: study-advising@in.tum.de
  • phone: +49 89-289-17284
  • opening hours:
    • student exchange: Mon 1-2 pm + Wed, 10-11 am
    • evening counseling: first Tue every month: 5.30-6.30 pm (next: August 07, 2018)
    • further appointments by arrangement

⇒for prospective students Bachelor's programs:

  • What is the difference between the study programs in the department?
  • Can I change between the programs when I realize that I chose the wrong one?
  • Can I change from another university during the bachelor's?
  • Can I apply for the summer semester?
  • Which bachelor's program fits best for which master's?
  • What pre-courses offers the department of Informatics for first-year students?

⇒for prospective students Master's programs:

  • What is the difference between the study programs in the department?
  • What prerequisites do I need to have for the specific programs?
  • When and how do I choose my elective courses?
  • Can I study part-time? Do I have time to work besides my studies?