All degree programs at TUM Informatics require proof of proficiency in German, English, or both.
Check TUM’s central admissions website for information on accepted language proficiency certificates here.
Please remember that you often will need to sign up for language tests several months in advance.
Should you have no knowledge in German at all, you should plan to devote approximately 9 to 12 months to intensive courses in order to reach the required level. You must be able to prove proficiency in the relevant language for your program in order to be admitted.
For Master's applications at the department of Informatics: if the language of instruction of your Bachelor's degree was English (100%), this can be accepted as English language proof for the Master's application.
A Bachelor's thesis written in English can also be accepted as English proof. In this case a document from your university (signed and sealed) confirming that the BSc. thesis was passed and was written in English must be submitted. Applicants with a BSc. degree from TUM Informatics, please contact: efv(at)in.tum.de
For the following master's programs, you need proof of both German and English language proficiency:
• Information Systems
• Robotics, Cognition, Intelligence
• Informatics (Certificate Program)
The following master's programs can be completed in English and all applicants must submit a proof of English language proficiency for the application:
• Informatics: Games Engineering
• Biomedical Computing
• Computational Science and Engineering
• Data Engineering and Analytics