Orientation Program Master's

Winter Semester 2022

The orientation program will probably take place partly online and partly in presence, as soon as more information about the individual events are fixed, they will be published here or on the given pages.

The program consists of a beginners' café, the Study Introduction Days (SET) and the presentation of the examination regulations (FPSO).

At the IT Service Center you can find information and events about IT at the TUM .

The dates, times and links can always change at short notice, so check the program again shortly before the events!

In a relaxed atmosphere, our study advisors Sandra Kemler, Imme Proske, Vivija Simić, Sibylle Roden-Kinghorst and Lena Krone will answer all your questions about your upcoming studies and give you tips for a successful study. So please feel free to bring a cup of coffee or tea and maybe some cookies in front of the screen.

Please have a look at the "Important Links" further down on this page. We will not go through all the pages with you, but we will answer your questions and address the most important points for starting your studies!

The event will presumably take place as a zoom webinar begin / mid October.

We look forward to your participation!

No registration is required.

In October, the Study Introductory Days (SET) of the Student Council (Fachschaft) will take place. In numerous events you will be welcomed by the deans, get an introduction to the university IT and the opportunity to get to know other freshmen.

More information, dates and links can be found on the student council's page.

The Examination Regulations (FPSO) are (together with the APSO, see "Important Links") the contract you signed with the university at the time of enrolment. It is very important that you are familiar with the contents of these regulations.

Presumably on Monday, October 17, 2022 there will be a presentation of the current examination regulations of each study program and the most important contact persons of the faculty. No registration is required, but this is an official event of the faculty and we expect all master's beginners to join this important event!

For each study programme the access data for the virtual events will be announced here soon. In some study programs you will have to watch a video or read the slides before the event. In every case it is helpful if you have a look at your sepcific examination regulations before you head to the event. You can find the links here on this page.

Informatics:

Presentation of the Examination Regulations Informatics. Please read the FPSO before the event.
 

Information Systems:

Presentation of the Examination Regulations Information Systems. Please read the FPSO before the event.
 

Informatics: Games Engineering:

Presentation of the Examination Regulations Informatics: Games Engineering. Please read the FPSO before the event.
 

Data Engineering and Analytics:

Presentation of the Examination Regulations Data Engineering and Analytics . Please read the FPSO before the event.
 

Biomedical Computing:

Presentation of the Examination Regulations Biomedical Computing. Please read the FPSO before the event.
 

Robotics, Cognition, Intelligence:

Presentation of the Examination Regulations Robotics, Cognition, Intelligence. Please read the FPSO before the event.
 

Computational Science and Engineering:

Presentation of the Examination Regulations Computational Science and Engineering. Please read the FPSO before the event.

 

Here you will find the examination regulations of our master's programmes in the currently valid version:

  • Informatics: FPSO
  • Information Systems: FPSO
  • Informatics: Games Engineering FPSO
  • Data Engineering and Analysis: FPSO
  • Robotics, Cognition, Intelligence:  FPSO
  • Biomedical Computing: FPSO
  • Computational Science and Engineering: FPSO

The following links will provide you with information, you have to know, to be successful with your study program. Therefore, please read them very carefully. We will talk about those information during our planned live chat. For further questions (after the live chat), please contact the academic advising team: study-advising@in.tum.de.

Corona Information Pages

of the Deartment of Informatics

of TUM: General und Studies, Teaching and Exams

in.tum.de

All links given in this section are webpages of the department of informatics (in.tum.de). We created those pages very carefully so that you can find a lot of information there. If you have any questions, now or in the coming semsters of your studies, please always check if you can find the answer on one of these pages online. If you cannot find anything there, you are always welcome to contact us.

Advising and Support

Modules and Courses

Administrative Matters

Services, Facilities & IT

Women in Computer Science: Equal Opportunit

Master's Programs

The Examination and Academic Regulations (FPSO) are (together with the APSO, see further down) your contract with the university. You signed it with your immatriculation. It is very important that you know what is in there. Please also attend the Presentations of the examinations rules (dates are above on this page), where you'll get a summarized overview about these regulations.

other (very) important links

General Examination Regulations: APSO  (legally binding is the german version)
It contains the rules for Examination Deadlines, Progress Monitoring (Credit Limits), Bridging Courses,..

TUMonline - TUM’s campus management portal
Here you can register for courses and exams, see your grades, print your examination report or other documents.

Moodle - central learning platform of the TU Munich
Here you will find information on how to hold your registered courses, lecture materials, exercise sheets, links, ...

TUM Campus App :Calendar, Cafeteria, MVV, Roomfinder

RoomFinder: Garching, Munich City

Student Council (Fachschaft)

Munich Student Union and Student Union Fees
The Munich Student Union offers a big Advisory Network: accomodations, finances, studying with a child, psycological problems, ...

Medical Care in Germany

Every semester, the Acadamic Advisors of the Department of Informatics offer information events on various topics related to the entire study program. Of particular interest to you in your first semester in the new Master's program here at the Depertment of Informatics:

Let's talk about -- Courses & Exams.


More information, as well as the link to our Moodle course with access data, can be found on the Academic Advising website.

TUMwide Events

In September, the virtual Welcome Winter takes place - here you can learn more about student life at TUM, meet other students, and get valuable tips on starting your studies (registration required).

At the service fair Fit for TUM, first semester students can get information on all questions concerning the start of their studies and studying, such as financing their studies, housing, sports, university life and much more. They can get to know a variety of institutions and initiatives of TUM.