Come to Munich - be at home
Students of all universities in the area of the Studentenwerk Munich can participate.
The project is aimed at all students - german and internationals. One workshop is always in German, at least one (or two) workshop(s) are in English. You can choose in which workshop you want to participate. The Studentenwerk Munich also provides financial support for Deutschkurse bei der Universität München when you are attending the project seminar and want to improve your German skills. This grant is a one-time amount of max. 200 euros for the cost of max. one course.
Since the registration process is online, it would not be a problem if you are not in Munich during the registration period. However, please make sure to let us know if you will not be in Munich until later in the semester (after the start of lectures).
Yes, those who sign up for a binding application should also participate in the program.
1) You must participate in all 4 workshops sessions of one group. There is group A or B and you'll select one group and attend all workshops sessions of this group. A combination of the groups is not possible!
2) You will also attend three events that you can choose from our program.
3) Additionally to that you will need to hold a presentation at the last workshop session. A learning diary ist also required. Details under ECTS.
The management of the project seminar usually informs the respective participants 1-2 days in advance about the exact time, the meeting point (or rather the link) and the expected duration of the event. If you have registered for an event and have not received an infomail until the day, please contact the event management at Interkulturelles@stwm.de.
In principle, the event programme is designed to allow everyone to attend three events. However, if there are free spots at individual events, they may be filled by other participants, even if they are already participating in three other events. In any case, contact the event management and visit only events for which you have been confirmed.
In this case, please inform the event manager immediately of the contact details that you received in the associated infomail (usually email address or mobile phone number).
If you can present a doctor's certificate in case of illness, this is not a problem. However, you will need to attend a replacement event. There may still be free spots in another event in the current semester. Otherwise you will have to make up for the default in the following semester. In urgent cases (e.g. as an international homecoming at the end of the semester, graduation) you can also get an alternative task from us. If only parts of an event are missed, a solution will be agreed individually.
Attention: Participation in all workshops is obligatory and cannot be replaced by other events. If you are missing, you cannot get a certificate/ECTS-points and you have to cancel the program. The workshops are a prerequisite for intercultural awareness and reflection in cultural events.
After evaluation of all services by the workshop trainers, we will issue the certificates. As a rule these are completed at the end of the current semester or the beginning of the following semester and then will send to you via email (or if desired by post).
You will also receive an infomail.
The evaluations of the accomplishment are carried out first by the workshop trainers. As soon as they have created the marks and sent them to us, we, as project organisers, contact the Carl von Linde Academy and the Munich Center for Technology in Society (MCTS). These will then carry the marks for you. You do not have to register for the exam at the Carl von Linde Academy.
A registration form and detailed information can be found at registration.
As the Student Union (Studentenwerk München) is organising the project seminar, it is NOT possible to register via TUMonline. The mark or the remark "passed" will be visible only after participation and handing in of your essay to the workshop leaders, normally at the end of the semester.
Please note: This FAQ page serves as a guideline and can not be used as a reference in a special case. Please contact us if you are not sure about your case and send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.