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Limited Service in the field of International

We kindly ask you to get in touch with us by e-mail only.
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Although a period of international study is commonplace these days, it still requires a considerable amount of planning and preparation - and a lot of information. Especially the financing of their studies is one of the most important subjects that international students have to deal with when they come to Germany to study:

The Munich Student Union offers overseas students help, support and advice in social, economic and cultural matters, irrespective of whether they are in Munich for just one semester or for the entire duration of their studies.

As a first line of assistance, please take a look at our check lists before travelling to Munich. These provide an overview of the most important matters relating to your arrival and stay in Bavaria.

If you are still looking for accommodation, please contact the Student Accommodation Department. At their offices in the Olympic Village, the staff of the Accommodation Advice Service can provide you with information, advice and assistance regarding both rooms in our halls of residence and other possible accommodation options.

Trips, sight-seeing tours and workshops organised by the Culture Team will help you to quickly feel at home in your new university town and provide you with opportunities to meet and make friends with other students. If you have a place in a Munich Student Union halls of residence, the tutors here and the events that they organise will also help you to get to know your fellow residents.

Additionally, the Munich Student Union maintains international partnerships with organisations in various different countries. Language courses, employment exchanges and other programs are run from time to time in cooperation with these organisations in countries such as France, Tunisia and China.

 

PROFIN-Project ‘COME TO MUNICH - BE AT HOME’

You want to have fun with international students and get to meet German students too? Then take part in the ‘COME TO MUNICH - BE AT HOME’ project!

The project "Come to Munich - be at home"

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The Studentenwerk offers a intercultural seminar „Come to Munich – Be at Home“, is offering the possibility for German and international students to take part in an international project -  for free! Due to the special period we had to change the project to an online project, therefore fr the next semester is called " Come to Munich - #stay at home". By learning and experiencing together, the students improve their intercultural skills. Beside the intercultural events, the students take part in five  intercultural workshop modules  (2,5 h each) concerning the differences and common grounds of cultures. The objective of the project is to extend the own perspective and to sensitize the students for other cultures. The second part of the project is the participation in three intercultural activities online. The activities help to reflect the theory in a practical way by doing online activities e.g. online escape games, dance class or digital cookung event. Each student gets a certificate for their Soft Skills in the end of the seminar.
Through this programm it is possible to get ECTS-credits at TUM (please check the semester programm at Carl von Linde-Akademie).

Are you interested in taking part in the project seminar Come to Munich – be at home? Then take a look at the following points and register here directly: 
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