Technical University of Munich

Munich, Germany
TU Munich 2
Image by Shutterstock


Technical University of Munich (TUM) was founded in 1868 in Munich, Germany and is a public research university. It has multiple campuses across the city. It has seven schools, as well as five research institutes.

TUM School of Computation, Information, and Technology (CIT) has four departments - Mathematics, Computer Engineering, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. Some notable alumni include Martin Hofmann, a computer scientist who has made some contributions programming languages and software engineering and Johannes Ballé, a researcher in the field of image processing and deep learning and has received several awards.

Computational Mechanics
Computational Science and Engineering
Data Engineering and Analytics
Bachelor degrees
Master degrees
PhD & Doctoral degrees

Quick Facts

#29 QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023: Computer Science and Information Systems

#37 QS World University Rankings 2024

#30 THE (Times Higher Education) World University Rankings 2024

Are there any scholarships? Yes
To which regions are scholarships available? International
Full Tuition Fee Scholarship? No
Is there any accommodation? Yes
To which regions is accommodation available? All
What type of accommodation is it? Private