Outgoings - going abroad from the TUM School of Life Sciences

Through its worldwide cooperation, TUM offers numerous opportunities for international experience, from semesters abroad for students to exchange programs for scientists and employees.

Numerous students and employees take advantage of these offers to spend time abroad as part of their studies or jobs. Those who go abroad have many opportunities: Improve your language skills and intercultural competence, make international contacts, sharpen your academic profile - and last but not least: make friends all over the world.

Information for outgoings - plans to go abroad

We have created an overview of the various exchange programs at TUM for your better orientation.

You can find more detailed information here on the pages of the Global Office. Discover the different possibilities to gain important experience abroad during your studies.

Would you like to spend a semester abroad? TUM has many agreements with partner universities that make it easy.

You can find all our international cooperation partners that have an agreement with TUM in the MoveON database. There you can search for opportunities for your stay abroad and set various filters. For example, you will be shown all universities that have a cooperation agreement with TUM for a certain subject area (LS stands for Life Sciences). Students of these fields of study have priority. If the places are not used, students of other subject areas can apply (in consultation with the student exchange coordinators). The same applies to universities with which other TUM schools have an agreement. The results of your search are presented on a world map. At the university level you will also find testimonials from your predecessors.

To further improve this service, you should leave a report in MoveON yourself.

The Erasmus+ program offers financial support to bachelor and master students as well as enrolled doctoral students and graduates for an internship abroad. Internships can also be funded in companies, government agencies or NGOs.
Detailed information, contact persons and checklists can be found on the website of the Global Office.

You can find many internships in Germany and abroad in the internship database of the TUM School of Life Sciences.  

Furthermore the TUM maintains a database with experience reports on many internships in other European countries. Use the search function and browse for internships in companies and research institutions

In the fields of forestry, agriculture and horticulture, the Praktikantenamt Weihenstephan constantly offers interesting vacancies.

To further improve this service, you should also leave a report in MoveON yourself or inform us about your internship.

For your better orientation, we have prepared an overview of the various scholarships and support programs offered by external providers.

You can find more details about the individual programs here on the pages of the Global Office. 

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