International mobility for scientists and staff
The TUM School of Life Sciences has identified internationalization as an important part of its overall strategy. Not only students should take advantage of the numerous mobility opportunities, but also employees and scientists are encouraged to increasingly establish and maintain international contacts.
In addition, this page offers information on funding opportunities, how guest scientists can be invited, or how administrative staff can also organize a stay abroad on business. An overview of existing TUM partnerships shows you attractive partners with whom you can start new projects particularly easily. On the linked pages of the Global & Alumni Office you will find further information and contact persons for individual programs.
TUM supports scientific exchange, among other things, through visiting professor programs. Find out how you too can invite a colleague to TUM for an extended period: https://www.international.tum.de/en/comingtotum/research-and-teaching-stays/
Are you looking for ways to finance your international activities? Or you want to make new connections with colleagues abroad? There are many funding opportunities to apply for. We send the latest "international funding opportunities" by mail at irregular intervals. You can find the funding opportunities in our protected area (TUM ID required to log in).
An overview of all TUM's international partner universities can be found here.
The following universities enjoy a prominent position with extensive collaboration at the university level. With these partners it is particularly easy to initiate new collaboration projects of any kind (research, teaching, administration, etc.). Initiatives in this direction are also supported by our university management:
- Imperial College London (UK)
Find out more about existing and planned joint activities: https://www.international.tum.de/en/icl/
- Tsinghua University (China)
Find out more about existing and planned joint activities: https://www.international.tum.de/en/international-alliances/tsinghua-university/
- University of Queensland (Australia)
Find out more about existing and planned joint activities: https://www.international.tum.de/en/global/uq/
Strategic Partnership Engagement
The following universities enjoy a highlighted position with collaboration in various fields:
- Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) (Ghana)
Find out more about existing and planned joint activities: https://www.international.tum.de/en/international-alliances/knust/
- Aalto University (Finland)
The following leading European technical universities have joined forces in the Euro Tech Alliance since 2006 and are in the process of creating a European Teaching and Learning Space (Euro TeQ).
- Technical University of Denmark (DTU),
- École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL),
- École Polytechnique (L'X),
- Technion - Israel Institute of Technology,
- Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e),
- Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU)
- Tallinn University of Technology
TUM is represented by its own branch in Asia: TUM-Asia in Singapur
Employees in administration can also benefit from our international partners and gain important insights into the organizational structures at other universities during a stay abroad.
In order to further intensify the exchange in this area, TUM has established the Graf-Montgelas Program to facilitate access to stays abroad for administrative staff: https://www.international.tum.de/auslandsaufenthalte/weiterbildung/montgelas/