Admission procedure at the TUM School of Life Sciences
While some bachelor's degree programs are open to admission, other bachelor's degree programs at the TUM School of Life Sciences require you to go through an aptitude assessment procedure (EfV) or the study orientation procedure (SOV).
Admission to all Master's programs of TUM School of Life Sciences is regulated by the aptitude procedure (EV).
Admission-free degree programs
In the case of a degree program without admission restrictions, applicants will receive a letter of acceptance for the desired study place if the application documents are submitted to TUM in due form and time. As soon as the documents have been checked by us, you will receive a notification of admission by e-mail. There is no further selection process.
Bachelor's degree programs with aptitude assessment
Bachelor's degree program with study orientation procedure
Master’s programs with aptitude assessment
- Agrosystem Sciences M.Sc.
- Agricultural Biosciences M.Sc.
- Biology M.Sc.
- Brewing and Beverage Technology M.Sc.
- Forestry and Wood Science M.Sc. (also part-time)
- Ecological Engineering M.Sc. (also part-time)
- Food Chemistry M.Sc.
- Food Technology M.Sc.
- Molecular Biotechnology M.Sc.
- Conservation and Landscape Planning M.Sc. (also part-time)
- Nutrition and Biomedicine M.Sc.
- Pharmaceutical Bioprocess Engineering M.Sc.
- Sustainable Resource Management M.Sc.
Briefly explained: admission to Bachelor's degree programs at the TU Munich
In this video you will learn about the admission procedures for bachelor's degree programs at the TU Munich and what you should pay attention to when applying.
In a nutshell: admission to Master's programs at TUM
Watch the clip to find out how the admission process at TUM works and what you need to bear in mind when applying for a Master's program.