Fakultät für Chemie at the TU München/Garching
- Lichtenbergstraße 4
- 85747 Garching
- Phone: +49 89 2891-3001
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Special features regarding teachingThe TUM Faculty of Chemistry offers a wide range of degree programmes available with basic courses in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Biochemistry and Food Chemistry. Newly renovated practical training rooms with excellent equipment enable a high degree of practical orientation. Top quality equipment is used for the research-oriented training (e.g. 12 NMR spectrometer, also with 750, 900 and planned 1200 MHz).
Special features regarding the international orientationThe TUM Faculty of Chemistry offers numerous opportunities for study-related visits abroad. Regardless of whether you want to study or complete a work placement abroad, you have a range of programmes available. Under the Erasmus programme, we partner with 53 foreign European universities in 20 countries. The TUMexchange programme includes study-related exchanges with universities in 25 countries in North America, Latin America, Russia, Japan, Southeast Asia, India, China, Africa, Israel and Oceania.
Support for foundersThe Technical University of Munich (TUM) and UnternehmerTUM offer students, scientists, and start-up entrepreneurs a unique infrastructure to successfully build up their business: comprehensive qualification from the initial seed of an idea to the growth phase – since May 2015 the new Entrepreneurship Center at Campus Garching hosts a venue to combine its services under one roof. Academic chairs from the TUM Entrepreneurship Research Institute round out the alliance between practical application, research and teaching.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsSome work placements are available for people with physical disabilities.
Characteristics of diversity advancementThe TUM Faculty of Chemistry has a Diversity Board which handles all gender-related problems; an active equality policy is not just a central concern of the TUM. Stated goals include becoming "the most attractive technical university for female students and academics in Germany" and creating the best possible working environment for "internationally renowned top researchers", which in turn creates new challenges in dealing with the growing level of diversity.
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.ch.tum.de/index.php?id=97
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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