Ingenieurfakultät Bau Geo Umwelt at the TU München
Focus Area Hydro- and Geosciences
- Arcisstraße 21
- 80290 München
- Phone: +49 89 2892-5850
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Special features regarding teachingAll three areas (engineering geology, hydrogeology and slope movements/Alpine natural hazards) maintain many international contacts and do research in international projects.
Special features regarding the international orientationAll three areas (engineering geology, hydrogeology and slope movements/Alpine natural hazards) maintain many international contacts and do research in international projects.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsUBC Vancouver, TU9
Special features regarding the equipmentThe geo area at the TUM engineering department “construction/geo/environment” has first-class equipment including many modern laboratories, numeric laboratories, outdoor research facilities, large-scale devices and access to the computer centre (LRZ).
Support for foundersThe TUM has one of the best infrastructures for promoting business start-ups by European comparison. TUMentrepreneurship has set out to be one of the most successful business start-up universities in Europe
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled persons"TUM Barrierefrei studieren" seeks to make it possible for disabled students and those with chronic conditions to participate equally and independently in academic and student life. The service office for students and prospective students with disabilities and/or chronic conditions provides support and advice on all issues - e.g. relating to examinations, reasonable adjustments, applying for assistive learning technology and much more.
Characteristics of diversity advancementTUM Diversity has set itself the goal of establishing equal opportunity on every level. The Technical University of Munich (TUM) regards equal opportunity as a task that cuts across all areas. The Gender & Diversity strategy of the TUM is supported in the long term by the central Equal Opportunity Office and its four divisions, TUM.Family, TUM.Diversity, the Gender Equality Office and the Ombuds Office.
Other special featuresThe joint degree programme combines the options and resources of two universities of excellence.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.bgu.tum.de/eng/forschungresearch/
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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