Sports Sciences, Department
Fakultät für Sport- und Gesundheitswissenschaften at the TU München
- Georg-Brauchle-Ring 60/62
- 80992 München
- Phone: +49 89 2892-4601
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Special features regarding teachingDepartment’s own advice centre for international mobility supports students and staff in international matters. The new and completely English-language master’s degree "Sport and Exercise Science" was set up taking into account international employment market requirements. The course concept is based on international models and allows international partnerships to be intensified.
Special features regarding the international orientationDepartment’s own advice centre for international mobility supports students and staff in international matters. The new and completely English-language master’s degree "Sport and Exercise Science" was set up taking into account international employment market requirements. The course concept is based on international models and allows international partnerships to be intensified.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsNSSS Oslo, Norwegen; INEF Madrid, Spanien; Masaryk Universität Brno, Tschechien
Special features regarding the equipmentThe faculty facilities are housed on the TUM Campus in the Olympic park in the historical atmosphere of the 1972 Olympic Games. It therefore has numerous excellently equipped sports halls and extensive outdoor facilities and thus provides the largest interconnected sports campus in Europe.
Support for foundersThe "Entrepreneurship and Management in Sport" course is part of the compulsory section of the “Sports Science” degree programme, and "Entrepreneurial opportunity development" is part of the compulsory section of the Master’s programme “Sport and Exercise Science”. Additional elective options include Sports Technology (prototype development in the UnternehmerTUM MakerSpace) and a start-up seminar for the sports and health sector, with expert talks and support for the best student ideas.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsInternal faculty advisory office for diversity supports students who have disabilities or chronic conditions with any questions or problems they may have. In accordance with the TUM General Examination and Study Regulations, applications can be made to the examination board for reasonable adjustments.
Characteristics of diversity advancementFaculty diversity committee (dean, Prof. for Diversity Sociology, managing director, women’s officer, diversity officer) monitors initiatives and provisions in the diversity field. They include research on diversity issues in the institutes, support with combining family and professional life/studying (childcare, KidsBox, preferential course enrolment for students with children), gender equality at all levels of qualification, raising sensitivity to diversity-related topics (Diversity Prize for especially good diversity-related final dissertations, support for Special Olympics).
Other special featuresIn addition to the Sports Science focus, the faculty also concentrates on health care issues. In the TUM prevention research centre we dedicate ourselves above all to prevention research with an independent laboratory section. In the centre, collaboration takes place with internal and external partners on an inter-disciplinary and international level. Courses available: Natural Science BSc and MSc degree programmes (Sport and Health Sciences); Postgraduate MSc programme in ‘Traditional Chinese Medicine’; Teaching qualification programmes for the subject of Sport
Further information on research activitieswww.sg.tum.de
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Last update 2018: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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