Fakultät für Architektur at the TU München
- Arcisstraße 21
- 80333 München
- Phone: +49 89 2892-2351
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Special features regarding teachingThe Faculty of Architecture follows a research-oriented approach to teaching in cooperation with public organisations and companies in Munich. The TUM has an exceptionally broad subject portfolio. The courses are known for their technical orientation, their focus on constructive design and practice-oriented topics. The students use the Architekturmuseum München (Munich Architecture Museum) – the most attractive and largest teaching and research museum in the German-speaking world.
Special features regarding the international orientationThe faculty is incorporated into one of the best universities in Europe. This includes strong alliances with companies and with academic institutions all over the world. Systematic internationalisation is one of the strategic development goals of Munich's school of architecture. The integration of a one-year stay abroad in the curriculum is designed to help students acquire international experience and expertise.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsETH Zürich, Schweiz; Kingston University, London, UK; TU Delft, Niederlande; TU Eindhoven, Niederlande; EPFL Lausanne, Schweiz; Chalmers University of Technology, Göteburg, Schweden; University of British Colombia, Vancouver, Kanada; University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, USA; University of Sydney, Australien; University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australien
Equipment of the work placesThe faculty has numerous studio spaces with 1,200 workstations, which means that every student has a personal workstation for project work. In the Technical Centre students can use workshops with analog and digital tools for prototype construction. Variou
Special features regarding research activitiesThe faculty of architecture is involved in numerous research and development projects. With more than 160 registered doctoral students at the TUM Graduate School, the faculty is one of the strongest in the German-speaking countries in terms of the number
Other special featuresOur central task is to sustainably improve teaching and research in our field and to develop strategies for the transformation of our built environment. On the basis of our core activity of designing, we synthesise, contextualise and create complex spatial solutions. It is our vision to successfully integrate design practice into research.
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.ar.tum.de/forschung/
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