Spend 3-6 weeks studying at one of Germany's most prolific engineering schools! The Technische Universität München (TUM) offers engaging summer courses in English. In addition to providing technical workshops, the program also features site visits and intensive German language and culture training. Experience the historical and active city of Munich during your stay.
The Technische Universität München is a member of Global E3, an exchange program of Engineering Schools from around the world.
- Undergraduate students from all disciplines are welcome to apply, must have a solid background in physics and math
- Good academic and behavioral standing
- Must be studying in your second year or higher at the time of application
- Minimum 2.75 GPA
Cost of the program: Please check with the provider's website. Please note once you are registered for the program, you will be charged the $300 study abroad fee through the Pitt Pay system. Remember that your lifestyle and spending choices can greatly affect the amount of money you'll need while abroad. Visit our Budgeting page for more information.
Questions about Funding study abroad? Check out the Study Abroad’s funding search page and note that SSoE has funding specifically for Pitt engineering students.
You must first be accepted by the Swanson School of Engineering International Programs Office, then you will be directed to apply to TUM. Prior to being accepted, please visit the TUM website and read the application instructions and application deadlines. There are varied deadlines depending on the program you are choosing for summer. Please read their website carefully.
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