English Coaching Program
The English Coaching Program offers tailored support to professors, academic & administrative staff and doctoral candidates who use English in their work at TUM. The program is free of charge.
Professors can receive individual coaching to improve their spoken and/or written English. We can also attend your lectures, video-taping them if desired, and offer feedback. Coaching sessions can take place at your department or in a room of the Language Center.
Small Group Courses
Academic/administrative staff and PhD candidates can request small group courses tailored to the group. Depending on the coach's availability, individuals within the group may also book up to 10 sessions of one-to-one appointments per semester, but no more than two appointments in any week. Please be sure to plan your coaching contact in good time for your deadlines. The aim of the coaching program is to help you improve your independent English skills. Since we serve the whole university, we do not and can not offer extensive editing of texts or more intensive hours on demand.
Professors and academic/administrative staff can receive support in writing and editing texts. This service is a combination of editing and coaching, tailored to the individual's needs. Depending on the coach's availability, individuals may also book up to 10 sessions of one-to-one appointments per semester, but no more than two appointments in any week.
Coaching Seminars in semester breaks
We offer a variety of Coaching Seminars, ranging from daily professional English to English for negotiations and meetings to English for academic writing. The courses are free of charge and open to TUM academic and administrative staff and doctoral candidates. If you have a suggestion for a seminar, please let us know!
All are welcome – staff and students alike! Practice your English informally in relaxed and convivial surroundings. No need to register, simply turn up and join in.
GAR - with Tina Schrier
Crazy Bean in the IAS, Wed. 12-13:30
Dr. Aparna Bhar
During the semester break by appointment
Room 305, Richard-Wagner-Str. 3 (MUC)