Learn Spanish at the TUM Language Center

Spanish is not just spoken but also lived!
People speak Spanish in Valparaíso, Havana, Puebla and Cartagena de Indias, not to mention La Bombonera, Santiago Bernabeu and El Prado. We warmly invite you to plunge into this culturally rich and dynamic world.
¡El español se habla … y se siente!

Language Courses during the Semester

We offer Spanish courses from level A1 to C1 following the CEFR.

Block Courses in Lecture-free Periods

Use the lecture-free period from August to October, 2017, to improve your language skills.

Course Registration and Participation

Placement Test is required to register for levels above A1.2.

Students can register via TUMonline

Staff interested in taking a course should come to the first lesson.

  • Instructions for registration in TUMonline
  • Read More about registration and placement tests

The TUM Language Center reserves the right, in case of low number of present participants to cancel the courses.

Language Tests & Certificates

You can take a test to receive a language certificate to include in various applications (scholarships, internships, exchange semesters, etc.). Keep in mind that you must sit the test at least four weeks before your deadline.

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Learning in Tandem

TUMtandem brings TUM students together for structured intercultural conversation.

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Exchange Semesters

Students with knowledge of Spanish can study for a semester at a university in Latin America via TUMexchange, or at a university in Spain via Erasmus. In addition, students can earn a dual degree from TUM and various Spanish universities.

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María Jesús García

Head of Spanish Program

Office Hours
Tuesdays 15:30 - 16:30
Room 310, Richard-Wagner-Str. 3 (MUC)
Tel.: 089/289-29313

Alexis Soto Ferrera

Spanish Lecturer

Office Hours
Thursdays 16:45 - 17:45
Room 111, Richard-Wagner-Str. 3 (MUC)
Tel.: 089/289-29329

MW 1011 (GAR)
Tel.: 089/289-15104

Lecturers' Room, Language Center, Weihenstephaner Berg 13 (WZW)Tel.: 08161/71-5335


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