Impressions from the TUM Language Center


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Online-Tandem with KTH Stockholm

The German-Swedish online tandem project of the partner universities KTH Stockholm and TU Munich is now a firmly integrated part of our Swedish language teaching at levels B1-B2 (and in a simplified version at A2 level). Read more about it in the 33rd issue of the AKS newsletter: PDF Download Newsletter

TUM Language Center in Interview

Our Head Lecturer in interview with radio broadcasting station TOP FM

Alex Maria Hiebl from the TOP FM Frühstücksradio (morning show) is looking for the most curious stories and people in Upper Bavaria. For exampe he was looking for an individual speaking more than four languages fluently. Christina Thunstedt, Head Lecturer at TUM Language Center and TUM student Thea provided input.

Our student Thea Kramer in interview

TUM student Thea is fluent in seven languages. Sometimes she even dreams in a foreign tongue. At TUM Language Center she attended courses in Swedish, Arabic, Italian and Chinese.

  • The new going GLOBAL brochure of TUM Global & Alumni Office offers insight into the international activities at TUM and presents strategic networks and partnerships. Find more information about TUM Language Center at pages 43 and 44.

Going Global  – The TUM Experience (PDF, 5 MB)


  • Djam - an exiting European movie night as part of the Diversity Movie Series of the TUM Language Center, December 13th 2018, article in TUMcampus magazine 1/19
  • Pegnitz Journal, June 16th 2018, "Brückenbauerin für Gehörlose"
    Article about Judith Nothdurft, lecturer for German Sign Language at the TUM Language Center.
  • European movie night, 23.01.2018, TUM International Center and TUM Language Center
    "Europe, She Loves or a Successful European Movie Night".
  • "Dialog" – Annual magazine of the German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce. "The German-Swedish Talent Program".
  • The short film "Tatra" was produced in 2018, TUM's anniversary year, as part of the video competition. It was filmed by level B2 English-learning students of TUM Language Center. Using an artifact from the Neue Sammlung of the Pinakothek der Moderne, the filmmakers creatively combine language, technology and culture. 


Photo Credits: Photos TUMcampus: Uli Benz/TUM