TUM Language Center News

On Friday, November 18 at 5 p.m., the Japanese Consulate General and the TUM Language Center invite students interested in Japan to an exchange with Japanese companies located in Bavaria. Registration to: miyayama-sinz@zv.tum.de Learn Japanese at the TUM Language Center

What skills do our students, employees and alumni need to become drivers of a sustainable future? How can scientific solutions, scalable innovations and new economic models contribute to a more sustainable world? And how can we position TUM as a role model for sustainable development through…

Struggling with writing an academic text? Our TUM language center MOOC - Academic Writing Made Easy, hosted on edX, will ease the pain – and make your writing shine. Follow the link to enroll for our next run starting on 24.10.2022: https://www.edx.org/course/academic-writing-made-easy-2

This is a student project that aims to facilitate cultural exchange between people. This takes place in the form of various events and language courses in which students from all over the world teach their own mother tongue. In view of the current situation, online lessons are offered. TU Berlin's…

The TUM Language Center does not offer sign language. We recommend the Deutsche Gebärdensprachenschule des Gehörlosenverbands in München (GMU) and the online course provider Manimundo. 

The newly published going GLOBAL brochure of the TUM Global & Alumni Office offers insights into TUM’s international engagement, highlighting strategic networks and partnerships. Information on the TUM Language Center can be found on p. 43 and 44. Going Global  – The TUM Experience (PDF, 5 MB)