The Study Introduction Days

The MPI Departmental Student Council holds an introductory event at the beginning of each semester for new first-year students (Bachelor and Master), called Study Introduction Days (SET).

The Study Introduction Days of the upcoming summer semester 2019 will take place at the Garching campus on Thursday April 18th right before the lecture period. Participating in SET will assist you in a smooth start of your studies.
The Technical University of Munich is introduced, exam regulations get taken up, and a small campus tour is conducted. You will also get to know many new people, possible make new friends and receive a head start before the official lecture period.

The SET of the past summer term 2018 took place on Thursday, April 5th 2018. The SET of the past winter term 2017/2018 took place from Thursday, October 12th to Monday, October 16th 2016. You can download the slides below.

Registration for the SET is not necessary.

SET tour

As in prior years, you have the possibility to go on a trip to the country hostel Grimmerthal with the student council and other freshmen. More information is provided here.

Lehr- & Lernformen (L&L)

For Mathematics freshmen, the additional module Lehr- & Lernformen (L&L) offered by the Mathematics department is a great chance for getting to know your way of studies.

All informations concerning time and place can be found on the L&L website.

Information on the Room Aliases

The exact position of the lecture halls (Ger.: Hörsaal) can be found in the TUM Roomfinder. Below you will find a brief overview

  • MI-Magistrale: The whole glass-roofed area in front of the lecture hall of the Mathematics-Informatics(MI) faculty building 
  • MI HS 1: Lecture hall 1 of the MI building (Friedrich L. Bauer Hörsaal)
  • Interims I HS 1 & 2: Lecture hall in the wooden black building at the plaza in front of the MI building
  • Interims II HS 1 & 2: New lecture hall building in front of the chemistry department
  • MW 2001: Lecture hall 2001 of the Mechanical engineering(MW) faculty building (Rudolf-Diesel-Hörsaal)
  • Physik HS 1: Rudolf-Mößbauer-Hörsaal in the Physics faculty building

Program for Bachelor's freshmen

The study introduction days for the upcoming summer semester 2019 will take place on Thursday, April 18th 2019 at the Garching campus.

NOTE: Rooms numbers may still vary!

  • 10 am – Official Welcoming Event (Room: MI HS 1)
  • 12 am – FPSO presentations (Rooms will be announced shortly)
  • 2 pm – Campus tours in groups
  • 8 pm – Pub crawl through Schwabing (Meeting points will be announced on time)

For questions on the program or your start of studies, mail us: setKlammeraffefs.tum.de

Program for Master's freshmen

The study introduction days for the upcoming summer semester 2019 will take place on Thursday, April 18th 2019 at the Garching campus.

Beforehand, on Wednesday, April 17th 2019 at 2 pm, the TUM Language Center invites international Master’s students who have been accepted to the “German Matters” program to a kick-off meeting. It takes place in the room MW 1010.

NOTE: Rooms numbers may still vary!

  • 10 am – Official Welcoming Event (Room: MI HS 1)
  • 12 am – FPSO presentations (Rooms will be announced shortly)
  • 2 pm – Campus tours in groups
  • 8 pm – Pub crawl through Schwabing (Meeting points will be announced on time)

For questions on the program or your start of studies, mail us: setKlammeraffefs.tum.de

Previous slides

Here you find the slides of the winter 2018/19 SET event:

Here you find the slides of the summer 2018 SET event:

Here you find the slides of the winter 2017/18 SET event:

For future SET events

You are already studying at TUM and want to support the organizers of the SET by becoming a SET tutor?
Here you can find information on possible tasks and how to register.

Contact us

If you have any questions or suggestions about Study Introduction Days, please contact the person responsible for the planning and execution of this event at setKlammeraffefs.tum.de at any time.

Contact

Here you can contact the departmental student council Mathematics, Physics and Informatics.

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