If you need information about how to convert your foreign grades into the German grading system, please visit this website. You can use the calculation form to convert your grades. Please note, however, that the outcome only serves as orientation and is not legally binding.

If you are an international student and need further orientation concerning financial support for your studies, finding accommodation or taking language courses, the International Center will be glad to provide you with the necessary information.

There aren’t any special fees for the STS / RESET Master’s program. You will have to pay the basic semester ticket and student union fees which are due every term before students are permitted to enroll or re-enroll. Check out the details here.

Are you looking for a suitable scholarship? Find out more about “TUM Scholarships”.

Anyone considering university studies in Germany has a lot to think about: How can I finance my study and stay? How good must my German language skills be? Where do I apply? How do I get to know other students – and what kind of services does TUM offer for international students? Here we have compiled the most important things you need to know.

TUM advisory services offer a broad range of information regarding your studies at TUMhousing, and financing as well as support for students with families and students with a handicapTUMinternational (TUMi) offers guidance and advisory services for international students.

There are several opportunities for stays abroad which students can pursue on their own initiative. The most feasible option is for students to arrange their mandatory internship abroad during the third semester.

TU Munich’s International Center and the MCTS Academic Programs Office offer support and advice. The ERASMUS+ program offers you the chance to study at universities within the European Union (EU) whereas with the TUMexchange Program you can also visit universities outside the EU.

For more information on which partner universities you can apply for, please visit this website and choose the subject area “MCTS”.


You can log in here: https://wiki.tum.de/display/mcts/MA+Info+Center
The M.A. Info Center provides information on a wide range of study-related topics as well as forms you can download.

Click here for the RESET Examination Regulations (please click on the link and scroll down to “Responsibility in Science, Engineering and Technology”), and here for the General Examination Regulations.

The main assessment methods in the RESET M.A. program are presentations and research papers. Presentations are held during the lecture period. The official deadline for research papers is March 15th in the winter semester and September 15th in the summer semester.

The Munich Center for Technology in Society (MCTS) offers two Master’s programs in the interdisciplinary research field of Science and Technology Studies. The program “Science and Technology Studies” offers a research-oriented graduate education primarily designed to orient students towards an academic research career in STS. The program “Responsibility in Science, Engineering and Technology” is more practice-oriented, preparing students for careers in diverse professional fields in addition to academia. M.A. RESET focuses on questions of responsible research and innovation, whereas M.A. STS offers more general training in STS methods, theories, and topics.

Should you have any further questions, you are welcome to contact us at reset@mcts.tum.de

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