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MUAS - Munich

Munich (HM)

Munich University of Applied Sciences

Multifaceted and practice-oriented


  • Around 18,000 students
  • 85 Bachelor's and Master’s degree programmes 
  • 500 professors
  • 675 staff members and researchers
  • 750 part-time lecturers
  • 14 departments

Munich University of Applied Sciences is the second largest university of applied sciences in Germany. The 18,000 students and the location in a leading European business centre afford fantastic opportunities, but also mean they have a responsibility in industrial, economic and social contexts.

Multidisciplinary variety They offer degree courses and active academic collaboration in the MINT subjects (mathematics, computer science, natural sciences and engineering), business, the social sciences and public health as well as in architecture and design. The Department of General and Interdisciplinary Studies is unique in providing every student with a cross-disciplinary education and in developing their personal skills.

Studying with a profile It is especially important for the HM to nurture our graduates' characters: besides their well-founded professional skills, the students should stand out by thinking and acting in a sustainable, entrepreneurial and intercultural way. With these additional qualifications which reach beyond the students' specialist fields, they prepare them to contribute to society and to approach their careers with foresight, creativity and a sense of responsibility.

Munich


Munich (German: München) city, capital of Bavaria, southern Germany. It is Bavaria’s largest city and the third largest city in Germany (after Berlin and Hamburg). Munich, by far the largest city in southern Germany, lies about 30 miles (50 km) north of the edge of the Alps and along the Isar River, which flows through the middle of the city.

Munich is a major international center of business, engineering, research and medicine exemplified by the presence of two research universities, a multitude of smaller colleges, headquarters of several multinational companies and world-class technology and science museums like the Deutsches Museum and BMW Museum. It is Germany's most prosperous city and makes it repeatedly into the top 10 of global quality-of-life rankings. Munich's ability to stay at the forefront of technological developments and maintain its cultural heritage is often summarized in the characterization as a city of „laptop and lederhosen“

Procedure

In order to be best prepared for a semester abroad, important dates and deadlines must be met. The following chart provides an overview of the most important milestones that have to be passed before, during and after a semester abroad at Munich University of Applied Sciences (MUAS).

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Application

In order to receive an exchange place, you must first apply at your university at home. Your university then nominates you at MUAS. The exact application procedure is described in the chapter "Application".

Before your semester abroad

Before departure, important things such as international health insurance and finding accommodation must be clarified. For more information, please refer to the chapter “Preparation”.

After your semester abroad

After the last exam at MUAS, there are some last steps to be taken before the semester abroad is over. For more details, please refer to the chapter "Follow up".

Further Information

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