APPLY FOR YOUR MASTER’S PROGRAMME AT GERMANY’S #1 UNIVERSITY, SINGAPORE CAMPUS

 

We recognise that you might need help along the way when applying for a programme abroad. Attending our TUM Asia Admission Webinars is a free-of-charge method to find out more about TUM Asia and our Master degree programmes’ application process. We welcome anyone interested in our MSc programmes to join us for more information on the admissions process and the scholarships available. Come talk to us live via our Admission Webinars and find out more!

 

View the upcoming and available webinars below and register for the session(s) below. Each webinar session lasts for an hour, with a 30 – 45 minutes presentation and the remaining time for a live Q&A. If you have missed out on a certain topic, fret not, we hold repeated webinar sessions of the same topic. You may refer to the Upcoming Webinars section below for the dates of our webinar sessions.

 

Registration for the webinar sessions opens 2 weeks prior to the actual event date. All communication prior to the webinars will be done via email, so make sure you leave us with a valid email address.

 

OUR PROGRAMMES

 

We offer the following Master of Science programmes:

 

All coursework for the above-listed programmes are conducted in Singapore and taught in English.

 

UPCOMING WEBINARS

Dates  Time (SGT) Admission Webinar Topics Registration Link
17 Oct 2022 (Mon)
17 Nov 2022 (Thu)
09 Dec 2022 (Fri)
4PM – 5PM How to Apply, Prepare and submit your notarised documents
(Recommended for those who have questions about successfully applying for the Master programmes and have queries regarding the notarisation of documents)
Do keep a regular lookout for our upcoming Admission Webinars and other events, and register here. Registration opens 2 weeks prior to the actual event date.

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