ADMISSIONS OPEN IN OCT 2022

How will COVID-19 affect my studies or my Master of Science application to Technical University of Munich (TUM) Asia?

Read our frequently asked questions (FAQs) here.

(As of 26 April 2022)

From 26 Apr 2022, Singapore will enter into DORSCON (Disease Outbreak Response System Condition) Yellow. There will be further easing of the Safe Management Measures (SMMs). Vaccinated-Differentiated Safe Management Measures (VDS), except for specific settings (described below) will also be removed. Read more in the press release here. With the removal of VDS, MOM’s Workforce Vaccination Measures (WVM) will also be lifted. All staff and students can now return to campus.

In line with the latest safe management measure, and for the continued safety and well-being of students and staff, please adhere to the following safe management measures at SIT:

Teaching & Learning (SMMs- Effective from 27 April 2022)

  • Safe distancing is no longer required between individuals or between groups, in all settings (i.e. both mask-on and mask-off settings). There is also no group size limit.
  • Mask wearing is still required indoors as a default, including during classes, lectures and examinations.
  • Please be reminded that eating and drinking in labs and classrooms is not allowed.
  • All examinations (Bachelor and Master’s degrees) will be scheduled accordingly. For more information on examinations mode and schedule, please check your emails regularly or contact the respective departments for more information – TUM Asia Undergraduate (UG) / Postgraduate (PG) Office.
  • Self-study is still allowed on campuses, but students must comply with all SMMs.
  • Work attachments will continue, with students adhering to the prevailing SMMs at the organisations they are attached with. They can contact their Academic Supervisors if they have any queries and are to update them on any changes in their work arrangements.​​​​​​​
  • In the event of any change, students will be informed via their TUM Asia email address. If students have any quries, please contact the respective Programme Executive through email.

Dining Arrangements (Effective from 27 April 2022)

  • Dining-in at canteens is permitted for people who are fully vaccinated and (unvaccinated students who have submitted a negative ART result within the past 7 days). Unvaccinated individuals who do not meet VDS requirements will only be allowed to take away their food.
  • Spot-checks will be conducted by Safe Distancing Ambassadors to ensure that only fully vaccinated individuals and unvaccinated students with a valid negative ART result under the weekly testing requirement are dining-in.
  • There will no longer be any cap on group sizes or safe-distancing requirements. Individuals should mask up when not consuming food and beverage and leave the dining hall immediately after finishing their meals.
  • As dining arrangements are subject to change, kindly follow the markings and directional signs at the canteens, and comply with directions of the designated personnel (SMOs, SDAs and SSDAs) on-site.

Random checks will be carried out by Safe Distancing Ambassadors to ensure compliance.

Removal of Pre-Departure Test Requirements

As of 26 April 2022, the Pre-Departure Test Requirements have been removed for all fully vaccinated travellers to enter Singapore without serving a Stay-Home Notice (SHN) or applying for entry approvals. Fully vaccinated travellers arriving via land checkpoints will not be required to take pre-departure or on-arrival COVID-19 tests, while those arriving via air or sea checkpoints are currently subject to a pre-departure test (PDT) within two days before departure for Singapore. The above-mentioned applies to our Student’s Pass (STP) and Student’s Pass In-Principle Approval (STP-IPA).

Entry requirements for non-fully vaccinated travellers aged 13 and above who are allowed to enter Singapore are required to take a PDT within two days before departure for Singapore, undergo a 7-day SHN, and take a Polymerase Chain Reaction COVID-19 test at the end of their SHN period.

Non-fully vaccinated Long-Term Pass Holders (LTPHs) and Short-Term Visitors (STVs) aged 13 and above are not allowed to enter Singapore, with the following exceptions:
1. LTPHs are medically ineligible for vaccines.
2. LTPHs and STVs with other valid entry approval (e.g. for compassionate reasons).
3. LTPHs aged 13 to 17 are subject to the appropriate measures.

Students can refer here for more details: https://www.moh.gov.sg/news-highlights/details/further-easing-of-community-and-border-measures.

Vaccinations and Booster Shots

Booster vaccination significantly increases protection against infection and severe disease and prevents the waning of vaccine protection. All eligible persons will now be able to receive their booster doses starting from five months after the completion of their primary series. We strongly encourage you to get your booster shots to further protect yourself and your loved ones.

Events and Social Activities- (Effective from 27 April 2022)

  • All on-campus events with less than 500 persons may resume fully, without any VDS or zoning requirements. Safe distancing is encouraged, but not required.
  • VDS is still required for on-campus events with 500 participants or more at any one time – i.e. all attendees must be fully vaccinated, recovered from COVID-19 in the past 180 days, or medically ineligible for vaccination.  ​​​​​​​
  • Social gatherings, such as team bonding, are permitted in the workplace with no limits on group size.

All students who are unwell, even with mild flu-like symptoms, should see a doctor immediately. They should minimise in-person interactions and isolate themselves at home as far as possible, unless they need to attend to essential activities (such as medical appointments). Students and staff should adopt safe distancing and good hygiene practices at all times.

SIT@SP Campus Access

  • The TUM Asia office remains in operation and we will be available online during office hours. We currently do not accept walk-ins, so please reach out to the respective officers (UG / PG) during this period before coming down to the campus.
  • VDS is no longer required as an entry requirement. All individuals can enter the campus regardless of vaccination status. No entry checks for vaccination statuses are required at access control points.
  • Operating hours and access:
Campus Operating Hours Access
SIT@Dover Mon to Fri (7:00am to 10.30pm)

Sat (7.00am to 5.00pm)

All Gates
SIT@Poly Buildings Mon to Fri (8:00am to 10:00pm) Via the respective Polytechnic access points
  • Entry during non-operating hours
  • SIT@Dover (Entry is via the main gate only)
  • SIT@Poly Buildings (Subjected to Polytechnic operating hours)
  • Only authorised visitors are allowed

It is crucial to observe all SMMs and see a doctor if you feel unwell, even with mild flu-like symptoms. If you are unwell, or have household members on Home Quarantine Order/Stay Home Notice or have adult household members with flu-like symptoms such as fever and cough, you are required to stay away from school and campus. Please be reminded to inform the respective departments (UG / PG) if you, or your household member(s), have been issued a Quarantine Order or Stay-home Notice by the authorities. 

Students receiving MOH’s Quarantine Order (QO), Health Risk Warning (HRW) and Health Risk Alert (HRA)

As the Ministry of Health (MOH) continues to investigate cases of COVID-19 infection involving the various clusters, the ministry will send an SMS to those who may have come in contact with confirmed cases of COVID-19. These are known as the Quarantine Order (QR) Health Risk Warning (HRW) or the Health Risk Alert (HRA). Students are required to do the following in relation to the QO/HRW/HRA:

Scenario What to do
Students who were close contacts of confirmed cases, before MOH issues the Quarantine Order (QO)  

  • Students should immediately inform Programme Officer via email.
  • Leave of Absence (LOA) will no longer be issued and students will only be allowed to return to campus after they/their household member/contacts of confirmed cases receives a negative exit Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) swab test result.

 

 

 

Students who have received the Quarantine Order (QO) or Electronic Quarantine Order (eQO)
Students with a household member who has received the Quarantine Order (QO) or Electronic Quarantine Order (eQO) or serving Stay Home Notice (SHN) at home 
Students (or family members) who have to undergo mandatory testing due to a COVID-19 cluster
Students with household members who have flu-like symptoms
Students with Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) symptoms and are on medical leave, but do not have a valid COVID-19 test result
Student who have a household member on home recovery
(confirmed COVID-19 case)
  • Register yourself as a close contact for quarantine at https://go.gov.sg/quarantinereg
  • Students should immediately inform Programme Officer via email
  • Leave of Absence (LOA) will no longer be issued.
Students who have received the Health Risk Warning (HRW)
  • Students should immediately inform Programme Officer via email.
  • Leave of Absence (LOA) will no longer be issued and students will only be allowed to return to campus after they/their household member receives a negative exit Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) swab test result.
Students who have a household member who has received a Health Risk Warning (HRW)
Students who have received the Health Risk Alert (HRA)
  • Students should immediately inform Programme Officer via email
  • Leave of Absence (LOA) will no longer be issued, but students are strongly encouraged to take a self-test using Antigen Rapid Test (ART) kits which may be purchased from retail pharmacies.
  • Students with a positive ART test result should seek medical attention immediately and not return to campus until they receive a negative confirmatory PCR test result.
Students who have a household member who has received a Health Risk Alert (HRA)
  • Students should monitor their own health condition. No further action is required.

If you come under any of the three MOH Protocols, please comply with the required actions in the table below.

Protocol Description What to do
1 Unwell and tested ART positive (note: PCR is reserved mainly for individuals who feel unwell and have symptoms*)
  • Please inform your Programme Executive immediately, and do not return to campus.
  • See a doctor, and either be placed by MOH on Home Recovery Programme (HRP) or admitted to an appropriate care facility.
  • You can only return to campus after discharge criteria is met – isolation period of 14 days for unvaccinated individuals, and 10 days for vaccinated individuals.
2 Well but tested ART positive
  • Please inform your Programme Executive immediately.
  • Self-isolate at home, and test again after 72 hours.
  • During your period of self-isolation, do not return to campus. Please stay at home.
  • You can only return to campus after obtaining a negative ART result and submitting the results to your Programme Executive. The submission shall show the identification number and test result with the date indicated on the kit.
3 Issued a Health Risk Warning (HRW) by MOH
  • Inform your Programme Executive and do not return to campus.
  • Self-isolate on Day 1 of being issued HRW, take ART test, and upload ART test result online as per MOH’s instructions. Take ART test on Day 7. If negative, no need for further testing.
  • If you test positive at any point during HRW, to follow instructions in Protocol 2.
  • You can only return to campus after obtaining a negative ART result and submitting the results to your Programme Executive. The submission shall show the identification number and test result with the date indicated on the kit.
*Mild symptoms: Fever, cough, fatigue, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, runny nose, muscle aches, diarrhoea, nausea or vomiting; Severe symptoms: shortness of breath, chest pain or pressure, loss of speech or movement.
Students are reminded to abide by the above protocols and testing requirements before returning to campus. Those who fail to clear the discharge criteria/testing requirements, or found of making false declarations will be subject to disciplinary action.
MASTER OF SCIENCE APPLICATION FAQ

Here is a compiled list of questions on various topics that our current applicants have posed to us at the TUM Asia’s Admission Office, and our responses to these.

Extension in completing the application process

Q: What are the latest updates to the application process to TUM Asia, with regards to the current situation?

The deadline to submit your online application, payment of application processing, and payment of registration fees for the AY2022/23 intake is 31 March 2022.

TUM Asia will be accepting hardcopy documents submissions. For applicants who are currently unable to send in their hardcopies due to lockdown in their country, we will update you again on your next steps.

Q: What should I do if I am unable to collate the documents needed to apply due to lockdowns/restrictions in my country?

Please try to complete the application by the application deadline. However, in the event that you need more time, kindly write to us at admission@tum-asia.edu.sg.

Q: I am unable to take the IELTs test as it was cancelled due to the current situation. What should I do?

There is another option to prove your English proficiency. If the medium of instruction for the entire period of your Bachelor’s degree study was in English, you may upload proof of this instead. This proof is typically stated in the marksheet, certificate, or your enrolment letter. Otherwise, you may also obtain a letter from your university stating proof of your medium of instruction. We will only be able to process your application after verifying proof of English proficiency.

Q: What can I do if I am unable to send out my hardcopy documents by the deadline?

If your country is under a lockdown, usually, Post Office services will still be available. However, if you are still unable to send your documents on time, we will consider your application ready for assessment if you have submitted your softcopy documents and paid the processing charge. Do note that there will be a delay in checking your sent documents as the TUM Asia Admissions Office is working remotely from home. Further details will be provided to applicants who would not be able to submit the hardcopy documents due to lockdown in their country.

Making your application stand out

Q: What factors does the admission committee take into consideration for application evaluations?

Your application will be evaluated on a holistic basis, based on its individual merits. The following are factors that will affect your application:

  • The standing of the university in which you completed your Bachelor studies;
  • The modules you have taken and grades you obtained in your Bachelor studies;
  • The recommendation letters written by your Professor or Employer about you;
  • The quality of the statement of purpose that you have written;
  • Your level of English competency; as well as
  • Your strengths as listed in your Curriculum Vitae (CV): Other relevant work/internship experiences, any scientific paper(s) you may have published, any relevant projects you may have completed, and any awards you may have achieved, among others.

Q: How can I improve my application for a positive outcome?

  • Improve the statement of purpose that you submit to us

This document explains to us your motivations for joining our MSc programmes, what has inspired you to apply, and why you choose to study at TUM Asia. It is crucial to submit a sufficiently detailed Statement of Purpose to us – the recommended length of your Statement of Purpose should be 1 to 2 pages.

Do proofread carefully as many statements contain errors in grammar, spelling, and unclear sentence structure.

  • Improve the quality of recommendation letters that you submit to us

We would recommend that you find faculty or employers that know you well enough to write a convincing recommendation letter that informs the admission committee of your strengths in character and personality, and how these make you an ideal candidate to join our MSc programmes.

  • Make your Curriculum Vitae (CV) stand out

Do include pertinent skillsets that are relevant to the programme you are applying for. List down your internship, employment, exchange experiences, education and scientific papers, as accurately as possible. Do remember to proofread your CV for language errors.

For more tips on improving your admissions, please visit our blogpost.

 

Notarising my documents

Q: What are the documents that require notarisation?

All Bachelor Degrees/Provisional Degrees/Enrolment certificates, as well as all Academic Transcripts/Marksheets, are required to bear notarisations.

Q: How do I correctly notarise my documents?

Notarisations are marked by an original seal that may be either an ink or embossed seal. An ink seal will bear an emblem while an embossed seal will bear a raised emblem.

If your certificate or transcripts consist of more than one page, you must prove that all the pages belong to the same document and belong to you. If there is your name/a matriculation number on every page of the document, you may obtain the seal on every page separately. However, if your name/a matriculation number is not present on every page of the document, you must inform the notarising party to fold the corners of all the pages and stamp the seal over the folded corners, so that each page receives a part of the seal.

Do note that standalone stamps are not sufficient as they will only bear inked wordings without emblems. Photocopied or printed seals are also not acceptable, thus, we will not accept coloured copies or photocopies of documents that bear a seal.

Mailing of hardcopy documents

Q: When can I mail my hardcopy documents to TUM Asia?

If we have informed you to mail your notarised hardcopy application documents to us, you may mail them to:-

Office of Admissions, TUM Asia
510 Dover Road, #05-01 SIT@SP Building
Singapore 139660

Please do not mail any documents to us if we did not tell you to. We do not return any hardcopy documents that are submitted to us.

Submission deadline for APS and IELTS

Q: When is the latest date to submit the Akademische Pruefstelle (APS) or IELTS certificate to TUM Asia?

We would advise you to submit the hardcopy documents by 31 Mar 2022 (AY2022/23 intake) in order to secure your place in the programme. If you are unable to send us the hardcopy due to lockdown, do email us your APS / IELTS softcopy certificate as soon as possible.

Scholarships available and scholarship application

Q. What are the available scholarships at TUM Asia?

These scholarships are available and subjected to eligibility:

  • DAAD Scholarships
  • TUM Asia Scholarships*
  • Industry Scholarships*

*To qualify for consideration in this Scholarship for Master of Science programmes, applicants will be required to submit their Admissions application via the Admissions portal during the admissions period for the current intake. Applications submitted after this period may not qualify.

Do keep in mind that our programmes are self-financing programmes. Students will be required to be able to commit to the expenses for the entire period of study. You should also find out from your own local government or banks, if they are offering any scholarship or financial aid that you may be eligible for, or find other sources of financial aid to support your studies.

For more information on scholarships available, please visit our Scholarships page.

Q: How do I apply for the available scholarships at TUM Asia?

All applicants who are offered a place into our Master programmes will also be assessed for TUM Asia scholarships and industry scholarships. Only successful applicants will be informed via email.

Mode of payment: Processing Fee and Registration Fee

Q: What if I cannot make payment of the processing fee via Paypal (eg. Because Paypal is not available in my country) and all the banks are closed due to the current situation?

You may:

  • Ask a friend overseas to help you pay through Paypal
  • Make a telegraphic transfer via online banking, which can be done from the comfort of your home. You will need to bear all the charges from the sender bank and the receiver bank.
  • Use TransferWise to make the payment. There are also TransferWise iOS or Android apps for easy transfer. The bank charges tend to be lower compared to telegraphic transfer via online banking.
  • For more information on the above payment modes, please write in to admission@tum-asia.edu.sg for the details of our bank account for the Processing Fee payment.

Q: I cannot make payment of the registration fee by the deadline (eg. Because of closures of remittance agencies during the current situation). What can I do?

You may:

  • Make a telegraphic transfer via online banking, which can be done from the comfort of your home. You will need to bear all the charges from the sender bank and the receiver bank.
  • Use TransferWise to make the payment. There are also TransferWise iOS or Android apps for easy transfer. The bank charges tend to be lower compared to telegraphic transfer via online banking.
  • For more information on the above payment modes, please write in to admission@tum-asia.edu.sg for the details of our bank account for the Tuition Fee (Registration Fee).

If you do not make the full payment of the registration fee (SGD 3,210), we will not be able to proceed to reserve your seat into the programme.

Q: What if I am still unable to make the payment by the deadline as I am facing issues with telegraphic transfer via online banking?

If you cannot meet the deadline, you should write to admission@tum-asia.edu.sg stating your reasons, and we will try to help you.

Refund of paid Registration Fee

Q: I am unable to travel to Singapore when the August 2022 cohort commences classes. Can I request for a deferment to the next intake, or a refund of the paid Registration Fee shortly before classes commence?

We are monitoring the current situation closely, and will update you if there are any changes to the mode of study during the first semester of Aug 2022 intake (for e.g. online classes), so that all our students will be able to start their lessons virtually, without any disruption to the start date.

In any case, if the above solution is not feasible, yes, we can defer your studies to the next intake (AY2023/24), with no penalty involved.

If you would still prefer to receive a refund, yes, we can process the refund accordingly. Please refer to the 3rd question in this dropdown for the refund policy.

In this fluid situation, please be rest assured that we will announce every measure that we need to implement to all our incoming students as soon as we can.

Q: I am unable to obtain approval in time for a student visa from the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) in Singapore for my studies. Will I be able to defer or get a refund for the paid registration fee?

We are monitoring the current situation closely, and will update you if there are any changes to the mode of study during the first semester of Aug 2022 intake (for e.g. online classes), so that all our students will be able to start their lessons virtually, without any disruption to the start date.

In any case, if the above solution is not feasible, yes, we can defer your studies to the next intake (AY2023/24), with no penalty involved.

If you would still prefer to receive a refund, yes, we can process the refund accordingly. Please refer to the 3rd question in this dropdown for the refund policy.

In this fluid situation, please be rest assured that we will announce every measure that we need to implement to all our incoming students as soon as we can.

Q: What is the process to request for a refund of the paid registration fee?

Any requests for a refund of registration fees paid due to withdrawal from the programme shall be made as per TUM Asia’s refund policy shown in the table below.

Date of Receipt of Applicant’s Online Submission of Withdrawal from Programme Refundable Percentage of Registration Fees Paid
More than 60 calendar days before Programme Commencement Date 80% (Maximum Refund)
Between 60 to 31 calendar days before Programme Commencement Date (both days inclusive) 50%
Between 30 to 1 calendar day(s) before Programme Commencement Date (both days inclusive) 25%
On or after Programme Commencement Date 0%

 

Should you wish to withdraw from the programme after you have accepted our offer, please indicate your preference on the admissions portal. Please note that verbal and e-mail withdrawals will NOT be accepted. Withdrawal must be done online via the Admissions portal.

Admission outcome and Offer of Admission

Q: How long do I have to wait before I know the results of my application?

The results of your application are usually released at least four to eight weeks after you have submitted your online application and we have received and verified the complete set of your hardcopy notarised documents. This time frame depends on a variety of factors, including the quality of your application, when you submitted your application etc. Given the current COVID-19 situation, please expect a delay in the outcome of your application.

Different applications will also take different amounts of time to process, but rest assured that we will inform you as soon as our professors have made a decision on your application. We appreciate your patience.

Q: How do I accept the Offer of Admission?

There are conditions and deadlines stated on your offer of admission. If you do not fulfil any of the criteria, your offer may be revoked. Please read through the terms and conditions of the Offer of Admission and its related documents carefully and make sure that you are well-informed, before acknowledging that you have read through the documents, and accepting the offer on the portal (www.tum-asia.edu.sg/adm). After that, make the payment of the registration fee and enter your transaction details on the portal.

Your seat in the programme is only reserved after we have received the payment of the registration fee before the deadline.

Q: Is there anything I need to take note of prior to the programme commencement?

Before commencing the programme in Singapore, you must have

  • Completed your Bachelor degree programme;
  • Obtained and brought along your official Bachelor degree certificate (if not, at least a provisional degree certificate and a letter from your university stating the approximate month in which you will receive your official Bachelor Degree certificate);
  • Obtained and brought along your full set of Bachelor academic transcripts

If you are unable to, please inform us at admission@tum-asia.edu.sg immediately.

Internship requirements

Q: Are there any requirements for the internship?

Your respective programme coordinators will brief you after you are successfully enrolled to our Master programme. The internship is compulsory and will be conducted in a (minimum) two to three-month internship with the industry or with an academic institution, and this can be completed anywhere in the world. The requirements vary according to the organisation or institution that you are applying to.

Campus accommodation

Q: Is there any possibility for enrolled students in the TUM joint programmes with NTU/NUS to apply for accommodation on their campuses?

Yes, all students enrolled in the joint programmes can apply for the campus housing in their respective universities. However, please note that graduate housing is limited at NUS and NTU, and competition is very stiff for these hostels.

Q: Are there any in-campus accommodation facilities at TUM Asia?

TUM Asia has no in-campus accommodation facilities. Our students will have to search for their accommodation. Our students usually first choose to live in student hostels when they arrive in Singapore, and after they have made new friends in the university, they rent and share a private apartment with their friends/ classmates.

Q: What are the accommodation options that I can consider in Singapore?

Private accommodation options range from:

  • Landed property/ Condominiums (Private property)
  • HDB apartments (High-rise residential blocks)
  • Student hostels

You may find these websites useful:-

Travel restrictions, entry visa, and deferment of studies

Q: Singapore has imposed an entry approval as a requirement due to the current situation. I am worried that the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) in Singapore will not grant me a student visa. Can I request for deferment? 

Yes, you may defer your studies to the next intake in August 2023 (AY2023/24). Please refer to the 3rd question in this dropdown for the deferment process.

TUM Asia is monitoring the government regulations closely and will take the precautionary measures to respond to the current situation, while keeping all applicants informed.

Q: I may not be able to travel to Singapore for the admissions process due to travel restrictions. Will there be any online classes for the first semester? Can I defer my studies? 

We are monitoring the current situation closely, and will update you if there are any changes to the mode of study during the first semester of Aug 2022 intake (for e.g. online classes), so that all our students will be able to start their lessons virtually, without any disruption to the start date.

In this fluid situation, please be rest assured that we will announce every measure that we need to implement to all our incoming students as soon as we can.

In any case, if the above solution is not feasible, yes, we can defer your studies to the next intake (AY2023/24). Please refer to the 3rd question in this dropdown for the deferment process.

Q: What do I need to do to defer my studies?  

Please indicate your intention and reason to defer your studies via the application portal. By deferring your studies, you do not need to go through the admission process again and will automatically receive an offer for admission to the next intake.

Once you accept the offer and make the Registration Fee payment, your place in the programme will automatically be secured.

WHO CAN I CONTACT IF I HAVE QUESTIONS?

Student matters

Office of Academic Services 

Bachelor and Master programmes:  

Weibo: https://www.weibo.com/TUMAsia 

Executive Education programmes: 

exd@tum-asia.edu.sg  

Application and Admission

Office of Admissions 

Bachelor and Master programmes: admission@tum-asia.edu.sg  

Executive Education programmes: exd@tum-asia.edu.sg  

General or further queries

We are still contactable online should you have any other questions. Please reach out to us on the following social media platforms, or via email:  
 
TUM Asia 

Weibo: https://www.weibo.com/TUMAsia 

Email: Events@tum-asia.edu.sg 

ADVISORY FROM THE SINGAPORE GOVERNMENT

Latest measures in Singapore - Ministry of Health (MOH)

Given the evolving situation, please refer to the MOH website for the latest measures and updates. 

STAYING SAFE FROM COVID-19

Practicing good hygiene habits

Please continue to practice good personal hygiene habits such as frequent handwashing with soap / hand-sanitising, and wearing a face mask if feeling unwell.

Some tips to stay safe:

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Stay home and stay safe

To fight COVID-19 successfully, all of us must play our part. Stay home; minimise the time spent outside; and strictly observe safe distancing measures. The TUM Asia community will get through this! 

VISITING THE TUM ASIA CAMPUS

As of 26 Apr 2022 (Tues), with the removal of VDS, MOM’s Workforce Vaccination Measures (WVM) will also be lifted. All staff and students can now return to campus.

Getting to the TUM Asia campus from Dover MRT

Please refer to the following guide or this video link on how to walk to our office from Dover MRT.

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