Module selection for the learning agreement
For one or two exchange semesters at TUM you have to prepare a learning agreement or a study plan. 50 percent of the modules must be from those offered by LRG. The other 50 percent of the modules can be chosen from other departments. Language courses do not count towards this.
Basically, all modules offered at TUM are registered in the campus management system TUMonline. In TUMonline you can either search for modules or courses. If applicable, a module consists of several courses. For detailed information on implementation, content, ECTS, recommended prior knowledge, language and rotation (winter semester or summer semester), please refer to the module catalog and the course details.
In principle, all modules from the previous semesters are also offered in the current semester. When choosing your modules, you can therefore orientate yourself on the respective previous semester. Please note: Modules from the previous winter semester are offered in the current winter semester; modules from the previous summer semester are offered in the current summer semester.
When choosing your modules, please make sure that you have the necessary professional prerequisites. The modules that will actually take place in the exchange semester are not known until 4 to 6 weeks before the semester begins. Therefore, it is advisable to coordinate your learning agreement / study plan with the modules offered at the start of the lecture period. If it is necessary, you can change your module choice after consulting your home university.
Please enter only modules and no courses in your learning agreement.
For your understanding: A module consists of at least one course (e.g. lecture, exercise, etc.) and exactly one exam. The module is passed if the corresponding exam is passed. Please always indicate the module number; this consists of a series of letters followed by a combination of numbers (e.g. LRG6300).
If you have any questions regarding the content of modules, please contact the module supervisor (= lecturer responsible for the module) directly.