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Garching Campus
Boltzmannstraße 17
85748 Garching

Like many cities, Munich started out as a small town enclosed by a wall and then expanded beyond it. The 'inner city' occupies such a small area that everything is close and easy to visit, and you'll get a sense of the orignal wall, indeed, the gates still remain.
The river Isar flows through the city and it is generally a very green place. The enormous Englischer Garten, is a park with a boating lake and beer garden (of course) and is well worth a visit.


In order to get to TUM Munich – Garching Campus you have many possibilities.

If you are coming from Munich Central Station:

  • Subway (U-Bahn)
    You can take the U-Bahn U1 line in the direction of Mangfallplatz or U2 line in the direction Messestadt Ost or U7 line in the direction of Neuperlach Zentrum until next stop, Sendlinger Tor. From here take the U-Bahn line U6 in the direction of Garching-Forschungszentrum, end station.
    Alternatively, every S-Bahn in the direction of Marienplatz or Ostbahnhof, and respectively only until Marienplatz (approx. 3 minutes). As of Marienplatz  U-Bahn U6 line until Garching Forschungszentrum (approx. 30 minutes).
  • S-Bahn
    You can take the S-Bahn S8 until you pass Ismaning. From here take Bus Nr. 230 until you stop at Garching Forschungszentrum. Alternatively: S1 line until Neufahrn, then with the Bus 690, which stops also at Garching Forschungszentrum.
  • Bus
    You can take the Buses Nr. 230 292 or 690 to Garching Forschungszentrum (Bus Nr. 230 only workdays in 40 minute intervals.) Buses wait up to 8 minutes for belated S-Bahn's.

If you are coming from Munich Airport:

  • You can take the S-Bahn S8 line in the direction of Munich Central Station until the third stop, Ismaning (approx. 13 minutes). From here Bus Nr. 230 until Garching Forschungszentrum
    Alternatively: S1 line until Neufahrn, then with the Bus 690.


Please note that the information provided on this site has been obtained from several different sources and therefore the organisers cannot accept any responsibility for errors therein.


About the venue About the venue



 (c) Scharger, Albert / TUM The university was founded in 1868 to provide the state of Bavaria with a center of learning dedicated to the natural sciences. The university played a vital role in Bavaria's transition from an agricultural to an industrial state – and accelerated the pace of technological advancement across Europe.
Now the Technical University of Munich is one of Europe's top universities. It is committed to excellence in research and teaching, interdisciplinary education and the active promotion of promising young scientists. The university also forges strong links with companies and scientific institutions across the world. TUM was one of the first universities in Germany to be named a University of Excellence. Moreover, TUM regularly ranks among the best European universities in international rankings.

Practical Information Practical Information

1. What if I need medical care on site?

We strongly recommend that you invest in travel insurance and inform yourself about treatment and reimbursement conditions before travelling to Munich, Germany. If you are a European citizen, you should bring your European Health Insurance Card, which is accepted in combination with an ID.

As health care and social security systems vary between EU countries, please check the details on unforeseen medical treatment abroad

Please note that you might have to contact your health insurer for authorisation before being treated at the hospital. 


2. What is the typical climate in Munich?

Munich has continental climate. The climate is fairly cool in this city the month of march, but it is tolerable by dressing cosy. The high seasonal norm is 10°C. On average, the recorded minimum temperature is 1°C. Thus, the mean temperature average in march in Munich is 5°C. 


3. Is there free Internet available on site?

EDUROAM is available at Technical University of Munich.


4. What else do I have to know?

  • Language:
    The official language in Germany is German. Foreign languages, particularly English, are widely understood and spoken.
  • Time zone:
    Munich is in the Central European Time Zone (CET = GMT / UCT + 1).
  • Electric current:
    Electricity is supplied at 230 volts (alternating current). Type F plugs (CEE 7/4, CEE 7/7) are used.



If you have further questions, please send a request by email.



Please note that the information provided on this site has been obtained from several different sources and therefore the organisers cannot accept any responsibility for errors therein.