Master’s program Biology
For general information regarding aptitude tests for master’s programs, please refer to http://www.wzw.tum.de/index.php?id=268 Aptitude Test
To access the enquiry template for the analysis of your curriculum, please click on the master’s program in the navigation bar on the left.
in accordance with the Examination and Study Regulations for the Master’s Program Biology (appendix 2) the Commission uses a curricular analysis to assess your aptitude and the eligibility of your submitted qualifications.
This evaluation is based on elementary subject groups/categories of the Bachelor of Science Program Biology at Technische Universität München.
Kindly fill in the online-document (only available in German) listing the subjects you completed in your core studies on the basis of your Transcript of Records. You need to prove a minimum amount of 130 credits completed by the time of your application. Please list these in the respective categories.
For the aptitude test modules/subjects from your qualifying study in the amount of 115 credits are required.
|Fachkenntnisgruppe||Mindestanzahl an Credits|
|Naturwissenschaftliche Grundlagen (ohne Biowissenschaften)||35|
|Biowissenschaften (Vorlesungen, Seminare, Übungen, Praktka||80|
Foreign applicants please use the following formula to convert your qualification/grades:
|= converted grade
= best achievable grade in foreign grade system
= lowest grade (to pass a test) in foreign grade system
= grade achieved in foreign grade system
Please remember to SAVE your input data for every subject group.
When you have finished, please check to see that all your entries are correct and complete; then send the form ONLINE; and then print the pdf-form and add it to your printed TUMonline application forms. Post them together with all other required documents to:
Technische Universität München
Students must submit all of the aforementioned documents in order for their application to be considered complete. Incomplete applications will not be considered, and therefore will be excluded from the aptitude assessment.