Master’s Program Life Science Economics and Policy
In accordance with Annexure 2 of the Examination and Study Regulations for the Master’s Program Life Science Economics and Policy, the Commission uses a curricular analysis to assess your aptitude and the eligibility of your submitted qualifications.
This is based on the basic core subject groups of the Bachelor Program in Technology and Management at the Technische Universität München.
Please fill in the table below, which requires information about your previous academic performance in your undergraduate studies (Bachelor Degree Program) according to your Transcript of Records. Enter modules/courses/subjects worth at least 140 credits and list these according to the subject groups (e.g. Economics, or Natural Science, or Other).
|Subject Groups||Minimum number of credits|
|Fundamental subjects in the natural sciences (mathematics, physics, chemistry, physical chemistry, biology)||30|
|Fundamental subjects in economics (social sciences) (business management, economics)||30|
|Fundamentals of agricultural science, forestry science, or ecology||30|
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.
here go to the request for Winter Term 2017/2018 (v. 201701)