Recognition of credits and examinations

If students want to have credits and examina­tions comple­ted at other univer­sities recognized toward their studies at the TUM, a specia­list from their respec­tive program, usually the module coordi­nator, must first deter­mine if the learning out­comes of the credits and examin­ations in question are equi­valent to those of the TUM. But what exac­tly do we mean by “equi­valent”? What is a lear­ning out­come? How do you iden­tify and com­pare lear­ning out­comes? 

The legal frame­work for the recogini­tion of credits and exam­inations comple­ted at other univer­sities, as well as the proce­dures there­fore, are formally regu­lated at the TUM. Questions naturally arise, how­ever, when the rele­vant program official begins the process of deter­mining equiva­lency. 

The university’s Study ­and ­Teaching ­Unit ­(HR SL) has created a manual contai­ning impor­tant infor­mation on the recognition process for all those respon­sible for deter­mining equiva­lencies.  

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Hochschulreferat Studium und Lehre

Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. Rudolf Bauer
Arcisstr. 19
80333 München
Tel.: +49.89.289.25210
Fax: +49.89.289.25209
E-Mail: bauer@tum.de

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Kontakt


Hochschulreferat Studium und Lehre

Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. Rudolf Bauer
Arcisstr. 19
80333 München
Tel.: +49.89.289.25210
Fax: +49.89.289.25209
E-Mail: bauer@tum.de

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