Who can I contact for general questions regarding my course of studies?
General questions regarding your couse of studies are best sent to the Office of Student Affairs. They can be found here.
If you think that your problem is shared by other students of your year as well, you can talk to the student representatives of your year who can report your problems collectively.
Who can help me with social/mental issues?
If you feel threatened, discriminated against or you’re a victim of sexual assault, you can talk to several contact persons.
- There is a “Kummerkasten” of the chemistry faculty in the corridor opposite the student council office.
- You can also contact the Women’s Representative Dr Oksana Storcheva by e-mail at email@example.com . Even if you are not a woman or if your problem is of a different nature, you can be helped here.
- The Munich Student Union has many offers for students in difficult situations, the Advisory Network.
Where can I find Informations for a semester abroad?
The foreign representatives of the Faculty of Chemistry are Daniela Fengler and Prof. Dr. Fritz Kühn. You can contact them directly or keep an eye out for their events, e.g. at our events section.
The TUM Global and Alumni Offcie regularly organizes the International Day and provides a lot of information about ways to go abroad, even outside of events.
Who is the first aid responder and where can I find first aid kits?
The first aid responder is Daniela Fengler. You can find her in the room CH 26502 next to the student council office. There should be first aid kits in almost every room. Every laboratory has to be equipped with at least one first aid kit as well.