Munich is a major center for advanced technologies, innovation, education and business in Germany and Europe. The city is home to many high-tech industries and scientific institutions, with a long list of Nobel Prize laureates to boot.

​Our partner university, Technical University of Munich, is known for its cutting-edge research in various engineering and science-related fields, and ranked the fifth most innovative university in Europe.

At NOC Munich, you will get the chance to intern at one of the deep technology start-ups, and be immersed in this extraordinary culture of curiosity and innovation. The 6-months long programme is open to postgraduate students from the Faculty of Engineering and the School of Computing.

 

We are currently preparing the detailed programme curriculum, which will be accessible via Curriculum Overview once it is available.

NOC Munich is a short programme, which will last for 6 months in total.

There is only 1 intake for the NOC Munich programme within each academic year. Applications open in August for Semester 1 - January Intake. Keep a look out for emails and other publicity material from NUS Overseas Colleges during these periods.

  • 6-month full-time internship in a technology company
  • Part-time course at the Technical University of Munich (TUM)
  • Opportunities to attend meet-ups and conferences organised by the Munich technology and business communities as well as activities within the University
  • Host companies conduct mid-term and final internship evaluations
  • Interns submit 2 internship reports and present mid-term and final internship reviews to NUS Overseas Colleges and their host companies

NOC Munich is credit bearing, and students will receive up to 20MCs for this programme.

NOC Components MCs
(Max)
24 to 25 weeks internship; Part of research internship/project  12 credits
TR4049 Seminars in entrepreneurship   4 credits
One module with TUM in Munich   4 credits
Total 20 credits


Participating students will enjoy a scholarship from NOC that will cover the round-trip airfare from Singapore to Munich, costs of visa application and a housing allowance to help defray part of the accommodation costs.