MGC Programs

The TUM Medical Graduate Center (MGC) is a part of the TUM Graduate School (TUM-GS) and responsible for doctoral education at the TUM School of Medicine. The MGC offers four different doctoral programs for medical students and/or natural scientists:

Check out the official MGC website for more information.






MGC Events

  • Projektbörse “Translationale Medizin”
  • DocTUMed (Promotionsinfoveranstaltung)
  • DocTUMed (Workshops)
  • MGC Science Day

ℹ️ Projektbörse Translationale Medizin

Save the date: February, 2022
Suitable are chosen by the MGC Executive Committee and presented to interested students on the Project Exchange Day. On this day, all students can speak with potential supervisors and then apply for some projects.
Check out the official MGC website for more information.


ℹ️ DocTUMed-Promotionsinfoveranstaltung


ℹ️ DocTUMed-Workshops

ℹ️ MGC Science Day: 05th Nov 2021

At the MGC Science Day, you will have the unique opportunity to present your projects (in all stages of your thesis!) as oral presentations or posters in a conference-like, still familiar atmosphere. This gives you the opportunity to exchange your knowledge and connect with doctoral candidates in your direct environment. You will also get the chance to listen to interesting keynote speakers and to do some networking, having finger food and drinks during the breaks or at a relaxed networking event in the evening. 

The MGC Science Day 2021 will take place in the TranslaTUM and via Zoom. Registration is open. 


First Aid and FAQs


➡️ TUM GS and MGC (Quick Links) 

MGC Rules and Regulations 


MGC Qualification Program

Writing the Thesis

Cover Page

Thesis Evaluation

Submitting the Dissertation and Steps after Defense


Check out the official MGC website (documents) for more information.

➡️ DocTUMed — ‘how-to guides


TUM GC Supervisory Award 2020 (MGC Version)

MGC Doctoral Representatives 2020/2021

TUM Medical Graduate Center

Romina Rösch (TUM MGC Managing Board and Translational Medcine,
Mona Wang (TUM MGC Managing Board/Deputy and Experimental Medicine,
Kathrin Heise (,
Zhe Xie and Haosu Zhang (MLST Program,

Our role in the TUM Graduate Council