A university for everyone

From interfaculty lectures and the "Studium Generale," to visiting students in the study program for senior citizens and initiatives organized by the LMU Women's Representative — everyone both within and outside the University is welcome here.

Diversity Month 2021: Health Lectures & more

Under the slogan "WeCare@LMU," LMU Munich used Diversity Month from 18 May to 30 June 2021 to raise awareness on creating a healthy environment.

The #HealthLectures, a series of online talks on health issues, took pride of place among the events scheduled for Diversity Month, and were open to the public at large. These lectures dealt with a range of medical topics, including sychological and physical well-being, children’s health, early diagnosis of cancers, and thrombosis.

The video recordings of the LMU Corona Lectures given during the Winter Semester 2020/21 are also available on LMU’s YouTube channel.

Studium Generale

More information on the "Studium Generale" lecture series (in German)

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The Studium Generale offers a combination of lectures covering general interest and interfaculty topics. These are available to students and LMU members. For students, this is a unique opportunity to broaden your knowledge beyond your specific subject area, and get inspiration for your academic field by exploring neighboring ones.

Study program for senior citizens

View the course catalog for senior citizens (in German)

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LMU offers anyone that is academically curious a comprehensive educational portfolio to promote and encourage life-long learning. The Zentrum Seniorenstudium specializes in offering a varied program each semester covering a constantly changing line up of lectures from all faculties.

Find out more about Registering on a study program for senior citizens.

Women's Studies und Gender Studies

See the course program of the University's Women Representative (in German)

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The LMU Women's Representative initiate, develops and supports gender-specfic projects. The scope of this is extensive and includes: the foundation of the Graduiertenkolleg (research training group) named "Geschlechterdifferenz & Literatur" ("Gender Difference & Literature;") the coordination of multiple projects in recognition of "100 Jahre akademische Bildung von Frauen in Bayern" ("100 years of academic education for women in Bavaria;") the regular distribution of the "Frauenstudien — Gender Studies" course catalog as well as other publications, and the organization of colloquia and research projects.

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