The ISM Campus in Munich was founded in 2009 and is located in Karlshoefen, just a few minutes away from Königsplatz and the main train station. Around 710 students are currently enrolled here, and they have fallen for the charm of this Bavarian metropolis.

Munich is one of Germany’s largest university cities and an economic powerhouse. Besides its characteristic classical architecture, the city also boasts the world’s biggest beer garden tradition and is home to the famous German Oktoberfest. Students here have so many cultural and social activities to choose from. With well-known companies such as ProSiebenSat1, the C.H. Beck Publishing House, BMW and Sony nearby, students can be sure that their study in Munich will be geared to the needs of the real business world.

 

ISM Campus Munich

In Munich Anja and Tobias guide you through the Campus and say goodbye in a bavarian way.

 

City of Munich

Hosting more than 87,000 students, Munich is not just one of Germany’s largest university locations but also one of the country’s most dynamic business centers. Students particularly value the diversity of the Bavarian state capital with its unique blend of cosmopolitan young people, old traditions, urban flair and rural charm. With its traditional beer gardens, the worldfamous Oktoberfest and impressive classical architecture throughout the city, there is so much to do for students looking to unwind and relax.

Whether you prefer to visit the theater or the cabaret, party in the coolest clubs, watch the famous Bayern Munich soccer team, or enjoy the afternoon in the English Garden, as a student at the Munich Campus, you have chosen to live and study in a tourism region. Travel just a short distance out of town and you are soon surrounded by breath-taking mountains and lakes. It is less than two hours’ drive to the Bavarian Alps, a popular winter rendezvous for skiers and snowboarders. Sailing enthusiasts and windsurfers, meanwhile, mostly head for Lake Ammer and Lake Starnberg, both in the direct vicinity of Munich. And if you prefer to go further afield at the weekend, Austria and Italy are not far away.

But Munich is not just one of Germany’s most popular cities - it is one of the most expensive, too. So like in Hamburg, rental prices are higher than those near the Dortmund and Frankfurt am Main campuses. And student residence halls are also quite rare in Munich. On the other hand, apartments and communal accommodation, particularly in the city’s fashionable Schwabing and Neuhausen neighborhoods, are highly sought after.