At the beginning of the doctoral program
Complete the online form ”REGISTRATION” carefully. Please fill out the form only when:
- you have the confirmation of a supervisor of the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy and
- you shortly intend to fix an appointment at the PhD office.
In order to apply, please create an account. Choose your language clicking on German or English at the right bottom of the start page. Fill out the form carefully, as well as the personal data disclose.
By clicking on «Submit» the file will be saved and sent. Before you leave the webpage, please print out the form (Button „Bewerbungsdaten als PDF“), sign and bring it with all the necessary documents to the appointment, which you previously fixed by phone with Office for Doctoral Programs. After having been successfully registered your online form will be deleted.
(In case of default and problems, please contact Service-EMAIL)
Please download and open the PDFs with an external software program (not within the webbrowser). Then, fill in the various electronic forms online before printing, AND make an appointment with the Office for Doctoral Programs.
Handwritten forms will not be accepted!
- Registration for the PhD program.pdf
- External PhD candidate in Chemistry or Pharmacy.pdf
- External PhD candidate in Biochemistry.pdf
NEW REGISTRATIONS: SUMMER TERM 2020 AND WINTER TERM 2020/2021
Please send by post / internal post (Building C Basement mailbox: Promotionsbüro) all the required documents in original (s. Step II of the Regulations for PhD students at the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy.pdf at our web page: https://www.cup.uni-muenchen.de/en/promotion-habilitation/promotion/)
-except your university degree certificate with transcript and authorized translation. These documents should be submitted as certified copies & simple copies if you studied abroad. Alternative your originals can be sent back only to the internal mailbox of your group if you add an addressed envelope.
-Or if you studied in Germany but not at the LMU, a confirmation email about the authenticity of your degree sent directly to the PhD office from your university registrar.