No big celebration for the anniversary, but nevertheless we look back with pride and joy on five successful years with many eventful, inspiring and also with forward-looking events.
The former Cistercian monastery of Raitenhaslach, which had long been dormant, has not only welcomed numerous TUM students, professors and co-workers in recent years. Also many national and international guests and partners, from politics and the economy. Not to forget visitors of the diverse cultural program of the City of Burghausen, as well as our bridal couples, who have said "I do" under the baroque fresco of Martin Heigl. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers, guests and partners and look forward to further cooperation in the years to come.
In 2016, the Science and Study Center in Raitenhaslach became "our university's commitment to the cultural heritage of its Bavarian homeland - cosmopolitan and "stabilitas loci" at the same time."
(Quote: President emeritus Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Wolfgang A. Herrmann)
For five years now, we live sustainable internationality and connect home with the world. In doing so, it is important to preserve cultural traditions and at the same time strive for cosmopolitanism, but also to support industrial and economic developments.
We may finally carry out this mission again from Monday 07 June 2021. Conferences, cultural events and weddings will be possible again in compliance with the current hygiene regulations, so we can hardly wait to welcome the first guests back in our house.
Starting with the second yoga retreat of the City of Burghausen
from June 18 - 20, 2021. (find information here).
Until hopefully soon at the Science and Study Center!