Agile Project Management SS 2021

Info Meeting

Download the info slides from the info meeting held on January 27th by clicking on the button below:

This course offers the possibility to gain profound experience in agile project management. Participants supervise a real project by coaching an international team of students in the iPraktikum and/or take on additional management task like leading the modeling, release management or code quality teams. All coaches meet weekly to discuss the current status, problems and future tasks with the course instructors.

Agile Project Management at a Glance

  • Credits: 4/5 ETCS (Seminar) or 10 ECTS (Practical Course)
  • Course type: Bachelor/Master Practical Course
  • Note: in order to count as a 10 ECTS course, participating students additionally lead a cross-project team (e.g. Modeling, Release Management, Merge Management)
  • Possible module numbers: IN0014, IN2107, IN0012, IN2106, IN2175, IN4554
  • Participants: Limited to 10-15 students


  • Coaching and motivation of an agile project team
  • Hands-on experience in project management
  • Real world application of agile methods (Scrum)
  • Handling of challenges in projects and with team members


Applications for the upcoming semester are now closed.


Attention - schedule updates!

Due to ongoing development with respect to the pandemic situtation, the exact dates of the course, as well as the on-site meetings are subject to change. We will inform all participants ahead of time if any dates, times or locations for meetings, presentations or lectures change.
Event/Meeting Date Time Place Purpose

Info Meeting

Wednesday, January 27th, 2021



You get an overview about the course, its prerequisites and learning outcomes. We also inform you about the application process.

Info meeting slides
Coach Kickoff

Apr 13



Apr 15


Weekly Coach Meeting



Design Review

Jun 10

4:30pm - 9:00pm

Online/Livestream/Zoom Your team presents the current status of your system to the whole course and the customers.

Client Acceptance Test (CAT)

Jul 15

4:30pm - 9:00pm

Online/Livestream/Zoom Show off your finished applications to the whole course and the customers.


Participating students have already taken part in a project at the chair of Prof. Bruegge (either as developer or as coach.)

Participating students are familiar with the concepts of agile software engineering (e.g. Scrum)

Participating students have several years of experience in at least one object-oriented programming language, e.g. Java, C++, C#, Objective-C or Swift

Participating students have excellent communication skills in English

Knowledge in the development of mobile applications (in particular iOS), in the field of Usability Engineering or in project management is beneficial

Professorship for
Digital Health

Prof. Dr. Stephan Jonas

Technische Universität München
Boltzmannstraße 3
85748 Garching

Professorship Website