I spent 6 months in Munchen and had a really great time even during the pandemic. I studied at Hoschule Munchen. Its kinda hard to say how the school operates or how is the student life there since there was the pandemic. Nevertheless the school reacted fast and well to the pandemic and the start of the summer semester only got postponed by 4 weeks approx. The lockdown in April-May lasted about 4-5 weeks.
Initially I was going to take courses that were somehow related to my major, but since they did not have much in English but in German I gave up and took any course that sounded interesting. I ended up taking 10 courses for 27 ECTS points, it was a lot of work but I managed. All of the courses were held by Zoom. The teachers spoke good English but sometimes they would throw some German in there to spice things up.
I took some A1 German language classes and learned somewhat okayish German, I intend to continue studying it in TAMK.
Munchen was really fun and amazing city. It has a lot to offer students for ex. Biergartens, clubs, festivals and much more. Sadly because of the pandemic I did not get to experience the city to the fullest.
The architecture in Munchen is also really cool. Just by strolling around the city square or shopping disctrict you can see really old buildings, churches etc.
Even though a lot of students left back to their home countries because of the pandemic I still managed to meet a lot of other exchange students (which was really great). Also the borders around Europe were closed for a few months but immediately they opened we were able to travel. Its crazy how Germany is so center Europe you can just drive 2 hrs to Austria, Switzerland or Liechtenstein. Of course we took advantage of that and traveleng as much as possible inside the country and outside.
I would still stay that Munchens biergartens are the best palce to be. Cheap beer, great atmosphere and mediocre German food (tbh everyone is there for the beer not the food).