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TUM School of Management

TUM School of Management is one of Germany’s leading business schools. Ever since its foundation, its unique value proposition has been to pursue research and teaching at the interface of management, engineering and the natural and life sciences.

The physical proximity of these various disciplines at TUM allows us to address technology-oriented research questions relating to management. This would be impossible if we did not form part of a larger technical university.

Based on our interdisciplinary approach to teaching, we educate future managers who are at equally at home talking to management experts or engineers and scientists. Thanks to the supportive environment at TUM – The Entrepreneurial University, a considerable number of our graduates create start-ups in technology-based industries.

Many of our former participants in executive education now work in leading positions. We have prepared companies to face future challenges and helped them introduce new types of leadership.

In the coming years, we aim to address the major transformational trends of digitalization, the UN Sustainable Development Goals and globalization. We will use our research skills to help solve the grand societal challenges. We will educate our students to meet the challenges posed by digital transformation and make them more sensitive to issues related to sustainable development. We will exploit the possibilities that digitalization offers for research, teaching and learning. And consistent with these ambitions, we will strive to become increasingly international in our outlook and activities.

Accreditation

TUM School of Management is a tripple-accredited (AACSB, AMBA & EQUIS) and growing management school attracting the top German students as well as international talents from around the world.

Study programs

Management and Technology (TUM-BWL) at the Heilbronn Campus of the Technical University of Munich

The Bachelor's program in Management and Technology (TUM-BWL) is an ambitious degree combining courses in management (70%) with courses in technology (30%), with a focus on digital technologies. It is an interdisciplinary program built around practice-oriented education in the fields of economics, management, engineering and innovation. The practical teamwork completed by students in the Project Studies course is considered just as important as their knowledge of the economic, technical and process-oriented aspects of management acquired in more traditional classes.

The focus on digital technologies is offered as part of the Bachelor's in Management & Technology exclusively at the Heilbronn Campus of the Technical University of Munich, located in the innovative and economically thriving Heilbronn-Franken region.

Studiengang Details

Master in Management & Innovation

The four-semester Master in Management & Innovation Double Degree Program is aimed at young professionals with first experience in the business world who would like to bridge the gap between technology and management. Graduates from this unique English-language program will be the innovation managers of the future, with a unique ability to understand the needs of companies within technology and innovation projects.

Studiengang Details

Master in Management at the Heilbronn Campus of the Technical University of Munich

The Master in Management is designed for individuals who already have a Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Natural Sciences and who are also interested in management. The program provides instruction in the fields of management, economics, business administration and law. In their third semester, students have the opportunity to specialize in an area of management of their choice.

Our teaching is based on the latest research findings and state-of-the-art industry practice. In addition to lectures, there are regular tutorials and seminars held in small groups. Students also have the opportunity to spend a semester abroad.

Studiengang Details

Management and Technology (TUM-BWL) at the Heilbronn Campus of the Technical University of Munich

The Bachelor's program in Management and Technology (TUM-BWL) is an ambitious degree combining courses in management (70%) with courses in technology (30%), with a focus on digital technologies. It is an interdisciplinary program built around practice-oriented education in the fields of economics, management, engineering and innovation. The practical teamwork completed by students in the Project Studies course is considered just as important as their knowledge of the economic, technical and process-oriented aspects of management acquired in more traditional classes.

The focus on digital technologies is offered as part of the Bachelor's in Management & Technology exclusively at the Heilbronn Campus of the Technical University of Munich, located in the innovative and economically thriving Heilbronn-Franken region.

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Requirements / Application

Financial Aid

More information on www.tum.de/en/studies/fees-and-financial-aid

Recruiters Guide

Our Alumni network connects graduates, students and representatives from the corporate world. Studying at TUM School of Management is a rewarding and enriching experience. The connections you make during your studies can develop into lifelong friendships and advance your career.

TUM Management Alumni e.V. brings our alumni, students and Corporate Partners together. In addition to expanding the network, we also promote education, training, science and research.

We are convinced that personal contacts are just as important in business as professional performance. We therefore organize numerous events and seminars to create a platform for our members to meet, network, get to know each other and work together.

Our Alumni network is open to the following groups of people:
  • To all graduates of TUM School of Management
  • Members of the faculty and scientific staff
  • Current students, including master's and doctoral students
  • Corporate Partners.
More information on www.network.wi.tum.de/

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