The TUM School of Management is located in the central part of Munich, Germany, and first opened in 2002. The acronym stands for Technical University of Munich, which helps explain one of the key differences in the school’s approach to business education. Technology and how it can be adapted to the perspective of international business, coupled with the focus on entrepreneurship, help expand the knowledge base of the talented students that make their ways through TUM’s doors.
While executive education is at the forefront of what the school offers, an undergraduate degree in Management and technology can be followed up with a master’s in the same area. There’s also the opportunity to earn a master’s in the areas of Management or Consumer Affairs, with doctoral and young professionals programs rounding things out.
The growing alumni base helps make for greater networking opportunities as some of the school’s graduates seek to tap into the talented students that complete their studies each year. The research that’s conducted always has an ethical base at its core, with progress and innovation mixed together with sustainability. The diverse student body expands the potential horizons when it comes to embracing new concepts and developing new ideas.