TUM School of Management carries out teaching and research at the intersection of management, engineering, natural und life sciences. Although being one of the younger business schools in Germany, TUM School of Management has quickly reached the top of prestigious rankings for both research and teaching. The school has already obtained or is in the process of obtaining international accreditations. TUM School of Management is the first management school at a German technical university to receive the prestigious Triple Crown accreditation in recognition of its excellence in technology-oriented teaching and research.

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Information for QTEM candidates

Masters giving access to QTEM: Master in Management and Technology

Deadline for QTEM application: 1 December

Contact person and more info

Ute Helfers

E-mail: ute.helfers@wi.tum.de
Website: https://www.wi.tum.de/student-life/joint-international-programs/

Information for QTEM incoming students

Why do your exchange here?

  • Teaching and research at the intersection of management, engineering, natural und life sciences
  • Located in the heart of Munich, a thriving city in one of Germany’s most prosperous regions
  • Research focuses on future trends and real-world solutions that advance innovation-based businesses and benefit society at large
  • Highly motivated, international student body as well as lots of cooperation with renowned universities and management schools worldwide
  • Industry know-how in our programs through strong collaboration with our corporate partners

Program open to incoming students: 

QTEM students are allowed to take part also in all other courses offered by the TUM School of Management, if the IOCs from the home university and TUM School of Managements agree.

Special rules for course selection:

Beside the QTEM courses we offer different “Advanced Topics” and “Advanced Seminars”. Due to the highly interactive character of the advanced topics and advanced seminars offered at TUM School of Management only a limited number of participants can be admitted to those courses. The same applies to a few lecture courses. Students have to apply for those courses via a specific tool. Further information on the application and registration procedure will be given a few weeks prior to the semester start. The participation at those courses has to be discussed with the home QTEM coordinator.

Area of specializations:

  • Operations & Supply Chain Management
  • Energy Markets

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