Bridging traditional divides at the TUM School of Management

TUM School of Management, firmly rooted within TUM's technological and entrepreneurial ecosystem, places a unique focus on the interface between management, engineering, and the natural and life sciences. The School's goal is to bridge the traditional divide between the fields of management and technology.

 

The School sees its role as educating the leaders and decision-makers of tomorrow. Like TUM, it is committed to excellence. Since its foundation two decades ago, it has been consistently ranked as one of the top business schools in Germany and beyond.

TUM School of Management is in the top one percent of business schools worldwide to hold Triple Crown accreditation by the Association of MBAs (AMBA), the European Foundation for Management Development (EQUIS), and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Triple Crown accreditation is internationally recognized as a seal of quality for business schools.

Our campuses

TUM School of Management operates in five distinct location. Besides its original Munich and Weihenstephan campuses, the school offers research and teaching in Heilbronn, Straubing and Garching. 

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28 Jun '24
Our winners of the Social Impact Award 2024

The winners of the Social Impact Award 2024 were announced at this year's TUM Entrepreneurship Day.

Students, graduates, and alumni of the TUM School of Management were eligible to participate in the Social Impact Award and win up to €2,000 for their innovative approach to solving a social problem.

🏆 The first place goes to Samuel Keitel, Tim Findeiss, and Staël Wilfried Tchinda Kuete for Senior Connect, which matches senior professionals with companies, ensuring mutual benefit: companies gain from the vast experience and wisdom of seniors while seniors engage in meaningful employment, enhancing their quality of life and financial independence.

🥈 2nd place winner: Lisa Christin Zimmermann and Philipp Middendorf with Student consultancy La Paz, Bolivia
As part of their project study at the TUM Chair for Strategy and Organization under the supervision of Professor Isabell Welpe, they have now set the goal of establishing the concept of student consultancy in Bolivia, thereby creating social and economic value. This project presents an ideal opportunity to contribute to promoting education in developing countries, assuming responsibility, and gaining entrepreneurial experience.

🥉 3rd place winner: Sebastian Moosheimer with workride.
Workride is a digital platform that links corporations and their commuting employees with shuttle operators and drivers. Utilizing route algorithms developed in close collaboration with two TUM institutes, the platform pools in commuters from various companies. They use employee data and AI-based route generation to identify the most popular routes to predict shuttle service demand.

The award is sponsored by our wonderful TUM Management Alumni e.V.
The judges of the Social Impact Awards 2024 were Professor Siddharth Vedula (Chair of Entrepreneurship and Communities), Professor Claudia Doblinger (Chair of Innovation and Technology Management), and Professor Frank-Martin Belz (Chair of Entrepreneurial Sustainability).

👏 We are proud to see that all three projects have successfully addressed a social issue and positively impacted society. 👏 Congratulations!

25 Jun '24
EU sanctions hit Russian LNG for the first time - our energy expert provides initial forecasts

EU sanctions hit Russian LNG for the first time - our Energy expert Prof. Dr. Svetlana Ikonnikova provides initial forecasts in an interview.


Last Thursday (June 20, 2024), the EU agreed on a new package of sanctions against Russia. For the first time, it targets liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplies and Putin's ghost fleets. 


”What is needed now is greater coordination between the EU and its partners in the Middle East and Asia to ensure that Russia does not find another loophole for the new EU sanctions,” says Ikonnikova.

Read the full interview here: www.fr.de