In accordance with the school’s mission, vision, and strategy TUM School of Management commits itself to the highest ethical standards of personal and collective behavior:
Being truthful and sincere in communication and action. At TUM School of Management this value of honesty should be reflected in your conduct and your compliance with TUM School of Management’s legislation and regulations.
Understanding our educational mission as a responsibility towards society. Scientific advancement strives for the improvement of human life and coexistence.
Believe that people are good and honest and mean you no harm. Trust that you can rely on the information given to you. Reflect this value in your own behavior by being honest and respectful. Give people a reason to trust you.
Making decisions impartially and objectively. Conduct is free from competing self-interest, prejudice, nepotism, and favoritism. Be open when meeting people in a fair and nonjudgmental way.
Respect everyone regardless of their ethnicity, gender, abilities, cultural background, religion or belief, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, lifestyle, age, interests, and experiences. At TUM School of Management we see diversity as an opportunity and an enrichment of our community.
Recognize that each individual is unique and has unique circumstances. Everyone deserves an equitable chance regardless of their background. Appreciate that we are all different in order to equal opportunity.
Maintaining environmental sources at a level that does not exhaust natural resources or produce unnecessary waste.
Applying a scientific approach, evaluating our own unconscious biases, challenging dogmas, and doubting that which has not been proven.
All members of TUM School of Management are individually accountable for their own actions and, as a community, we are collectively responsible for sustaining the school’s ethical standards and acting in compliance with all principles and commitments of the Code of Conduct.