TUM School of Management offers a wide range of cooperation opportunities.
TUM School of Management conducts research and teaching at the interface of management and technology. This unique interdisciplinary approach attracts outstanding students and academics from all over the world. Accordingly, corporate partners benefit from cutting-edge research and high-quality standards in teaching recognized by the most renowned University rankings.
Around 6,000 students from more than 40 countries worldwide take advantage of this unique environment. We see our role as educating the leaders and decision-makers of tomorrow, supporting them to develop an entrepreneurial mindset. Many of our graduates start their own businesses building on their lasting connections to the School and its corporate partners.
As a leading business school in Europe, we forge strong links to corporate representatives, offering diverse cooperation opportunities. Whether you are a start-up, a medium-sized company, or a large enterprise, we have many possibilities to meet your individual needs. Partners from business and industry benefit from our core competencies in research and teaching or take part in the career development of our students.
Our students benefit from our collaboration with C-level practitioners with whom we have regular exchanges. We believe in the close link between academia and industry to prepare students for their future role in the economy.
Image: Student visit to BWM Welt and pitch to CEO Prof. Oliver Zipse
„The purpose of a broad-based education is to foster the potential, creativity, and pioneering spirit of young people. These qualities are relevant for all areas – in particular for the business world: they are the foundation for innovative, sustainable business models which benefit both our economy and our society. That’s why it is so important to me personally, but also to BMW, to support and enrich the education of the younger generation.”
Through lectures from practice, our students not only gain deep insights into the challenges of an industry first-hand, but also have the opportunity to work on real-world problems and develop solution strategies. They pitch their results to Carsten Spohr, the CEO of Lufthansa AG, and thus receive immediate C-level feedback.
Image: Lecture by Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr
“With research projects at universities, we aim to further improve aviation, making it even safer, more efficient, and more sustainable. Lectures allow me to both share insights about the aviation industry and get young people excited about it. In the CEO pitches, I am particularly impressed by the presentation and communications skills of the students of the TUM School of Management.”
We work with numerous corporate partners from the business world to support our students on their career path and offer prospects for their career entry.
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