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.
In the latest edition of the respected QS World University Ranking, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is ranked number one among German universities for the eighth time in succession. It is also number three in the European Union and is ranked among the top 50 universities in the world.
The British university service provider QS Quacquarelli Symonds compiles its university quality rankings through surveys of academics and employers. It also assesses the number of citations of published research, the faculty-student ratio and the percentages of international students and staff.
TUM moved up to 49th place worldwide and is thus yet again the top-ranked German university – followed by LMU on rank 59. Within the EU TUM is the third best university, behind Université PSL and Institut Polytechnique, both from Paris.
19th overall in engineering
In the most recent issue of the QS World University Rankings by Subject, in which QS ranks universities by subject areas and individual disciplines, TUM placed 19th in engineering and 28th in natural sciences. In five individual disciplines it scored top-25 rankings, including 16th in physics/astronomy and 18th in electrical engineering.
TUM also regularly achieves excellent results in other international rankings. For example, it holds the 38th position in the THE World University Ranking and is number 12 worldwide in the Global University Employability Ranking, in which companies rate the quality of graduates.
The prices of food continue to rise. But what can be done about it? The German science show Galileo talked to Professor Johannes Sauer, chair of Production and Resource Economics at the TUM School of Management, about possible solutions (Min. 4:45).
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.
Straubing & Weihenstephan