The JIP application period for the academic year 23/24 has closed.
Application has closed
From this week on, in-person student consultation hours will be held (Campus Munich) on Tuesdays between 1:00 and 3:00 pm in 3550 (new Student Hub).
Combining the strengths of two universities in different countries is often the perfect preparation for an international career. The Joint International Programs offered at TUM School of Management are a prestigious possibility to gain international experience at various renowned partner universities.
Courses and exams are usually equally recognized by all universities within the Joint International Program. Throughout your participation in one of the programs you will receive a high level of support by the International Office (e.g. with your individual study plan, etc.)
Depending on the program, students receive a Master of Science degree from the Technical University of Munich plus the qualification from the corresponding partner institution. TUM School of Management currently offers three different Joint International Programs.
You can find the slides of the Information Session Joint International Programs from November 9, 2022 here.
The application deadline for the Joint International Programs is December 5, 2022.
The QTEM network is an international network bringing together outstanding students, Academic Partners and International Corporations. It was launched in September 2012 with financial support from the Bernheim Foundation. QTEM is developing skills in analytic and quantitative techniques to support decision-making in an international context. Find more info here.
STEP is offered jointly by the University of Texas at Austin (UT), Energy and Earth Resources Graduate Program (supporting studies in geosciences, engineering, management, finance, economics, and policy) and the TUM School of Management, Center for Energy Markets. Through this program students have the opportunity to spend a winter semester (mid-August – late December) in Austin, Texas. Exchange students may take courses on climatology, engineering, resources economics, and more, while working on their Master’s Thesis with UT researchers.
Who may apply: Students enrolled in the 2nd or 3rd semester of the Master’s program at TUM School of Management, who took at least 2 courses at the Center for Energy Markets and whose thesis is focused on sustainability and decarbonization.
The UT is a prestigious U.S. university, which will help with research experience, job opportunities, and networking in sustainability and energy-related fields.
This program is a dual degree program jointly organized by Grand École des Hautes Études Commerciales (HEC) Paris and TUM School of Management. It is available to students enrolled in the Master in Management & Technology at TUM School of Management. HEC Paris is one of the most prestigious and selective grandes écoles. Its campus is located in Jouy-en-Josas, France near to Paris.
Who may apply: Students in the 1st or 2nd semester of the Master’s in Management and Technology (MMT)
Students completing the double-degree program receive two nationally recognized degree qualifications of equal value in about three years, and in addition a certificate and financial support granted by the Deutsch-Französische Hochschule (DFH).
This program is jointly organized by the Denmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU) and TUM School of Management. It is available to students enrolled in the Master in Management & Technology program and in the Master in Management program at TUM School of Management. You will have the chance to stay one year at DTU completing courses and writing your Master’s Thesis.
Who may apply: Students of Master’s in Management & Technology (MMT) or Master’s in Management (MIM) in their 1st or 2nd semester with management specialization in Operations & Supply Chain Management or Innovation & Entrepreneurship
The DTU is known as a pioneer university bringing forward sustainability located near Copenhagen, the bike-friendly capital of Denmark.
TUM School of Management offers an exchange program within the area of entrepreneurship at the National University of Singapore (NUS) in collaboration with the NUS Overseas Colleges (NOC) . The so-called Entrepreneurship Exchange Program (EEP) consists of both an internship at a start-up company in Singapore and courses on entrepreneurship at NUS for a period of 5-6 months.
Who may apply: B.Sc. students at least in their 3rd semester and M.Sc. students in their 1st / 2nd semester with interest in Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Participants in this program gain the opportunity to be educated in entrepreneurship and apply their knowledge at a start-up company, to build up an international network of fellow students and company contacts, and to live and work in Singapore, a vibrant country with a dynamic, entrepreneurial spirit.