We would like to inform you that applicants with a Bachelor’s degree from China, Bangladesh, India, Egypt and Pakistan have to submit a GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) with at least 640 points with their application. Please find more information on the required GMAT Score for Master´s programs here. It is our primary goal to support students in the best possible way during their application process. If you have any questions or doubts regarding your application, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to assist you.
For applicants from other countries, the GMAT remains optional. However, depending on the GMAT score, additional points will be awarded at the first stage of the assessment procedure. The changes will apply for applications for the winter semester 2022/23 and onwards. Please find further information in the info sheet “How does the assessment procedure work?”
Furthermore, ranking certificates are not considered anymore. We use the overall grade for evaluating applications.
In addition all applicants must fulfill all of the following requirements:
Applicants must also be able to prove that they are proficient in the English language at the time of application. In addition to accepted English language proficiency certificates across TUM study programs, applicants can prove their English language knowledge with a previous university degree that was taught and assessed in English entirely or at least 12 ECTS thereof. The 12 ECTS can include courses and/or your final thesis. Please use this form only in case the 12 ECTS rule applies to you. A GMAT score of 600 points or higher will be accepted as proof of English language proficiency.
Please note that to be eligible to apply for the Master in Management and Technology program an application must meet all of the above mentioned criteria. No conditional admission will be given, in case an applicant does not meet the entrance requirements at the time of application!
It is not necessary to prove any knowledge of German language at the time of application. However, as a foreign Student, you are required to provide proof of basic German language proficiency (comparable to A1 level) by the end of the second semester.
The application process is 100% online. Hardcopies have to be sent to TUM only once you’re enrolling.
If you did not obtain your first degree (usually a Bachelor’s degree) in a country within the European Union (as well as Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Liechtenstein) you have to apply via uni-assist in addition to TUMonline. Uni-assist will make a preliminary evaluation on whether you meet the entry requirements for the Master program at TUM. Please note that the uni-assist application needs to be completed before the end of the application period, however, the document that uni-assist will provide you with (VPD), can be handed in later, even after the application period has ended.
All applicants, who wish to apply for a degree program at a German university with a Chinese, Vietnamese or Indian school or university degree need a certificate from the Academic Evaluation Center (Akademische Prüfstelle, APS).
We follow a two-stage assessment procedure to be able to select the best possible candidates for the Master in Management and Technology.
In the first stage of the assessment procedure, candidates are evaluated based on their previous academic background. If an applicant’s eligibility is still questionable after stage 1, the applicant will move on to stage 2, where the academic background as well as the essay will be evaluated.
We expect our applicants to have a high standard of scientific writing, therefore applicants who fail to meet this standard will unfortunately be excluded from the assessment process in case plagiarism is detected in the essay.
Start your career now and become a student for the Bachelor in Management & Technology program at TUM School of Management.
Step 1: Prepare the documents for the application
Step 2: Application via TUMonline
Step 3: TUM evaluates your documents
Step 4: Aptitude assessment process
Step 5. Accept your admission to study and enroll