TUM's professors among the most influential economists in Germany
Three full professors at TUM School of Management appear on the list of most influential economists across Germany: Professor Dr. Axel Börsch-Supan, Professor Dr. Christoph Kaserer, and Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Horst Wildemann more.
TUM’s immediate action program for refugees from crisis regions
Technical University of Munich (TUM) is offering refugees who had already started or were about to start programs of study in their countries of origin the chance to attend courses at TUM as part of an immediate action program more.
Welcome to IMIM, edition no. 12!
On 11 September 2015, the 12th edition of the International Master in Industrial Management (IMIM) started with a kick-off event at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. [more]
16. Karrieretag Familienunternehmen
Until September, 28th TUM School of Management students / alumni have the opportunity to get a wild card for this event. The number of places is limited. Please click here.
This year's Munich Lecture in Business Ethics will be held by Prof. Nien-hê Hsieh of Harvard Business School on the topic of "The Purpose or Purposes of Business".
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Welcome, Professor Sebastian Schwenen!
Professor Sebastian Schwenen’s research interests are Industrial Organization and Energy Economics. His recent work studies market design in electricity markets and the impact different designs have on consumers and producers. [more]
The salaries of board members of DAX companies rose only slightly last year. At 1.5 percent, the increase lagged behind the growth of gross wages. Please click here.
Within the space of a year, TUM SoM has shot up from 11th to 5th place in the major ranking of university Business Administration departments published by Wirtschaftswoche. Please click here
Prof. Michael Suda & Caro Seitz took part in Füssen Marathon on 19th July 2015
It was certainly not a typical marathon weather, the few clowds brought rather sultriness than chilling and the sun was extremely burning. Caro Seitz (Marketing and Consumer Research) and Michael Suda (Forest and Environmental Policy) equipped with running shirts from the TUM School of Management, met the challenge and were looking for a cold wheat beer at the finishing.
TUM School of Management has signed a student exchange agreement with University of Bath, School of Management, an internationally well-renowned Business School. Please click here.
TUM SOM has signed a student exchange agreement with the College of Business Administration of Seoul National University (SNU CBA). Please click here.