Bachelor in Management & Technology

Digital Technologies

We’re trying to make the application process as easy as possible for you. Should you have questions in regards to the application process or of any other sort, please feel free to use our FAQs or get in touch with us. Now let’s get started!



Our TUMonline portal is where the magic happens: both national and international applicants must register on TUMonline to start their application process. The application period for the winter semester runs from May 15 until July 15 each year. Find more information on how to apply online here.

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All international applicants with international university entrance qualifications (e.g. secondary level education qualifications) must also apply via uni-assist (you can have your documents reviewed by uni-assist at any time throughout the year). Further information for applicants applying with an IB Diploma can be found here. Find answers regarding uni-assist here.



All applications are reviewed by the admissions committee. We follow a two-step process to ensure that we select most qualified and suitable applicants for the programme. You will receive feedback to your application as soon as possible, but it should take no more than eight weeks from the time all of your documents have been received.

Applicants with a German Abitur:

When reviewing your application we will take both your final Abitur grade into account, as well as your three individual half-year grades (“Halbjahresnoten”) in German or English, Mathematics and in any Advanced Natural Science subject (Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Informatics or Technology).
Applicants who do not have any grades in one or more of those subjects will be invited for an interview directly.

Applicants with an international university entrance qualification:

When reviewing your application we will take your final grade and the grades you received in your last two years of secondary school in the subjects German or English, Mathematics and an Advanced Natural Science into account.
If we cannot assess your individual grades in the above-mentioned subjects, we will base our assessment on the final grade (GPA) of your university entrance qualification and your performance in the admission interview. Applicants who do not have any grades in one or more of those subjects will be invited for an interview directly.



Should you be denied a direct admission, you still get the chance to prove yourself in the admission interview.

Please note that interviews can only take place on these dates and are in-person interviews! You will receive an invitation, as well as additional information about the process, via e-mail.


Do you have further questions on our services or need additional information about our school? Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions. If you still can’t find what you are looking for, you can also send us your inquiry by means of our contact form. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

  • Tanya Göttinger
    Admission Manager, TUM Campus Heilbronn
  • Phone +49 (7131) 264 18703
  • Room Bildungscampus 2, 74076 Heilbronn
  • E-Mail
  • Office hours

    Open consultation on Mondays (2 - 4 pm) & Thursdays (9 -11 am)
    Consultation via phone on Mondays and Tuesdays (1pm-3pm) and Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays (9am-12pm)