Joint International Programs

Joint International Programs

Combining the strengths of two or more universities in different countries is often the perfect preparation for an international career. The Joint International Programs offered at TUM School of Management are not separate degrees – they combine different courses from our portfolio with those of our various renowned partner universities.

Courses and exams are usually equally recognized by all universities within the Joint International Program. 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 five different Joint International Programs.

Please note:
Application deadline for HEC double-degree, QTEM Master’s, DTU 1:1 program and EEP NUS program ends on December 1st.

You can find the slides of the Information Session Joint International Programs at 5th of November 2018 here.

1. HEC double-degree
Grand École des Hautes Études Commerciales

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 of Science in Management at HEC Paris and to students enrolled in the Master in Management & Technology at TUM School of Management.
Students completing the double-degree program receive two nationally recognized degree qualifications of equal value in three years, and in addition a certificate and financial support granted by the Deutsch-Französische Hochschule (DFH) .

Learn more about our double-degree program with HEC Paris

  • here, if you are a student at TUM School of Management, or
  • here, if you are a student at HEC Paris or
  • here, if you want to see the info session.

Von der DFH geförderter deutsch-französischer Studiengang.

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2. Quantitative Techniques for economics and management (QTEM)

The Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management (QTEM) network is an international network bringing together outstanding students, Academic Partners and International Corporations. QTEM 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.

The QTEM Master’s Program is open to students of the Master in Management & Technology. The program offers it’s participants international experience in three different countries as well as corporate exposure through an internship and access to attractive jobs in multinational companies. The participants are awarded a Master’s degree at their home university along with the QTEM degree.

Learn more about the QTEM Master’s Program

  • here, if you are a student at TUM School of Management
  • here, for the info slides
  • here, for a video about QTEM
  • here, why join QTEM (in 40 seconds)
  • here, if you want to read testimonials from former students
  • here, for an interesting newspaper article about QTEM
  • here, for the analytics conference/ corporate partner video
  • here, for the graduation ceremony
  • here, for a video about GMAT tips and advice from students and alumni

3. DTU 1:1 Program
DEnmarks Tekniske Universitet

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 program in Engineering Management at DTU as well as students in the Master in Management & Technology program at TUM School of Management.

Learn more about our joint 1:1 program with the Technical University of Denmark

  • here, if you are a student at TUM School of Management, or
  • here, if you are a student at DTU.

4. Entrepreneurship Exchange Program (EEP)
NUS Overseas Colleges

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. 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.

Learn more about the EEP here. If you are applying for the EEP, you can download the CV template here.

 

5. International Master in
Industrial Management
(IMIM)

This multi-site Master program is designed to provide students who already have a background in natural sciences or engineering with essential skills in economics, leadership and management. The program aims to provide students with a highly relevant skillset to pursue successful careers in manufacturing or servicing industries. The International Master in Industrial Management program is jointly offered by five renowned universities and business schools:

  • Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
  • Politecnico di Milano, Italy
  • Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom
  • Beijing Jiaotong University, China
  • Technical University of Munich, Germany

All IMIM students start at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Within IMIM, the Technical University of Munich offers a specialization in entrepreneurship and technology management. Students can opt for a stay at TUM School of Management during their third and fourth semester of the program.

Learn more about IMIM here.

Contact

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  • Ute Helfers
    Team Lead International Office - Program Manager - Student Exchange Programs
  • Phone +49 (89) 289 25083
  • Fax 49 (89) 289 25070
  • Room 1546
  • E-Mail outgoing@wi.tum.de
  • Office hours

    Tue 9am-12noon (appointment desired via outgoing@wi.tum.de)

  • Sanne Verheij
    International Office, Program Assistant – Student Exchange Programs
  • Phone +49 (89) 28925079
  • Fax 49 (89) 289 25070
  • Room 1546
  • E-Mail outgoing@wi.tum.de
  • Office hours

    No office hours at December 18 and 25, 2018 and January 1, 2019.
    Tue 9am-12noon