TUM School of Management welcomes prospective students at TUM’s “Pupil’s Day”
On February 8, 2018, pupils will get the chance to get to know the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and gain insights into research topics and study programs offered by the TUM. TUM’s “Pupil’s Day” is organized once a year and invites prospective students to discover laboratories and the different study locations. Furthermore, pupils can listen to various lectures and introductory presentations on the university and its study programs and get to know professors and staff from the university, who will answer questions regarding study options at the TUM.
At TUM School of Management there will be a student advice and information service, as well as various lectures and discussions. Prof. Dr. Hanna Hottenrott will present the topic “Competition and Innovation: How much Apple and Google is needed for the technological progress?” and Raphael Müller-Hotop will give a lecture on “Motivation with Head, Stomach and Hand”. Moreover, pupils can attend the lecture “Pupil’s hobby or million dollar business: Innovations of Open Source Softwares” of Prof. Dr. Joachim Henkel and the lecture “Me vs. we: Human Behavior between Egoism and Common Interest” of Prof. Dr. Michael Kurschilgen. Between the lectures there is time for discussions and conversations with faculty staff and Prof. Dr. Jürgen Ernstberger will present TUM School of Management’s Bachelor in Management & Technology.
More information on the agenda of the “Pupil’s Day” can be found here (German).
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