This blog on the course Master in Management is written by Mr. Jash Mehta who is a student at TU Munich and is likely to be graduated in 2019. We would like to thank him for the time spend in writing this blog and sharing information to prospective students.
Master in Management course is offered by School of Management, Technical University of Munich. This course is specially designed for
students with background in engineering or natural sciences (B.E/B.TECH/BSc.). Master in Management program positions students
precisely at the interface of Technology and Management. Students will be able to connect the technical staff with management or make
decisions in a top leading position that requires an understanding of industrial processes. TUM offers this course in two campuses. One is
in Munich, Bavaria and second is in Heilbronn, Baden-Württemberg.
Optional fields for specialization (Munich):
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Marketing, Strategy & Leadership
Operations & Supply Chain Management
Finance & Accounting
Economics & Policy
Three electives are only available in Heilbronn:
Management of Family Businesses
Management of Digital Transformations
MIM – Structure
Core modules in management
Core module in law
Core module in economics
Advanced International Experience / study abroad
Electives in management: Deepen your knowledge in management and specialize
Optional project studies
The admission to this particular course is done via Uni-assist and TUMonline portal and the basic requirements are….
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Natural Science or equivalent, with or without professional experience. Successful completion of the assessment procedure.
Munich is an international city with lot of opportunities. MIM course is quite intensive and diverse. Munich is also one of the costliest city of whole world. Per month expanse is between 700 – 850 euro. There are lots of opportunity for internship /working student positions. German language is essential but not compulsory to find a part-time job.
After Admit Process
Once you get an acceptance letter, you can join the after admit group maintained by fs2ym to get information on blocked account process,
visa application, accommodation etc. Support is also provided to incoming students by the students tutor and he/she will help you in
finding accommodation. Even though students’ dorms are provided in munich by the studentenwerk but, they are always full and occupied and one needs to wait for at lest 1 year to get that. Students can go for a private accommodation options.
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