Financial Times: QTEM Offers a Degree of Difference

A recent analysis by the Financial Times shows: QTEM graduates receive a higher salary than the average ranked MiM-graduate.

Since its creation in 2012, the Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management (QTEM) network, which today includes 24 business schools and more than a dozen corporate partners, has offered talented students training split between its different locations alongside a focus on developing analytical and quantitative techniques. TUM School of Management has been a member of the QTEM network since 2017. Students of the Master’s in Management & Technology are able to participate and receive an international experience in both studying at a foreign university as well as practical experience through an internship with an international QTEM partner.

A recent analysis by the Financial Times based on their Master in Management Ranking now also shows that graduates from a QTEM-Master’s in Management have a considerable benefit over other ranked MiM courses. The analysis shows, for example, that they earn significantly more than the average MiM graduate three years after completing their studies. Their salary increase in percent is also higher than that of the average MiM graduate.


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Find the complete analysis here.

Would you like to know more about the program? Visit: Questions? Reach out to the International Office of TUM School of Management: or join their upcoming information session via ZOOM (passcode: 585227) on November 17th at 4:00 PM. Applications for all Joint International Programs are open until December, 7th!

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