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Master in Management presented at Master and More fairs
TUM School of Management will be present at 3 different dates of the Masters and More fair to present its Master in Management program at TUM Campus Heilbronn.
At the event, visitors will be able to receive special counseling about the course and be informed about TUM School of Management. The fair is a must-see for students who have just finished their bachelor degrees and would like to extend their education by taking a master’s course.
The Master in Management is aimed exclusively at engineers and natural scientists. Whether or not they have already gathered professional experience, the students will receive a wide range of skills in management, law, economics and business.
The city of Heilbronn lies in the heart of Heilbronn-Franken, the region of world market leaders. A great number of innovative firms, many of them family-led small and medium-sized enterprises, have achieved top positions in world markets from their locations right here. Which makes it the perfect match for the particular TUM model, with its combination of entrepreneurial spirit and innovative capacity. In Heilbronn you can learn how these companies operate and how they are managed straight from the source. From winter semester 2018/19 TUM School of Management will offer its programs Master in Management and Master in Management & Innovation at the new TUM Campus Heilbronn.
TUM School of Management will be presenting the Master in Management at TUM Campus Heilbronn at the following dates and fairs:
April 20, 2018 – Master and More Fair Düsseldorf
April 24, 2018 – Master and More Fair Leipzig
May 4, 2018 – Master and More Fair Nürnberg
More information on the Master in Management at TUM Campus Heilbronn can be found here.
To apply as a visitor to the fair and receive a discount to the entry fee head to the application form.
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