Master in Management & Innovation

Shape the Future

Bridge the gap between

management & innovative technologies

Educating the Innovation Managers of the future is the goal of the four-semester Master in Management & Innovation. The program is aimed at young professionals who have their initial professional experience and would like to bridge the gap between management and technology. As a graduate of this unique English-language program, you will develop the ability to foster innovation within organizations.

The Master in Management & Innovation

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CHOOSE FROM TWO PROGRAM TRACKS

Since winter semester 2018/19 you can choose one of two tracks of the Master in Management & Innovation.

TUM Campus Heilbronn

TUM Campus Heilbronn

TUM TRACK

  • Kick off with courses in general management at TUM Campus Heilbronn.
  • Take additional courses in language or personal & career development.
  • Apply your knowledge to a real-life project at a family-run business in the Heilbronn-Franken region.
  • Gain international experience during an exclusive study trip module in China.
  • Complete an internship.
HEC Paris

HEC Paris

DOUBLE DEGREE TRACK

  • Gain a double degree from two of Europe’s most renowned universities: TUM and HEC Paris.
  • The Master in Management program at HEC Paris was ranked second in the world by the Financial Times in 2017.
  • Spend your first two semesters at HEC Paris taking courses in general management such as Financial Accounting, Marketing or Operations & Supply Chain Management.
  • The courses are complemented by language classes, networking events and other extracurricular activities.

Whichever track you follow, you spend your third semester in Munich taking course modules such as Innovation Prototyping, Technological Trends and Growth Strategies & Business Models. You’ll further develop your personal and leadership skills and work on a real-life project in a startup or other enterprise in the Munich area. The fourth semester is dedicated to writing your Master’s thesis. Benefit from a number of additional offers to enrich your profile and increase your attractiveness to your future employer

Visit us at these fairs:

Global Study Abroad Fair

  • Europe, Middle East & Africa
    October 26, 2021
    16:00 – 20:00 CET
  • North and South America
    November 2, 2021
    2:00 pm – 6:00 pm EST
  • Asia and Oceania
    November 9, 2021
    11:00 – 15:00 GMT

Online Master Day Business & Economics

  • November 6, 2021 – Stuttgart

Details

1st Class

Innovation Manager of the Future

50%

General Management

50%

Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Technology

1+1
TUM Track & Double Degree Option

JOIN OUR UNIQUE MASTER’s PROGRAM AND ENJOY MANY BENEFITS

  • Study in a small group with individual feedback
  • Dive deep into technology and innovation management
  • Discover the latest technological trends and their impact on modern management
  • Learn about general management, innovation and entrepreneurship
  • Apply your knowledge in real projects in different kinds of organizations
  • Gain international experience and be part of a diverse group of young professionals
  • Benefit from a number of additional offers to enrich your profile and increase your attractiveness for your future employer

At a Glance

TUM TrackDouble Degree Track
Semester 1 & 2Semester 1
General Management

Semester 2
  • Project Work in a Family Business
  • International Study Trip to China
  • Internship
Semester 1 & 2
General Management
Semester 3 & 4Semester 3
Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Technology
Personal & Leadership Development
Project Work in Munich
 
Semester 4
Master´s Thesis
Program StartOctoberSeptember
Application DeadlineAugust 15, 2021 (Please see application rounds)June 14, 2021 (Please see application rounds)
Credits30 ECTS credits per semester
Length of program4 semesters
Language100 % English
Admission Requirements
  • A bachelor´s degree or higher in any field
  • 12 months full-time work experience
  • A successful admission interview
  • Proof of proficiency in English (TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge)
Additional:
  • Proof of proficiency in English
    (TOEFL, IELTS or Cambridge)
  • GMAT or GRE
  • 2 Recommendation Letters
Final QualificationMaster of Science (M.Sc.) by TUMMaster of Science (M.Sc.) by TUM &
Master in Management Grande Ecole Degree by HEC Paris
Study LocationsSemester 1 & 2: Heilbronn and China
Semester 3: Munich
Semester 4: Munich or Heilbronn
Semester 1 & 2: Paris
Semester 3: Munich
Semester 4: Munich
Fees28,000 Euros (twenty-eight thousand)38,875 Euros (thirty-eight thousand, eight hundred seventy-five)

What will I learn?

You will learn how to

  • combine knowledge from different disciplines – business administration, innovation, entrepreneurship – and apply it in key business activities.
  • recognize the potential of innovations and technological trends within organizations and implement them in new business processes.
  • act with an entrepreneurial mindset to define strategies and achieve financial targets.
  • analyze strategic decisions and apply the tools of modern strategic management for successful decision-making.
  • present and communicate professionally.

Find here the learning goals at a glance (PDF).

Learning Goals

Upon completion of this program our graduates will

  • be experts in linking engineering, natural science or social science and management.
  • have general business knowledge.
  • be problem-solvers for complex business issues.
  • be responsible leaders.
  • be leaders in a global world.

The Master in Management & Innovation teaches you the skills you need to be an innovation manager. It gives you the know-how to apply those skills in business administration in various technological settings. You will discover how to build smart solutions at the interface of management and technology, and work as part of an international and interdisciplinary team.

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Structure

In the first two semesters you will get an overview of important general management topics. In the third semester, you will dive deep into innovation, entrepreneurship and technology.

TUM Track
  • Semester 1: Heilbronn
  • Semester 2: Heilbronn and China
  • Semester 3: Munich
  • Semester 4: Munich or Heilbronn
TUM Track

Strategic Management & Economics

  • Learn how to apply the basic concepts, tools and methods of strategic management
  • Analyze different business strategies and strategic options and apply them to situations in real business life
  • Predict opportunities and risks depending on a specific economic context

Operations & Supply Chain Management

  • Understand the basics of operations and supply chain management and to apply them to different contexts and organizational structures
  • Outline strategic and organizational risks in value-chains as well as different situations of operations management
  • Work on topics like Performance Analysis and Benchmarking, Forecasting, Workforce Planning and Scheduling
  • Dive deep into Logistics & Inventory Management

Financial Accounting

  • Learn more about the construction of individual and consolidated financial statements according to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
  • Evaluate the future changes technological innovations will bring to accounting
  • Describe which enterprises have to prepare consolidated financial statements and which subsidiaries have to be included

Financial Management

  • Understand the principles of financial markets and of evaluating different forms of investment
  • Compare different forms of investments and analyze investment projects to determine the optimal capital structure for projects and businesses
  • Analyze cost of capital, corporate valuation, capital budgeting and capital structure
  • Apply basic methods of risk management and value-based management

International Management & Intercultural Collaboration I

  • Identify and analyze challenges and problems in multinational enterprises
  • Communicate business and scientific topics in intercultural and international environments
  • Learn how to operate with diverse cultural perspectives, especially in China

Project Work

  • Acquire hands-on experiences by working in student groups with family-owned companies (hidden champions) on a particular assignment
  • Independently define the structure of the project and employ your methods and theories to develop results of practical value for the companies

International Management & Intercultural Collaboration II

  • Learn more about the social and economic dimensions of Chinese management
  • Monitor chances and risks of international management in China

Doing Business Abroad

  • Enrich and complement your profile with deep insights and practical implementations on how doing business in an international context
  • Handle and develop a task for an international company in a systematic and scientific way
  • Learn how to cope in an international working environment with new and complex topics and to develop solutions

Innovation Prototyping

  • Understand the topic of prototyping in a technological context and their implications for products and markets
  • Learn how innovations can be developed within an organization and how to create prototypes for innovative ideas
  • Analyze customer feedback and evaluate its implications for innovation development
  • Experience how to develop ideas in more focused manner, understand problems and ideas better, and advance your ideas faster when tackling new business challenges

Technological Trends

  • Get to know new and upcoming technological trends from various research areas of different TUM departments
  • Visit labs to get an insight impression as well as a feeling for the current state of research
  • Learn how to analyze the trends as well as their implications for organizations or society as a whole as well as political dimensions

Growth Strategies & Business Models

  • Understand the process of market opportunity identification and evaluation in the context of new technologies
  • Practically apply this understanding by developing commercialization scenarios and strategies for early stage technologies
  • Create theoretical conceptualizations from the practically experienced underlying opportunity identification and evaluation process

Project Work

  • Acquire hands-on experience by working in student teams within companies on a particular assignment
  • Handle and develop a real-world project in an (international) team in a systematic way

Personal & Leadership Development

  • Learn the relevant theories and models of lateral leadership
  • Reflect on your current behavior, define development goals and further discuss and reflect them
  • Learn how to give and receive feedback in an appropriate way within a business context

Master´s Thesis

Double Degree Track
  • Semester 1: Paris
  • Semester 2: Paris
  • Semester 3: Munich
  • Semester 4: Munich
Double Degree Track

General
Management I

  • Business Performance Management / Company Law / Corporate Finance / Decision and Data Modeling / Financial Accounting / Financial Economics / Financial Markets / Leading Organizations / Marketing / Methods of Cost Analysis / Operations & Supply Chain Management / Statistics / Strategy

General
Management II

  • Business Performance Management / Company Law / Corporate Finance / Decision and Data Modeling / Financial Accounting / Financial Economics / Financial Markets / Leading Organizations / Marketing / Methods of Cost Analysis / Operations & Supply Chain Management / Statistics / Strategy

Innovation
Prototyping

  • Understand the topic of prototyping in a technological context and their implications for products and markets
  • Learn how innovations can be developed within an organization and how to create prototypes for innovative ideas
  • Analyze customer feedback and evaluate its implications for innovation development
  • Experience how to develop ideas in more focused manner, understand problems and ideas better, and advance your ideas faster when tackling new business challenges

Technological
Trends

  • Get to know new and upcoming technological trends from various research areas of different TUM departments
  • Visit labs to get an insight impression as well as a feeling for the current state of research
  • Learn how to analyze the trends as well as their implications for organizations or society as a whole as well as political dimensions

Growth Strategies & Business Models

  • Understand the process of market opportunity identification and evaluation in the context of new technologies
  • Practically apply this understanding by developing commercialization scenarios and strategies for early stage technologies
  • Create theoretical conceptualizations from the practically experienced underlying opportunity identification and evaluation process

Project Work

  • Acquire hands-on experience by working in student teams within companies on a particular assignment
  • Handle and develop a real-world project in an (international) team in a systematic way

Personal & Leadership
Development

  • Learn the relevant theories and models of lateral leadership
  • Reflect on your current behavior, define development goals and further discuss and reflect them
  • Learn how to give and receive feedback in an appropriate way within a business context

Master´s
Thesis

  • Understand the basics of operations and supply chain management and to apply them to different contexts and organizational structures
  • Outline strategic and organizational risks in value-chains as well as different situations of operations management
  • Work on topics like Performance Analysis and Benchmarking, Forecasting, Workforce Planning and Scheduling
  • Dive deep into Logistics & Inventory Management

three study locations: depending on your chosen track

TUM Campus Heilbronn (TUM Track)

  • Located in the center of Heilbronn-Franken
  • Known as the “region of world market leaders”
  • Great number of innovative, family-led small and medium-sized enterprises
  • Connecting two of Germany/Europe’s most important economic regions: Munich and Heilbronn
  • By focusing on the management of digital change, TUM Campus Heilbronn closes a major gap by building connections with family-run businesses. It enables close cooperation with the local, family-run businesses that are hidden champions in the high-tech sector and important players in the economy.
  • TUM Management Alumni: A lifelong network to boost your career

HEC Paris (Double Degree Track)

  • HEC is one of the world’s leading business schools
  • Master in Management program was ranked second in the world by the Financial Times in 2017
  • Cutting-edge research in all fields of management science that is tested in real-world contexts and is constantly updated and fully aligned with the expectations of the business world
  • Extremely close relations with the corporate world, providing its students with thousands of opportunities (e.g. five international job fairs, numerous professional workshops, mentoring with alumni, conferences with prestigious guest speakers and CEOs, and business games and academic awards sponsored by leading international companies)
  • One of the most powerful Alumni Associations in Europe with more than 52,300 members in 132 countries

TUM Campus Munich

  • Munich is home to a large number of businesses, from startups to major corporations
  • Many national and international companies in industries such as automotive or management consulting have their head offices here.
  • UnternehmerTUM, the Technical University of Munich’s center for innovation and business creation, provides coaching, training courses and much more for startups.
  • The city itself offers a very high quality of life thanks to its buzzing cultural scene and stunning lakes and mountains nearby.

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APPLICATION

For more details on formal entry requirements, your applications processapplications rounds as well as step-by-step guidance, please check our admission page.

FAQ

Corona-related Inquiries

Students enrolled in the Master in Management & Innovation program are full-time students. Obtaining a visa as a full-time student is usually straightforward process for Gemany! Should you have any issues with your visa, please contact your local German Embassy.

Germany has a very good network of clinics and hospitals and is therefore very well prepared to deal with Corona. One important fact to bear in mind is that Germany has the highest number of intensive care and hospital beds among all EU countries. Public health decisions in Germany are data-driven and statistics are regularly updated and publicly available through the Robert Koch Institute (updated daily).

We want to move forward in an educated way that gives students the best possible class experience while respecting government regulations and best practices for safety. That means our preference is to hold classes in-person, but we always have a digital back-up plan.

For applicants who are having difficulty arranging tests, we’d like to point out that ETS, the company that offers the TOEFL English test and the GRE, now has a web-based solution for test-takers in regions affected by the current public health situation. Please have a look here.

Our application deadlines are currently unaffected, and most everything can be completed digitally, so please continue to apply online via TUMonline. If you completed your Bachelor’s outside the EU, please allow for additional time as you will need a preliminary documentation certificate (more info here).

We regularly offer webinars and are happy to get in touch with you on a one-to-one basis virtually. You can see our upcoming digital events here.

Yes. In terms of managing the public health challenges associated with Covid-19, Germany is considered to have done a good job. The healthcare network is well developed and the university is developing a hygiene concept so that classes can once again take place on campus in the near future. Future students should plan on coming to Germany and can feel safe doing so.

Admission and prerequisites Double Degree Track

For our both Tracks of the Master in Management & Innovation we have different application rounds.

The Admissions Committee will only evaluate fully complete applications (including the result of your uni assist VPD, if required).

You are still required to take an English language test.

No. Only one test will be taken into consideration by the Admissions Office. It is the applicant’s responsibility to choose which test will be submitted in the application.

Yes. We consider all elements of your application, so it is important that you make each element as strong as possible. An average GMAT, GRE or TAGE MAGE test can be offset by other positive points in your application file.

No, if you have taken your test more than once, you can choose to submit your highest score.

There are no minimum required or minimum cut-off scores for applying to the Master in Management & Innovation. We accept applicants with a wide range of scores. If you have taken a test several times, the Admissions Office will consider only your highest score when reviewing your application.

GMAT, GRE and TAGE MAGE scores are valid for 5 years and must be taken before submitting your application.

No. At least your unofficial score (available on the test date) must be uploaded to your application form by the deadline. Incomplete applications cannot be submitted.

You are able to transfer your application from one round to another if you missed the deadline. For this, please log in to your applicant space, click on “Edit choice” and choose an alternative round. Please check your program’s Admission Calendar for the list of rounds available.

The application must be filled out in English.

First create an account on the HEC Paris online application platform. Then begin to fill in your application. You are able to submit an application when:

  • Your application form is 100% complete
  • You have uploaded all the required documents
  • HEC Paris and TUM have received the required online letters of reference
  • You have paid the € 110 application fee (waived for applicants who have earned their bachelor’s degree at TUM)
  1. Application:
    Once we have checked your application form and received all the required documents uploaded via your HEC Paris individual application account, the Admissions Team, consisting of members of TUM and HEC Paris, will assess your suitability for the program on the basis of your experience and the documents you have submitted.
  2. Interview:
    As soon as we have screened all applications, we will inform you via your HEC Paris individual application account whether you meet the admissibility requirements or not. We will then invite candidates to take part in a 20-25 minute admissions interview in English, either by Skype or at our campus. During the interview we encourage candidates to discuss their background, motivation, interests and goals. Applicants need to complete 2 interviews: one with TUM and one with HEC Paris. Not all candidates with a complete application will be interviewed; only those who are particularly suitable to the program..
  3. Decision:
    Following the interview, we will inform you of the decision by the Admissions Jury via your HEC Paris individual application account. You should receive this information roughly six to eight weeks after the application deadline.
  4. Confirmation:
    If you are accepted for the program, you must confirm your place by paying the acceptance fee by the relevant deadline for financial confirmation (this depends on your application deadline).

No, all courses of the Master in Management & Innovation are held in English. But while speaking French when applying is not mandatory, students are invited to register for a French language course (TEF certificate – all levels).

Double Degree Track:
Yes. You must take either the GMAT, GRE or TAGE MAGE and send us proof of your mark. You are exempt from this requirement, as well as the application fee, if you hold a first degree from either TUM or HEC.

Once you have submitted your application, you will no longer be able to modify it except for the “Personal Information” section. If invited to the interview, applicants may inform the jury of other updates at that time (test scores, internships etc).

Once you have made a profile within the HEC-Paris application portal, you will be prompted to upload the following:

  • Your official test scores (GMAT/GRE and TOEFL/IELTS)
  • A one-page version of your CV
  • Answers to several essay questions dealing with your motivation and ideas about leadership, management, etc.
  • The transcript of records from your bachelor’s degree
  • The contact information of two people who will write recommendation letters for you
  • A scan of your passport
  • Information about your work experience
  • A VPD from uni assist (prior to the 3rd program semester at TUM)

The Master in Management & Innovation welcomes applications from young and motivated candidates of all nationalities holding a university degree of at least three years having obtained 180 ECTS.

The program is a complete general management education with a special focus on innovation, entrepreneurship and technology. Admissions are open to candidates from various fields of study (business, engineers, social sciences, sciences, arts, etc.), who have at least 12 months of full-time work experience (including internships). Applicants with considerably more than 3 years of full-time professional experience are encouraged to consider other degree tracks and programs.

All English test results are valid for 5 years, except Cambridge Certificates which have unlimited validity. Tests must be valid on the deadline of the program you are applying for.

Internships can be accepted as work experience under the condition that your experiences during the internship(s) are content-related to the courses in the Master in Management & Innovation program and lasted for at least 3 months. Please note that for the Double Degree Track of the Master in Management & Innovation, you have until the 3rd program semester to document 12 months of full-time work experience.

All applicants for the Double Degree Track must have passed the TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS or Cambridge exams. You are exempt from this requirement if:

  • You are a native English speaker
  • You hold a degree in which ALL the instruction was in English. The official language of the degree program must be stated on the degree certificate, the supplement to the degree certificate or the transcript of records

No. There is no minimum English test requirement. However, a complete command of the English language including proficiency in reading, writing and speaking is essential for success in our programs, as the lessons are conducted in English.

Admission and prerequisites TUM Track

For our both Tracks of the Master in Management & Innovation we have different application rounds.

The Admissions Committee will only evaluate fully complete applications (including the result of your uni assist VPD, if required).

The application must be filled out in English.

In your TUMonline application account you can monitor the progress of your applications.

You may also e-mail our admissions team at youngprofessionals@wi.tum.de.

  1. Application:
    Once we have checked your application form and received all the required documents (including your uni assist result) uploaded onto TUMonline, the Admissions Team will assess your suitability for the program in terms of your experience and the documents you have submitted.
  2. The CV, letter of motivation, GPA, English language ability, and work experience documents are carefully examined. Each member of the committee at TUM rates the application from 0 – 60 points. The scores of all the committee members are averaged. If a candidate has at least 30 points, the application moves forward to the next step:
  3. The candidate is invited to interview for 30 minutes with the committee. In the second round, the candidate’s motivation, fit for the program, GPA, and argumentative skills in English are tested. Each member of the committee at TUM rates the application from 0 – 60 points. The scores of all the committee members are averaged. If a candidate has at least 33 points, the candidate is offered admission to the program.

Your final score for each round is posted in your TUMonline profile for your information.

If you earned your bachelor’s degree in an English-speaking country (e.g. United Kingdom, Australia, Unites States) then you might be exempt from this requirement, please contact our admissions team at youngprofessionals@lll.tum.de.

First create an account on the TUM online application platform (the application round opens on February 1, 2021) . Then provide us with all the relevant application documents.

You will be asked to upload several documents onto TUMonline (Letter of Motivation, CV, etc.). If you earned your bachelor’s degree at a location physically outside of the European Union (Switzerland and Norway count as EU for these purposes), then one of the required documents is a “VPD” (=preliminary documentation certificate). To get the VPD, apply to uni assist, which is a separate institution (more info here).

Yes. Through our TUMonline portal, the application process is online. Please reach out to our admissions team (youngprofessionals@wi.tum.de) if you need assistance with this process!

Yes. Please be sure to test your computer’s audio/video settings in advance and prepare your environment to ensure that the conversation goes smoothly and presents you in your best light. Kindly note that not all applicants will be invited to an interview.

 

Please use your Letter of Motivation to add context to your CV, tell us your story, and explain why your experiences and goals align with this particular program at TUM. Why are you applying specifically to the Master in Management & Innovation? What experiences and qualities would you bring to the class that could enrich the learning process for everyone? Plan to write between 1 – 2 pages in English.

Teaching Evaluation

According to §10 of the Bavarian Higher Education Law (BayHSchG) the teaching quality is regularly evaluated through student questionnaires.

The objective of the evaluation is the continuous improvement of teaching at the TUM SoM. The teaching evaluation data is the basis for:

  • Feedback to lecturers about their courses
  • Discussions about potential improvements
  • Enhanced communication between students and lecturers

The teaching evaluation gives students the possibility to actively contribute to the improvement of teaching.

TUM SoM students can review teaching evaluation results in the office of the quality management (1553). A previous arranged appointment and a valid student identity card are mandatory. For making an appointment please contact with a short e-mail to lehrevaluation@wi.tum.de.

Each semester students are asked to evaluate the courses they visited. The survey is anonymous and is executed through a standardized questionnaire, which varies depending on the format of the course (lecture, tutorial, seminar, internship and excursion). The questionnaires are available in English. On a 5-point Likert scale students give feedback about the extent of agreement and disagreement to different areas (e.g. conception and structure, knowledge impartment, learning environment, appropriate degree of difficulty and acquisition of competency). Open text fields allow for further ideas of improvement and comments. For each course and question the following measures will be calculated:

  • Relative frequency of each answer category
  • Mean value
  • Standard deviation
  • Median

Completing the online-questionnaire requires approximately 5-10 minutes. A PDF-report comprising the results of the survey will be generated for each course. As soon as results are available the report including the comments will be sent to the respective lecturers. Lecturers with outstanding results will be suggested by the Vice Dean of Academic Affairs for the “Best Teaching Award”, which is awarded every year during the “Tag der Fakultät”.

If you have any questions or if you want to evaluate an additional course, please contact Nadine Ertel under nadine.ertel@tum.de.

General and program information

You can find all information regarding the possibilities here 

HEC Paris offers all international students the possibility to live on campus.

Please find out more about accommodation possibilities in Heilbronn here.

For Munich, have a look here.

Yes, TUM as well as HEC Paris offers the possibility to join German or French language courses.

TUM Language Center and HEC Paris Learning Center of Languages is the perfect place to learn or strengthen German or French and many other languages.

First of all, we advise you to contact your program manager as early as possible. Your program manager will discuss with you possible solutions to allow for successful study progress and graduation, and identify further steps to do. Students suffering from health problems or affected by other extraordinary circumstances may even apply for a grace period to the examination board. For details, please contact your program manager. You can find the contact details of your program manager here.

The elective modules of your study program are selected with the greatest care and in close coordination with the Academic Departments (and Faculties). The Curricula Support in TUMonline portrays modules which are profitable for you. The Student Council of TUM School of Management collect suggestions on new modules which should be included in the catalogue. The suggestions will be taken into consideration by members of Quality Circle before the start of every new semester. Therefore, please contact the Student Council: https://tum-som.com/.

Please note that at TUM it is possible to take each module voluntarily as free subject.

Fees

TUM Track: € 28,000 (tuition fees for the complete program), which may be paid in 4 installments (€ 7000 x 4).

Double Degree Track: € 38,875 (tuition fees for the complete program), which may be paid in 4 installments (€ 12438 + 12438 + € 7000 + € 7000).

Please be aware that for every semester a student is enrolled at TUM, there is an additional (separate) Student Union Fee of 144.40€.

Living expenses vary depending upon where you live. For both Munich and Paris, you should count on around € 900 – 1,000 per month including housing, food, off-campus sports and leisure activities.

  • The French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs allocates a large number of grants to international students. Use Campus France – Grants Search Engine to learn more
  • The French Government Eiffel Scholarship is open exclusively to Autumn applicants, as the application deadline for this scholarship is fixed to the beginning of January
  • The Merit based Scholarship may be offered to high potential Grande Ecole students

The fees include the cost of instruction, coaching, workshops, arranged internships and projects with German companies (besides one internship at the end of the 2nd semester that students needs to arrange themselves), a 6-month membership to MakerSpace, breakfast/coffee on course days, company visits and excursions within Germany, and most course materials and readings.

Housing/accommodation, meals (besides those described above), flights between Germany and your home country, the flight to/from China, hotel costs in China, printing and mailing, nor the cost of student transport/subway tickets. Please be aware that for every semester a student is enrolled at TUM, there is an additional (separate) Student Union Fee of € 144.40 that is not included in the tuition fees.

The China study trip is approximately four weeks long and students are responsible for organizing their own lodging and flights. All other program related costs are covered by TUM.

Final thesis

No. A scanned signature is not valid.

Yes. Please note: The submission deadline given in the email sent by the Grades and Examinations Office confirming registration is the official deadline for submission and is therefore binding.

Please put it in a suitable envelope and hand it in at the main gate on Arcisstrasse 21.

  • Use the address label which you can obtain on request from the Service Point or via mail from the relevant person in the Grades and Examinations Office.
  • In advance, get a “Permission to view this thesis” declaration form from the relevant person at the Service Point or in the Grades and Examinations Office, fill it in, and put it in the envelope together with your thesis.

 

  • All final theses that are submitted within the first week after the beginning of the lectures will be taken into account for the previous semester. Please inform yourself about the dates of the semester on our homepage: https://www.tum.de/en/studies/application-and-acceptance/dates-and-deadlines/dates-and-deadlines-18/. Deadline is on Sunday even though you might be allowed to hand it in on Monday!
  • Please note: For the submission of your final thesis you officially have to be registered as a student even if it is assigned to the previous semester.

Two hard copies of the Master’s Thesishave to be handed in to the Executive Education Center, and a digital version (PDF) has to be uploaded to Moodle.

Please hand your thesis to the Executive Education Center, Leopoldstr. 139, 80804 Munich.

Yes. If you do submit by post, you should send your thesis to the following address: Technische Universität München, TUM School of Management, Executive Education Center, Arcisstrasse 21, 80333 Munich. Please note: The submission date is considered to be the date on which your thesis actually reaches us in the Grades and Examinations Office. In advance, get a “Permission to view this thesis” declaration form from the relevant person in the Grades and Examinations Office, fill it in, and include it with your thesis.

Contact

We appreciate your interest in our Master in Management & Innovation program.

For a first consultation and questions related to the content and structure of the program, please get in touch with the Program Managers.

Do you have questions regarding the application process? Then get in touch with the Admission Manager.

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