TUM School of Management becomes new member of QTEM Network

TUM School of Management joins the Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management (QTEM), an international network bringing together outstanding students, Academic Partners and International Corporations. QTEM was launched in September 2012 with financial support from the Bernheim Foundation. QTEM is developing skills in analytic and quantitative techniques to support decision-making in an international context.

The QTEM Master’s Program will be open to students of the Master in Management & Technology starting in winter term 2017/18. The program offers its participants international experience in three different countries as well as corporate exposure through an internship and access to attractive jobs in multinational companies. The participants are awarded a Master’s degree at their home university along with the QTEM degree.

Prof. Dr. Rainer Kolisch, Vice Dean of International Affairs at TUM School of Management: “QTEM is an essential building block for TUM School of Management in becoming one of Europe’s distinguished business schools at the interface of technology and management with a strong focus on an international and quantitative education of its students. We are thrilled by the perspective of cooperating with excellent QTEM partner schools worldwide with a similar mindset.”

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