TUM School of Management is the business school of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) located in Munich, Germany.
The school offers several MBA programs, including an Executive MBA, a Global Executive MBA, and a European Executive MBA. The duration of the Executive MBA programs is 18 months, while the Global Executive MBA and the European Executive MBA are 21 months long. The cost of the program is €55,000 for the Executive MBA and €69,000 for the Global and European Executive MBA. GMAT is not required but recommended, and the average score is around 640. The application deadline for the Executive MBA program is usually in May or November, while the Global and European Executive MBA programs have rolling admissions. The start date for the programs is in October, and the study mode is part-time.
The student body is diverse, with around 80% of international students, and the average work experience of students is around 10 years.
The TUM School of Management is highly ranked, being consistently ranked among the top business schools in Europe and the world by various publications. In the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2021, it was ranked 20th in Europe and 57th globally.
The school is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
The language of instruction is English, and the faculty comprises around 50 professors, most of whom have PhDs from top universities around the world.
Tuition fees for the school’s other programs vary depending on the program, ranging from €8,000 to €12,000 per year.
The curriculum is rigorous and combines theoretical knowledge with practical experience. Students have the opportunity to participate in case studies, projects, and internships.
The alumni network of TUM School of Management is extensive, with over 26,000 alumni from more than 100 countries. The school has a strong reputation for its MBA programs, with many alumni going on to hold executive positions in leading companies around the world. According to the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2021, TUM School of Management graduates had an average salary of $120,362 three years after graduation, with a 96% employment rate.