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Germany

Engineering

Engineering & Business

BSc Management & Technology

3 years

€0 pa

Programme profile


The structures of corporations are becoming increasingly complex: Interdependencies between corporate divisions are manifold, and traditional departmental borders are beginning to dissolve. Thus, companies need managers who combine a detailed knowledge of business, entrepreneurial skills and a solid understanding of innovation and technology. This programme is designed to give you the interdisciplinary, high-level education which you need to meet these new challenges at the interface of management and technology

Programme content


Students choose one of the following six specialistions:

- Informatics

- Mechanical Engineering

- Electrical & Information Technology

- Computer Engineering

- Chemistry

- Renewable Resources

The programme can be studied both in Munich and in Straubing. Your study location depends on your choice of specialization. Students studying Renewable Resources study in Straubing. Students studying one of the other specialisations study at TUM’s main campus in Munich.

Progression


The structures of corporations are becoming increasingly complex: Interdependencies between corporate divisions are manifold, and traditional departmental borders are beginning to dissolve. Thus, companies need managers who combine a detailed knowledge of business, entrepreneurial skills and a solid understanding of innovation and technology. This programme is designed to give you the interdisciplinary, high-level education which you need to meet these new challenges at the interface of management and technology.

Entry Requirements


Three A-Levels (to include Maths and at least one Natural Science) plus three GCSEs

Six passes at Leaving Certificate (of which two are to be at H5). Subjects to include Maths and at lest one Natural Science

No

Yes, sometimes

Yes: Letter of Motivation

01 April

15 July

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