The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is seen by international companies as one of the world's best universities in terms of the quality of its graduates. In the latest "Global University Employability Ranking", TUM is ranked sixth in the world – for the second consecutive year. It stands alongside the University of Cambridge as one of just two European institutions among the top ten.
TUM in Rankings
Dedication to excellence pays off. In both international and national rankings, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is rated as one of Germany’s top universities.
Nine researchers at TUM are among the world's most recognized scientific minds. Their names can be found in the latest "Highly Cited Researchers” rankings, compiled on the basis of the number of citations in scientific publications.
The latest issue of the "THE World University Rankings" places the Technical University of Munich (TUM) among Europe's four best technical universities. For the third time in a row TUM has been ranked number two among all German universities.
This year's “Shanghai Ranking” yet again rates the Technical University of Munich (TUM) Germany's best technical university. It is the only German technical university among the top 100 and was ranked 57th among the world's universities. In the recently published subject rankings by the same organization, TUM receives high marks in several fields of research, confirming its top international quality.
For the fifth time in a row the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is the top-rated German university in the renowned „QS World University Ranking“. TUM was ranked among Europe’s five best Technical Universities.
Students give the Technical University of Munich (TUM) many high marks. This is seen in the latest rankings from the Centre for Higher Education (CHE). This year's CHE rankings focus on degree programs in engineering.
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is again among the top ten in the latest ranking of “Europe’s Most Innovative Universities”. To compile the ranking, the British news agency Reuters assesses the impact of the research and innovation activities of universities on progress in technology and economy.
Nine of the "Top 50 Start-ups 2018" come from the Technical University of Munich (TUM), according to an evaluation by the German magazine for start-up founders Für-Gründer.de. Munich, with ten start-ups, is the highest-rated city this ranking. Also a current report by business consulting firm Ernst & Young illustrates how attractive the Bavarian State capital is: With 14 start-ups in the Top 100, Munich has moved up to second place in this ranking list. Ten of these 14 companies were started by founders from TUM.
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is ranked among the 25 best universities worldwide in the areas of engineering and the natural sciences. TUM also placed in the top 50 for 10 individual subjects according to the “QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019”.
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is the strongest research university in Germany when it comes to business sciences. The best researcher is business informatics specialist Prof. Helmut Krcmar, Dean of the TUM Campus Heilbronn, according to the results of the new ranking conducted by the ETH Zurich and the University of Düsseldorf on behalf of the German business weekly "WirtschaftsWoche".