TUM's international locations

TUM feels at home all over the world. It has offices and re­search centers on several con­tinents: Asia, the Americas and Europe. It initiates coope­rative research pro­jects and exchanges with scholars and students. As the first German uni­versity in 2002, it opened its own campus abroad: TUM Asia in Singapore.

The first campus of a German university abroad was founded in 2002 in Singapore: The German Insti­tute of Science and Tech­nology (GIST) - TUM Asia. Students from Asia, the U.S. and Europe come to GIST to study en­gineer­ing. Its appeal is its strong focus on man­age­ment skills, which best pre­pares them for a career in business. Contact TUM Asia

European Alliance: TUM is a found­ing member of the EuroTech Uni­ver­sities Alliance based in Brussels, a strategic partner­ship of european tech­nical uni­ver­sities. They combine research excellence, tech­nological know-how and an entre­pre­neurial cul­ture and offer students excellent education opportunities.
Contact TUM Brussels & EuroTech Universities

In the Middle Kingdom, TUM has been main­taining relations with partner uni­versities and companies since 2006. Together with Tongji Uni­versity, TUM offers a double degree in elec­trical engin­eering and infor­mation tech­nology. In 2009, TUM and Peking University agreed to commit to the exchange of researchers and administrative staff. TUM Beijing supports excellent Chinese students come to Munich. Contact TUM Beijing

In the Indian metropolis of Mumbai, TUM offers a first contact point for stu­dents, who want to obtain a doctorate or a master’s degree in Munich. Some of the leading tech­nology pro­viders in the global market place are based in India. To increase its presence in the enorm­ous Indian market, TUM opened its own liaison office in the heart of Mumbai in late 2011. Contact TUM Mumbai

In the imme­diate vicin­ity to Silicon Valley, TUM opened its North American liaison office. It accom­panies partner­ships and cooper­ative projects in the US and contrib­utes to the recruit­ment of excellent students and research­ers. As an infor­mation hub, the office monitors develop­ments in science and education in North America. Contact TUM San Francisco

To keep its finger on the pulse of Latin America, TUM has opened a liaison office in São Paulo in 2012. The liaison office in São Paulo aims to attract top scientists and outstanding students for TUM. From here, TUM also forges research partnerships with universities and companies across the entire continent.  Contact TUM São Paulo