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Upholding the motto of its founding rector Karl Max von Bauernfeind, "to bring the commercial and industrial world the spark of science", Technische Universität München founded its subsidiary, the TUM International GmbH. Since 2007, we have been reflecting the excellence of the University in our multi-faceted university site building projects, talent management and qualification, technology transfer and the management of collaborative science projects. With the addition of InSITE BAVARIA in 2015, we have a strong know-how in cluster building and industrial site development. On the following pages you will learn more about TUM International, the team, our projects and joint ventures and your career opportunities at TUM International.

  • TUM Kuwait

    TUM Kuwait

    Since 2016, TUM International is responsible for concepts, development and set-up of TUM Kuwait, TUM's spin-off university in Kuwait City.

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  • Sustainabiliy Initiative CoPlan

    Sustainabiliy Initiative CoPlan

    Together with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, InSITE BAVARIA has developed a web-based Sustainability Calculator to estimate the
    monetary return on sustainability investments in existing or new industrial areas in the regional program Cooperation Platform Latin America North (COPLAN).

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  • Kutaisi University Complex

    Kutaisi University Complex

    At the Kutaisi University Complex (KUC), a "green field university" based on the model of the TUM is being designed by TUM International for the Georgian Government.

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  • J-Rich

    J-Rich

    At Saudi Arabia‘s most important industrial site „Jubail Industrial City“, TUM International and Jubail Industrial College build up and operate a national Cluster Excellence Center and a Research and Application Center for entrepreneurship, environmental engineering and Industry 4.0.

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  • CTKT

    CTKT

    TUM and Evonik have set up the Center for Technology and Knowledge Transfer (CTKT) at TUM International.

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  • CKI

    CKI

    TUM International is operating the Siemens Center of Knowledge Interchange (CKI) at Technische Universität München, representing a best practice of strategic long-term collaboration between a leading industrial player and one of the world’s top universities.

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  • MentorING

    MentorING

    The mentorING program exists since 2002, making it the oldest and one of the most successful mentoring programs at TUM.

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  • Siemens Mentoring Programm

    Siemens Mentoring Programm

    Career development for TUM students focussing on IT or technology: IT- or technology-related TUM students will be guided and advised by Siemens senior executives over the duration of at least one year.

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  • Asia Center of Excellence for Smart Technologies (ACES)

    The Asia Center of Excellence for Smart Technologies (ACES) brings digitalization technologies to the entire Southeast Asian region, following the German “Industry 4.0” approach.

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