University Site Development
Sustainable development of university sites based on the TUM model
TUM International strongly believes in the critical role that entrepreneurial and engaged universities can play in advancing societal transformation. Building on the TU Munich’s excellence in education, research, and societal engagement, TUM International adapts this model to the specific local requirements of its university clients. The goal is to ensure that universities become key drivers of knowledge creation and socio-economic development in the respective region.
Through our sustained support during the conceptualisation and development and a new university site, we aim to empower our clients to operate independently and to become major players in the global educational network.
Our Reference Projects
CCiEE – Intercultural Co-Creation for international Entrepreneurship Education | DAAD funded project
To address today’s entrepreneurial challenges, TUM International GmbH has joined forces with the HTW Dresden, the German-Jordanian University and the New Uzbekistan University for a two year-project. The aim is to develop a universally relevant framework and curriculum for entrepreneurship in higher education.
This Horizon Europe-funded project aims to enable higher education institutions to realize their potential in terms of entrepreneurial and innovative impact in education, research and community engagement.
Well-educated young people are the most valuable asset of any country. This is the motto of the Uzbek government, which has set its sights on opening a new educational institution, the “New Uzbekistan University”. The university, which opened in the capital Tashkent in the summer of 2021, is based on the excellent standards and application-oriented focus of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) in a wide range of areas.
In Kutaisi, the third largest city in Georgia, a young university is growing up with the aim of becoming a unique educational and research center in Georgia. Kutaisi International University (KIU) is guided by its role model, the Technical University of Munich (TUM).