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TUM International GmbH is a leading provider for the development, coordination and operation of integrated science and industry clusters as well as technology transfer and talent management programs with international partners from research, politics and industry.
Development and management of university sites
Development and management
of university sites
Technology transfer and management of scientific collaborative projects
Technology transfer and management
of scientific collaborative projects
Cluster building and industrial site development
Cluster building and
industrial site development
Talent management and qualification
Talent management and qualification

TUM International - What excels us

  • German standards

    The only developer of integrated knowledge and production sites according to German standards.

    We work with a strong network of partner companies that bring their highly specialized know-how into our projects. This allows us to build up complex ecosystems of science and industry.
  • USP 2

    The only professional site developer of an european university.

    We are a 100% subsidiary of the Technical University of Munich, one of the best universities in Europe. The direct proximity to the university enables a multitude of cooperations with chairs and access to innovative know-how.
  • Co-operation

    Our goal is always the co-operation of a location, not just advice.

    Therefore, our design is always focused on the sustainable development and operation of the site. For this, the conditions and needs on site are analyzed in detail and coordinated with the client and project partners in constant exchange.
  • KPI

    Evaluation of our projects based on concrete, in particular business-related KPIs.

    In doing so we set standards and ensure that the conceptual design, construction and operation are really conducive to the project location.
  • Research and Science

    The only institution that fully harnesses research and science for the development of a business location.

    Our portfolio includes a wide range of services that enables a wide variety of forms of cooperation. The design of the collaboration always remains flexible, so the parameters for each project are determined individually and the best results are achieved in each individual case.

Project locations

CHILE
CORFO

TUM International is supporting the creation of a symbiotic industry park at one of Chile’s largest lithium production areas, focusing on high-tech SME, energy technologies and qualification.

MEXICO
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).

> Further information

QATAR
German University Qatar

TUM International GmbH has developed a comprehensive concept oriented towards TUM standards to create German University Qatar in Doha, a university which shall become a leading center in teaching and research in the GCC region. Besides a strong offer of master degree programs in various disciplines, the university will support local entrepreneurship and foster research and technology transfer into the region.

GHANA
Cape City Ghana

The subsidiary of TUM International, Cluster City, is preparing the development and operation of Cape City Ghana together with the Catholic Church. The project will create a logistics hub, a business park, schools and social infrastructure. It is the first project to be launched as a long-term initiative with the Holy See and to help create new models for sustainable economic development in poorer regions.

Kuwait City, 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.Together with the Kuwaiti investor Malakiya, TUM International GmbH will make the private university to become a leading institution of higher education in Kuwait and the GCC region, offering Bachelor, Master and PhD programs in various fields such as engineering, management or ICT for up to approximately 6,600 students.

> Further information

GEORGIA
Kutaisi University Complex (KUC)

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.

> Further information

Jubail, SAUDI ARABIA
Jubail Research & Innovation Cluster Hub "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. The project is part of a framework cooperation with the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu.

> Further information

Jubail, SAUDI-ARABIA
Automotive Cluster Jubail

TUM International GmbH consults the Royal Commission of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to set up an automotive cluster ecosystem according to European standards. The cluster will strengthen the automotive sector in the GCC region by setting up an optimized mobility value chain, hosting OEMs as well as (European) SME to provide ideal access to the regional market. The automotive cluster hub will support settlement of park tenants and develop its own service portfolio for its clients to create a competitive environment for research, development, production, and distribution activities.

Jinan, CHINA
New Materials Park Jinan

Our business unit InSITE BAVARIA supports the capital of China’s Shandong Province, Jinan, in developing a high-tech industry park for new materials. InSITE BAVARIA takes care of masterplanning, industry allocation and operations of an international competence center and business incubator.

Munich, GERMANY
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. The CKI at TUM initiates and moderates major research cooperation projects between TUM and Siemens, supports talent management, e.g. by specific mentoring programs, and develops tailor-made cooperation mechanisms between the company and the university.

> Further information

Munich, GERMANY
CTKT

TUM and Evonik have set up the Center for Technology and Knowledge Transfer (CTKT) at TUM International. The CTKT coordinates the cooperation between TUM and Evonik in the fields of innovation and talent management and analyses joint research topics and needs. It furthermore takes over conception, planning and implementation of programs in the field of recruiting.

> Further information

Munich, GERMANY
MentorING

The mentorING program exists since 2002, making it the oldest and one of the most successful mentoring programs at TUM. It specifically supports female students of the TUM on a successful career start.

> Further information

Munich, GERMANY
Siemens Mentoring

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.

> Further information

MALAYSIA
Asean Center of Excellence for Smart Technologies (ACES)

The Asean Center of Excellence for Smart Technologies (ACES) brings digitalization technologies to the entire Southeast Asian region, following the German “Industry 4.0” approach. The center is jointly being developed and operated by TUM International and the authorities of the Malaysian “East Coast Economic Region”. In a first phase until 2019, it focuses in particular on the digitalization of oil and gas industry, the mobility sector, infrastructure and farming in Malaysia.

> Further information

  • CHILE
    CORFO

    TUM International is supporting the creation of a symbiotic industry park at one of Chile’s largest lithium production areas, focusing on high-tech SME, energy technologies and qualification.

  • MEXICO
    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).

    > Further information

  • QATAR
    German University Qatar

    TUM International GmbH has developed a comprehensive concept oriented towards TUM standards to create German University Qatar in Doha, a university which shall become a leading center in teaching and research in the GCC region. Besides a strong offer of master degree programs in various disciplines, the university will support local entrepreneurship and foster research and technology transfer into the region.

  • GHANA
    Cape City Ghana

    The subsidiary of TUM International, Cluster City, is preparing the development and operation of Cape City Ghana together with the Catholic Church. The project will create a logistics hub, a business park, schools and social infrastructure. It is the first project to be launched as a long-term initiative with the Holy See and to help create new models for sustainable economic development in poorer regions.

  • Kuwait City, 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.Together with the Kuwaiti investor Malakiya, TUM International GmbH will make the private university to become a leading institution of higher education in Kuwait and the GCC region, offering Bachelor, Master and PhD programs in various fields such as engineering, management or ICT for up to approximately 6,600 students.

    > Further information

  • GEORGIA
    Kutaisi University Complex (KUC)

    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.

    > Further information

  • Jubail, SAUDI ARABIA
    Jubail Research & Innovation Cluster Hub "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. The project is part of a framework cooperation with the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu.

    > Further information

  • Jubail, SAUDI-ARABIA
    Automotive Cluster Jubail

    TUM International GmbH consults the Royal Commission of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to set up an automotive cluster ecosystem according to European standards. The cluster will strengthen the automotive sector in the GCC region by setting up an optimized mobility value chain, hosting OEMs as well as (European) SME to provide ideal access to the regional market. The automotive cluster hub will support settlement of park tenants and develop its own service portfolio for its clients to create a competitive environment for research, development, production, and distribution activities.

  • Jinan, CHINA
    New Materials Park Jinan

    Our business unit InSITE BAVARIA supports the capital of China’s Shandong Province, Jinan, in developing a high-tech industry park for new materials. InSITE BAVARIA takes care of masterplanning, industry allocation and operations of an international competence center and business incubator.

  • Munich, GERMANY
    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. The CKI at TUM initiates and moderates major research cooperation projects between TUM and Siemens, supports talent management, e.g. by specific mentoring programs, and develops tailor-made cooperation mechanisms between the company and the university.

    > Further information

  • Munich, GERMANY
    CTKT

    TUM and Evonik have set up the Center for Technology and Knowledge Transfer (CTKT) at TUM International. The CTKT coordinates the cooperation between TUM and Evonik in the fields of innovation and talent management and analyses joint research topics and needs. It furthermore takes over conception, planning and implementation of programs in the field of recruiting.

    > Further information

  • Munich, GERMANY
    MentorING

    The mentorING program exists since 2002, making it the oldest and one of the most successful mentoring programs at TUM. It specifically supports female students of the TUM on a successful career start.

    > Further information

  • Munich, GERMANY
    Siemens Mentoring

    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.

    > Further information

  • MALAYSIA
    Asean Center of Excellence for Smart Technologies (ACES)

    The Asean Center of Excellence for Smart Technologies (ACES) brings digitalization technologies to the entire Southeast Asian region, following the German “Industry 4.0” approach. The center is jointly being developed and operated by TUM International and the authorities of the Malaysian “East Coast Economic Region”. In a first phase until 2019, it focuses in particular on the digitalization of oil and gas industry, the mobility sector, infrastructure and farming in Malaysia.

    > Further information