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TUM School of Management Campus Heilbronn

The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is one of the strongest research universities in Europe with about 600 professors, 43,000 students and 10,000 employees. Since the winter semester 2018/2019, it has been present on the Heilbronn "Bildungscampus" (educational campus) with its Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of the TUM School of Management. The focus is on the management of digital technologies and family businesses. Students can start with a six-semester Bachelor's programme in Management and Technology. Additionally, two Master's degree programmes that focus on economics and technology are offered. In the context of the Executive Education programme, tailor-made courses can be taken on a part-time basis for working students.

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Bachelor in Management & Technology Heilbronn

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The TUM School of Management at our Heilbronn educational campus is an integral part of the Technical University of Munich. The School engages in teaching and research chiefly in the areas of digital change management with a focus on catering the local family businesses and booming startup scene. The English-language degree programs attract the best talent from all across the globe and help us form a unique bridge between management and technology.


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TUM School of Management Heilbronn

Bildungscampus 2
74076 Heilbronn

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