Business Administration, Department
Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften - FIM at the TU München
Kernkompetenzzentrum Finanz- und Informationsmanagement
- Arcisstrasse 21
- 80333 München
- Phone: +49 89 2892-5074
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Special features regarding teachingInterface training between Economics and Natural Sciences; qualification profile for careers in companies and research institutions; project studies with practical topics (mentor from corporate practice and professor supervise 2-5 students); stays abroad; intensive care; in the elective module area, small groups through a wide range of options, various teaching prizes (including for the development of new event formats), university didactic further education programme and concepts to promote teaching quality; recording and publishing of lectures online; Entrepreneurship.
Special features regarding the international orientationCross-cultural team work, perspectives through international students, international assistant professors, compulsory or highly recommended stays abroad, mobility windows, English-taught programmes.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsHEC Paris, Frankreich; Copenhagen Business School, Kopenhagen; University College London, UK; University of Queensland, Australien; Wirtschaftsschule Sao Paolo, Brasilien; Tongji University, China; Singapore Management University, Singapur; Stockholm School of Economics, Schweden; Politecnico die Milano, Italien; Keio Business School, Japan.
Special features regarding the equipment2 CIP pools; interactive whiteboards in seminar rooms, experimental laboratory with 32 seats and Eye Tracking system, free WiFi access on TUM site, video conference system; 200 workplaces with internet / electricity connection; E-learning platform; video recording & online posting of courses. / Mooc; campus management system for student life cycle (application, grade excerpts, exam registration, grade registration); access to online databases (including e-journals / e-books); databases for empirical research (e.g. ThomsonReuters, Bloomberg); Software licenses for students (including SPSS, Stata, Unipark).
Special features regarding research activitiesInter-disciplinary key research areas at the interface between Economic & Natural/Engineering Sciences: Finance & Accounting / Innovation & Entrepreneurship / Marketing, Strategy & Leadership / Operations & Supply Chain Management / Energy Markets; faculty own
Support for foundersEntrepreneurship is an important part of the mission of the TUM School of Management. Students are actively encouraged to become entrepreneurs. To support this, the students can choose a specialisation in the Master's (Innovation & Entrepreneurship), as well as attend courses, such as business plan seminars, that they can select freely. In addition, there are coaching options and further courses by UnternehmerTUM, the TUM's centre for innovation and entrepreneurship. Each year, there are around 75 start-ups originating from TUM.
Other special featuresClose interdisciplinary collaboration with the Engineering and Science faculties of TUM; numerous practical contacts through top-class honorary professors and lecturers and company cooperations; high internationality through numerous university collaborations and international research; intensive support for students through Buddy programs; Faculty Board, staffed with outstanding personalities from business, science and society, advises on strategic faculty matters; comprehensive training program in science management
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.fim-rc.de/forschung/
Information on access restrictionshttp://www.fim-master.de/
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