One of TUM's partner universities is the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
TUM is interconnected with more than 160 partner universities on all continents – to promote the exchange of students, researchers and joint research projects. One of our partners is the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. (Image: Jann Lipka / KTH)

Partner Universities

Thanks to agreements with over 300 ERASMUS+ partner universities in Europe, numerous agreements at department level, and additionally more than 160 university-wide partnerships, TUM is at home the world over. These collaborative relationships foster close cooperation between scientists, students and university management. Depending on the focal point of the individual partnership, the partners agree on joint research activities, international study programs and university policy-making initiatives. Participants benefit from continuous know-how transfer and cross-cultural research and education insights.

In our partnership database you can find all institutions TUM is connected to via a university-wide agreement. Depending on the nature of the cooperation agreement this does not always include structured student exchange.