TUM Beijing – the liaison office for China and Taiwan

China has been one of TUM's most important partner countries even before the establishment of the flagship partnership with Tsinghua University. The liaison office in Beijing was opened in 2006. It acts as a central point for establishing contacts and maintaining relationships with leading universities and research institutions in China and Taiwan and provides support in initiating cooperation as well as delegation visits. In addition to various information events and workshops, regular alumni events organized by TUM Beijing are also highly popular.

News and Insights from the TUM Beijing liaison office

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TUM Beijing: TUM strengthens international cooperation with leading Chinese universities

A delegation from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) recently went on a week-long visit to key partners in China. The visit's main objective was to promote cooperation with prestigious Chinese…

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TUM Beijing: TUM-SJTU workshop to promote cooperation in study and teaching

In an online workshop with Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) on academic administration, 20 science managers from TUM and SJTU met to exchange best practices within the field of study and teaching.

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TUM Beijing: TUM Ambassadors intensify dialogue with students in China

In early June, TUM Beijing Liaison Officer Zhenshan Jin and a delegation of TUM Ambassadors visited the Chinese flagship partner Tsinghua. Prof. Wang Bing had initiated the meeting under the motto "TUM…

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TUM Beijing: Liaison Officer meets with Chinese TUM Ambassadors

In April, TUM Beijing Liaison Officer Zhenshan Jin hosted a networking event in Beijing. The meeting provided an ideal opportunity to exchange views with TUM Ambassadors Prof. Weidong Qu, Prof. Kaifeng Pan,…

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TUM Beijing: Innovation education at TUM attracts great attention in China

"How can universities train innovative talents? How can cooperation between Chinese and German universities in this area be strengthened?" - These were the key questions addressed by TUM's Chinese partner Sun…