Through the TUM Global Network, TUM is strongly represented in strategically important centers in Europe, Asia, North and South America. The network supports the TUM community as a valuable partner in international projects and activities, provides information on regional trends and developments, and acts as a central gateway to important local players from research, education, industry, and society.
TUM Beijing plays a central role in establishing and expanding university and research collaborations in China. The office was instrumental in setting up the flagship partnership with Tsinghua University.
TUM Brussels is TUM's first point of contact for cooperation requests with European partner universities and coordinates EuroTech activities and represents TUM's interests within the EU.
TUM Mumbai is strongly involved in the activities of German and Bavarian representations in India and provides TUM researchers with access to one of the largest research and education markets in the world.
TUM San Francisco is an invaluable hub for linking TUM's entrepreneurship activities with the Silicon Valley and fostering cooperation with top institutions throughout the U.S. and Canada.
With a focus on Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Mexico, TUM São Paulo accompanies TUM's collaborations across the continent and recruits talented early career researchers.
The first campus of a German university abroad was founded in 2002 in Singapore.
TUM Asia works closely with leading universities and companies in the region and attracts students from Asia, the US, and Europe to study its engineering courses.
Its appeal is its strong focus on management skills, which best prepares them for a career in business.