TUM Global locations

TUM feels at home all over the world. Through the TUM Global network with offices and research centers in Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe, it is represented in the most important higher education and research markets worldwide. Its representatives initiate cooperative research projects, provide interested students, graduates and researchers with information and help attract the best talents to TUM. In 2002, TUM was the first German university to open its own campus abroad: TUM Asia in Singapore.

TUM liaison offices

TUM Beijing

With growing student exchange and intensifying research cooperation, China is among TUM’s most important partner countries. TUM Beijing plays a central role in this ongoing success story.

TUM Brussels & EuroTech

TUM is a found­ing member of the EuroTech Uni­ver­sities Alliance. The TUM Brussels liaison officer is the first contact for researchers and staff in Brussels and represents TUM’s interest in the EU arena.

TUM Cairo

Core topics of North Africa such as energy, natural resources, and food are significant research areas at TUM. TUM Cairo helps organize cooperation in research and industry and also seeks to attract talen­ts.

TUM Mumbai

TUM Mumbai is a first contact point for Indian stu­dents who want to study or do their doctorate at TUM as well as for TUM researchers keen to reach out to one of the world’s largest markets. 

TUM San Francisco

TUM opened its North American liaison office in the immediate vicinity to Silicon Valley. It accompanies partnerships and joint projects and contributes to the recruitment of excellent students and researchers. 

TUM São Paulo

The liaison office in São Paulo aims to attract top scientists and outstanding students for TUM. From here, TUM also forges research partnerships with universities and companies across the entire continent.

TUM campus abroad

TUM Asia: TUM campus in Singapore

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.