Query regarding TUM


Hi everyone!

I am currently in the 3rd year of my Electrical engineering course in India and I'm planning to apply for a MIM in German Schools in 2021. I currently have A2 proficiency in German (Preparing for B1). I came across the Masters in Management Program offered by TUM, though couldn't find much about it on google. They have the Triple accreditation and all. What are the job prospects like if I choose to study there? Is it a good option considering the fact that it's a relatively new school? (The biggest draw for me is the tuition fees)

Thank you!
Hi everyone!

I am currently in the 3rd year of my Electrical engineering course in India and I'm planning to apply for a MIM in German Schools in 2021. I currently have A2 proficiency in German (Preparing for B1). I came across the Masters in Management Program offered by TUM, though couldn't find much about it on google. They have the Triple accreditation and all. What are the job prospects like if I choose to study there? Is it a good option considering the fact that it's a relatively new school? (The biggest draw for me is the tuition fees)

Thank you!
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maury
It's not a new school at all, it's over 150 years old!

Your biggest handicap is language level. Why not study in a country where you already speak the language fluently?

That said, it's a great school but not typically the *best* if you're talking about international reputation, and importantly, international mobility.

The MSc's from WHU and the University of Mannheim will probably the best enablers of international mobility in terms of the Germany programs (based on FT data).

But even these aren't anywhere near schools like Ireland's Smurfit School or even RSM (Netherlands) in terms of international mobility.
It's not a new school at all, it's over 150 years old!

Your biggest handicap is language level. Why not study in a country where you already speak the language fluently?

That said, it's a great school but not typically the *best* if you're talking about international reputation, and importantly, international mobility.

The MSc's from WHU and the University of Mannheim will probably the best enablers of international mobility in terms of the Germany programs (based on FT data).

But even these aren't anywhere near schools like Ireland's Smurfit School or even RSM (Netherlands) in terms of international mobility.
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