Technical University of Munich

Public University

Munich, Germany

In 1868, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) was commenced by King Ludwig II. This university also has partnered with an incorporated society of the most prestigious institutes of Technology in Germany known as TU9. Initially, it was known as the University of Excellence, but in 1970, the unive Read more


Highlights of Technical University of Munich

  • In 2019, TUM is ranked 80th globally by the U.S. & World News Report, and 61st by The QS World Rankings.
  • There are 16 Nobel Prize winners who have attended, taught, and then researched at this university.
  • As of 2018, the number of students in undergraduate and postgraduate programs sums up to 41,375.
  • There are 10,105 staff members working at this university.
  • In 2018 Employability Rankings, the Times Higher Education placed TUM on 6th position globally.
  • Being a research-based university, TUM offers a variety of scholarships to its students.
  • Famous Alumni
    Ernst Otto Fischer

    German Nobel Prize Winner

    Rudolf Ludwig Mössbauer

    German Physicist

    Rudolf Christian Karl Diesel

    German Inventor

    Wolfgang Ketterle

    Professor of Physics

    R. Martin Roscheisen

    Technology Entrepreneur

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