Master in Management (MiM)


The Master in Management (MiM) is a master’s program offered by the TUM School of Management. It has been specifically designed for students with a background in engineering or natural sciences with little or no previous knowledge of management. Participation in the program enables the student to learn essential concepts of business and management. On completion of the program, the student is equipped with a unique skill set which allows them to utilize the knowledge from their  technical background in combination with the recently acquired concepts of management, thereby making them highly attractive to employers.

Program Structure

The duration of the program is two years (4 semesters) commencing  in the winter semester, and requires a full-time study commitment (30 ECTS credits per semester). The program is held entirely in English,  and a few elective German modules are also available. In the first and second semester, the basic mandatory modules in management, law and economics are offered. In the third semester , students have the opportunity to participate in project studies or an exchange program at a foreign university. Elective modules are also offered and the student has the option to specialize in a specific field. The fourth semester consists of the master thesis.

Optional fields for specialization:

Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Marketing, Strategy & Leadership
Operations & Supply Chain Management
Finance & Accounting
Economics & Policy


To qualify for the Master in Management, applicants must hold a Bachelor’s degree – requiring at least 6 semesters of study of at least 180 ECTS – in Engineering or Natural Science.