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The Technical University of Munich

Technische Universität München (TUM) was founded in 1868 and is ranked as Germany's #1 University. Known as one of Europe’s leading technical universities, TUM has produced 13 Nobel Laureates and has strived to create sustainable solutions for society through excellence in education and research. Through TUM’s unwavering commitment to the betterment of society, TUM Asia was set up in 2002 as the first academic branch campus of any German university. TUM Asia offers Bachelor and Master degrees by TUM, in partnership with universities in Singapore.


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At TUM Asia, we aim to provide the best cross-cultural classroom experience possible, plus preparing world-changers to make an impact in the workplace. How will having a joint German-Singapore degree benefit you? Here are five reasons why students choose our degree programmes at TUM Asia.
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Would anyone consider a Masters immediately after graduating from a Bachelor degree? Chen Yu Lin did. From completing his two & a half year programme in Chemical Engineering with TUM Asia, to enrolling for his Masters, we ask Yu Lin to reflect on his academic journey so far.
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How can Singapore improve on sustainability in our housing projects? What else is there to do to decrease our carbon footprint and build more sustainable homes so that the next generation has an Earth that they can call home? We speak with Professor Werner Lang from the Technical University of Munich about these questions.
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Currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering & Information Technology, we speak with first year student, Leroy Tang on transitioning to a German-based education. Find out more about the difference in teaching styles and what motivates Leroy to do his best during his university days.
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DAAD-TUM Asia Speaker Series: Sustainable Transportation For Urban Cities

A green transportation network requires green energy. Unfortunately, green energy is rare, often expensive and sometimes not available at all. Improving energy efficiency is therefore an important necessity. Based on results of international studies the upcoming Speaker Series will address the challenges and possibilities of green transportation.
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