TUM Asia Moves to New Campus Location

02 March 2015

TUM Asia has achieved great things during its 14 years in Singapore. As TUM Asia said goodbye to its Pixel campus, it also celebrated the move into a new building belonging to one of its university partners, Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT). In March 2015, TUM Asia relocated to its new building, with students, staff and professors present as the students started their first day of classes in SIT@SP.

The new SIT@SP campus consists of six levels, with numerous classrooms, lecture theatres and student lounge facilities. This facility is home to three of SIT’s overseas university partners, including TUM Asia. The SIT@SP campus is also the largest campus among its five distributed campuses scattered around the various Polytechnic premises in Singapore.

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Technische Universität München (TUM) has long established itself as a premier institute of higher learning in Germany and ranked as Germany’s #1 University in the 2011, 2012 & 2013 Shanghai Rankings (ARWU). TUM has earned itself the reputation of being an institute that produces world-changing technologies – with a total of 13 Nobel Prize Laureates to date. TUM Asia was set up in 2002 to bring German academic excellence to Asia.

Currently, TUM Asia offers industry relevant engineering Bachelor and Master Degrees, both standalone and together with its partner universities. TUM Asia is also increasing the number of Master degrees it is offering, introducing a new degree in Power Systems and Energy Management, as well as revising one of its degrees which is now known as Green Electronics. Moving forward, TUM Asia strives to provide quality higher education to prepare students for the growing challenges our world will face.

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