We invite you to attend the Technical University of Munich (TUM) Asia Executive Education Information Session on 31 January 2020, 4:30pm - 6pm to learn more from our staff and faculty about the industry-relevant executive education offerings, partnerships with the industry and funding support.Read more ➤
Join TUM Asia and Festo Didactic for a 3-day WSG supported workshop, with multiple sessions in 2020. This workshop gives an overview of the CP-System integrated with Industry 4.0 features, i.e. decentralised intelligence, high connectivity, flexibility and modularity.Read more ➤
Join Technical University of Munich Asia (TUM Asia) from 29 October - 8 November 2019 for an Innovation and Technology Management Masterclass. Split across three different tracks, the masterclass will explore material and anonymised examples from live company situations, combined with discussions of practical experiences through global industry speakers, and include an industry site visit in Singapore.Read more ➤
Introducing TUM Asia Webinars, a free-of-charge method to talk to our staff members about admissions or to find out more about TUM Asia. We welcome everyone who is interested in our Master programmes to come talk to us live via the TUM Asia Webinar!Read more ➤
TUM Asia, together with the support of the Employment and Employability institute (e2i), organized the “Impact of Industry 4.0 on the Trade & Connectivity Sector” Dinner Talk to raise awareness on opportunities for companies beyond just the Manufacturing sector but also in the Trade and Connectivity sector.
What is Industry 4.0? How does an Industry 4.0 Model Factory look like? This ProPak Asia 2019 training seminar will address the developments of the four technological revolution and help participants understand key enablers of an Industry 4.0 model.
Together with the support of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Bangkok, Thailand – the “Industry 4.0: Impact on Technology and Workforce” Dinner Talk is an exclusive initiative started by TUM Asia and FESTO whose objective is to raise awareness and cultivate interaction within the industry, academic and political landscape to exchange expertise and knowledge.
Not only do they challenge the stereotype of being a female engineer; they make immense contributions in other areas for a good cause. Come and hear from TUM Alumni and members from the industry and be encouraged by their stories.
Experience an unforgettable time in Singapore during your school break this Summer! TUM Asia invites all undergraduate students from various universities to participate in the “Industrie 4.0″ Summer School 2019. Meet many other participants from all over the world in a German-based classroom curriculum, while getting the best that Singapore has to offer as a city!