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TUM offers at least one consecutive master's program for each bachelor's program.
In some cases, the programs may be attended while holding gainful employment. Here you will find further information on double degree programs.
Example: TUM graduates with a Bachelor's in mechanical engineering can pursue a Master's in industrial design, aerospace engineering, mechanical engineering, robotics, cognition, intelligence or management, to name a few.
As a rule, continuing education master’s programs require candidates to have at least one year of work experience. Example: Students with a Bachelor's or undergraduate degree in electrical engineering and information technology have the option of pursuing continuing education master's programs such as Clima Design, Intellectual Property and Competition Law, or an Executive MBA. Double degree programs give you the opportunity to receive a degree from both TUM and one of its partner universities. Double degree programs give you the opportunity to receive a degree from both TUM and one of its partner universities.
View Master's Degree Programs at TUMConsecutive master’s programs are often structured on a bachelor's program of the same name.
They are designed to deepen and expand the knowledge acquired during the undergraduate program.