The Technical University of Munich (TUM)
Combines top-class facilities for cutting-edge research with unique learning opportunities for students. It is committed to finding solutions to the major challenges facing society as we move forward:
- Health & Nutrition
- Energy & Natural Resources
- Environment & Climate
- Information & Communications
- Mobility & Infrastructure.
The university thinks and acts with an entrepreneurial spirit. Its aim: to create lasting value for society. All this combines to make it one of Europe’s leading universities.
Our scientists are committed to cutting-edge interdisciplinary research in the fields of science that address the biggest questions of our time.
It is diversity among its scholars and scientists, students and employees that makes TUM an innovative and dynamic university. Each member of the TUM university is able to develop and maximize their talents.
TUM is attracting scientists and students from every corner of the globe, it is active in international cooperation projects.
At the Technical University of Munich (TUM), we have created a working environment dedicated to helping our people make the most of their potential. The success of our university in research and teaching is built on our most valuable asset: our staff.
Working at TUM
The university's modern faculty recruitment and career system gives outstanding early-career researchers the chance of promotion from Assistant Professor via Associate to Full Professor. The Technical University of Munich (TUM), moreover, seeks top academics with international experience for professorships.
TUM Equal Opportunity
When it comes to arguments for enforcing policies on equality, the following are important in the higher education sector:
- Academic arguments: promotion of scientific quality through equal participation; efficient talent management
- Legal arguments: legal standardization in laws and equality plans
- Political arguments: equal participation is political and moral standard; science-political objective
- Economic arguments: optimal extraction, promotion and development of all human resource potentials; criterion for obtaining funding
(Source: „Genderkompetenz für Hochschulräte“)
But we are particularly driven by the ethical dimension of the topic equal opportunity that is based on human dignity and mutual respect. Only by this dimension we are called upon to take responsibility, to embrace change and by that contribute to an open culture.
At the Technical University of Munich (TUM) this topic is seen as a cross-sectional task. The Gender & Diversity Strategy at TUM is strongly supported by the four divisions of TUM Equal Opportunity: TUM Family, Equal Opportunity, the Gender Equality Office and the Ombud Office.