Employability Ranking: TUM ranked in the Top 10 worldwide
TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF MUNICH
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TUM ranked in the Top 10 worldwide
New "Global University Employability Ranking"
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) has once again improved, now reaching number 6 in the new worldwide "Global University Employability Ranking". This places TUM at the top of the list of German universities in terms of quality of education.
The new Top 10 in the "Global University Employability Ranking" published by Times Higher Education is as follows:
- Harvard University - California Institute of Technology - Massachusetts Institute of Technology - University of Cambridge - Stanford University - TUM - Princeton University - Yale University - University of Tokyo - National University of Singapore
The closest German universities are LMU Munich (26th place) and Heidelberg University (38th place). The Technical Universities in Berlin, Karlsruhe and Aachen follow in the ranking at 79th, 85th and 100th place respectively.
The ranking is based on a survey of approximately 7,000 managers at companies in 22 countries. Respondents were asked to name the universities with the best graduates, with universities in the respondent's own country excluded.
In last year's ranking TUM took 8th place. "Once again we see that the TUM level of research excellence, as documented for example by the 'Shanghai Ranking', is aligned with its excellence in education," says TUM President Prof. Wolfgang A. Herrmann, adding "We are once again in first place in the 'German Startup Monitor 2018', which further documents our claim as an entrepreneurial university."
- Global University Employability Ranking: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/ student/best-universities/best-universities-graduate-jobs-globa... - TUM in rankings: https://www.tum.de/en/about-tum/our-university/rankings/
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is one of Europe's leading research universities, with around 550 professors, 42,000 students, and 10,000 academic and non-academic staff. Its focus areas are the engineering sciences, natural sciences, life sciences and medicine, combined with economic and social sciences. TUM acts as an entrepreneurial university that promotes talents and creates value for society. In that it profits from having strong partners in science and industry. It is represented worldwide with the TUM Asia campus in Singapore as well as offices in Beijing, Brussels, Cairo, Mumbai, San Francisco, and São Paulo. Nobel Prize winners and inventors such as Rudolf Diesel, Carl von Linde, and Rudolf Mößbauer have done research at TUM. In 2006 and 2012 it won recognition as a German "Excellence University." In international rankings, TUM regularly places among the best universities in Germany.