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About Us

The TUM Business Review arose from the desire of two students enrolled at Technical University Munich to engage in the debate about business, economics and international relations. Even though being one of the fastest-growing business school in Europe and issuing some of the most renowned journals on science and technology, the above-mentioned subjects are not covered by any publications yet. Having the impression, that our desire for such a medium is shared by many fellow students at our university we decided to start this project. It is meant to serve as a platform for committed students to share their thoughts on contemporary economic and political issues.

Having said this, we like to emphasize that we always try to be as objective as the circumstances allow us to be. Besides publishing pieces about Germany and Europe, we especially try – in accordance with our university’s global outlook – to cover ongoing topics from all over the five continents. In order to offer our readers a broad spectrum of articles, we continually try to extend our partnerships with other student business magazines. Our actual network of student driven magazines can be seen below.

For those who are interested in joining us, we are happy to receive your personal information and an essay on a relevant topic via this link.

 

Partnerships
To live up to our claim of international focus we teamed up with other organizations dedicated to topics of our interests.

LAPO – Latin American Policy Organization
The Latin America Policy Organization is a student-run organization at the George Washington University focused on serving as a discussion platform for Latin American current affairs and promoting academic and professional development.


McGill Students Business Review
The McGill Students Business Review was founded is the first periodical at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. The MSBR, an online and print journal, serves as an outlet for students to express their varied views and opinions on a range of business topics, including: economics, entrepreneurship, finance, investing, innovation and government policy.