TUM Heilbronn campus is on the way

  Reinhold R. Geilsdörfer, Managing Director of the Dieter Schwarz Stiftung (lef

Reinhold R. Geilsdörfer, Managing Director of the Dieter Schwarz Stiftung (left), and TUM-president Wolfgang A. Herrmann have signed a key issues paper. (image: U. Benz / TUM)

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The Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the Dieter Schwarz Stiftung have signed a key issues paper ("Eckpunktepapier"). This brings the TUM Heilbronn campus one step closer to becoming a reality.


The Dieter Schwarz Stiftung has been in contractual negotiations with the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and its School of Management since this summer, when it decided on TUM as its collaboration partner in establishing a university site in Heilbronn. Today’s signature of a Key Issues Paper by both parties marked the most important milestone on the way to making the TUM Heilbronn campus a reality. The extensive contractual document is currently in the final approval phase.
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